Comic book author, Mark Millar, fresh from the success of "Wanted," has a new vision to reboot "Superman." He said:
"I've had this plan for like 10 years for a big three-picture Superman thing, like a Lord of the Rings epic, starting over from scratch again with a seven-hour Superman story. One to be released each year."
Check the complete interview here.
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As we reported last week, Voltron is moving forward!
Now, our friend El Mayimbe from LatinoReview has an exclusive story about the planned director of the movie!
Ladies and gentlemen, we now present to you MAX MAKOWSKI!
His involvement is kinda of curious though. Sure, the guy made a splash at 2005 Sundance with a film called "One Last Dance." And he's supposed to be a great visionary director ala Zach Synder from "300."
BUT, he also directed the super-influential reality hit, QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY!
Look, I'm not discounting Makowski's credentials! He may be a truly great visionary director. But he better do a great job adapting "Voltron" for the big screen, because handling 5 loveable queer folks is completely diffeent from helming a big-screen "Voltron" battle!
I'm starting my litany of prayers right now
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The writers of the upcoming "Star Trek" reboot, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman ("Transformers"), have been talking about the film's plot!
The duo was spotted talking it up in the Fox Movie Channel show, Life After Film School.
According to our friends at Chud, who saw the pair's appearance:
The movie begins in the Star Trek present - some time in the The Next Generation timeline. Romulans head back in time, either to kill Kirk or his father (or both, just to be safe. This is known as "The Terminator Gambit") and Spock follows them into the past, back when the Enterprise crew were young. These events change the history of the Trek universe, either creating a parallel timeline that the films will now follow or simply overwriting everything else that we know as Trek history.
Wow, it's very "Terminator-ish," but it's a bit clever. Director J.J. Abrams will have a fun time connecting the past with the present and onward to the future. Exciting!
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