Shaun of the Dead is ace. I was just just browsing imgur and thought I would share this. It’s the actual photo from the camera used whilst filming this scene from the movie.
Click the read more for the scene if you need a refresher.
If writer, producer and director Sam Raimi’s future schedule seems to be looking a big sparse at the moment, it might have something to do with the fact that he’s currently working to fulfil the dreams of horror fans by working on the script for a sequel to his 1992 comedic fantasy-horror Army of Darkness, which could well be his next directing project.
Featuring a great blend of slapstick comedy, an army of deadites and some endlessly quotable one-liners, Army of Darkness was the third film starring Bruce Campbell as Ashley “Ash” J. Williams, and was also the last in the Evil Dead franchise up until this year, when Raimi produced a remake of the original movie in the series, The Evil Dead, which was directed by Fede Alvarez.
Speaking at Wondercon earlier this year, Alvarez confirmed that Raimi is working on Army of Darkness 2, and also revealed that current plans include a seventh film that will take place after Army of Darkness 2 and the rebooted Evil Dead 2, reuniting both the original series and the reboot in a crossover. Obviously, all that will be quite a long way down the line, but ComicBook.com now reports that Campbell has confirmed his decision to return as Ash in Army of Darkness 2.
A computer hacker’s goal to discover the reason for human existence continually finds his work interrupted thanks to the Management; this time, they send a teenager and lusty love interest to distract him.
Brazil, 12 Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Time Bandits, Monty Python and more. The dude knows how to tell a story and I’m excited!
Carrie Fisher has confirmed she will appear in Star Wars: Episode VII, along with Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill.
The three actors had all been tipped to reprise their roles in JJ Abrams new instalment of George Lucas’ sci-fi series.
I pee’d a little. But. Mark Hamill did an AMA on Reddit today and denied it.
According to wiki and the internet.
Warcraft is an upcoming film based on the Warcraft series and set on the world of Azeroth. The fantasy epic film was first announced in 2006 as a project partnership with Legendary Pictures. Filming began on January 13, 2014, and the film is to be released by Universal Pictures on March 11, 2016.
Duncan Jones is set to direct the film based on a screenplay by himself and Charles Leavitt. Producers include Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Tessa Ross, Charles Roven, Alex Gartner, Stuart Fenegan and Chris Metzen. The film will star Ben Foster, Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell and Rob Kazinsky.
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I hope this will make your day. Part 2 here.
Please stop. Please. Seriously. If you can’t afford to see this movie, watch this instead. I have heard that both have the same plot.
“A full-scale 1:1 Millennium Falcon has been built as well as the interiors of the ship for filming. The Falcon is done – inside and out. The sets were built off-site, ready to move when Lucasfilm/Bad Robot were ready to move into Pinewood.”
Will Ferrell’s been making headlines in Australia with his periodic, made-for-Australia Anchorman 2 videos, but it looks like his next big project will co-star his Step Brothers/Talladega Nights compadre John C Reilly.
Written by Andrew Mogel and directed by Jarrad Paul of the surprisingly good Jim Carrey vehicle Yes Man, the new film, Devil’s Night, refers to October 30th, the night before Halloween – a night when American kids traditionally engage in harmless neighbourhood vandalism. It dates back to the 1940s, but apparently in the mid-80s it got really real in Detroit and kids started committing mass arson. In 1984, more than 800 fires were set. So, apparently they take their holidays pretty seriously in Detroit.
Over the next decade video game engines will be used in film-making, with the two disciplines combining to eliminate the movie post-production process.
That rather ambitious claim comes from Lucasfilm, the California production company responsible for the Star Wars franchise. Speaking at the Technology Strategy Board event at BAFTA in London this week, the company’s chief technology strategy officer Kim Libreri announced that the developments in computer graphics have meant Lucasfilm has been able to transfer its techniques to film-making, shifting video game assets into movie production.
Real-time motion capture and the graphics of video game engines, Libreri claimed, will increasingly be used in movie creation, allowing post-production effects to be overlayed in real time.