Friday, May 23, 2008

Just some more news...

Hey guys!! Since I'm going to see Indy 4, I'm gonna keep this short, but there IS something pretty controversial to talk about...more on that in a minute...

-Sony HAS renewed their contract to maintain the rights to Spiderman, and you may be able to expect Spidy 4 in 2011...discuss...

-Speaking of Marvel...Marvel vows that NONE of their films will be rated R....ever...

-Okay, so here's the deal...thank you MTV for this little blurb...
By his own admission, the scripts for most Uwe Boll films are somewhat lackluster. That’s why he’s decided that for his next movie, he won’t have one. Boll, whose “Postal” recently got dumped by theater owners across the country, told MTV News that most of “Janjaweed,” his new movie about the Darfur massacre, will consist almost entirely of “improv.”

“I want to go for a cast of characters who will go into the parts, because I want to improv the dialogue. Everybody should be based on his own research of creating that character,” Boll revealed. “I think this would be better if it really feels like, ‘I could get killed here so should I go or should I try to save the baby here or die?’ I want to create the feeling that they’re really into it and we have some surprising elements that happen during the shoot.”



WHAT!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Alright, improv is cool. Some of the funniest moments in the best comedies are pretty much the actors riffing. Hell, that is the only reason Will Ferrel is famous. However, with a story based on something THIS controversial and horrible, this is just kind of sick. This is the reason the man needs to stop filming. What do you guys think?

Alright guys. It's Friday. Go see something good. Go see Indy 4. Go bask in the perfection that this memorial day weekend is eledgedly going to be.

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