A "TITANIC" STAR FOR "CAPTAIN AMERICA?" 


I know, it's too hard to believe, but according to LatinoReview, Marvel wants Leonardo DiCaprio for "Captain America."

Wow! But Leo is a good actor, and what I noticed is that a comic book film adaptation always works with a great thespian behind the mask!

We'll see if this rumor is true!


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NO "HOBBIT" FOR JAMES MCAVOY? 


According to Collider, James McAvoy confirmed that he's not going to be in the film verson of "The Hobbit."

But I still want to hear it from him, so I'll ask him when I interview him for "Wanted."

Stay tuned...


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HULK SMASH!!! WATCH MY MOVIE REVIEW OF "THE INCREDIBLE HULK"!!! 
And see me turn GREEN :happy






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I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE "WANTED" STARRING ANGELINA JOLIE AND JAMES MCAVOY!!! 
I'm set to watch this film this weekend, and interview the cast, and I can't wait!

The trailer looks good, and James McAvoy has always been a very intriguing actor. I sat down with him for "Atonement," and I'm looking forward to interviewing him again.

I am working with www.jamesmcavoy.com in fielding some questions for James. Visit the site for more info, and the site owner is FANTASTIC!!!

I, of course, will post the rest of my interviews right here.



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"THE INCREDIBLE HULK" MOVIE REVIEW!!! 


In “The Incredible Hulk” TV series, Bruce Banner (the memorable Bill Bixby) is always on the move. He’s intent on finding a cure before his alter-ego, the Hulk (Lou Ferrigno), gets unleashed by his anger.

The new film version starring Edward Norton captures the mood and the plotline of the original TV show. Because of its narrative simplicity, “The Incredible Hulk” is ultimately better than the 2003 Ang Lee-directed film starring Eric Bana.

While the first film version was necessary to help re-introduce The Hulk, the plot and the action sequences were bogged down by psychological mumbo-jumbo. In the new adaptation, the filmmakers said goodbye to Sigmund Freud and embraced their inner comic book geek. The result is truly incredible! Read More...

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