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A Marvel Comics hero is giving George Washington some company on the quarter, but the U.S. Mint doesn't think the stunt is so super.  To promote the upcoming film "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," 20th Century Fox and The Franklin Mint altered 40,000 U.S. quarters to feature the character.

The U.S. Mint said in a news release Friday that it learned of the promotional quarter this week and advised the studio and The Franklin Mint they were breaking the law. It is illegal to turn a coin into an advertising vehicle, and violators can face a fine. 

Posted by Art_Sempai @ 5/25/2007 21:43  |    5
In Japan, an international award ceremony for anime and manga has just been created, which artists all over the world are able to participate in. The prizes include visiting Japan for 10 days and meeting anime artists.
Posted by OMGFossil @ 5/22/2007 14:17  |    1
/Film has released news detailing that Paul W.S. Anderson is set to write and direct Castlevania, the movie based on the popular Konami video game series. As far as Mania is concerned, the movie has been in production since the middle of this year. I'm assuming with a release for 2007. Anderson, who has directed such see-saw films such as AVP and Resident Evil is sure to have either a major bomb or a major money maker on his hands. If anything, I'm certain it will breathe new life into the Castlevania video game franchise.
Posted by pixelblink @ 11/10/2006 22:59  |    8

Alan Moore's classic Watchmen comic is coming to the big screen and director Zack Snyder is determined to keep the 1985 setting (with Richard Nixon as US President) intact for the film adaptation. Huzzah!

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 11/10/2006 14:20  |    4

Los Angeles Times writer Patt Morrison joins the chorus of confused writers addressing the simple question:  Why the hell has Mike Judge's Idiocracy been buried by Fox?  See also...

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 10/6/2006 07:41  |    1
Borat competes for attention with Kazakh president in the United States capital. 

Check out the highlights of the Kazakh summit (video won't load in Firefox, but works fine in Internet Explorer).
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/30/2006 01:25  |    4
Mike Judge has produced two of the most popular cartoons ever made (Beavis and Butthead and King of the Hill) and the definitive office comedy movie (Office Space) so it's a bit confusing why his newest feature is apparently being burried.  Even if Idiocracy is a crummy movie (which I doubt) why the hell isn't Fox giving Judge the benefit of the doubt?

Edit: Check out The Onion's review of Idiocracy.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/6/2006 08:27  |    2

Apparently, Americans aren't the only ones upset with current president George W. Bush. In Toronto, on September 10, the movie, Death of a President, is a "fictional documentery" featuring the president of the United States's death. I can't wait to see his response, if the movie will even be able to be released in the US, that is.

Posted by halfDemon @ 8/31/2006 20:09  |    2
Anyone familiar with Ong Bak's Tony Jaa knows this cat can whip some serious ass and his latest movie The Protector (trailer) looks to up the Thai style action quite a bit. 
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/26/2006 10:46  |    1

Traverse City Film Festival had a preview screening of the new Borat movie based on the popular character from the HBO series Da Ali G Show (and UK television before that). Film director and festival sponsor Michael Moore introduced the movie with director Larry Charles (of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm fame).

Read the full post...

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/4/2006 22:45  |    3
The rumor's have it! The next Batman movie, entitled The Dark Knight, will begin production in 2007 and will feature none other than Heath Leger as The Joker. Returning will be Christian Bale as Bruce/Batman and Christopher Nolan is once again set to direct.

Let's hope they don't pull another Hollywood tradition of killing a franchise after the first movie. Read the full scoop at Sci Fi Wire.
Posted by pixelblink @ 8/1/2006 12:38  |    9 | Source

There's a lovely little film festival in full swing right now in Traverse City, Michigan (full disclosure: I'm a native of Michigan).  Documentary director Michael Moore, Governor Jennifer Granholm and actor Jeff Daniels were on hand Monday to kick it off.  If you happen to be in northern Michigan there are still tickets for sale so come check it out.  

My two big must-see movies for this week are Borat and The War Tapes.  Any other movies in the lineup look interesting?

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/1/2006 12:41  |    2

I've probably seen the original Back to the Future movie more times any other movie.  It was the first movie we owned on VHS and it was years before we bought another tape.  Imagine my suprise when I read that the Michael J. Fox role Marty McFly was originally played by Eric Stoltz (Mask,  Pulp Fiction, 2 Days in the Valley).  The crazy part is that they filmed 6 weeks (6 f**cking weeks!) with Eric Stoltz. 

