2012 movie poster

2012 Series Could Replace Lost

2012 movie posterRoland Emmerich, the director of the upcoming apocalyptic film "2012," has confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that a TV series version of the movie is already in the works.

"The plan is that it is 2013 and it's about what happens after the disaster," said Emmerich. "It is about the resettling of Earth. That is very, very fascinating. Harald Kloser and I came up with the idea and we have the luxury of having a producer on the film who is a big TV producer, Mark Gordon (Grey's Anatomy)."

How wild is Wild Things? Very. But not like you’d think.

Spike Jonze clearly had a different interpretation of Where the Wild Things Are than I did, but I like his better. I just thought it was a short book for kids to learn how to read, and some pictures they’d like of monsters prancing around. I mean, the plot was Max yells at his mom, gets punished, imagines a fantasy land, then goes home and finds out his mom forgives him.

Jonze’s version is about the lessons kids have to learn about their angry instincts. There is a tone of melancholy to even the most wonderful fantasy scenes. And this isn’t like saying Harry Potter is dark because people are trying to kill him but really it’s happy magic. This is really heavy. Playing rough not only leads to others getting hurt, it makes even the wildest anarchist feel bad.

‘Smallville’ Star Coming to ‘Heroes’

John GloverWell we all had been wondering when we would have a crossover from Smallville to Heroes, well it;s here folks, the struggling NBC drama "Heroes" has tapped John Glover (Lex Luthor’s dad on "Smallville") to play Sylar’s father.

‘Transformers 2’ Photography a Wrap

Transformers 2
Well over at the official Michael Bay website they are reporting that as of this week, principal photography for "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has ended, with the film now moving on to effects and editing.

It was recently reported that the movie will end up with at least three awesome IMAX scenes, similar to what they did with "The Dark Knight".

‘My Bloody Valentine 3D’ Creepy Trailer

My Bloody Valentine 3D
Here is another good trailer for a scary movie to get the heart pumping right before Halloween, it’s none other than the remake of "My Bloody Valentine" which will be in 3D. The poster which features a pickax coming out of the screen and the trailer which shows what it would be like to see the film in theaters gives away that it’s a 3D movie for those that haven’t noticed.

Zeno

Robot to Save Mankind from Evil Future Bots

Zeno
When roboticist David Hanson thinks of the future, he fears that man will accidentally create a super-sentient artificial intelligence that is heartless and clinically insane.
So to save the world, he formed Hanson Robotics and built Zeno, a 17-inch robot boy, who smiles, laughs, recognizes your face and remembers your name.
Fending off the end of the world may be a heavy mantle to hang on the shoulders of a 17-inch robot that’s still in prototype stage, but Hanson does call Zeno the superhero of the singularity…

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Microsoft’s browser gets upgraded

Microsoft's browser gets upgraded Microsoft has made Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7) available to the general public. The new version is the first upgrade to the web browsing program for more than five years…

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Yahoo goes back to its roots

Yahoo goes back to its roots For millions of people worldwide Yahoo remains synonymous with the internet itself, but after Microsoft walked away from buying the firm what does the future hold?…