Archive for the ‘Movie News’ Category

Leslie Bibb Talks About Iron Man and Wristcutters

October 31, 2007

Leslie Bibb Talks About Iron Man and Wristcutters - Interview

Last week I had a chance to have a sit down with the ever Popular Leslie Bibb. The interview was fabulous she was in a real talkative mood and who am I not to cater to it. So we talked a lot about Iron Man, what the atmosphere on the set was like, the character she plays, one of my old Favorite TV shows Popular (for some reason I got all giddy when she mentioned that one of her closest friends is fellow Popular co-star Carly Pope, what it’s like to be on the cusp of becoming an “A-List Actress,” her latest film Wristcutters: A Love Story and a whole lot more. It’s a fun informative 15 minute interview click the link below to listen.






October 18, 2007

Second Coming Movie News 

ORLANDO (August 2007) – The indie feature Second Coming directed by Jose Cassella (Delivery) has concluded post-production with a team that included L.A.-based editor Mike Matzdorff whose credits include Fight Club, Analyze This, Meet Joe Black, Code Name: The Cleaner.


“Passchendaele” – the Canadian story of the Third Battle of Ypres

October 10, 2007

Paul Gross (Due South, Slings and Arrows) is nothing if not totally passionate about his current project, the epic movie Passchendaele, a First World War romance inspired by stories his maternal grandfather, Private Mike Dunne, told him when he was a boy. Those stories – harrowing tales of life in the trenches, of comradeship and loss – remained with him, becoming the basis for this ambitious project. (more…)

Into the Wild, Music Video

October 9, 2007

Here’s a little music to brighten your day, it’s a music video from the recently released Into the Wild, which
has been getting some amazing notices. This is from Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder’s “Hard Sun.”

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Into The Wild Music Video from Eddie Vedder

Beowulf Film Gets The Graphic Novel treatment this month. Check out the amazing cover!

October 7, 2007

I recently saw some footage of the upcoming film Beowulf at Comic-Con a few months ago and while I was initially skeptical, the footage is stunning, with it’s all star cast that includes Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich, Robin Wright Penn, Brendan Gleeson, Crispin Glover, Alison Lohman and Angelina Jolie this epic fantasy film looks like it could save this crummy year for films. Now comes word that there will be a weekly comic book released throughout the month of October. Check out the amazing cover!   (more…)

John August and Melissa McCarthy Sitdown With Michelle Alexandria to talk about The Nines, Shazam, and more!!

September 4, 2007

Director/Writer John August has woven one of the year’s most intriguing films, The Nines. This 90 minute film is broken into three parts, with all the small cast playing different roles in each story. On the service it seems like each story is its own separate thing but they merge in a different way at the end. It’s an intriguing concept that will most likely polarize audiences, either you’ll love it or you’ll hate. I recently caught up John and his co-star Melissa McCarthy. We talked a bit about this film and John’s upcoming Shazam movie and the Will Smith hero flick Hancock. (more…)

A Dog’s Breakfast Gets Digital Download

July 3, 2007

Stargate Atlantis Star David Hewlett’s Feature Film Directorial Debut Available for Download Beginning Today “It’s exciting to be premiering A Dog’s Breakfast digitally on iTunes and Amazon Unbox. David Hewlett’s film has generated a tremendous amount of interest amongst the Stargate fan online community and we are thrilled to give them what they want with this initiative.”

That’s MGM Senior Executive Vice President Charles Cohen speaking about A Dog’s Breakfast, a dark comedy written and directed by Stargate: Atlantis star David Hewlett and features many of the cast and crew of the MGM’s two hit Stargate television series. A Dog’s Breakfast,which has developed a cult following online, will be making its digital debut today on the iTunes® Store ( and Amazon Unbox™ (

We’ve got such a huge loyal and tech-savvy fan base for this film. What better way to premiere it than on their home turf, with an online iTunes and Amazon release!" David Hewlett says of the fan and viewership base that has made A Dog’s Breakfast a huge success.

