Saturday, October 27, 2007

Weekly Whisper #7



Underworld 3: The Rise of the Lycans, is set in the Dark Ages and traces the origins of the centuries-old blood feud between the aristocratic vampires and their one-time werewolf slaves, the Lycans.
Michael Sheen will reprise his role of Lycan master Lucian. Bill Nighy also will return as vampire elder Viktor. Rhona Mitra is joining the cast as Viktor's daughter Sonja. Kate Beckinsale will not appear in the prequel.


Eleven-year-old actor Kodi Smit-McPhee will play young Logan in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Weekly Whisper #6



Weekly Whisper #6 is a little bit of a change from previous weeks. Hope you enjoy it.
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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Star Wars TV prepping

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that George Lucas is in Los Angeles this week to meet with writers for his long-gestating live-action Star Wars series. According to one insider, Lucas' plan is to recruit several freelancers to spend a week at the Skywalker Ranch in November to come up with story ideas for the series. The scribes would then disperse and write the 13 episodes that would be produced and financed by Lucas.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Weekly Whisper #5



This week's Weekly Whisper looks at trailers for the new film Elizabeth and last weekends The Seeker, as well as images for the upcoming The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.

Vancouver based Insight Film Studios announced their involvement with two new adventure thrillers shooting in BC this month. Partnered with the Sci Fi channel, these new films both tell stories of ancient secrets and those that are trying to unravel their mysteries.

Ba’al

Rogue Smithsonian archaeologist Dr. Owen Stanford, dying of cancer and heedless of his career, is prepared to stop at nothing to retrieve the ancient amulets of the storm god Ba'al, in his efforts to discover the legendary kibdu, the portal between our world and the next that he hopes might cure his disease or make him a god…

Starring Jeremy London and Stefanie von Pfetten the film will be directed by Paul Ziller.


Riddles of the Sphinx
Karen Parr always thought her father Robert was the opposite of cool. That is until they learn that her grandfather had been the victim of a grisly murder by The Sphinx, a mythical Guardian of Egypt’s ancient secrets. Robert has no choice now but to connect with his hidden past; reinstating himself with a clandestine Government Agency he left years ago. Together with his daughter they find themselves on route to Cairo.

What follows is a series of battles of mind and body with the deadly Sphinx with the goal of decoding the seven riddles in an effort to unlock the hidden secrets and save humankind.

Dina Meyer and Lochlyn Munro star in the movie which will be directed by George Mendeluk.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Weekly Whisper #4



Weekend top ten Box-office, a look at Brian Clement's Meat Market DVD release at Luck Bar on the 16th and the premiere of his new film Dark Paradox on the 2oth at the Roxy Theatre. Check out Frontline Films for more details.