Author Archives: Brendon Connelly
I think the show is still limping rather too much. I’m watching it out of some sort of loyalty now. And hope.
I might have wanted a better gift for him, however, than the report that The Karate Kid 2 is a go.
You should sit tight for a big reveal soon, though. Very soon.
Spoilers ahead, I suppose. Minor ones.
It seems that the dream is over.
Not too long ago, some additional shooting took place on Guardians of the Galaxy. Why? A quote from James Gunn was doing the rounds, and let’s assume that it’s accurate. Anything you want you didnt get? Go for it. Something …
And some bonus posters that made me think of Abba.
So there we go. All the mystery will be sucked out of this box before you know it. Within reason, anyway. And that suits me just fine.
Ghostbusters 3 isn’t the only old rehash on deck.
Wow. I like Godzilla more the more of it I see, and the more Bryan Cranston they give us. I’m starting to feel more and more confident that Gareth Edwards have done the near impossible and made a film with …
I dare say some non-Swedes also tested, or at least auditioned, but don’t be surprised to see one of the above take the role.
He’s just a fine, fine actor. It’s also worth noting that he’s incredibly charismatic and would make for a great “charmer villain” type.
In total, the Jurassic World cast is looking pretty grand.
I’m rather amused by Franco being cast as a little prince. And I expect he is too.
David Letterman can tell this story better than me, so I’ll let him do just that.
It’s starting to look like the Platinum Dunes dudes have had a good look at what they had and are, on set and in the recording booth, setting about some fixes.
I hope this goes well, everybody has a ball and the rapturous reception encourages Tarantino to restart the process of getting The Hateful Eight before 70mm cameras and into our eyes.
It’s just a rumour, for now, but it’s an intriguing prospect and the first hint, perhaps, of what themes and ideas Trank and his screenwriters could be playing with.