Archive for November 9th, 2010
Interesting – Roland Emmerich’s latest project, a low budget sci-fi found-footage flick called The Zone, has been shut down, just a week before filming was to begin. And one factor may have been the Weinstein Company’s announcement Sunday of Apollo 18, which was targeted to open just before The Zone, and is based on the same “found footage” concept that has been popular lately.
Haven’t received your Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series discs yet? Well, you don’t have to wait to check out the two “mini-episodes” included – check them out right here!
These minis fill in between two episodes, with the Doctor explaining to Amy about things, and Amy grilling him on his past companions – some brilliant dialog, including why the Doctor likes to have companions…
What happens when the Doctor’s most fearsome enemy meets the world’s most powerful blender? You find out when Tom Dickson of Blendtec’s “Will It Blend?” series meets up with Sebastian J. Brook of Doctor Who Online with his Dalek…
The long-languishing Dune remake that’s been simmering at Paramount for several years may get permanently shelved. Deadline reports the clock is ticking on the rights, with a production start date required to be set by next Spring. And part of the problem is that all the rights holders need to agree on various aspects of the production – like a director. First Peter Berg walked away after heading the initial development to make Battleship instead, and it is possible that Pierre Morel has also stepped down.