In this week’s Ketchup, Michael Bay promises some new and unique robots for the Tranformers sequel, part of Bond 22 will take place inside 007’s head, and David Cross felt compelled to defend his role in the surprising blockbuster Alvin and the Chipmunks.
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Michael Bay Promises a Passel of New and Unique ‘Bots for Transformers 2
Directing a movie that has rolled up over $706 million in worldwide grosses can leave a guy feeling festive on New Year’s Eve — as Michael Bay’s fans found out when they visited his official site in the waning moments of 2007.
Bond 22 to Get Inside 007’s Head?
It doesn’t have an official title yet, but Daniel Craig’s second go-round as James Bond is about to commence principal photography — and director Marc Forster has started divulging information about what might be in store for Agent 007.
David Cross Defends Alvin and the Chipmunks Role
Critics, bloggers, movie website readers — pretty much anybody who knows their way around a keyboard have voiced their “concern” for Alvin and the Chipmunks. (Though with $150 million in the bank after only three weeks, the rodents are doing well with the average man on the street and his family.) But enough is enough, says David Cross, and he’s countering with a lengthy tirade of his own.
Studios Planning for Fewer Sequels in 2008
If you’re the type of moviegoer who greets the annual wave of sequels with groans and eyerolls, USA Today has some good news for you: In 2008, you can expect to see far fewer of them at a theater near you.
Producer Moritz Borman Drops Some Terminator 4 Hints
Looking for Terminator 4 plot details? You might have to read between the lines to get them, but producer Moritz Borman has dropped a few hints about the sequel, which begins filming April 15 in Budapest.
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