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‘Catching Fire’ Fans Breath Easier With Taylor Kitsch Out Of Running

‘Catching Fire’ Fans Breath Easier With Taylor Kitsch Out Of Running

1 June, 2012 at 2:29 pm

It’s doubtful Taylor Kitsch meant to do it, but after he announced he wouldn’t be playing Finnick Odair in ‘The Hunger Games’ second installment ‘Catching Fire’, the forum boards lits up with shouts of relief. When the kids turn on you, you know it’s time to do a career makeover fast!

Disney Blames ‘John Carter’ For $200 Million Loss

Disney Blames ‘John Carter’ For $200 Million Loss

19 March, 2012 at 5:16 pm

Sadly, we knew this was coming with the horrific marketing that was done for ‘John Carter’ so Disney can now blame the film for having to write down $200 million in operating losses. This is the Mouse House’s fourth year in a row in writing down a hefty budget fiasco.

Disney Forces Yet Another ‘John Carter’ Trailer On Us

Disney Forces Yet Another ‘John Carter’ Trailer On Us

28 February, 2012 at 4:16 pm

Disney is still pushing out as much ‘John Carter’ marketing they can with even the latest trailer hitting today which is feeling more like an act of desperation. By now most people know they’ve dropped the marketing ball horribly on an otherwise good film, but will all this last minute foisting actually help Andrew Stanton’s passion project?

‘Wrath of the Titans’ New Trailer Brings On Monster Mania

‘Wrath of the Titans’ New Trailer Brings On Monster Mania

23 February, 2012 at 6:37 pm

‘John Carter’ could learn from ‘Wrath Of the Titans’ on how to make a trailer that’s thrilling but still tell you what the story is. The latest trailer shows Sam Worthington among monsters, and this will obviously make up for ‘Clash Of the Titans’.

‘John Carter’ Sequel Being Written But No Disney Greenlight In Site

‘John Carter’ Sequel Being Written But No Disney Greenlight In Site

19 February, 2012 at 4:56 pm

Director/writer Andrew Stanton is letting everyone know that he and Michael Chabon are already working on the sequel for ‘John Carter’, but Disney hasn’t given any signs for greenlighting it.