14 items from 2010
Steve Austin, pro wrestling legend and star of such films as The Expendables and The Stranger returns in another heart-stopping action from Anchor Bay Films: Hunt to Kill, out to own on DVD and Blu-ray on October 11th 2010.
Jim Rhodes (Austin) is one bad ass Border Patrol Agent; his skill as a survivalist allows him to quickly negotiate terrain that would destroy the average man. When Jim’s teenage daughter is kidnapped, he’s forced to lead a band of ruthless killers into the wilderness to retrieve their share of a missing heist score. In order to rescue his daughter, Jim must use his unique brand of survival skills to outsmart the kidnappers before it’s too late.
The Expendables, 2010
Directed by Sylvester Stallone
Starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Terry Crews, Eric Roberts, Gary Daniels, Charisma Carpenter and Arnold Schwarzenegger
The ultimate mercenary crew embark on the ultimate mission.
I love action films. It’s a grand statement I know to actually have love for a genre. But I really love action films, almost romantic love; I get excited when I’m going to see a new one, I plan evenings to watch a few of them and look forward to such an event. I love classics like Akira Kuwrosawa’s Seven Samurai as much as I love fan-boy wet dream flicks like Universal Soldier Regeneration, which for the uninitiated is Universal Soldier 3 (yes you read that right and its really good, Dolph and Jean Claude are in it too). So imagine »
At the Sdcc, fans of butt kicking, explosions, guns, karate kicks to the face, and large sweaty muscular men shouting as explosions wail in the background were treated to a sneak peak and panel of the upcoming popcorn flick, The Expendables, which is opening in theaters this Friday.
Lionsgate presented exclusive scenes and the inside scoop on every punch, kick, and bloodied lip from the most iconic cast of heroes and villains ever assembled, including the director, writer, and star Sylvester Stallone (Rambo), along with Dolph Lundgren (Universal Soldier), Steve Austin (The Condemned), Randy Couture (Scorpion King: Rise of the Warrior), Terry Crews (Gamer), and at least one surprise appearance from somebody who was already hanging around the convention.
And just in case you weren't there to feel the heat and taste the sweat, we scored you some sweet video coverage. Click on, soldier!
- Marc Alan Fishman
This is a Pure Movies competition for The Stranger, directed by Robert Lieberman and starring Steve Austin, Erica Cerra, Adam Beach, Ron Lea, Viv Leacock and Jason Schombing. Starring the legendary 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (The Expendables, The Condemned), don’t miss the action packed, gripping and edgy thriller from Anchor Bay Films. Pro wrestling legend Steve Austin stars as a man with no name, no memory and absolutely nothing left to lose. But when he finds himself hunted by both the FBI and the Russian mob this amnesiac decides to fight back. Pursuit cannot stop him. Torture will not break him. And with every beating, bullet and betrayal, he’ll remember another piece of the horror that took away his career, his family and his identity. »
- Dan Higgins
He’s left with only hours to find them, uncover a government conspiracy and the connection between their disappearance and his father’s secrets.”
Bruce Willis will play Cavill’s father while Weaver will be playing against type as someone involved with the kidnapping plot, or, if you prefer – the villain.
Pretty interesting cast, indeed, and pretty busy actors as well.
Let us remind you that Willis is currently attached to the video game adaptation Kane & Lynch, »
10:00-11:00 – DreamWorks Animation: Megamind — DreamWorks Animation makes its Comic-Con debut with Megamind. The characters Megamind and Metro Man are jettisoned to Earth as babies when their home planets are destroyed. Megamind crash-lands inside a maximum-security prison, where he evolves into the wicked and diabolical genius he is today, while the dashingly handsome superhero Metro Man grows into the universally adored savior of Metro City, beloved by every man, woman and child — and especially the city’s ace reporter Roxanne Ritchi. These life-long archenemies will rewrite superhero movie lore when they challenge each other to the ultimate showdown of Good vs. Evil! Megamind stars Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, and Jonah Hill and director Tom McGrath join forces to unveil footage from DreamWorks Animation’s November 5 release. Hall H
- Jason Moore
Comic-Con has just released the full schedule for Preview Night on Wednesday, July 21 and Thursday, July 22. We have broken down the full schedule by the film and TV events for each day, so take a look at this schedule below.
Wednesday, July 21 - Preview Night
6:00-9:00 Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings
Wbtvg continues its Comic-Con tradition of hosting a special sneak peek premiere event on preview night, this year offering fans two opportunities to screen one of the fall season's most highly anticipated new series: Nikita, starring international action star Maggie Q. In addition to Nikita, Wbtvg will unveil special video presentations related to its other series. Ballroom 20
Thursday, July 22
10:00-11:00 The Spark of Imagination
Peek inside the minds of leading authors and filmmakers to explore how imagination informs the creative process. New York Times bestselling children's author Tony Diterlizzi (The Spiderwick Chronicles) details the precedent-setting »
The San Diego Comic-Con has finally posted its Thursday schedule of programming this year's event. There's quite a number of panels devoted strictly to movies and television shows, with a number of high profile actors, directors, writers and producers scheduled to make appearances at their respective presentations. I've pulled out the highlights as they pertain to Hollywood and the movies CA covers. Don't forget that this year's Masters of the Web panel is also happening on Thursday @ 3 Pm.
