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No Mel Gibson in ‘Mad Max 4’

mad max - mel gibsonThough rumors have been amok we have no idea who is actually cast in the upcoming fourth Mad Max film, but we know that it won’t be Mel Gibson, who made the role of Max Rockatansky famous. That’s right folks, here is one rumor that isn’t true. Again Mel Gibson will not be in Mad Max 4.

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Terminator Rights Auction Not Going so Good

TerminatorThe Halcyon company bought the rights to the Terminator franchise for $25 million two years ago, they went on to make Terminator Salvation. Well as we all know that didn’t work out to well for them, so Halcyon in it’s glories wisdom is now auctioning off the rights and think the price should be more than double what they paid for it, they are basing this off the $60 million that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles went for.

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Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi Say Goodbye to Spider-Man

Tobey Maguire and Sam RaimiWell it seems that the Spider-Man that we have come to love played by Tobey Maguire has come to a end, along with the director Sam Raimi who has also called it quits. Apparently, the recent creative differences between Raimo and Sony was just to broad, rumor is it was more than just about who the villains should be, that Sony also wants Spider-Man 4 to be in 3D following the great success of Avatar and Raimi was against it.

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McG Wants ‘Terminator Salvation’ Sequels

McGWell good ole McG participated in a BD-Live chat for the ‘Terminator Salvation’ Blu-ray yesterday and revealed that he is still planning to direct the fifth and sixth installments in the franchise. Well, if that don’t just put some pepper in the gumbo with all the hoopla going on.

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The IRIS is Closing on GateCon

GateCon LogoWell it seems another legacy of Stargate is coming to a end and though it’s not directly associated with the Stargate Franchise it is a blow to many of the fans. GateCon will close the doors forever after the GateCon 2010 event in Vancouver, British Columbia after a awesome 10 year run the fan-run organization announced.

The Howling and The Crow

Both ‘The Howling’ and ‘The Crow’ Francises to ReBoot

The Howling and The CrowWell it seems that Reboots are the in thing in Hollywood these days and some old franchises are looking to get in on the action. Right now two thriller / horror cult favorites are hoping for major come backs. 'The Howling' and 'The Crow' franchises have movies in the works and nether movie will be a remake but rather just a relaunch of the existing franchises. Read on to get the scoop on each franchise.

Another ‘Terminator’ Sequel Announced

Terminator 5We all new that there was a fifth Terminator Sequel in the works, well now we have some official news on it. Halcyon executives Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek are developing the a fifth installment in the “Terminator” franchise. Helmer McG, who directed the upcoming fourth film, “Terminator Salvation,” is working with the Halcyon duo on the latest project.

The announcement was among the news that came out of the Dubai International Film Festival. No decision has been made as to where to film the next “Terminator,” although the Middle East was mentioned as a locale.

“Stargate: Ark of Truth,” “Continuum” is coming to Sci Fi Channel


Stargate Ark of Truth

For "Stargate" fans who have yet to watch the franchise’s straight-to-DVD releases, you’ll get another chance to prove your love.
Sci Fi Channel has acquired the U.S. television rights to "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" and "Stargate: Continuum," both of which previously have only been seen a DVD release. Both films will make their U.S. TV debuts in Spring 2009.

Bryan Fuller Talks New Star Trek Series

Star Trek TVThe last Star Trek TV series was Enterprise which aired it’s finale episode in May of 2005. Before that some form of Star Trek was on television continuously starting with the Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987. That’s 18 years of solid Trek. And for you math fans that’s a whopping 624 episodes!

Arnold Schwarzenegger Looking at “Predator 3”

Predator

John Davis revealed that he would love to make another “Predator” movie, but considers the “AVP” franchise dead. “I think we’ve logically done what we could’ve done with the two AVP movies,” he stated. “But I think there’s something to go back to with Predator.