- The new Scream 4 poster: it's a mask AND a knife! Like love.
- Warner Bros. is releasing so-called "App Editions" of The Dark Knight and Inception for Apple's portable devices. Don't expect to get David Lynch's $11.99, iTunes.
- To take care of his debts to the IRS, his ex-wife, and Pierce Brosnan, Michael Madsen will supposedly appear in 29 films this year. But only one is called Back2Hell.
- Production on Men in Black 3 has been pushed back to March 28 to allow for someone to sort out the script's apparently-troubled third act. So go ahead and be shitfaced this month, Rip Torn.
- The official subtitle of Sherlock Holmes 2 is "A Game of Shadows." No Dark of the Moon, that's for sure.
- Australian documentarian Philippe Mora has uncovered two 3-D Nazi propaganda films shot in 1936, one of which consists of "shots of sizzling bratwurst on a barbecue." So the same technology AND as compelling a plot as Avatar? HAH!
Observation: the new Scream poster is like the last one. Except with a four instead of a three. If you see anything else worth noting, please share.
'Scream 4' Poster [Yahoo!]
There's a new Ghostface, guys, and this one is intent on highlighting Wes Craven's tenuous awareness of the Internet, smartphones, and the Konami NES LaserScope! Scream 4 trailer:
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The rules have changed, warns Long-Haired Kid in this trailer for Scream 4. They sure have, whichever Culkin you are! Now everything is Saw-cams and iPhones and teenagers wearing some kind of head-mounted camera/Predator laser, apparently! This latest chapter of the Scream franchise not only calls out the clichés of a new generation of horror films, it shows off Wes Craven's tenuous grasp of modern technology, too!
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We can wait to get into the merits/anti-merits of this fourth Scream film (Screamquel?) when the trailer officially comes out in reasonable quality. For now, just sit back and tolerate this simulated experience of sitting at the 2010 Scream Awards, watching a shaky version of the trailer, and quietly wonder, "Why does one of the kids in Scream 4 seem to be wearing Konami's NES LaserScope?"
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USA Today is reporting Anna Paquin and Kristen Bell will likely fill the roles of immediately-killed-off-people at the beginning of the next Scream film. I guess they're considered the exciting celebrities cameos among the cast of young up-and-comers, aging Scream mainstays who will do a Scream movie whenever asked, and Anthony Andersons? Production has already begun on the Wes Craven film, so it shouldn't be too long until we find out if they'll totally be kissing before Paquin takes a knife to the back of the head that exits right between the teeth.
I can't remember, is Jamie Kennedy still alive--in either the series or reality? If so, it's probably him.
I bet Jamie Kennedy is really hoping one of the decade's "new rules" is that the Jamie Kennedy character gets to come back. A man can only live in the shadow of Ghost Whisperer for so long.
New 'Scream 4' Poster [EW]
I've always said, give David Arquette enough time, he'll eventually find a reason to get himself out of bed. And this spring, looks like he'll have one: Bob Weinstein has revealed that, to fight waning elongated-white-mask sales, Dimension Films will begin production on Scream 4 in April or May. Series regulars Wes Craven, Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courtney Cox are all not doing that much besides being in Cougar Town/watching Cougar Town, and are expected to return to kick off a new rapidly-declining trilogy.
Weinstein also announced Robert Rodriguez is working on a new Spy Kids movie to be shot in 3-D, thus rendering Spy Kids 3-D not that special anymore. Additionally, the studio hopes to have a Halloween 3-D ready by next year's holiday that the film is most appropriate for, and Weinstein confirmed plans for remakes of Children of the Corn, Short Circuit, and American Werewolf in London and 3-D sequels to Hellraiser and Scanners.
Sounds like if you're the kind of person who wants to put on annoying glasses and watch a piece-of-shit remake/sequel, Dimension is the studio looking out for you.
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