It’s been said that your twenties are about self-discovery as well as finding your people and place in the world. That’s pretty overwhelming if you think about it: placing the fate of your existence on a single decade of your life. Embarking on an adventure to punch existentialism in the face, Laggies fails to push past conventional storytelling, but does so with a very delightful cast and off-the-wall attitude. Continue reading
Amongst the news of Studio Ghibli going on a hiatus, we are greeted by a charming first trailer for their upcoming feature The Tale of the Princess Kaguya. With this next project, Studio Ghibli seems to be taking a page from Disney in terms of a story being derived from a known fairytale. Princess Kaguya is directed by Isao Takahata (Grave of the Fireflies). Get your first glimpse after the jump. Continue reading
With the unexpected success of Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass, there is expectation of a sequel despite its low box office performance. Well you are in luck my friends because light has been shed by Mark Millar, writer of the Kick-Ass comic. ForcesofGeek got a hold of a press release about the start up of a monthly magazine joint venture with Mark Millar and Titan Magazines, CLiNT, and the status of the Kick-Ass sequel.
“Millar is also launching his sequel to the hit Kick-Ass movie in the first issue of the comic. “Kick-Ass 2: Balls To The Wall” has been scheduled for production in 2011 for a 2012 cinema release, but fans of the first movie can find out what happens two years in advance by picking up CLiNT.”
“The 100-page magazine will be packed with interviews and features from movies, games and television as well as four serialized comic-strips. The biggest names in entertainment will be featured every month and some will even be sticking around to write sci-fi, humour or horror stories after they’ve been interviewed and quizzed.”
Check out the rest of the press release after the jump!
Here she is, Hit Girl, in all her Kick-Ass badassedness……The poster doesn’t look too threatening, but the red band trailer is kick ass and pretty effin’ awesome. Played by Chloe Moretz, Hit Girl is just another superhero in the land of Mark Millar’s creation of a graphic novel. This should be better than Wanted and I am quite excited for this.
Kick-Ass has come out with yet another poster with Nic Cage’s character, Big Daddy, on the front, thanks to UGO for the picture. Take a look at this interesting Mark Millar adaptation and go to SHH to check out a short clip which is pretty funny and cool.
“I can’t fly. But I can kick your ass.” A great new poster for the Mark Millar adaptation of Kick-Ass has been released and it is pretty kick ass. This film is due out April 16, 2010.
This is a clip from Mark Millar’s live action adaptation of his comic book, Kick-Ass. The story is about Dave Lizewski, Aaron Johnson, a high school student who reads comic books and forms his own superhero persona, Kick-Ass. This film has no release date as of yet, but hopefully it will come out soon.