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Splinter Cell Reboot To Be Announced Soon?

The Splinter Cell series may be making a return, if a surprise listing from Amazon Canada is anything to go by. Ubisoft’s stealth franchise was a game changer when it first appeared back in 2002, delivering some truly incredible stealth gameplay alongside an efficient story that quickly built into a strong franchise with the release of such games as Pandora Tomorrow and Chaos Theory.
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Cannes: Myriad Pictures Boards Zosia Mamet, Scott Speedman’s ’Shadow Girl’

Cannes: Myriad Pictures Boards Zosia Mamet, Scott Speedman’s ’Shadow Girl’
Cannes — Myriad Pictures had boarded “Shadow Girl,” starring Zosia Mamet (“Girls”) and Scott Speedman (“Animal Kingdom”).

Presided by Kirk D’Amico, Myriad will introduce “Shadow Girl” to buyers at the Cannes Film Market which kicked off yesterday.

Targeting a still underserved Ya and adult female audience which has made a large hit of such titles as “Me Before You,” “Shadow Girl,” marks a move towards the mainstream for Claudia Myers who broke through to attention with “Fort Bliss” – a “solid, affecting drama,” Variety said.

Billed as a magical love story and from an original screenplay by Myers which also has coming of age elements, “Shadow Girl” stars Mamet as a girl, Holly, who has literally faded with the death of her mother until near invisible – until she meets Shane, a disgraced Mma champ, who can make her out. But Holly discovers she bears more responsibility than she imagined for Shane
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Berlinale: Myriad Pictures to Sell ‘Red Dog: True Blue’ at European Film Market (Exclusive)

Berlinale: Myriad Pictures to Sell ‘Red Dog: True Blue’ at European Film Market (Exclusive)
Myriad Pictures will handle worldwide sales, excluding Australia/New Zealand, China and the U.S., on “Red Dog: True Blue,” the prequel to 2011 international box office smash hit “Red Dog.”

Myriad will introduce the family film to buyers at the upcoming Berlin European Film Market.

Reuniting the creative team behind the original “Red Dog” – writer Daniel Taplitz (“Chaos Theory”), producer Nelson Woss (“Ned Kelly”) and director Kriv Stenders (“Kill Me Three Times”) – “Red Dog: True Blue” had its U.S. premiere at the Sundance Festival. It will now screen Friday as the opening film at the Berlin International Film Festival’s Generation Kplus, one of the two sections at the world’s biggest fest focus for children, youth and family movies.

Red Dog: True Blue” was greeted enthusiastically by critics in its Australian homeland, where it has grossed more than $5 million to date, a solid result. It also received an upbeat reaction at Sundance,
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The Week in Spandex – Doctor Strange, Civil War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Batman v Superman and the DC Extended Universe, Deadpool, X-Men: Apocalypse, Jessica Jones, The Crow and more

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Doctor Strange, Captain America: Civil War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Jessica Jones, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, Guardians of the Galaxy, Deadpool, Wolverine, X-Men: Apocalypse, Fantastic Four, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Gotham, Arrow, The Flash, The Lego Batman Movie, Heroes Reborn, The Crow, American Hero, The Greatest American Hero and more…

…With production on Marvel’s Doctor Strange getting underway in Nepal this week, the first set photos have arrived online showing a bearded Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange, presumably on his quest to seek out The Ancient One. You can check out the set photos here and here, as well as the first set video featuring Cumberbatch in action here. Meanwhile, it has also been announced that Michael Stuhlbarg (Boardwalk Empire) is in talks for an unspecified role,
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Watch: Robin Williams is 'The Angriest Man in Brooklyn' in First Trailer

