This week we will continue on our series to talk about our favorite movie makers , this time out we talk about the works of James Cameron, from Terminator to Avatar and everything in between. Also while we are at it we will be talking about the news from DC Comics about the Watchmen Prequels that were announced this past week.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: The World of James Cameron Continue reading
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By Simon Reynolds, Source: Digital Spy UK
Hammer Films CEO Simon Oakes has revealed that the production company is working on a new Dracula movie.
The firm produced nine Dracula features between 1958 and 1974, with Christopher Lee taking on the role of Bram Stoker’s count in seven of the productions.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Oakes revealed that the resurrected Hammer is “looking at the possibility of a contemporary Dracula” as well as a potential Frankenstein movie. Continue reading
By Trent Moore, Source: Blastr.com
Though Anne Rice’s acclaimed Vampire Chronicles series may be a bestseller at the bookstore, the series hasn’t been a hit on the big screen in nearly 20 years – but all that could change soon thanks to a couple of TV veterans.
The Hollywood Reporter reports frequent J.J. Abrams collaborators and current Fringe producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci have signed on with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment to help bring the vampire Lestat back to the big screen courtesy of Rice’s 1993 novel, The Tale of the Body Thief. Continue reading
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By Lucas Siegel, Source: Newsarama
EA Games descended on New York City Tuesday Feb 7, 2012 for a spotlight event, showing press their spring line-up. While Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, released the same day, was on hand, the rest of the lineup looked to the near future, with Mass Effect 3, Syndicate, and SSX on display alongside a bevy of mobile games.
But before the gaming press got their hands on the featured games, EA COO Peter Moore took the stage for a presentation, and he brought a couple of announcements, including Mass Effect: Infiltrator a new mobile game that interacts with ME3. Continue reading