This is obviously very old news, but it just blows my mind to think about anyone besides Michael J. Fox playing Marty.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/1/2006 14:12  |    5
MSN breaks down the top movies and television program (the BBC version of The Office slips in) covering the daily grind.  Good read.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/22/2006 17:14  |    0
The teaser trailer is up and the animation is absolutely stunning. 

Hell yeah!
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/21/2006 20:24  |    5
Another interesting movie list from MSN...

From ‘Blazing Saddles’ to ‘Team America,’ these films take no prisoners.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/15/2006 00:20  |    3
MSN has an article on the best/worst superhero flicks.  It's an interesting list because they are not focusing on just "comic book" source material.

10) The Rocketeer
9) Spy Kids
8) Hellboy
7) Inframan
6) Darkman
5) Superman II
4) The Incredibles
Read the full post...

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/1/2006 11:49  |    27
Check out the new Spiderman 3 trailer. Sandman? Venom? Gwen Stacey? Yes, please.
Posted by HMC @ 6/27/2006 13:34  |    8
Volvo, in conjunction with Disney, is sponsoring a world wide treasure hunt for a Volvo XC90. First one to find the vehicle, buried somewhere in the world, gets to keep it! The hunt is publicity for Disney's new Pirates of the Caribbean movie, opening July 7th.
Posted by Ensellitis @ 6/12/2006 22:34  |    6

Director Brad Bird (Iron Giant and The Incredibles) is helming Pixar's 2007 animated film Ratatouille. 

Check out the Ratatouille trailer here and the Ratatouille iMDB profile here.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/12/2006 12:15  |    4
John Perry Barlow (EFF) and Dan Glickman (MPAA) have some choice words for each other.  Good times...

John Perry Barlow:  I've got good news and bad news and good news. And the good news is that you guys have managed to buy every major legislative body on the planet, and the courts are even with you. So you've done a great job there and you should congratulate yourself.

But you know the problem is - the bad news is that you're up against a dedicated foe that is younger and smarter than you are and will be alive when you're dead. You're 55 years old and these kids are 17 and they're just smarter than you. So you're gonna lose that one.

But the good news is that you guys are mean sons of bitches and you've been figuring out ways of ripping off audiences and artists for centuries.....
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/10/2006 18:23  |    0 | Source

Check out the official Transformers Movie site for the goods.  Here's hoping that colossal egomaniac tool director Michael Bay (even his iMBD photo makes him look like an a-hole) doesn't screw it up.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/9/2006 07:43  |    3
Those geniuses over at Robot Chicken have created the greatest Star Wars fan flick eva, eva, eva.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/5/2006 13:38  |    2
Da Ali G Show correspondant Borat Sagdiyev has his own movie coming out soon filled with his special brand of hard hitting journalism. Naked wrestling ensues.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 5/25/2006 08:29  |    2

Luke Skywalker comes off as an even bigger wuss in this fairly long cut scene from Star Wars.  Still, it's interesting to see a little bit of Luke's everyday life before he heads out of Tatooine.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 5/15/2006 11:04  |    1

According to articles posted at, the live-action movie version of The Transformers is actually beginning to take flight! Read on my fellow 80s nostalgic bretheren:

LOS ANGELES -- Three more actors will be joining DreamWorks' big-screen live-action adaptation of the futuristic robot adventure "The Transformers."

Tyrese Gibson is still in negotiations to co-star alongside confirmed actors Rachael Taylor and Amaury Nolasco in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Read the full post...

Posted by pixelblink @ 5/15/2006 22:19  |    7 | Source
A full preview is up for the 9/11 movie United 93.  Is it too soon? Is it exploitation?  Will the movie be any good? There's a lot of mixed feelings surrounding this flick.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 4/1/2006 11:42  |    0

or at least he saved some folks from a strange series of events. This awesome 8 minute short film will give you insight as to the true power of a turntablist. Check out doubleedgefilms then click on Spin at the top and then click Watch It at the bottom left. Can you say "aww yeah"? Hells yes!

Posted by pixelblink @ 4/1/2006 01:06  |    2

For those of you among the Snakes on a Plane cult following there's a bit of news. The film is being reshot to include a fan favorite line to be delivered by Samuel L. Jackson....

