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It is good to see that they have decided to do a remake/sequel, (yes that is what it was categorised as), of the first Incredible Hulk film. The entire cast and writing team was remade so that it could be classed as a sequel but also be “different enough to be classed as a reboot”. And to be fair, with Edward Norton as the Hulk, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt also appearing in the film, I think we can see a big change from the first. Also it appears as though Edward Norton wrote the script, so I can’t wait to see how it turned out. Read moreNo comments
Having been a big fan of Speed and the Mach 5 as a child, I for one cannot wait for the film to come out. The Wachowski brothers of Matrix fame, have put this one together. It obviously can go one way or the other, as this is one of those high risk catagories as turning a 1960′s cartoon into a film is obviously going to be hard work. I do like the cast though, John Goodman is pops, Emile Hirsch as Speed, Christina Ricci as Trixie could all work, and they also have Matthew Fox, Susan Sarandon and a few other actors I’m sure you’ve all seen before. Read more5 comments
Another movie I have been pumped waiting for it’s release is Alien Vs. Predator: Requiem, and I am very glad to see it coming out on 26th December 2007. I am pumped for this one, it has one of the most full-on trailers I have ever seen, and highly recommend watching the trailer. Read more2 comments
It has been ruled by a British judge that the Al Gore film, An Inconvenient Truth, has factual errors and that any students that watch it have to be warned of it’s factual errors. Now this brings up an interesting point, here Mr. Al Gore is receiving a Nobel Prize and yet is filling our children’s minds with lies. Very good.
Now anyone who’s seen the film knows there is substantial amount of pro-Gore information in there, telling of his struggle and rise against all odds, and yadda yadda yadda… So anyways I’m just going to list below the information which was found to be not true: Read moreNo comments
For those who are familiar with the coolest guy in gaming, Agent 47, the release dates for his movie Hitman, are out. I personally am a big fan of the game series, and cannot wait, and some of the scenes shown in the trailer (viewable on the official site, a second trailer is posted below), seem to be straight out of the game, so I’m counting down the days.
North America: 21 November 2007
Australia: 6 December 2007
The full list of worlwide release dates can be viewed here.