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Review: Terminator Genesys

30 October 2015 11:42 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

There was a wonderful science fiction romance in James Cameron’s original 1984 film The Terminator. It had a touch of everything: time travel, killer androids, romance, and hints of a technology gone haywire. It was shot on a modest budget with a familiar but not star cast, anchored by the hulking presence of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Ever since, though, the sequels have tended to eschew the original themes in favor of retreading immortal lines of dialogue, action pieces, and the eternal struggle between man and machine. With the exception of the first sequel, which introduced the world to the joys of CGI, they have been a middling mess. Even Fox’s The Sarah Connor Chronicles had more to do with a terminator trying to kill Sarah and/or John Connor than the large themes of man versus technology.

Therefore, it was refreshing to get back to basics in this summer’s Terminator Genesys. »

- Robert Greenberger

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Watch: Gerard Butler’s Terrifying ‘Dracula 2000’ Audition

23 October 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Vampires have dominated screens big and small for years, perhaps none more so than that terrifying Transylvanian that launched the genre in the first place. Dracula is a feast of a role for film performers, a test of charisma and menace verging on camp. (It’s harder than it looks to say “I vant to suck your blood” with a straight face.) For a tutorial on how to ride that line between authenticity and absurdity, look no further than Gerard Butler’s audition for the title role in Wes Craven’s “Dracula 2000,” a modern riff on Bram Stoker’s novel. There’s nothing self-conscious or ironic about his performance in the video below; his belief in the character’s innate power is airtight. His poor scene partner can only cower in fear—and desire?—as Butler practically grows fangs on the spot, pronouncing each line with relish, in total command of the material. »

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Trainspotting cast then and now: Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor might be back to make a Porno

9 September 2015 4:26 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

News of a possible Trainspotting sequel - based on Irvine Welsh's follow-up novel Porno, released in 2002 - has left us climbing on the ceiling with anticipation. Could director Danny Boyle really wrangle together the cast once more? And could Trainspotting 2 - as they definitely won't call it - live up to the hype?

With the 20th anniversary coming up just next year, here's what Spud and company have been up to since they all chose life...

Digital Spy's Porno poster:

The original Trainspotting poster:

1. Robert Carlyle

Character: Francis "Franco" Begbie

Age then: 33

Age now: 54

Biggest acting gigs since: The Full Monty, The World Is Not Enough, Angela's Ashes and TV's Once Upon A Time, Stargate Universe and 24: Redemption

Carlyle joined forces with Boyle again on The Beach, and worked alongside Samuel L Jackson in 51st State, but his "career highlight" has been directing his first film, The Legend of Barney Thomson, »

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Trainspotting cast then and now: Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor want to make a Porno

9 September 2015 4:26 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

News of a possible Trainspotting sequel - based on Irvine Welsh's follow-up novel Porno, released in 2002 - has left us climbing on the ceiling with anticipation. Could director Danny Boyle really wrangle together the cast once more? And could Trainspotting 2 - as they definitely won't call it - live up to the hype?

With the 20th anniversary coming up just next year, here's what Spud and company have been up to since they all chose life...

Digital Spy's Porno poster:

The original Trainspotting poster:

1. Robert Carlyle

Character: Francis "Franco" Begbie

Age then: 33

Age now: 54

Biggest acting gigs since: The Full Monty, The World Is Not Enough, Angela's Ashes and TV's Once Upon A Time, Stargate Universe and 24: Redemption

Carlyle joined forces with Boyle again on The Beach, and worked alongside Samuel L Jackson in 51st State, but his "career highlight" has been directing his first film, The Legend of Barney Thomson, »

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‘Terminator Genisys’ Laeta Kalogridis And Patrick Lussier Make Skydance Deal

7 January 2015 3:00 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

After scripting Terminator Genisys for Skydance Productions, Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier have been staked to what Skydance is calling a two year first-look plus consulting deal. David Ellison’s production/financing concern wants to integrate the duo in multiple lines of its growing event-fare business. There is a first look at all theatrical and digital projects developed by the team, along with consultancy on overall content.

“Laeta and Patrick are first-class storytellers and world builders” said Skydance CEO David Ellison. “The work they have done to help us create the new Terminator trilogy is simply phenomenal and is only the beginning of the stories we are going to tell together. I am honored to welcome them into the Skydance family.”

Kalogridis and Lussier first teamed with Skydance in 2012 on an assignment to script an original science fiction adventure film hatched by Skydance. That led to the job writing Terminator Genisys, »

- Mike Fleming Jr

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Josh Hutcherson, Gerard Butler: See 5 awkward movie audition tapes

6 January 2015 6:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

If Eddie Redmayne is lucky, his unsuccessful Lord of the Rings audition tape - which he treated us to a rendition of this week - will never see the light of day.

Sadly, some actors aren't so fortunate...

1. Josh Hutcherson

If nothing else, this audition is certainly… elaborate. A pre-Hunger Games, and inexplicably spotty, Josh Hutcherson went up for the lead in The Amazing Spider-Man – a role which eventually went to Andrew Garfield.

It's not the most cerebral of auditions. In three minutes, Josh only manages to say "Thanks" and "Late for class", followed by another "Thanks".

Not that it's important when your tape features you beating up three men, doing a backflip and jumping about seven foot in the air. Backwards.

2. Gerard Butler

Or is that Ross Noble? Sporting offensive amounts of eyeliner and a dodgy accent, Gerard Butler gave this pretty bad audition for the role of Dracula in Wes Craven's 2000 movie, »

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