What is Movie News After Dark? It’s difficult to explain, really. We do know what it isn’t: boring.
We begin this evening with one of two images from the scene of the crime where George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road could very well be shooting. We know this because some wicked Mad Max-esque vehicles have been spotted near where the production is said to begin shooting in April. It’s got Tom Hardy, it’s George Miller back in the saddle, and it’s okay by me.
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We’d like to extend a hearty welcome back to our new-old friends at Gordon and the Whale. Also, thanks for not asking for Kate Erbland back. We’re so glad that we didn’t have to murder all of you and your families just to keep her under our employ. Live long and prosper, but remember not to get handsy.
It’s now being rumored by gossipy types that Ed Helms may lead the Vacation remake. It’s a casting move that would make plenty of sense. At least it would make more sense than say, remaking the Vacation movies.
“Fans can show their support for #HungerGames24 by visiting Screenings.TheHungerGamesMovie.com and tweeting a unique hashtag assigned to their closest city to unlock Advance Screening locations. Starting tomorrow, March 1, the top four cities with the most Twitter volume will be announced each day and fans will then be able to enter to win tickets to those locations.” Get some, Hunger gamers.
In the following video, CinemaBlend editor Katey Rich and Hollywood.com editor Matt Patches video blog from the John Carter junket in Arizona. If you see someone wandering around in the background drunken through the desert, that might be me. Or Devin Faraci. It’s hard to say from a distance.
We close tonight with news you can use, a video from the folks at SXSW that talks about their SXSW Go App, the SXSW Comedy Festival and various other things, all of which relate to the giant party which looms large in our near future. It’s hosted by Claudette Godfrey, one of my favorite people in the greater Austin area. Hi Claudette!
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