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MOVIE NEWS FOR JULY 1: TRON LEGACY COMIC-CON INVASION, HOSTEL 3 IS COMING & MORE

by Dawn, July 1, 2010

Source: io9

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN TAKES US INSIDE INCEPTION’S DREAMSCAPE & MORE MOVIE NEWS

Christopher Nolan and company reveal justenough about Inceptionto get us positively giddy with excitement.Transformers 3 is taking over the Windy City. Sony might have found its new Peter Parker, provided he untangles some scheduling conflicts. Warning Spoiler alert!

Inception: According to an interview with the New York Times, director Christopher Nolan started this project with the idea “what if dreams could be shared?”, which led examining the ways people could interact in a multitude of alternate universes, each with their own rules and logic. Leonardo DiCaprio says he only understood some of what the film was about, although meeting and talking with Nolan instilled in him the confidence that it would all come together.

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Source: scifimafia

TRON LEGACY COMIC-CON BANNERS

If you remember, last year the streets of San Diego were littered with banners from James Cameron’s Avatar. Now, with Walt Disney Pictures impending promotional juggernaut for TRON: Legacy, the Master Control Program seems to have invaded downtown San Diego in preparation for Comic-Com 2010.

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Source: slashfilm

HOSTEL 3 COMING SOON

Stage 6 Films is gearing up for an August shoot for Hostel: Part III. Stage 6 is the direct to dvd division of Sony Home Entertainment, is responsible for such home video releases as Zombie Strippers!, Starship Troopers 3: Marauder, Boogeyman 3, Vacancy 2: The First Cut, The Grudge 3, Messengers 2: The Scarecrow, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day and 30 Days of Night: Dark DaysScott Spiegel (From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money) will be directing from a screenplay by Michael Weiss (The Butterfly Effect 2). Bloody Disgusting is reporting that the sequel will take the horror franchise to Las Vegas…

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Hostel 3!  YESSS!!! We LOVE the Hostel movies, just because the horrific concept is so believable. Lord knows what goes on in other far away countries. And in the back of your mind you think ‘this could actually happen‘. Sure made me not want to visit any hostels anytime soon. However, bringing it stateside is questionable. Not that gruesome travesties do not occur here, just check your local daily news. But somehow it’s less likely to happen. Or this just might be my naivety talking.

And now they’ve taken it to Vegas? I think they should leave the venue of Vegas to the likes of The Hangover. Where anything and everything can happen, but we want to laugh at it, not be scared to death.

Another interesting tidibit…Eli Roth is not producing the film and sadly this just might be it’s downfall. I say good decision Eli.

What are your thoughts on this new Hostel movie? Are you attending Comic Con? If you are…what are you looking forward to most?

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