Last year, Robin Williams had a mixed bag of film appearances that included the abysmal comedy The Big Wedding and the melodramatic historical drama Lee Daniels' The Butler. Now he's back on the big screen again this year with this silly comedy The Angriest Man in Brooklyn. Williams plays Henry, a guy who always seems to be pissed at everything, until he gets misinformation from a flustered doctor (Mila Kunis) that he has a brain aneurysm that will kill him in 90 minutes. As Henry tries to make amends with people he's hurt around the city, the doctor attempts to track him down to retract the diagnosis. Yep, silly. Watch? Here's the first trailer for Phil Alden Robinson's The Angriest Man in Brooklyn from Yahoo: The Angriest Man in Brooklyn is directed by Phil Alden Robinson (Field of Dreams, The Sum of All Fears) and written by Daniel Taplitz (Chaos Theory,
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UK Readers: Win a Wreckage of a DVD!

Heads up, UK slasher fans! With Halloween just around the corner, this is the perfect time to get your grubby claws on a free DVD courtesy of the good folks at Chelsea Films. To celebrate the release of the promising looking serial killer flick Wreckage, we have 3 Dvds up for grabs!

To be in with a chance of winning, just drop us an E-mail Here, and don't forget to include your Full Name and Postal Address. After that, it's simply a case of crossing your fingers! If you're not one of the lucky three, don't fret: You'll just have to snap it up on its impending August 22nd release date!


An automobile wrecking yard after dark provides the perfect location for a nail-biting slasher with a killer twist in Wreckage, directed by John Mallory Asher (One Tree Hill; Dirty Love) and featuring an attractive cast of young up-and-coming talent
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DVD Review - Wreckage (2010)

Wreckage, 2010.

Directed by John Mallory Asher.

Starring Aaron Paul, Justin Allen, Scoot McNairy, Kelly Kruger and Mike Erwin.


A group of teenagers find themselves stranded in a scrapyard after their car breaks down, where an escaped convict begins to hunt them one by one.

When I received the screener with the title emblazoned on its packaging reading Wreckage, I prayed to the Gods of Film that the word would not lead to some zemblanitous irony on the film’s part. Unfortunately, in many respects, it did and I found myself struggling to come to terms with exactly what I was watching; what the film’s aims and purposes were. The film had actually finished completion in 2010 and only recently secured distribution with Chelsea Films. All I can say to that is... little wonder.

The film is about four twenty-somethings - ex-soldier Jared (Mike Erwin, Chaos Theory), his fiancé Kate (Cameron Richardson,
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10 Reasons To Love . . . Ryan Reynolds

So I have a list of five or so actors who are so charismatic, so effortlessly likeable, so charmingly cool, that I would watch any dross that they appear in. Sadly, most of those actors appear almost exclusively in dross but its always a pleasure regardless.

In my debut 10 Reasons To Love . . . article we covered my first cinematic man-crush – The Cuse. A man who’s been lucky enough (or clever enough) to land himself a bevy of interesting and varied roles. Well now we come to the second in my personal favourites and sadly it’s rather difficult to collect together 10 quality titles he’s been involved with, but I can safely say that if you’re willing to disband your pre-conceptions, throw out your regulating taste buds, and allow a little joy into your heart then you’ll find plenty to love in my top picks to represent the
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The Notable Films of 2011: Part Eleven


Opens: April 29th 2011

Cast: Aimee Teegarden, Thomas McDonell, Danielle Campbell, Yin Chang

Director: Joe Nussbaum

Summary: Portrays the precarious passage from high school to independence as some relationships unravel and others ignite. For Nova Prescott, it’s a battle of wills as she finds herself drawn to the guy who gets in the way of her perfect prom. Others face all the insecurity and anticipation that surrounds one of high school’s most seminal events.

Analysis: Disney's attempt at creating the next "High School Musical" franchise for itself, this teen romantic comedy is a batch of clique cliches - the beauty queen, the rebel with better hair than anyone else in the film, the handsome yet dumb foreign exchange student, the 'so above it' geek who really wants to belong, and at least one or two 'fugly' girls.

It's all very "The Breakfast Club" meets "10 Things I Hate About
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The Pitch: It’s Time For A Timecop Reimagining

Last year it was announced that Timecop was getting a possible remake at Universal. The plan is start over for good and not have any involvement, connection to anything with the previous franchise, that includes Van Damme.

