5/12 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:02 am · May 12th, 2009

Green LanternAlex Billington takes a few snaps of upcoming release poster artwork in Cannes (including “Shutter Island” and “A Christmas Carol”), then, the web being what it is, he slaps his watermark all over them. [First Showing]

Kevin Costner keeps the western’s light flickering with an upcoming A&E mini-series. [The Hollywood Reporter]

The top 10 movie misquotes of all time. [The Guardian]

Vaneta Rogers consolidates the numerous “Green Lantern” rumors flying around town.  Please, God, don’t fuck it up. [Newsarama]

Speaking of rumors, Drew McWeeny recounts the crash and burn of one such, this one concerning the potential casting of Christian Bale in Andrew Stanton’s “John Carter of Mars.” [Motion/Captured]

Roger Ebert expresses concern over the use of 3D technology in “Up,” specifically citing the potential for diminishing “brightness and delicate shadings of the color palate.” [Chicago Sun-Times]

Anthony Breznican previews the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. [USA Today]

Candace Jackson talks “The Girlfriend Experience” with director Steven Soderbergh and star Sasha Grey. [Wall Street Journal]

William Goss remembers 1998: the movie summer that was. [Cinematical]

Twitter’s potential effect on the unstable world of film criticism gets some more ink. [The Wrap]




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  • 1 5-12-2009 at 10:36 am

    Jonathan Spuij said...

    Gotta love those 10 misquotes :D.