Filmske novosti iz FantastiKe

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Filmske novosti iz FantastiKe
« on: June 26, 2016, 07:14:28 AM »




Director-producer duo Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are reteaming with Apollo 13 screenwriter Bill Broyles to adapt Neal Stephenson’s doorstopper of a generation ship novel, Seveneves.



This ambitious collaboration will bring Stephenson’s science fiction novel, in which the Moon explodes and humanity flees to space in a Cloud Ark, to the big screen.


Despite having written such celebrated novels as Snow Crash and Cryptonomicon, Stephenson hasn’t seen big- or small-screen adaptations of any of his work; as he explained in 2011, many of his books “are simply too long to be made into movies.” But Grazer and Howard—as well as Skydance Media’s David Ellison, a fan of Stephenson’s work, according to Deadline—are clearly intrigued by Seveneves’ premise:

What would happen if the world were ending?

A catastrophic event renders the Earth a ticking time bomb. In a feverish race against the inevitable, nations around the globe band together to devise an ambitious plan to ensure the survival of humanity far beyond our atmosphere, in outer space.

But the complexities and unpredictability of human nature coupled with unforeseen challenges and dangers threaten the intrepid pioneers, until only a handful of survivors remain…

Five thousand years later, their progeny—seven distinct races now three billion strong—embark on yet another audacious journey into the unknown… to an alien world utterly transformed by cataclysm and time: Earth.

No word yet on release date. In the meantime, read our review of Seveneves, which praises Stephenson for his extensive research into how humanity could begin anew out in space.

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Re: Filmske novosti iz FantastiKe
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2016, 09:40:21 AM »
… i, dok nestrpljivo čekamo Morgana, evo o trejlera:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqmHSR0bFU8&feature=youtu.be
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« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2016, 10:03:12 AM »
1. Možda da odvojite poseban topic za filmske novosti u odnosu na papirnate?
2. Na prvu loptu pomislio sam da Ridley Scott ovo i režira a posle Prometheusa ne bih mu više dao ni reklame za deterdžent da radi. Kad ono, njegovo dete režira. Poželimo mu sreću i nadajmo se da će ispoljiti talenat kao ćaća mu u mladjim danima.

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Re: Filmske novosti iz FantastiKe
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2016, 10:12:40 AM »
eto, nikako da postavim taj trejler kako valja...

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« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2016, 10:52:17 AM »
cek, a sta fali linku?
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« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2016, 11:01:27 AM »
@dejan: hoće da ga embeduje, da se video vidi na forumu, a ne zna kako.

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« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2016, 09:04:36 AM »
dakle, tona fenomenalnih gudiza je u planu...


It’s happening quietly and you may not even know it. But starting next year, Universal Studios is rebooting their classic Monsters movies into one cinematic universe. The Mummy with Tom Cruise is filming, Russell Crowe is Dr. Jekyll, and Johnny Depp is rumored to be the Invisible Man.

Now we may also have Frankenstein’s monster.

Variety reports that Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem, best known for his terrifying turn as Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men, is in talks to play the non-titular role.

According to Variety, Bardem’s character would first appear in another Universal Monster movie before doing a Frankenstein movie. What exactly that movie could be is also a mystery because, though Universal has dated a few untitled Monster movies (one in April 2018 and another in February 2019) the monsters who’ll star in those haven’t been revealed.

This is amazing casting by the way. Bardem is a beast with almost unlimited range (there’s No Country, then there’s something like Vicky Cristina Barcelona, which I guarantee has never been mentioned on this site). It’s almost like the actor was built for the role... out of limbs, organs, and body parts taken from the corpses of fine actors, stolen from their graves in the dead of night, and then given unholy life by a mad scientist determined to conquer death itself.

The new Universal Monsters franchise kicks off with The Mummy on June 8, 2017.





Universal May Have Just Cast a Truly Frightening Frankenstein's Monster

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« Reply #7 on: July 20, 2016, 10:38:52 AM »
predlog za admine - možda bi trebalo prebaciti ovu temu na ptf 'ostalo'?

The Chronicles of Amber TV Series Could Be the Next Game of Thrones

Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) will bring Roger Zelazny’s 10-part Chronicles of Amber book series to television, with co-producer David Alpert of Skybound Entertainment calling it “one of my favorite book series of all time” and “a lifelong dream” of a project. Sounds like it’s in good hands.

So far, there’s no other info (no writers, directors, network, or timetable), but this is still an announcement worth getting excited about.....
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« Reply #8 on: August 19, 2016, 07:51:55 AM »

No Joke, Jared Leto Has Joined Blade Runner 2


The final piece of casting for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner sequel has just been set—it’s Jared Leto, fresh off his polarizing take on the Joker in Suicide Squad.

Leto will play “a key role,” according to Alcon Entertainment co-CEOs Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson. “He is a phenomenal actor, and we know he will create a truly memorable, never-before-seen character,” the duo said in a press release.

Leto joins an already impressive cast that includes Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Barkhad Abdi, Dave Bautista and others in a film set several decades after the 1982 Ridley Scott original. Let’s hope the cast is ready to get a lot of origami in the mail.

The Blade Runner sequel will be released October 6, 2017.

