Haven’t posted anything like this in awhile. However, there’s been some “stuff” lately that I felt would be of interest here. So, here goes:
The Hulk: Here's a sneak peek description of the upcoming HULK Superbowl spot this weekend during the game's first quarter: "......In thirty seconds, they showed quite a bit of the creature which was a treat. Here is an few detailed shots of what you will see on Sunday. It opens just as the teaser, with Eric Bana voice over his thoughts as he sits in a chair taking notes in a classroom, and after a few seconds it shows a more detailed version of him morphing into the Hulk. After that, it just has countless shots of Hulk crashing into things and throwing things. One thing in particular that he throws around in a circle is a tank. One piece of criticism: the computer creature is interesting to look at, but in some sequences he looks to be as big as King Kong. If that is how the comic book character is, then they have a definite hit, if people are expecting to see a creature the size of Arnold Schwarznegger, then they will definitely be surprised. The full length trailer will be attached to prints of "Daredevil"".
Superman: Writer and "Alias" creator JJ Abrams' reps indicated to Superman: Last Son of Krypton the new "Superman" film's current status and yes the delay rumours seem to be true: "They are trying to lower the budget and have pushed the start date back because of it. They also haven?t found their SUPERMAN yet" AND, Brent Ratnor may not be the director of this flick anymore. The studio is moving towards Michael Bay...
The Matrix Reloaded & Revolutions: Variety reports that after the Superbowl, the films will be promoted separately with a "Revolutions" teaser to immediately follow the cliffhanging end of the second film.
Blade III: Countingdown reports that scribe David Goyer indicated preproduction would begin in approximately two months and that he was still working on the script. An August 2004 release is being targeted.
I've got more...but will wait until this posts and then add.