In an attempt to simultaneously capitalize on a long-running, brilliant UK comic, the superhero-movie craze, and the movie-going audience’s apparent tolerance for reboots, we’ve got a new Judge Dredd movie on our hands. With the always-awesome Karl Urban on board as the man himself, and rumours that he never (rightly) takes the helmet off, a 2000 A.D.-loving Matt is already seeing hope for this indie, but Nat has no frame of reference for Judge Dredd other than Sly’s abysmal 1995 turn in the role.
The premiere of the trailer for Matt’s new Sci-Fi short film “D.N.E.: Do Not Erase” was LIVE on the Nat & Marie Show! Lucky viewers tuned in at 9EST for their first glimpse of the trailer featuring Battlestar Galactica’s Richard Hatch and the Music of Bear McCreary… but now you can catch it right here on Your Geek News!
What’s this Sci-Fi film all about? Here’s the official synopsis:
When Brian’s graduate thesis on Time Travel costs him the love of his life, he forces himself to choose the best way to live out the rest of his days.
So there’s time travel tom-foolery involved, plus some serious Battlestar Galactica pedigree with Bear McCreary, Richard Hatch as well as BSG’s science advisor Kevin Grazier all involved…
How awesome is this!? The creator of such cancelled gems as Firefly (Fox) Dollhouse (Fox) and Angel (Fox) now has the big screen bravado of Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark and Sam Jackson’s Nick Fury speaking his sarcastically delicious dialogue in the biggest superhero movie of all time. A helluva step up if you ask us.
Sure, it looks more like Iron Man 3 with some Chrises Evans and Hemsworth cameos, but you can’t help but love the way Tony admires Dr. Banner’s work.
Plus, Tony keeps wearing a Black Sabbath shirt, which is pure Iron Man.
After nearly three decades, a return to the virtual world of Tron has been promoted at Comic Cons around the world for more than a year. With an ‘evolved’ look from the 80′s classic, some Tron purists are up in arms about the redesign, but you can’t deny that TRON Legacy has a gorgeous production design. But what about this digital Jeff Bridges?
With a cast like Bruce WIllis, Morgan Freeman, Richard Dreyfus, John Malkovich, Ernest Borgnine and Helen Mirren, there’s really no other reason needed to go see this one immediately. But the fact that it’s based on a comicbook from the mind of the iconic Warren Ellis just puts this baby over the top!
Edgar Wright is the kind of director that has gotten a fan following all his own, but when his film gets the concept from a graphic novel as popular as Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim series, you just know something special is going to happen! Watch him and his cast take you into the world of Scot Pilgrim, along with some exclusive snippets of the movie, and some wild remixes of scenes!
When the film adaptation of the greatest action-comedy show of the 80′s is directed by a wild talent like Carnahan, you KNOW the A-Team will have some of the most off-the-hook action possible. But the A-Team was more than just guns and bombs, it was a group of four men who looked out for each other like brothers, and if we’re going to see Hannibal, Face, Murdock and B.A. come to life all over again on the big screen, Carnahan has his work cut out for him making that classic 4-way bromance sing.
With with Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, the Incredible Hulk’s pulse-pounder of a director, Louis Leterrier has managed to round up some of finest thespians to play the Gods of Mount Olympus and added to that the heir-apparent to the action-superstar mantle in Sam Worthington, all to be able to tell one of the oldest stories in Greek Mythology, and to remake the 1981 Clash of the Titans. This one already seems like a winner just from the names involved and from what we’ve seen in trailers, so take a look at six exclusive scenes from the movie as well as interviews with the cast and crew to judge for yourself!