I, for one, love the original film, between Van Damme’s time traveling hero, Ron Silver’s corrupt politician and quite a few roundhouse kicks delivered. It is easily the best of Van Damme’s films. Made in 1994, the film followed Max Walker (Van Damme), a U.S. Federal agent in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when time travel is possible and he stumbles on a conspiracy that involves a rogue politician while dealing with the loss of his wife. The story follows an interconnected web of episodes in Walker’s life (or perhaps lives) as he fights time-travel crime and investigates the politician’s unusually successful career.

So why a reimagining?
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Ubisoft announce ‘Splinter Cell Trilogy HD’

Ubisoft have today officially announced the release of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy HD for the PlayStation 3, offering gamers the opportunity to relive the critically-acclaimed Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series: Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow and Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, remixed in high definition graphics and stereoscopic 3D, all on one Blu-Ray!

Key features of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy HD:

Re-live the epic series in high definition - Fully remastered in 720p HD with enhanced graphics, the trilogy has never looked as spectacular and intense Splinter Cell in the third dimension - Experience Sam Fisher’s adventures in full 3D stereoscopy (3D television required) High tech gadgets & exclusive features – Gamers will be able to use a wide variety of high tech devices and other gadgets like Sam’s famous goggles. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy HD also offers a new Trophy System for a
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High-Def 3D Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell Trilogies Coming to PS3

Ubisoft has remastered their classic Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell and Prince of Persia video game trilogies in high definition with optional stereoscopic 3D for a March 22 release exclusively on Playstation 3.

The Prince of Persia Classic Trilogy will include Prince of Persia The Sands of Time, Prince of Persia Warrior Within and Prince of Persia The Two Thrones, all packed onto a single Blu-ray Disc. The Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy, also housed on a single Blu-ray Disc, will include Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow and Splinter Cell Chaos Theory.

Each trilogy disc will retail for $39.99 in stores and also be available for the same price via a digital download from the Playstation Network. Cover art is not yet available though you can check out a trio of Prince of Persia remastered screens below.

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Ubisoft confirms four day-one 3Ds releases

Ubisoft confirms four day-one 3Ds releases
Ubisoft has confirmed that it is to release four 3Ds games on the system's launch day of March 25. Rayman 3D and Tom Clancy's Spinter Cell 3D will be remakes of Rayman 2 and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, according to Eurogamer. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars will be a turn-based strategy game from the creator of X-com, while Asphalt 3D will be the (more)
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Red Dog Barks First In Berlin

Red Dog Barks First In Berlin
The new Australian film Red Dog will have its world premiere at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival, held February 10 to 21, having been selected to screen in competition as part of Generation 14plus.   For those familiar with the daring work of Australian filmmaker Kriv Stenders (The Illustrated Family Doctor, Blacktown, Boxing Day, Lucky Country), it came as a surprise to learn the director was overseeing the decidedly family friendly Red Dog.   Adapted by Daniel Taplitz (Chaos Theory) from the novel by Louis De Bernieres (Captain Corelli's Mandolin), Red Dog tells the story of a spirited kelpie who roamed the West Australian outback in the seventies and eighties and unites a mining community along the way.
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Watch this Sci-Fi Short Film called Somnolence

Hey gang! Check out this awesome new sci-fi short film created by aspiring filmmaker, Patrick Kalyn. The film is called Somnolence, and Kalyn just finished production on it.

According to /Film, "Kalyn is an Emmy nominated visual effects animator, who has worked on films such as Avatar, District 9, I, Robot, King Kong, X-Men: The Last Stand, 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Jumper, The Water Horse, and television series like Stargate Sg-1. Filmed for $10,000 in 2 days in Vancouver, BC using Red Cameras, the short is part of a larger story that Kalyn hopes to develop into a feature film (a treatment is written)... Sound design was done at Skywalker sound, and the score has been created by video game composer Jesper Kyd (Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Hitman, Robotech: Invasion, Assassin’s Creed)."

