Hayden Panettiere playing the convicted murderer from a horrific and controversial case that is barely over? It’s the film “too soon” became a phrase for.
You’ve all heard the rumours; Emma Watson, Anne Hathaway, Hayden Panettiere… It seems that anyone with some semblance for acting has been rumoured for a role in Tom Hooper’s re-imagining of Les Miserables. But why? Why all the actresses with little or no talent for singing, especially when the movie in question is a MUSICAL? God only knows. So we’ve taken it upon ourselves to craft our dream cast…
Director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson bring together a cast of new and returning faces for one more stab at the post-modern Scream franchise. With an abundance of recent horror history ripe for the picking, they succeed beautifully in rebooting the formula while staying true to the mission statement that started it all.
The Buffy reboot is happening, and while we think this bites the time has come (I think there was a memo) to give up on objectivity. As such, may I present Best or Film’s completely subjective guide to who might make a half-decent vampire slayer. Should you be a true Whedonite the following list will seem insane, controversial and completely without fruit. The harsh reality is, however, Natalie Portman is probably busy and Megan Fox is a much likelier choice even if she wasn’t, anyway. It’s like a whole big sucking thing, and this is the best we could do.
Watching Alpha And Omega is essentially like watching an hour and a half of deleted cut-scenes from a 90s Sonic The Hedgehog Sega game, if the special effects were worse and it was made by a suspected sex offender. Dull, unfunny and bizarrely adult in parts, under no circumstances should you or your children be subjected to this.
There’s nothing like new blood to pump some life into a dying franchise, and no-one knows that better than the people over at Dimension Films. To brighten up the tired old Scream series director Wes Craven is hiring a lot of nubile young things to murder in colourful ways. So who’s on board?