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James Cameron Talks About ‘Avatar’ Trilogy

Avatar movieAs we all know James Cameron revealed that an Avatar sequel will definitely happen and that he plans to base the films on the neighboring moons of Pandora and maybe even the planet that Pandora revolves around.

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.

“The Dark Knight” Sequel Filming to Start in February?

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"Batman Begins" was released back in 2005 and "The Dark Knight" was released in 2008. That’s a three year gap between the two movies. Does that mean that the third installment in the franchise will be in theaters in 2011? To answer that question,
not quite! According to Batman-on-Film, we could get the new movie a year earlier, in 2010. The site, citing their sources as being the behind-the-scenes crew on "The Dark Knight," the third installment could go into pre-production as early as February 2009 and then be ready to start shooting during the summer of 2009.

“Knight Rider” Behind the Scenes

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Take a look onto the amazing set of the new Knight Rider series and meet the cast! TV Guide got a behind the scenes video on the set of the new Knight Rider series and gives us a good look at the cast along with some cool insight on how they are doing this series. Justin Bruening stars as Mike Traceur, the estranged son of Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff).