Remember the 1973 flick starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman? If you haven't seen this movie, go watch it, at least for the actors' performances.
This escape story about two criminals on a dreadful prison island was being called "The greatest adventure of escape ever filmed!"
Now, Spanish production company, Atlantia Canarias, is partnering with L.A. producers Branko Lustig Lustig ("Schindler's List," "Gladiator") and John Kelly ("The Black Dahlia") for a remake of "Papillon."
This sounds interesting. No word yet on the director or writer. Stay tuned!
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Alright X-Philes...the time is near! "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" is upon us! Now, FOX wants to celebrate fans with a special FAN CELEBRATION on July 23 at Grauman' Chinese Theatre.
Fans can participate with the premiere festivities, plus chill out with Mulder and Scully
How? Click READ MORE to find out! Read More...
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The dark side of the human spirit is explored in “The Dark Knight,” the sequel from the brilliant mind of director Christopher Nolan. From the Joker’s (Heath Ledger) diabolical master plan to Batman’s (Christian Bale) undying quest to protect Gotham City, the film digs deeper into the twisted psyche of humanity. The end result catapults “The Dark Knight” into an esteemed territory – one of the best films of the year.
This unpredictable sequel succeeds in improving on the original film, “Batman Begins.” Except for Katie Holmes, the original cast is back for this dark morality play. Bale returns as Batman and his alter-ego Bruce Wayne. This time, he finally meets his match – the Joker. Read More...
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Films coming out this weekend solidify my beliefs for the magic of cinema! Two big movies from two different genres are both entertaining and stirring.
"The Dark Knight," a comic book adaptation in nature, is a thought-provoking action adventure, while "Mamma Mia," a musical based on the hit Broadway show, is just pure fun!
Witness Meryl Streep sing her heart out as the mother of Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), a vivacious young woman who's about to get married. Sophie's main dream (as she sings "I Have a Dream" with the moonlit Greek isle as a backdrop) is to know who her real dad is, so she invited all the 3 men in her mom's life -- each a possible father contender. Read More...
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