Thursday, July 22, 2010:
10:00-11:00 DreamWorks Animation: Megamind— DreamWorks Animation makes its Comic-Con debut with Megamind. The characters Megamind and Metro Man are jettisoned to Earth as babies when their home planets are destroyed. Megamind crash-lands inside a maximum-security prison, where he evolves into the wicked and diabolical genius he is today, while the dashingly handsome superhero Metro Man grows into the universally adored savior of Metro City, beloved by every man, »
- Patrick Sauriol
The scheduling madness has begun. San Diego Comic Con announced the entire programming schedule for Preview Night Wednesday July 21 and Thursday, July 22. As usual, the movie highlights are in Hall H where the line up is as follows: Megamind, Tron: Legacy, Battle: Los Angeles, Salt, Red, The Expendables and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Plus, can you say J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon together?
But there is so much going on outside of Hall H too. DC Comics is celebrating their 75th anniversary with a panel, the cast of Dexter will be in the house, Bruce Campbell will talk Burn Notice not to mention the infamous Masters of the Web panel which is surely of interest to anyone who reads sites like ours and the world premiere of The Lost Boys: The Thirst. Hit the jump for what I think is worth your time on Thursday, July 22nd at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. »
- Germain Lussier
Here are the movie and TV highlights
The San Diego Comic-Con has posted the schedule for Thursday, July 22. You can view the full schedule here, but below are the movie and TV events that ComingSoon.net/SuperHeroHype/ShockTillYouDrop.com will be concentrating on.
Wednesday, July 21
6:00-9:00 Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings— Wbtvg continues its Comic-Con tradition of hosting a special sneak peek premiere event on preview night, this year offering fans two opportunities to screen one of the fall season’s most highly anticipated new series: Nikita, starring international action star Maggie Q. In addition to Nikita, Wbtvg will unveil special video presentations related to its other series. Ballroom 20
Thursday, July 22
10:00-11:00 Jeff Smith— The perfect way to start off Comic-Con 2010's program schedule is with a visit with Jeff Smith! Jeff discusses his current sci-fi adventure series, Rasl, as well as the upcoming Bone books from Graphix. »
- email@example.com (SuperHeroHype)
“Somtum” has all the potential in the world, but ultimately ends up as kind of a mess. Nathan Jones (“Tom-Young-Goong”, “The Condemned”) stars as Barney Emerald, a down on his luck Australian giant, who wins third place in a contest. This is one hell of a contest because third place, the bronze medal, is a trip to Thailand. That’s not a bad consolation prize. A life-long loser, Barney thinks his luck has changed. He couldn’t be more wrong. On his first night of vacation he gets drugged, robbed, and left barefoot and shirtless in a foreign country with no money and no passport. At 6’11 and 360 pounds, Jones is a towering freak of a human being. His life has been nothing if not interesting. At one time he pulled off a string of bank robberies, and was one of Australia’s most wanted men. In prison he became a power lifter, »
- Brent McKnight
In the quest to get more crappy movies out the public even faster, The Hollywood Reporter has it that WWE Studios will start filming movies back to back in order to cut down on production costs. This is great news for wrestling minions who can.t wait to see John Cena and Stone Cold Steve Austin flex their muscles on the big screen in critically acclaimed classics like The Marine and The Condemned. It.s terrible news for people who like their films, umm, what.s the word I.m looking for? Oh yeah: Good. There is a part of me here that respects WWE.s strategy. In the same vein as their television wrestling, the movie studio will just inundate the viewer with quantity over quality. Heck, if you throw enough crap at the wall, some of it is bound to stick. WWE has a history of working its »
Vince McMahon knows no bounds. After failing with his own football league and bodybuilding league, he has been trying to break into the mainstream entertainment industry with his own film company, WWE Studios. If you have had a chance to watch any of these movies, I apologize... unless it happened to be The Condemned which was awesome. The latest announcement, posted on AOL  earlier today, concerns an entirely new medium: television. Santino Marella, an over the top comedy act with a heavy Italian accent, is going to be the subject of a new sitcom. The show, which also stars WWE stars Beth Phoenix (who will play his girlfriend, much like she did on Monday Night Raw) and Vladamir Koslov, will first start off on WWE.com and then will be shopped to other networks. I know wrestling isn't "cool" anymore, but Santino Marella is one of, if not the most, »
One month, 280 films and 70,000 words later, my guide to the films of 2010 is now complete. I hope you've enjoyed reading it all - it's been utterly exhausting but an ultimately rewarding venture I've been single-handedly pulling together since early December. If you have liked it, my only request is that you help spread the word about it now that it's all done.
If you're a fellow blogger or site owner, please give it a plug on your site. If you're a reader, give it a mention on Facebook, Twitter or other online places you might venture. A lot of effort went into this, the greatest reward so far has been seeing it talked about and hearing your reactions. I'm glad many of you have gotten a lot of use out of the previous pages, so I hope you enjoy this final part:
- Garth Franklin
14 items from 2010
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