Tag Archives: Sci Fi
Here’s the first trailer for the long-delayed (long-awaited?) third entry in the “Men in Black” franchise, which returns Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith to their roles as the guys in sunglasses. I didn’t think much of the second movie, but I’ve got a soft spot for the original, and the promise of a few twists makes this one look potentially entertaining…
Here’s the trailer for “John Carter,” Disney’s big sci-fi epic opening next spring. It’s based, of course, on the “John Carter of Mars” books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, and it’s directed by Andrew Stanton, best known as the director of “Finding Nemo” and “Wall-E.”
With Stanton helming this and Brad Bird directing “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol,” it seems like the time for Pixar guys to make the move to live action.
“John Carter” opens March 9, 2012.
Because that’s the day the 3-D version of the 1999 movie returns to theaters. Here’s the poster…
The footage is in the can, but apparently the director is no longer wanted on the big-budget science fiction movie “Judge Dredd,” which is tentatively due to hit theaters next September.
Although he completed shooting the picture earlier this year, (director Pete) Travis has not been involved in the current editing phase of the movie, after creative disagreements with producers and executives in charge of the film reached a boiling point, said three people with knowledge of the production who asked not to be identified because they were not authorized to speak about the
Let’s start the week on a geek note, with this list (with photos, of course) of Total Film’s picks for the 50 Greatest Star Wars Toys. Like all Total Film lists, you have to click through to see ‘em all, but here are a few of my favorites…
The Han Solo blaster: From the days when you could make a kids’ gun that looked like a real gun. Ah, the innocence of the 1970s.
Tauntaun with open belly rescue feature: No comment needed, obviously.