"I want these mother------- snakes off the mother------- plane!"

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 3/24/2006 11:35  |    2 | Source

Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright (genuises behind the successful comedy/horror flick, "Shaun of the Dead," as well as the Channel 4 comedy series still mostly unknown to the majority of people in North America called "Spaced.") are now in the production phase of their new movie. The movie is a buddy cop-type in the same... ahem... vein as SOTD. It will star Simon Pegg as police constable, Nicholas Angel and Nick Frost as Danny Butterman. A wide array of popular and talented British actors fill in the rest of the slots and it looks like it should be another great success for the two writers.

Read more on the upcoming movie (set for release in Feb '07) as well as other news on the cast of Spaced at their official website

Posted by pixelblink @ 3/10/2006 00:26  |    14

Star Wars episode IV animated in ASCII?  Someone has a little too much free time...

Either way, it's worth a watch.  Check it out here!  Additionally, Java is needed to view it, which can be found here!

Posted by Gnarf @ 3/2/2006 19:22  |    4

Is this dark picture of Spider-Man supposed to be the alien symbiote costume?  Only time will tell.  

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 2/23/2006 21:11  |    22

Tad Stones, who is supervising director and supervising producer for the two upcoming straight-to-DVD Hellboy animated movies, continues to update the blog for the projects and has revealed a first look at the animated Abe Sapien. Read the blog for more information on its progress.

Side note: Some character design work was partially done by a great comic artist, Cheeks (aka Sean Galloway), who is also a member at deviantart. Check out his gallery.

Posted by pixelblink @ 1/20/2006 14:54  |    1
Someone went nutty and did an animated gif of the cult classic Ghostbusters [IMDb]. (Well, I think it's a cult classic -- I could be wrong!)

Check it out here.
Posted by halfliquid @ 1/17/2006 14:43  |    8

You can catch a quick little teaser trailer of Nicholas Cage as Ghostrider here.


Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/9/2006 10:43  |    4

This movie trailer about the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11/2001 has certainly stirred up some controvery in the USA. Is it too soon to be recreating these tragic events?  Will people line up to see a movie where they know all the protaganists are going to die at the end?  How much do we really know about what went on up there? 

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/6/2006 09:23  |    2
This brilliant Motorola ad sweeps through a slew of classic flicks with a flexible bunny tour guide.  A must see.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/5/2005 00:31  |    5
A few pictures of Beast and Angel and the old familiar cast members.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/5/2005 10:29  |    10
What exactly makes a movie an "independent film"?  I'm not exactly sure, but the peeps over at Empire Online seem to know.  
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 11/10/2005 11:25  |    5 | Source

Harold Ramis chats about Dan Aykroyd's Ghostbusters 3 script with InFocus magazine.  Ramis says he'd like Ben Stiller added on, but the snippet doesn't mention the other two Ghostbusters -- Venkman (Bill Murray) or Winston (Ernie Hudson). There's also no word on Sigourney Weaver.  Hopefully they'll all be signed on for the third installment.

Growing up in the 80s and being a huge Bill Murray fan the original Ghostbusters was one of my favorite movies as a kid. I had a Ghostbusters t-shirt, the cheesy soundtrack and even a few of the toys from the crappy cartoon spinoff.  Hopefully the new flick will live up to my unrealistic childhood expectations.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 11/7/2005 08:57  |    7 | Source

The recent Spider-Man 3 villain rumors are apparently grounded in reality... Kirsten Dunst spilled that Venom and Sandman will indeed be the antagonists to our favorite web-slinger. 

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/28/2005 10:03  |    4

I love seeing what other people's favorites are. I guess that's why I'm such a sucker for "top lists" and AFI (American Film Institute) has a slew of them.

Please note that XXX films are not very well represented on these lists.  Sorry Ripped Monkey.   

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/21/2005 12:03  |    4

I never know what to believe on these movie gossip sites, but it looks like the villain lineup for Spider-Man 3 is set: Venom, Sandman and Hobgoblin.

Sounds like it could be a crowded movie. 

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/12/2005 00:08  |    8

Sooooo, anyone remember the US is still fighting a war in Iraq (and Afghanistan) right now?  Americans and Iraqis are still fighting and dying and we're all just pissed that gas prices keep getting higher.  

