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A famous actor in his own right, Christopher "Kit" Kilkin, brother of Die Hard actor Bonnie Bedelia, is equally notable for siring an entire dynasty of child movie stars. Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin was the most well known, but his six brothers and sisters, Kieran, Rory, Christian, Shane, Quinn and Dakota, all went on to work in the movie industry in some capacity.
Just nine years old when he landed the role of Kevin McCallister in 1990's Home Alone, that comedy's huge success (at the time, it was the highest grossing comedy »
What should the "American Idol" Top 10 sing for the R&B/Soul week? Make your picks here.
Even though Usher kinda spilled the "Idol" mentoring beans over the weekend, it was officially announced during the Wednesday, March 24 results show that he would be mentoring the Top 10 for R&B/Soul week.
We love that R&B/Soul reaches way back into Motown because some of the non-Michael Lynche singers need some oldies thrown in there.
The song list is available here, but here is the whole list:
* A Song For Momma - Boyz II Men
* Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Diana Ross
* Ain't Too Proud to Beg - The Temptations
* Angel of Mine - Monica
* At Your Best You Are Love - Aaliya
* Baby I Need Your Loving - The Four Tops
* Back At One - Brian McKnight »
After languishing for years in development hell, it looks like the video game adaptation Spy Hunter has finally refueled and is now ready for another shot at the big screen. Some may recall that this movie was once supposed to be directed by John Woo, before eventually being taken over by Paul W.S. Anderson . For many years, The Rock was attached to star; he even starred in the 2006 Xbox / Playstation 2 game Spy Hunter: Nowhere To Run which was supposed to be a tie-in with the movie, but alas, that movie never came. Now the project is being resurrected again at Warner Brothers, who picked up the rights to various Midway Games properties last year. Sherlock Holmes producer Dan Lin is overseeing the film, while the script will be written by Chad St. John (the same guy who was hired last year for the Outland remake , and also wrote the »
One of the video games on the long list of film adaptations in development is that of Spy Hunter, a film based on Midway’s video game franchise which started in 1983 as an arcade classic and last saw a release in 2006 with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on the cover.
Modelled after a 1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, the real star of the franchise is known as the G-6155 Interceptor, a bad-ass car outfitted with weapons to take out enemy vehicles (rogue agents) while protecting the innocent.
In addition to playing the lead of the last installment in the video game franchise, The Rock was attached to star in the film adaptation with John Woo attached to direct, but that never came to be due to budgetary reasons and now they’re no longer involved.
After Paul W.S. Anderson tried to kickstart the franchise for Universal a few years back (he’s got »
- Rob Keyes
Warner Bros. will take a crack at developing the classic arcade game Spy Hunter into a movie. Launched by Midway in 1983, the game is about a spy in a car who shoots guns at spies in other cars. Warner Bros. acquired Midway last year and Heat Vision Blog reports that Chad St. John to write the script. St. John is also working on an adaptation of the comic series Sgt. Rock, which is also set up at Warner Bros with Joel Silver producing.
If an adaptation of Spy Hunter sounds familiar, it’s because the movie has been in development hell for years. The film was originally set up at Universal with John Woo to direct and Dwayne Johnson to star (although he did star in the video game Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run, which was intended to be a tie-in to the movie, but ended up as a »
- Matt Goldberg
· A day after announcing that Steven Spielberg is considering returning to the dinosaur biz, NBC has excavated the director's Nine Lives project, which was originally greenlighted by Syfy (then Sci Fi) four years ago as a miniseries. The project, written by Les Bohem (Nowhere to Run), revolves around a group of people who find a way to reunite with their loved ones in the afterlife through near-death experiences, but those journeys unleash an evil force. NBC will decide whether to push Nine Lives directly-to-series after Bohem rewrites the script. [THR]
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