There is definitely some talent here. I enjoyed watching the short. I thought the concept was fun,
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Patrick Kalyn’s Sci-Fi Short Film ‘Somnolence’

[1] /Film reader and aspiring filmmaker Patrick Kalyn has just completed work on a new sci-fi short film Somnolence. Kalyn is an Emmy nominated visual effects animator, who has worked on films such as Avatar, District 9, I, Robot, King Kong, X-Men: The Last Stand, 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Jumper, The Water Horse, and television series like Stargate Sg-1. Filmed for $10,000 in 2 days in Vancouver, BC using Red Cameras, the short is part of a larger story that Kalyn hopes to develop into a feature film (a treatment is written). Here is the official plot synopsis: By 2031, the Earth has exhausted its supply of fossil fuels. With the world on the verge of collapse, nations from around the globe form a coalition called Aren; the 'Manhattan Project' of clean self-replenishing energy. When an experiment goes wrong that threatens the world's existence, David Canterra and a team of elite soldiers
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Exclusive Interview: Director Shawn French Vs. Brian S

Director Shawn French and I hit it off from the start. They guy writes, directs and even acts and his current film The Wrong House keeps building momentum and fan base. The Maine-based filmmaker took what was a personal tragedy and invasion and poured it into this future cult hit and the experience is as real as it gets. Check out my latest "Versus" with the very cool Shawn French to see what the life of a Maine-based filmmaker is like.

Brian S- Shawn, first off how did you get into filmmaking?

Shawn French- I’ve been writing scripts since I was a teenager, but growing up in Maine where there wasn’t a film industry, it always sort of stopped there. But I knew I had a good feel for it, because the stories I wrote kept popping up in Hollywood films. In 1990, I wrote a script about
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'Dead Rising 2' Producer Says Big Budget Games Need 'Predictability' - Developer Pop Quiz #7

Developer Pop Quiz is a weekly interview series in which we ask developers from around the industry the same 10 questions and post their responses.

Josh Bridge is a man that never intended on working on video games, but just finished up one of the most anticipated video games of the year, "Dead Rising 2" for Capcom. You never know where life will take you, but Mr. Bridge has found a home working at Blue Castle Games, and this week, he's giving us a little insight into how he got there, who he is as a gamer, and what he thinks about the industry in our Developer Pop Quiz.

Name: Josh Bridge

Title: Senior Producer

Company: Blue Castle Games

Job Description: Working with the Executive Producer, I am responsible for establishing and detailing the creative vision of the game. Working closely with the development team and evaluating the game’s progress to
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Half-Speed Judge Judy Is Double-Awesome Judge Judy

If Jeff Goldblum has taught us nothing else (besides the Chaos Theory of water droplets), he’s at least taught us not to underestimate the automatic hilarity that comes with playing videos at half speed. That said, improving upon Judge Judy toilet disputes seems impossible — like trying to improve upon Citizen Kane Coca-Cola — but sure enough, here’s Judge Judy at half speed, and boy, do I judge it entertaining: (Thanks, Rebecca E!)
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The Pitch: Jurassic Park IV – Dinogeddon Anyone?

I have been saving this pitch article for quite some time, only to bring it out now. Why, you ask? Well…now is good a time as any, right? The other day on the Eo Podcast, Mr. Goodman talked about watching Jurassic Park for the first time almost 17 years after the fact. Nobody can deny that this ’93 film from Spielberg still holds up now, from its acting to its thrilling take of real dinosaurs in modern day.

After that film, original book author Michael Crichton wrote a sequel called The Lost World: Jurassic Park, prompting Spielberg and the studio to do another film, too. Unfortunately, Crichton’s novel merely served as a starting point for the finished product the film became, both of which are two completely different animals. I prefer the novel because it’s twice as thrilling as the first book and the characters are a lot more interesting.
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