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« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2016, 08:11:50 AM »

Dwayne Johnson Says Jumanji is Not a Reboot


We’ve been a bit cautious for the past several months about the new Jumanji flick. After all, the original is well beloved (at least for 90s kids), and it seems weird to remake the semi-serious kids movie as an outright buddy comedy. Well, Jumanji star Dwayne Johnson is putting our fears to rest (kind of).

The actor shared an update about Jumanji in an Instagram post about Fast and the Furious 8 wrapping up shooting. In true “The Rock” fashion, the photo is him getting out of a jet—because when Johnson tells us something, he’s going to do it while getting out of a jet.

“In two weeks I’ll reunite with ol’ friends Kevin Hart and Jack Black and we have the honor to introduce a whole new generation to the amazing world of Jumanji,” Johnson wrote. “For the record we are NOT making a reboot, but rather a continuation of the awesome Jumanji story.”

The key word here is “continuation,” which likely means it won’t be a direct sequel. It’s probably going to be a broader part of the Jumanji cinematic universe, acknowledging the events of the past while also being its own story. Sort of like how Jurassic World is technically part of the Jurassic Park franchise but also totally not.

I’m still not completely on board with another Jumanji film, but this does give me a little more hope that we could see something interesting. Besides, Johnson’s right: kids deserve a chance to get their own Jumanji. But if it sucks, we’ll all be sadder than orphaned Kirsten Dunst.


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« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2016, 08:34:20 AM »
Tizer za Westworld


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« Reply #11 on: September 14, 2016, 08:56:37 AM »

Pacific Rim screenwriter Travis Beacham has been up to something lately. After his ill-fated ancient Egypt drama show Hieroglyph was scrapped at FOX after only a few episodes were shot, this past July he completed production on his first full-length feature film called The Curiosity. The film was inspired by and takes some cues from Hieroglyph, and tells the same kind of fantastical story on a smaller scale.

Yesterday, Beacham shared the first teaser trailer for The Curiosity, which is described simply as “a strange new fairy tale.” There’s not that much to it, but it does feature a pretty cool shot that kinda looks like a person is being birthed out of the skin of an animal. There’s more information on the film’s Tumblr, which hints that the movie is actually about selkies — mythical creatures that are seals in the water but turn into humans when they set foot on land. Scottish mermaids, essentially.



Read More: Watch a Teaser Trailer for Travis Beacham’s ‘The Curiosity’ | http://screencrush.com/travis-beacham-the-curiosity/?trackback=tsmclip

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« Reply #12 on: September 19, 2016, 10:30:20 AM »



In the near future, a company offers individuals the service of having their memories downloaded “for backup.” So, in the event of death, those memories can be uploaded into a new body. After a routine backup, Oliver Klein wakes to find his memories restored into a body that is not his own. Trapped in a foreign body with its own “muscle memory,” Oliver discovers that he is capable of doing things the original Oliver never could and never would. Oliver must find a way to reconnect with his family and his life, while coming face-to-face with the truth that he is no longer the only Oliver Klein.

DIRECTOR STUART WILLIS TALKS ABOUT HIS NEW SCI-FI THRILLER RESTORATION (NOW STREAMING ON STAN)

http://iris.theaureview.com/director-stuart-willis-talks-about-his-new-sci-fi-thriller-restoration-now-streaming-on-stan/

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« Reply #13 on: September 19, 2016, 10:41:14 AM »
Young outcast Sean has isolated himself in a trailer in the woods, setting out on alchemic pursuits, with his cat Kaspar as his sole companion. Filled with disdain for authority, he’s fled the daily grind and holed up in the wilderness, escaping a society that has no place for him. But when he turns from chemistry to black magic to crack nature’s secret, things go awry and he awakens something far more sinister and dangerous. From the mind of acclaimed American filmmaker Joel Potrykus (BUZZARD, APE), THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK is an Official Selection of the 2016 South by Southwest Film Festival.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IFqOBquZjU&feature=youtu.be

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« Reply #14 on: September 27, 2016, 08:17:03 AM »
Elem, za gledanje ovoga kao da treba dosta pripreme...  :)


Julia Ducournau is a 33-year-old first-time feature director who makes her worryingly brilliant debut with this saturnalia of arthouse horror. At the Toronto film festival, it had audiences dry-heaving and indeed wet-heaving in the aisles and the cinema lavatories. This is the sort of film which pundits are often keen to label “black comedy” as a way of re-establishing their own sang-froid. In the same tongue-in-cheek spirit, it has been called coming-of-age drama. There is a grain of truth in both of these labels. It is a film about cannibalism, and has clearly been influenced by Jorge Michel Grau’s We Are What We Are, John Fawcett’s Ginger Snaps, and perhaps especially Marina de Van’s body shocker In My Skin – which incidentally featured a young Laurent Lucas, a veteran of extreme French cinema who also turns up here.




While it isn’t exactly true to say that cannibalism is just a metaphor for something else, eating human flesh is appropriate for a drama about sexuality, identity, body image and conformity. It’s a film in which the lead character is briefly aware of becoming more attractive by losing weight – not so long after she had participated in a jokey student conversation about monkeys being sexually assaulted and then getting anorexia and having to see a therapist. And in a society where eating is somehow criminalised, cannibalism is an appropriate fantasy.