Bunch of geeky shit is going on. Here’s where you can read about it.
Since I know everyone is dying for news about Michael Bay’s upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, here’s the first clear picture of the villainous Shredder, who in this version is probably an interstellar robot demon trained by ninja gorillas. (via Dark Horizons)
Collider is reporting that Paul W. S. Anderson (that’s the crappy Paul Anderson, in case you were confused) is saying that a) the next Resident Evil movie is being drafted, b) it will cleverly be titled Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, and c) it will likely be, well, the final chapter. As someone who was forced to review the last four of them, I cannot tell you how happy I am. My long cinematic nightmare has finally ended.
Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros is planning to reboot Scooby Doo.
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In Marvel Universe news, Mark Ruffalo talked to Digital Spy recently and said that in regards to the possibility of another Hulk movie, “I think they are, for the first time, entertaining the idea of it.” That’s not much, but it’s something. Considering how many loose ends there were at the end of the better-than-I-expected Incredible Hulk (what happened to Dr. Sterns aka The Leader, played by Tim Blake Nelson? And what happened to The Abomination, for that matter?), I’d love to see one.
As for the Captain America end of things, Frank Grillo (who was terrific, if somewhat underused in the crowded but excellent Captain America: The Winter Soldier) has said that he’s optimistic about returning to his character of Brock Rumlow, better known as Crossbones in the comics. I really like Grillo (he was excellent in his small role in Warrior), so I’m happy to hear it. (Via Coming Soon)
Lastly, there’s a new trailer for The Expendables. I find these movies to be amazing. I mean, I have staggeringly low expectations for them. I genuinely just want, like, Neanderthal-level dumb entertainment, and they still manage to disappoint. It’s actually quite impressive.
That is all. Go about your business, or throw some jibber jabber into the comments.