Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Routh’

Poster Peek: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’

— by H.G. WATSON — If the teaser poster for Edgar Wright’s “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” is any indication, Scott Pilgrim may be the most comic book accurate film to-date. The poster, which features lead Michael Cera rocking out on a guitar, is directly from the pages of th[...]

Trying to Keep Up with Superman …

— by CAM SMITH — A while back, one of our distinguished readers asked if I would consider writing an “About That” feature on the next “Superman” movie — a request I politely shot down, citing the property’s extensive legal troubles as reason enough to spare myself the[...]

Superman 3.0 — Is Chris Nolan Taking Over?

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — A lot of people seem surprised that Warner Bros. is apparently turning to Christopher Nolan to “godfather” the “Superman” series (as reported in this Deadline Hollywood story). However, it really shouldn’t come as too much of a shock.[...]

Brandon Routh: A Superman For All Seasons?

— by BEN FOWLER — I would love to be writing an article right now, straight off the success of the “Superman Returns “sequel “Man Of Steel,” on where the third installment of the Superman franchise could go next. I would love to. Sadly, I will never[...]

About That George Lucas Fairies Project …

— by CAM SMITH — George Lucas has been a man about town these last few weeks. Hyping his hefty — and apparently excellent — new tome “George Lucas’s Blockbusting” (which was written by author/journalist Alex Ben Block, but features truck-loads of fascinating insight[...]

‘Green Lantern’: Superman Cameo is Out, Villains Cast?

— by SEAN GERSKI — For too long, we heard way too little about the upcoming “Green Lantern” movie. There was a script and a director (Martin Campell, of “Casino Royale” and more) … then nothing. After a while, there were a flurry of options thrown at the[...]

Toronto Takes on Two Superhero Movies

— by H.G. WATSON — Toronto is Canada’s largest city, and the fifth-biggest city in North America. It has three major sports franchises, a famous international film festival, and enough condo towers to rival Miami. But Toronto’s other claim to fame is playing the part of large[...]

‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’: The Year in Pictures

— by SEAN GERSKI — It isn’t easy to market a movie in a way that makes you stand out these days. However, Edgar Wright, the director of “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” — spent 2009 updating his fans (and fans of the comic book on which the movie is based) on the[...]

Brandon Routh in ‘The Twilight Cycles’

Brandon Routh is part of a parody of “Twilight” for Funny or Die in this clip called “The Twilight Cycles” (the name will make sense when you watch it). This clip is possibly not safe for work, so you may want to wait to watch it if you are on your work computer[...]

An Exclusive Interview with Mike Samonek

— by SEAN GERSKI — Writer-director Mike Samonek didn’t exactly take the straightest route to Hollywood. “I grew up in Michigan and Texas and went to UT Austin,” he said. “I worked as an advertising copywriter in New York for most of the ’90s, before taking[...]

‘Kambakkth Ishq’ Has World-wide Release Date

— by VANNA LAND — News that the Bollywood romantic comedy “Kambakkth Ishq” has been given a world-wide release date of May 29 has just been reported by Breaking News 24/7. The movie stars Bollywood favorite Akshay Kumar playing an Indian stuntman working in Hollywood. Other Indian ac[...]

Welcome to the Superman Shell Game

— by SEAN GERSKI — You know those shell games con men play? Three cups, one ball. Everything moves around very quickly and you can’t trust your eyes. Every time you think you have the cup with the ball in it locked down, you find out you are wrong. And, sometimes, there isn’t[...]

Exclusive Test Screening Review of ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’

— by VANNA LAND — Last night, I was able to attend the very first test screening of “Dead of Night,” starring Brandon Routh (of “Superman Returns”) as Dylan Dog and directed by Kevin Munroe (of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). The screening was “invite only” and[...]

So Long, Superman …

— by NOAH VOGT — Boy, Superman film news is like one big rollercoaster ride at Six Flags, filled with ups and downs, twists and turns, only it’s not quite as fun a ride and it leaves you feeling just as sick. After months of speculation from the fans about when Warner Bros. was going[...]