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As we’ve known for a good while,the title role in Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie has gone to Sharlto Copley. He’ll be playing the role of a law enforcement robot through performance capture.
There’s one shot of Kruger in particular that leapt out at me when I first saw the film, so when I sat down with Copley for a chat, I asked him about it.
I get the feeling that this is going to be something almost totally different from Blomkamp’s previous films.
Neill Blomkamp’s sophomore effort should be one of the highlights in my movie going summer, and as of today, it looks like I have another, rather large viewing option.
Here’s a trailer for Elysium that shows how the film is being sold in Japan. It’s not quite the same approach is in the West.
This trailer seems more District 9-y then the earlier trailers.
Plus a new poster for the film to promote its IMAX release.
I think a lot of people would like to see District 9′s Neill Blomkamp direct a Star Wars movie, and that number will likely bloom after his second feature, Elysium, is released in August.
Neill Blomkamp promises that Chappie will take place in an “unusual setting.”
Neill Blomkamp is going to do what David Fincher ultimately didn’t and put Yolandi Visser in a movie
I’ve seen eight or so minutes worth of scenes from the film and they were very promising indeed. This amazing trailer just throws fuel onto that fire.
Meet Spider and Frey, and get a hint of how Max is going to reach Elysium.
I’ve got a very good feeling about this.
It’s better than nothing but wouldn’t you like a trailer of some kind?
At the heart of Neill Blomkamp‘s second feature film, Elysium, is a bold, political diagram. The film’s conceit is that Earth has become greatly polluted and impoverished and the richest few have moved off world to Elysium where they live …
The wraps have come off. Last night, we were the first to point out the Bugatti spaceship from Elysium. Today, we’ve got your first look at the creepy looking border agent from the film’s Comic-Con booth. He’s part Johnny Cab, …