Anyway, here's a preview of the upcoming flick Jarhead which takes place in that other Iraq war.  I'm really excited for the release of Jarhead mostly because Sam Mendes is directing. His last two movies were American Beauty and Road to Perdition -- both great flicks in my humble opinion. 

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/2/2005 17:36  |    0

Courtesy of Associated Press:

LOS ANGELES — James Doohan, the burly chief engineer of the Starship Enterprise in the original "Star Trek" TV series and motion pictures who responded to the command "Beam me up, Scotty," died early Wednesday. He was 85.

Read more

(Thanks to Ensellitis for providing the news flash)

Posted by pixelblink @ 7/20/2005 18:27  |    5

Watch out for a Transformers Movie in 2007.  I'm guessing this will be a feast for the eyes with outstanding special effects, but will they make a lame kid's movie or a movie geared more towards adults?  Hopefully Dreamworks finds a talented director and crew to bring it to life.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/14/2005 09:47  |    6

Just caught the new Wallace and Gromit movie preview.  What an absolute treat for any animation fan.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 5/31/2005 15:38  |    4
Check out this pic of the new Superman from the upcoming Superman Returns movie. What's up with the burgundy instead of the red?
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 5/8/2005 11:49  |    5

As much as I hate Marvel right now for their idiotic lawsuits of the 'City of Heroes' developers, I'm kind of excited to see what they do with their new movie deal with Paramount (up to 10 movies in 8 years).

Check eeeeet.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 5/4/2005 13:32  |    0
Check it out!

Personally, I think this is the best footage of the movie yet, and it looks very very cool. From what we can see here, part of the movie will explain Bruce Wayne's backstory, which hasn't been done on film yet. The costume looks wicked cool!

Can't wait to see the real thing.
Posted by Dejital @ 4/28/2005 17:54  |    3

Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones) will most likely be playing the part of the Juggernaut in the upcoming X-men film. Can't wait to see how they pull that character off on the big screen.

Matthew Vaughn on X-Men 3 & Stardust

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 4/28/2005 11:39  |    2
There's a feature length Wallace and Grommit movie on the way. Huzzah! If you're not familiar with the Wallace and Grommit films you should be ashamed of yourself.

In other movie news the new Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trailer can be found exclusively on

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 2/16/2005 07:36  |    9
The trailer for Frank Miller's Sin City looks stunning. Really nice style to it and it looks like they went all out with the cast.

I never read Fantastic 4 comics beyond when they would crossover with Spider-Man, but the trailer for the new flick sparked my interest and it's got the Nip/Tuck pick doctor as Doctor Doom! Sweet.

Any self respecting nerd should also check out the trailers for Tim Burton's two new flicks -- 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and 'Corpse Bride'.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/27/2005 22:07  |    12
The trailer to the children's classic is worth a look. Gene Wilder's Wonka is a tough act to follow, but if anybody can do it it's Johnny Depp.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/7/2005 14:54  |    1
Saw the trailer for the Assault of Precinct 13 remake last night. Looks like it could be pretty decent. Before you check out the new movie do yourself a favor and watch John Carpenter's original work. A couple of scenes are pretty shocking even today.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/4/2005 08:41  |    0
Looks like another great Wes Anderson flick is coming our way.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 11/13/2004 13:31  |    0
The maker of such classic films as "Plan 9 From Outer Space" and "Bride of the Monster" has a porn flick that will be available for purchase soon in both softcore and hardcore releases. Maybe it's just a publicity stunt to promote the release of Tim Burton's "Ed Wood" on DVD.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 10/27/2004 08:26  |    0
Just caught "Team America: World Police" last night. Hoo boy, what a fantastically offensive flick that is. Parents who make the grave mistake of taking their kids to this because it has puppets will be in for a treat.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 10/12/2004 08:36  |    0
Matt Stone and Trey Parker -- creators of the animated cable TV series "South Park" -- had to tone down some puppet on puppet action for their upcoming film "Team America" in order to get the NC-17 rating knocked down to an R.

Heh heh.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 10/6/2004 11:41  |    0
Skate fans beware. In the spirit of the excellent "Dog Town and Z-Boys" documentary Sony brings us the Venice skate scene inspired Lords of Dogtown.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 10/6/2004 15:57  |    0
Check this out from the official Spider-Man movie site...

"For the opening title sequence of Spider-Man 2, renowned artist Alex Ross created original paintings representing scenes from the first Spider-Man movie. Now these paintings will be available in an auction, with all proceeds going to benefit cancer research (click here. for the official press release)."

