The Weekly Ketchup: An Early "Transformers" Reaction, "Thor" To Hit The Big Screen, The Charming New "Saw 4" Poster, And More!
Also, one half of "Grindhouse" has a DVD release date, and Parker Posey longs for another "Superman" flick. Read on.
This Week's Most Popular News:
Early "Transformers" Feedback
Feedback from an Australian screening of "Transformers" has hit the web, and you know who loves reader reviews?
Another Superhero Movie! "Thor" is Coming!
He's a Norse god with a giant hammer. Bring on the bad guys!
Check Out the Nasty New "Saw 4" Poster
Kitchen utensils and bloody surgical tools. Ew...
"Death Proof" Has a DVD Date; "Planet Terror" Does Not
Yeah, you knew the Weinsteins were going to do it this way: One half of "Grindhouse" will be out on DVD this September. Another will not.
More Posey for "Superman" Sequel?
While out and about talking about her newest indie "Broken English," Parker Posey was asked if she'll be returning for the "Superman Returns" sequel...
Coming to a DVD near you.
In Other News:
- Ron Perlman and Barbara Hershey will star in the indie dramedy "Vacuuming the Cat" from director Kenny Golde.
- Guy Pearce, Sam Neill, and Miranda Otto will star in the Australian crime drama "How to Change in Nine Weeks," with Simone North making her directing debut.
- Carice Van Houten ("Black Book") will play the wife of Tom Cruise's character in director Bryan Singer's "Valkyrie."
- Sylvain White will direct the movie adaptation of the video game "Castlevania" for Rogue Pictures and Crystal Sky Entertainment.
- David Goyer will direct a remake of the H.G. Wells classic "The Invisible Man," for Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.
- "Bond" helmer Martin Campbell will direct "36," the remake of the French thriller "36 Quai des Orfevres," with Robert De Niro serving as producer through Tribeca Films.
- Mischa Barton has joined the cast of the dark comedy "The Sophomore," with Bruce Willis and his daughter Rumer starring.