We talk to Avatar producer Jon Landau about the return of Colonel Miles Quaritch--and the Arnold Schwarzenegger rumors!
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‘The Informationist’: Producer Jon Landau Gives Details On His New Film With Director James Cameron [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
When Jon Landau and James Cameron announced that their production company Lightstorm had added The Informationist as a post-Avatar project to produce and direct this week.
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In today's edition of Wrap It Up, Netflix's new DVD service "Qwikster" has a Twitter account and it's run by a pot-smoking Elmo, Legend of Zelda gets a Lady Gaga soundtrack, Avatar + Atari = Avatari, Kiddex looks tasty, Polly Parsons is the next Jessica Jane Clement, Jessica Rafalowski is the next Kate Upton, Tom Selleck's mustache pops up in the most popular movies, the Foo Fighters played for Westboro Baptist Church, Darth Vader threw out the first pitch, Wayne Gretzky's daughter is hot, and you can now get ODB food stamp cards. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.
How many times have we heard the argument that a movie is awful because it's unoriginal? Originality would seem like a very relative subject, but that's not to say Hollywood's brimming with great ideas. In fact, studios nowadays are opting to rehash successful, but tired, movie plots in the vein hope of making lightening strike twice. But just because a story has been done before doesn't mean it can't be used again to some great effect or improve upon the established formula. Regardless, people still complain about familiar stories making for bad movies. Check out COED's list of 8 movies that have gotten a bad rap for their lack of originality!
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Ah, the overrated chant. If you've been to a major sporting event where an underdog upsets a favorite, you've probably heard it. But when it comes to movies, how does one know if a title is overrated? You don't have that chant when the credits come up, so how does one know? The reputation comes over time. As the hype wears off, one gains perspective on its actual merit. The movies on this list are excellent examples of when the bandwagon careens out of control. And just like any other list, we'd like to preface by saying that COED does not think these movies are bad, but that you might want to pump the brakes, slow your roll, and check yourself when evaluating them among the classics.
Having a girl over to watch a movie -- it really is an ancient knob on the door leading into the ecstasy of sex. If you pick the wrong movie to watch with her your balls might end up feeling blue. Here is a list of ten movies that will do anything but blue your balls. In fact, they will most likely get you laid.
In honor of the upcoming, big-budget remake of Clash Of The Titans and the continued stop-motiony wickedness of the 1981 original , COED presents a refresher course in some of the Greek Gods, Titans, and monsters that made the films (and Greek mythology in general) so great.
Hollywood likes its award shows the same way it likes its movies, done to death and starring washed up big name actors. Th…
Jerry Seinfeld may have been the first director to apply the auteur approach to bootleg filmmaking, but the crew behind the Avatar bootleg have mastered the art. From multiple camera angles (front and left), to realistic background cell phone rings and conversations, the Avatar bootleg is as technologically groundbreaking as the original. If only these guys were around to shoot "Death Blow".
After writing a little bit about Second Life, I got to thinking about the types of people who play it. And then I got to thin…