Written by: Big Ross, CC2K Staff Writer
This morning we have news including that Craig named the new Bond film, McG lied about Cameron's blessing for T4, Jason's been unmasked, Green Lantern is fast tracked, and more including new trailers!
If you've been wondering who came up with the title for the newest installment in the Bond franchise, the answer is Daniel Craig. He recently revealed:
"I was involved in making the decision. Names were coming out, some ludicrous stuff was going back and forth – I can't remember exactly, but you know the sort of thing: 'The Blood On Your Face'… I knew I didn't want 'death', 'die', 'bleed' or any of those things in the title."
It seems that director McG has been caught in a bit of a lie. While he went on the record saying that he "spoke to Jim Cameron, got his blessing" regarding his efforts on Terminator Salvation (you can watch video HERE), director James Cameron officially commented on this recently telling the National Post:
"It could be a big steaming pile or it could be brilliant. Sam Worthington is in the Avatar and the new Terminator and he likes the script, but I never saw it. There was no blessing involved.”
Rut Ro, McG!
Hey 30 Rock fans! Here's a rundown of what you can expect on the DVD set of Season 2, due out on October 7, 2008:
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– “COOTER” TABLE READ: The 30 Rock cast takes fans behind-the-scenes to watch and read along with their table read in preparation for the season finale episode.
– TINA FEY HOSTS SNL!: A rare, behind-the-scenes look at Tina Fey as she prepares to host Saturday Night Live. This feature showcases the writing process, rehearsals and includes clips from the live broadcast.
– 30 ROCK LIVE AT THE UCB THEATER: The entire cast gathers at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City to do a live performance of the 30 Rock episode “Secrets and Lies.”
– THE ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESENTS: AN EVENING WITH 30 ROCK : Hear the cast discuss their characters and the show in this in-depth Q & A.
– AUDIO COMMENTARY WITH TINA FEY, JACK McBRAYER, JANE KRAKOWSKI, SCOTT ADSIT, JUDAH FRIEDLANDER, PRODUCERS JOHN RIGGI AND ROBERT CARLOCK, PRODUCER/COMPOSER JEFF RICHMOND AND GUEST STARS TIM CONWAY, WILL ARNETT AND FRED ARMISEN.
Hey Green Lantern fans! We've got word that a new draft of the screenplay is in and producer Donald De Line says they're "gearing up to start shooting early spring.”
In more comic book movie news, Paramount Pictures has signed a deal with Marvel Entertainment to distribute the studio’s next five self-produced film projects:
Iron Man 2 (May 7, 2010)
Thor (July 16, 2010)
The First Avenger: Captain America (May 6, 2011)
The Avengers (July 15, 2011)
Iron Man 3 (Date Not Yet Announced)
We've got new pics of what Jason Voorhees will look like under the famous hockey mask in the upcoming Friday the 13th remake (reboot? sequel? whatever), courtesy of HorrorBid :
And just because you can never go too long without a bit on The Dark Knight, if you were curious what Aaron Eckhart looked like on set as Two-Face, check out this sweet comparison:
In still more gaming news, Kotaku has a review of the latest installment in the Silent Hill franchise. Briefly:
"Silent Hill: Homecoming is a very capable entry, maybe better than you were expecting, one that should please most fans of the series and anyone looking for a good scare layered with respectable storytelling."
Read the full review HERE.