The most advanced technology at the most exotic location on earth, performing the most dangerous missions, your vroom vroom spies are back! Mater and Lightning McQueen will once again hold hands (or wheels) as the world’s latest secret agent! Damn, I always love Pixar’s creations. But where’s my Incredible 2? Read more…
We’ve seen enough fair shares of 3D movies bombarding our cinemas in recent years, ever since James Cameron does his dirty magic. Most 3D movies were made as 2D movies, and then just have 3D effects added later. Most of them turned out to be rather ‘meh’; with very few that’s amazing (recalls ‘Step Up 3’ and ‘How to train your dragon’). But the upcoming blockbuster Resident Evil: Afterlife is a huge exception. Read more…
Any Tron fans around here? If yes then this is something you might like to watch. Joseph Kosinski has released his child product movie, the Tron: Legacy’s trailer to the wild. This is the complete cinematic trailer before the movie hitting cinemas worldwide on the 17th of December this year in both IMAX 3D and Digital 3D.
I’ve to admit; I didn’t watch New Moon and am not going to watch Eclipse. Why? Well I walk into the cinema sometime in 2008 watching a movie called Twilight, anticipating another “Underworld” style vampire versus werewolf versus hybrid movie, and regretted. I didn’t notice the movie’s poster, and only saw an ‘all-too-common star-war style’ push of a vehicle by the pretty face vampire boy. Obviously I’m not attracted by a vampire-human love story. Oddly I’m actually anticipating ‘Sex in the City 2’.
Anyway, just head over to YouTube by clicking on the video, and play the Pokémon-style 8-bit interactive game.
The Smurfs 3D movie will be released in August next year 2011. They have released a teaser trailer.
“Opening in theaters on August 3, 2011, the Raja Gosnell-directed film also stars Jayma Mays, Sofia Vergara, Hank Azaria, Anton Yelchin, Jonathan Winters, Katy Perry, Alan Cumming, Fred Armisen, George Lopez, Paul Reubens, John Oliver, Kenan Thompson, B.J. Novak, Jeff Foxworthy, Wolfgang Puck, Gary Basaraba and Tim Gunn.
In the 3D adaptation, evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village and they tumble from their magical world into ours — in fact, smack dab in the middle of Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.”
This is the movie I’m waiting for the release, will be shown in cinema in August 13. The movie is directed by Sylvester Stallone. Featuring Sylvester Stallone himself, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Terry Crews, Randy Couture, Dolph Lundgren, Giselle Itie, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Randy Couture, Steve Austin. Yeah all the famous stars. Synopsis and trailer after the break. Read more…
Well, another video game is getting ready to be translated into movie soon. This time, it’s the sci-fi alien series “Mass Effect”. Legendary Pictures has got hold of the rights to the video game, from Electronic Arts – BioWare. Mark Protosevich, the writer of “I Am Legend” and also the upcoming “Thor”, is in talk to write for the movie, which will be produced by Avi and Ari Arad as well as Legendary’s Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni.
Don’t we all go crazy if we were able to buy a mask exactly like Iron Man in the movie, with the glowing lights and computerized HUD in the helmet? When it comes to Iron Man and Iron Man 2, all man, and some women, will turn into kids screaming like babies. There’s a little bit of suit envy in us all. How cool would it be to have one of those suits? Isn’t that dream bizarre?
Well, one nut head Iron Man fan had set up on making his dreams come true. He may not be able to fly or bring about world peace by single-handedly fighting off the bad guys of the world, but he does seemed to be the coolest guy in the block.
Now let’s assume that everyone had watched Iron Man 2. Yeah it’s awesome, but anyway. Ever wondered how those cool gadgets Tony Stark used come by? Fancy idea isn’t it? Something that we can only dream off at present. Check it out after the break. Read more…
So here it is, the Street Fighter: Legacy is a short fan film by Streetlight Films production, co-directed by Joey Ansah and Owen Trevor, produced by Jacqueline Quella and stars Jon Foo as Ryu and Christian Howard as Ken.
‘StreetFighter-Legacy’ a liveaction short film fan project, based on the popular Capcom gaming franchise: Street Fighter. Officially endorsed by Capcom
StreetFighter Legacy has been a labour of love and passion project for its creator, Joey Ansah, who not only conceived and pitched the project, but also co-directed, co-wrote and choreographed it, alongside cameo’ing in the film. Collaborating, creative partner and long time friend Christian Howard was part of the project from day one, co-writing the script and story elements, as well as further down the line, storyboarding the film, being assistant fight choreographer and most importantly playing Ken Masters.
Streetlight repped Australian Director Owen Trevor came onboard to co-direct the film. His experience and style carried forward from shooting on 3 series of the acclaimed ‘Top Gear’ have really been an asset to the project and given it a strong visual flair.