If you go to see Max Payne this weekend, Cinema Blend has tip for you: remain comatose an extra five minutes, and you get an extra scene past the credits!
Much like Jon Favreau did with Iron Man this summer, director John Moore has included a scene at the very end of Max Payne that gives you just the info you need to go into a potential Max Payne 2.
Well, I know what I'd need to go into a potential Max Payne 2: a gun! To shoot myself! Or I'd at least need someone to clue me in on what I need to know from Max Payne 1, because there's no way I'm watching that.
Well, here's an idea that at least makes sense on paper: Crank and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance co-director Brian Taylor has signed a deal to make a film based on the long-running video game series Twisted Metal. Sony had made a seven-figure deal with Taylor, who will both ... / Continue →
The Sisyphean task of going city to city punching buildings to the ground will soon be an experience to be explored in a feature film from the confused brains at New Line Cinema. The studio is currently meeting with writers and producers to develop a movie based around Rampage,... / Continue →
It's been nearly two years since Universal won a four-way bidding war for the film rights to Atari's Asteroids, and yet still we remain woefully devoid of any films about spaceships shooting big asteroids into smaller, more manageable, asteroid chunks. It sounds like the studio... / Continue →