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Ghostbusters III details revealed

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First off, let’s confirm that Ghostbusters 3 is indeed in development and has actually been making great progress these few weeks.

“Office” writers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are curently penning the screenplay for this third installment, bringing back most of the original cast members back as mentors to a rookie group of Ghostbusters.  While Harold Ramis aka Egon Spengler has insisted for all the main players from the original films to make a return, Sigourney Weaver is still hesitant.

Dan Aykroyd aka Ray Stanz has released a few details on the film:

There will be a whole new generation that has to be trained, and that whole new generation will be led by an individual who you’ll all love when you meet him but I’m not going to tell you anything yet.  They’ll be lots of cadets, boys and girls, who’ll be learning how to use the psychotron, the accelerators and all the new stuff, the neuron splitter, which is going to be the interplaner, interceptor and all these great tools that they’re going to have, to flip from dimension to dimension.

Could this new team of Ghostbusters be larger than what we initially expected?  A Ghostbuster university perhaps?  Whether this movie blows people away or just completely tanks, it’ll sure look damn good seeing the original team back together again.

Sam Worthington to replace Bale in the next Batman film?


Bale and Worthington for Termintaro: Salvation.

According to news.com.au, Sam Worthington is rumored to be playing the role of Batman in the next installment of the Nolan franchise. The website said:

Industry gossip now suggests the rising Australian star could score the part of Batman in the third instalment of the successful prequel franchise.

That could mean replacing Bale, his Terminator co-star and The Dark Knight lead, whose profile was damaged after his infamous “me, me, me” meltdown on the Terminator set, which recently hit the internet.

My guess would be that this is complete and utter bullshit. What do you think?

“Batman 3” Being Scripted?

IESB.net is reporting that the brothers Nolan and David Goyer are hard at work in the scripting stage for the next Batman film.  In addition, Batman-on-Film has already confirmed that 2 of those 3 members have already signed on with Warner Bros.  Who those 2 are, we still don’t know yet. Here is producer Charles Roven’s coy response regarding the info:

Chuck Roven: “The creative driver of the project at this point is Chris. There’s really nothing more for me to say about that. When he feels that he’s got something to talk about, then we’ll be able to talk about it.”

IESB: I know you can’t tell us who the villain or villains are, but do you personally know?

Chuck Roven: [Big smile and a laugh] “I really don’t want to talk about that project right now.”

And here’s another awesome fan-made teaser poster for you guys.  How real is that, huh?

*If you have any fanart you would like for us to post on the site, by all means, feel free to let us know!


“Batman 3” – Coming 2011? (no pun intended?)

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According to New Jersey’s Courier Post, Batman Begins and Dark Knight Executive Producer Michael Uslan had this to say regarding the third installment:

Uslan will be onboard as executive producer for the “Dark Knight” sequel, which he estimates will be theaters by 2011. As for the identity of the next round of Batman’s supervillains and love interests, Uslan remains tight-lipped. “It’s one of those deals where if I told you, I’d have to kill you,” he says with a chuckle.

“Batman 3” hits theaters in 2011.  Omg, did I just announce the release year for the 3rd Batman installment???

Trailer: Ghostbusters The Video Game

An Early Look at Waves 3 and 4 of “The Dark Knight” Movie Masters Figures

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Well, a picture of Waves 3 and 4 of the highly sought after “Dark Knight” MM’s has finally surfaced!  Wave 3, set to hit stores in January 2009, will include Battle-Damaged Batman (w/ white sonar lenses) and the Scarecrow (in business attire).  Wave 4, set to hit stores in March 2009, will include Harvey Dent, Two-Face, and Bank Robber Joker.  While there is still no confirmation on a “Chase” figure, I’m having the slightest hunch that the Two-Face MM will be another grueling Joker MM hunt with relentless fanboys once again scouring through Wal Marts and Toys R’ Us’s, hoping to bask in that utter nerdgasmic bliss.  However, it certainly wouldn’t be a surprise for countless others to be left empty-handed and bitterly frustrated.  Mattel had better up their game this time around.


Who Watches the…”Heroes”??? Apparently, Not As Many As We Thought

This past Sunday, it was announced that writers/co-executive producers Jesse Alexander and Jeph Loeb were fired from NBC’s popular…yet not so popular series, “Heroes”.  Loeb and Alexander had been working for the show with executive producer/creator Tim Kring since as far back as the first season.

While this fall’s third season started off fresh with a worthy premiere episode having enough twists to potentially keep its viewers interested, ratings gradually descended as they once again struggled with slow-paced storytelling, open-ended subplots, an excessive amount of characters, and far too many unanswered questions.  In addition, NBC executives have expressed frustations over the creative direction of the show including episodes being overbudgeted beyond the $4 million per episode benchmark.

So who else saw this coming?  Be honest 🙂