Vin Diesel has entered negotiations to star in a fourth and fifth movies in the Chronicles of Riddick series.
The Fast and the Furious actor confirmed he has already held talks with Universal Pictures about reprising his role as anti-hero Richard B. Riddick in the sci-fi film franchise, and he is "excited" about the prospect of the series being extended.
"I think they are liking what they are seeing... haha, cause they asked when both Underverse and Furya would be ready to make and release... haha... now that's a ways in the future but it is exciting. (sic)" he wrote in a post on his Facebook page.
The 44-year-old actor recently wrapped on the third film in the franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, and he revealed the movie is set to be released early next year despite previous plans for the movie to come out at the end of 2012.
Facebook has actually found a way to keep you on the site even longer. Warner Bros. has launched a new app on the social media site that allows viewers to watch movies. The first title available? The Dark Knight, the movie that made Heath Ledger a legend.
But, don’t watch it until your friends give it at least 10 “likes.” Until Thursday, the movie is available for $3 US. The clip we provided above is completely free.
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Theatergoers took time away from their personal Facebook accounts this weekend to enjoy some actual entertainment this weekend.
The Social Network—David Fincher’s film about the creation of that social media site—raised enough friends over the last three days to land the biopic in first place. Network’s $22.4 million outing also gave screenwriter Aaron Sorkin his best opening to date.
Case 39’s long-awaited debut barely went noticed. The Renee Zellweger/Bradley Cooper movie, which had been waiting for a release date for over two years, was produced for an estimated $27 million. Unfortunately, it only earned back $5.4 million of that from domestic audiences.
Meanwhile, Let Me In also struggled to find a warm welcome. The vampire thriller – a remake of Sweden’s Let the Right One In—took in only $5.1 million, enough for an 8th place finish.
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The Social Network, the much-hyped movie depicting the origins of Facebook, does not paint a very flattering portrait of company founder Mark Zuckerberg. The former Harvard student is the world’s youngest billionaire and already wildly successful though he’s several years shy of his 30th birthday. But his story, as presented in the movie, is hardly the stuff of American dreams.
Facebook execs attempted to get some parts of the film changed…but it didn’t work. Now, the famous social networking site (and it’s low-profile founder Zuckerberg) is preparing for the unflattering film to be a big hit with moviegoers (which seems, considering the cast and the huge promotional budget, a foregone conclusion).
Read More | Los Angeles Times
We already know that 500 million people are now members of Facebook, but what about that other site? You know the one that is based on dancing kids, idiots falling down and lonely people talking to themselves? Where is the big screen film about YouTube?
Well, here it is.
Want to know more about the guys responsible for “wasting everyone’s time with pointless videos”? Then check out this trailer for The Video Website, an hilarious parody of The Social Network.
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If you’ve seen of the ads for the upcoming Facebook movie, it probably wasn’t while you were commenting on your friend’s status update.
That’s because Sony has decided not to promote The Social Network - an unflattering tale about the creation of Facebook - on the popular site at all.
Last week, Columbia Pictures offered up a portrait of a serial killer as a teaser for its upcoming movie about Facebook. Now, we at least have some voices - and only voices - to go with the film.
In this new trailer for The Social Network, we get a better feel for where director David Fincher and writer Aaron Sorkin are going with the poster’s tagline: “You Don’t Get to 500 Million Friends Without Making a Few Enemies.” (Give the ominous tone of the music, I think I’m going to be perfectly happy with the 300+ friends I have right now.)
Want to know more about the guys responsible for creating the timesuck we’re addicted to today? Then schedule your next Facebook event for October 1.
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The poster for the upcoming Facebook movie, The Social Network, is out and it’s a far, dark cry from the bright, fun place that gave way to Farmville. Hollywood, after all, always has to ensure
extra drama when it comes to biopics (I mean no one’s life is ever boring, right?).
If there was a good way to distinguish star Jesse Eisenberg—who portrays Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in the film—from
awkward, teen actor Michael Cera, this will hopefully do the trick. Or maybe he’s trying to make up for the sad movie that was Adventureland.
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Is Justin Timberlake finally receiving a chance to redeem his box office flops?
Columbia Pictures and Fight Club director David Fincher think that the pop star’s got what it takes to play Facebook founder Sean Parker in The Social Network, a drama surrounding the rise of the most-visited networking site on the internet.
Timberlake will be joined by Zombieland‘s
Jesse Eisenberg, who will play the site’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Andrew Garfield, who will portray co-founder Eduardo Saverin (he later had a fallout with Zuckerberg over money).
Kevin Spacey has signed on as executive producer while Scott Rudin, Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti and Cean Chaffin will produce. Filming is set to start next month in Boston and later move to Los Angeles.
Read More | Coming Soon
UPDATE: Taylor will be keeping his job after all.
If Taylor Lautner’s really at risk of losing his job, the Twilight actor is not going to go down without a fight. Or at least an extra push-up.
In an interview last week with MTV, the 16-year-old addressed rumors that he may be left out of the upcoming sequel. According to a recent report in Entertainment Weekly, the studio was looking to find someone else to tackle Jacob Black’s beefier role in New Moon. Since that time, Michael Copon (Scorpion King 2) and Ben Barnes’ (Prince Caspian) names have been thrown out as possible replacements. (Copon has even gone so far as to imply on his own Facebook page that he was already given the role.)
Read More | MTV Movies
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