Category Archive: Development News

SDCC ’09: “Jonah Hex” panel

Megan Fox was there. I forgot who else…oh right, Josh Brolin, Michael Fassbender, and director Jimmy Hayward. Unfortunately, there was not as much excitement for this film as there was for some of the other panels and the footage shown didn’t seem to impress me as much as I’d hoped. Fox mentioned that her last …

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SDCC ’09: “The Box” panel

Director Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko), Cameron Diaz, and James Marsden were there to promote their film “The Box”, which I must say looks better than I initially thought.  Based on a short story Kelly read as a kid, “The Box” is about a young couple (Diaz and Marsden) in 1976 who is approached at their …

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SDCC ’09: “A Nightmare on Elm Street” panel

Jackie Earle Haley joined producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller on the panel for the remake of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and damn, does this film look horrifying.  Having finished shooting only 2 weeks ago, the producers were able to compile together an extended trailer for the film. The footage begins with a human …

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SDCC ’09: “Book of Eli” panel

Stars Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, and Mila Kunis graced the stage next to directors Albert and Allen Hughes to promote their post-apocalyptic thriller, “Book of Eli”.  The panel started with the Hughes brothers showing an online motion graphic novel which introduced the character of Billy Carnegie (Gary Oldman), who sets his house on fire with …

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SDCC ’09: “Sherlock Holmes” panel

Robert Downey Jr. strode suddenly onto the stage to be joined by co-star Rachel McAdams and producers Joel Silver and Susan Downey, and writer Lionel Wigram. Wigram stated how cool it was to make a Sherlock Holmes movie having been a fan since he was a kid, and had even made a comic book to …

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SDCC ’09: “Where the Wild Things Are” panel

So there wasn’t really a panel for “Where the Wild Things Are”, but Max Records, who plays the character of the same name, was there to present footage for the film.  Several clips were shown including a full trailer and scenes where Max is dogpiled by the “Wild Things” in a forest; another clip shows Max …

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