No Two-Parters in Series 7

Steven Moffat says no 2 parters in series 7Source: Doctor Who TV;

More changes are afoot for the next series of Doctor Who. Steven Moffat has said it is unlikely that there will be any two-part stories in Series 7.

”The big thing is, nothing in the next run is starting out as a two-parter,” he confirms in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine. “At this stage, everything is a single episode, and the only reason anything will become a two-parter is if we think it needs to be; not so much that the story is too long for 45 minutes, because nothing is too long for 45 minutes, but if it feels as though there are two distinct stages to the story… Continue reading

Rise of the Planet of the Apes director shares his sequel plans

Are we ready for the sequel??By Matthew Jackson, Source:

Rise of the Planet of the Apes was successful and acclaimed enough to definitely merit a sequel, and director Rupert Wyatt (like us) is excited about where the rejuvenated franchise will go next. In fact, he’s so excited about the future of the apes that he left some clues in Rise’s DVD and Blu-ray commentary track.

Wyatt seems particularly fascinated by how the character of Koba—the scarred ape with a bad attitude played with motion capture by Christopher Gordon—will figure in the future of the newly free apes. Calling Koba the “bad apple,” Wyatt said that the character will likely become the “counterpart” to Caesar, the lead ape played by Andy Serkis that becomes de facto leader of a revolution:

“I’m really excited about what’s to come in terms of the relationship between Koba and Caesar, because they’re two such different individuals and they’re going to perhaps need each other. There’s going to be some sort of uneasy truce in the future that I think is necessary, I guess, for the conflict that is going to come.”

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1st official synopsis for The Hobbit reveals epic plot details

The Hobbit Details Come Free
By Nathalie Caron, source:

We still have a looong year to wait until we can finally go back to Middle-earth again when The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey makes it to theaters. But in the meanwhile, the studio’s just released the first official synopsis for the film.

If the blurb released by the studio exactly a year to the day before the premiere doesn’t raise your anticipation for The Hobbit at least a little, we don’t know what will. Oh yeah, we do. Maybe a boatload of pics would do the trick … but there are none to be found today. (Sorry!) Continue reading