I enjoy a good piece of viral marketing, I have no time or patience for the riddles and the puzzles and the easter egg hunts, but I love any supplemental material that helps enrich the movie world. Prometheus was a great recent example of this, even if the film that followed turned out to be unworthy.
The RoboCop remake is continuing this pleasing trend with a promotional website for OmniCorp, the massive conglomerate responsible for developing the RoboCop technology (known as OCP in the original).
It seems that the Americans are not content to simply remake the TV version of The Inbetweeners. Now, Paramount want to create an American remake of the hugely popular feature film of the British series.
Courtesy of Splash News Online, we have a load of set pictures from the upcoming remake of Brian de Palma’s classic horror movie Carrie, starring Chloe Moretz as the titular telekinetic schoolgirl.
Potential upset for fans of Starship Troopers. Toby Jaffe, one of the producers responsible for the forthcoming Starship Troopers remake, claims that the remake will do away with the social commentary of the novel and earlier film, instead focussing on a straight-up action romp.
Columbia Pictures could not have anticipated just how terrible their timing was, when releasing the brand new trailer for the Total Recall remake.
Literally ten minutes before the clip went live, I had just finished re-watching Paul Verhoeven's original.
With eyes as big as fish bowls and stripy knickerbockers, it’s hard not to enjoy the art of Tim Burton. But we have toiled through too many years of slapdash remakes with Johnny Depp, and my faith in Mr Bonham-Carter has begun to wane.
But this October sees the release of an original (and rather promising) story of zombie pets. Frankenweenie is based on Burton’s own short film of the same name, and the latest trailer gives us a rich taste of the stop-motion animation and exaggerated characters.
After the first (frankly stunning) official image of Angelina Jolie as Maleficent was released, it was inevitable that we’d be flooded with set pics. And here they are!
Ahead of the Autumn release of Tim Burton’s stop motion animation Frankenweenie, Disney have released a series of images and short biographies of the central characters.
Disney have released the first promotional image of Angelina Jolie as the infamous evil queen from the animated classic Sleeping Beauty in the upcoming “untold story” movie Maleficent.