Tuesday, May 17, 2011

What's new?

First Look At Tintin Posters!

Yes that's right Tintin is being made into a movie!




Here is the very first look at the posters promoting the Steven Spielberg directed and Peter Jackson produced, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. The first pic is the international poster, while the second will be released in the United States. Starring Jamie Bell in the title role, the film was shot in motion capture 3D and is set to be released this Christmas. The digital animation looks pretty cool and we are betting on a three dimensional visual treat this holiday season! Do you want to see Tintin?

Seth McFarlane is planning on rebooting The Flintstones!

Seth MacFarlane has reportedly finalized a deal with 20th Century Fox TV and Warner Brothers Television to reboot The Flintstonesas both a TV and film property! Apparently, this has been the Family Guy creator's dream project, and it took YEARS for the negotiations between the studio bigwigs to reach their conclusion, as the rightholders to the sitcom were extremely concerned with how he'd re-interpret the series! No word yet on when Fred, Wilma, and the gang will make their 21st Century debut, but expect it to be on Fox! I'm very sure that he will do it justice and can't wait to see it.

How do you feel about this?

Patrick Stump Gives Final Message On Fall Out Boy

That's right Patrick comes clean about FOB!

Here's what he said on Friends or Enemies!

"All four of the members of Fall Out Boy have moved on to new projects, but questions from fans seem to never stop regarding their indefinite hiatus. Being tired of having been asked these questions repeatedly, Patrick Stump has given a final explanation of the current state of Fall Out Boy, his thoughts on doing a new record, and more. You can read his full statement below by clicking “Read More.” That quote is way taken out of context. As is the implication that I “Don’t want to do Fall Out Boy when I’m 40,” (which is literally not a quote of mine). All I meant by any of it is that I don’t want to wait until I’m 40 to do another Fall Out Boy record, and if it takes that long, then I won’t do one. I am confident that we’ll have a record out sooner than later but there are currently no plans, no “2 years,” no “6 years,” no parameters. It might happen later than any of that, it might happen sooner. It is literally, as it’s always been, an indefinite hiatus. We never did breakup, we’re still friends, and we still would like to make music together. That said, I’d like to formally put this issue to rest. I think I’ve talked about it enough in the past two years and if anything it’s silly talking about hypotheticals in detail. Who knows? I promise I will let everybody know as soon as there are concrete plans or if anything changes, but from here on until Fall Out Boy does have actual news, I’m going to just not talk about it. That’s not saying anything negative or sour about the ongoing appreciation of Fall Out Boy fans, I’m very honored to be a part of something that has such a dedicated audience, I’ll see all of you if/when the band works on a new record or tour. Until then though, I’m just gonna shut up about it and focus on Soul Punk and hopefully ongoing tour."

And that's all folks for the meantime!

Aimee Absinthe



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