Trailer Alerts: Fallen, Basterds, TR2N

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Trailer Alerts: Fallen, Basterds, TR2N

The teaser trailer for "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" will debut on "Friday the 13th" this Friday and no online date has yet been set. For those of us overseas, who can't make it to cinemas, or don't want to bother with watching a whole film just to see a bloody trailer - as soon as the bootlegs hit Youtube I'll start adding them to the trailers page.

Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" is tipped to be debuting later this week on "Enter ...


Hedlund Tops Tron Sequel Cast

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Hedlund Tops Tron Sequel Cast

Garrett Hedlund ("Troy," "Four Brothers") is set to star in the "Tron" sequel for Walt Disney Pictures says The Hollywood Reporter.

Hedlund will play the lead, a man who finds himself pulled into the world of a computer and retracing the steps of a character from the original movie named Kevin Flynn.

Jeff Bridges is reprisi ...


Boxleitner Returns For TR2N

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Boxleitner Returns For TR2N

Original "Tron" co-star Bruce Boxleitner is tipped to be returning for Disney's upcoming sequel to the 1982 sci-fi cult classic according to Coming Soon.

In the original, hacker/arcade owner Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) is digitally broken down into a data stream by a villainous software pirate known as the Master Control Program (MCP) and reconstituted into the internal, 3-D graphical world of computer ...


Tron Sequel Shot In 3D

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Tron Sequel Shot In 3D

AICN reports that the "Tron" sequel, "TR2N", looks like it will be shot entirely in 3D.

What makes this shoot different though is the end technology will be involved in the production process. Here's the scooper's explanation:

"With new technology, they can actually wear the glasses at the monitors as they shoot & it will show them exactly how the 3-D will look so that they can get ex ...


Studios Head Into Production Boom

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Studios Head Into Production Boom


Despite the economic downturn, the various studios are getting ready to move forward as more than forty productions get underway early next year reports Variety.

Due to the writers strike and the threat of an actors strike, studios quickly rushed through approval on projects in late 2007 before grinding approvals to a halt for much of the last twelve months.

Now with the writer's strike over and the threat of an actor's strike being offset by stubborn and pro ...