With over 250,000 YouTube views for the trailer and nominations for four Bloggers Choice Awards including “Best Celebrity Blogger,” “Best Blog of All Time,” “Best Entertainment Blog” and “Best Geek Blog” has created wildly popular internet buzz for the film and is a treat for Stargate fans and dog lovers alike.


A Dog’s Breakfast tells the story of Patrick (David Hewlett) and Marilyn (Kate Hewlett) who are siblings that have always driven each other a little crazy. When Marilyn brings home her new TV-star fiancé, Ryan (Paul McGillion), it seems to send Patrick over the edge. First he tries to drive a wedge between the happy couple, and then he reaches for sharper instruments. Every family has a few skeletons in the closet: A Dog’s Breakfast is the hell-of-a-mess Patrick makes when he tries to add another to his.

The film also stars Christopher Judge (Stargate SG-1), Rachel Luttrell (Stargate Atlantis), Amanda Byram (Swan), Mars the Dog, with writing by Hewlett and is produced by Jane Loughman, and John G. Lenic. MGM Home Entertainment will release A Dog’s Breakfast on DVD September 18, 2007. For more information on the film, please visit



Post Mortem Comes to Lifetime

April 13, 2007

 Beverly Mitchell (7th Heaven) and Geraint Wyn Davies (Forever Night) are set to star in Insight

Disturbia Star Lands Indy 4!

April 13, 2007

Shia LaBeoufIt's official! Shia LaBeouf, one of the fastest-rising stars in the world of film, has now been set for the new Indiana Jones movie. Steven Spielberg and George Lucas have announced the signing of Disturbia and Transformers star, Shia LaBeouf, for Indian Jones 4.

LaBeouf, who is best known for his role in the Disney Channel series Even Stevens, and the lead in the critically acclaimed movie, Holes, stars in the teen/alt-rock take on Rear Window, Disturbia, which opened today. In Indian Jones 4, LaBeouf will play the sidekick to Harrison Ford's archaeological adventurer. There is some speculation that the character will be Indy's son, but that has not been confirmed.

Production on the fourth Indiana Jones adventure is scheduled to begin this June in Los Angeles and will also film at undisclosed distant locations. The film continues LaBeouf's rise to potential blockbuster stardom – and is the third film in which LaBeouf enjoys a Spielberg connection, the other two being Disturbia and Transformers, which opens, worldwide, on June 14.

"We are excited about bringing Shia into our Indy family," said Spielberg. "His talent has impressed not only his audiences throughout his young career but the directors, producers and fellow actors who have worked with him in his television career and now his film career."

"I was hoping the rumors were true, so I couldn't be more thrilled," said Shia. "To be cast in an Indiana Jones film is like grabbing the brass ring and holding on for the ride. I'll do my best to meet the high standards that Steven, George, and Harrison have set and I can't wait to take that giant step in front of the Indy cameras."

LaBeouf's other film credits include Bobby, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Constantine, I, Robot, HBO's Project Greenlight production The Battle of Shaker Heights, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and Holes.

On television, LaBeouf garnered much praise from critics everywhere for his portrayal of Louis Stevens on the Disney Channel's original series "Even Stevens." In 2003, he earned a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series for his work on the highly-rated family show.

And this Saturday night he's live from New York hosting NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

Richard Dean Anderson On Board for Stargate: Continuum

March 20, 2007

 Former Stargate SG-1 Actor and Executive Producer Travels to North Pole Location to Reprise His Role as General Jack O'Neill
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM) today announced that Richard Dean Anderson will be reprising his role as General Jack O'Neill for the Studio's upcoming Stargate: Continuum.

In January of this year, MGM made a commitment to continuing the Stargate franchise by giving the green light to Stargate: The Arc of Truth, which begins production on April 15 and Stargate: Continuum which will feature the epic ice camp scenes, and resumes filming on May 22. Written and produced by Brad Wright and Robert Cooper, Stargate: The Arc of Truth and Stargate: Continuum will include the following Stargate SG-1 cast members: Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Chris Judge, Claudia Black, with Beau Bridges and Michael Shanks.

For his first stint back as General Jack O