Own a piece of movie AND comic history today suckas.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/22/2004 18:49  |    0
The fab four are set for the upcoming Fantastic Four flick. The cast is as follows... Jessica Alba form "Dark Angel" (Invisible Woman), Ioan Gruffudd from "King Arthur" (Mr. Fantastic), Chris Evans from "Cellular" (Human Torch), Michael Chiklis from "The Shield" (The Thing) and me main man Dr. Troy aka Julian McMahon will play Dr. Doom.

Click here for more details.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/21/2004 12:55  |    0
Caught the martial arts epic "Hero" today. Very "Crouching Tigery" in both good and bad ways. The colorful battle backdrops and a couple of really nifty duels make this one worth seeing on the big screen.

It's interesting that the filmmakers decided to tie such a huge fantasy to China's actual unification. It's like if a movie about the United States had George Washington catching bullets with his teeth.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/3/2004 14:52  |    0
There's some interesting coverage of a few comic book movie franchises.

It's interesting that there really hasn't been a cameo crossover for any of the heroes yet. That's one comic book trick the Hollywood folks should pick up on.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 9/1/2004 18:16  |    0
Charlize Theron's bizzaro secret agent turn as Aeon Flux is being held up by a recent injury.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/31/2004 15:49  |    0
So it's the movie "Alien" broken down into a 30 second Flash movie with bunnies in place of all the actors.

There's really nothing else to say. Seeing is believing.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/11/2004 08:18  |    0
The Three Stooges DVD release is getting some attention for it's decision to offer a colorized version in addition to the original black and white version.

Reminds me of that great "In Living Color" sketch where Ted Turner "colorizes" old movies by using black actors in place of the original white actors.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/11/2004 08:03  |    0
"The Blues Brothers" came out on top in a recent BBC survey.

Some unexpected movies in the top 10... "Grosse Point Blank" and "The Royal Tenenbaums" suprised me. Kind of cool to see a Wes Anderson movie in there - his movie soundtracks are always interesting.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/11/2004 07:56  |    0
While stumbling around ESPN's site I came across a fantastic section of Page 2 - sports movies!

They've got the top 20 sports films, top 10 best actors, top 10 best actresses, top 10 best moments and top 10 worst sports films. I'm a sucker for top 10 lists.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/10/2004 07:24  |    0
AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs list was really lacking in the original scores department and it didn't even include "Uncle F*cker" from "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut". :)

I realize that a lot of the famous scores probably didn't get much consideration because there are no lyrics, but a great score can evoke so much emotion from us without us even realizing it.

Composers like John Williams ("Star Wars", "Jaws", "Raiders of the Lost Ark", "Catch Me If You Can", "Superman") Danny Elfman ("Batman", "Pee Wee's Big Adventure", "Beetlejuice") and Thomas Newman ("American Beauty", "The Shawshank Redemption", "The Road to Perdition") bring so much to a movie.

Admit it... you're humming the "Star Wars" theme right now, aren't you?
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/10/2004 16:01  |    0
Caught this one on ExtraLife!...

The robots in disguise will be coming to a theater near you. Can't wait to watch Optimus Prime bring da hurt on those hatin' Decepticons.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/2/2004 12:09  |    0
That nutty Austrailian, Eric "The Hulk" Bana, might be the next 007. Go Hoot!
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/2/2004 11:21  |    0
The Douglas Adams classic "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" is coming to the big screen with Tim from "The Office", John Malkovich, Mos Def and Sam Rockwell.

Hellz yeah.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/27/2004 22:26  |    0
Although I've only seen one film ("ah, l'amour") I'm totally entranced by the Bitter Films web site. If you've ever had any interest in animation (especially 2-D animation) you gotta read the production journal - it's amazing/scary/unsettling.

According to the FAQ on the site they are planning a 2005 release for a DVD collection. I'm waiting with bells on.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/14/2004 09:50  |    0
Saw "Shrek 2" the other night. Inspired me to get cracking on a few Shrek icons.

"Shrek 2" really seems like an adult cartoon (not that kind of adult cartoon... perv) with a few slapstick gags thrown in here and there for the kiddies. The computer generated scenery is spectacular, the story is clever and that donkey is funny as hell.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 6/10/2004 12:38  |    0

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