Spoilers go on forever! The producer of Asteroids explains that movie's plot. Plus there's a new Gamer clip, and a predatory new Jennifer's Body pic. Also: G.I. Joe, G-Force, The Prisoner, Time Traveler's Wife, Green Hornet and 2012 spoilers!
Here's a sneak peek from this deadly video game movie, showcasing the rapport (or lack thereof) between Kable and his young "player":
New TV spots cover the basics. Legs, boobs, nanomites, disaster, explosions, super-power-armor, grim faces — it is on.
The Green Hornet's car will be the original 1966 model, but with huge massive weapons that weren't around in 1966, like Gatling guns and stuff. And Seth Rogen talks how campy the film will be. [Cinematical]
Here's another new image of the sexy-but-deadly-but-sexy Megan Fox. [Cinemablend]
Here are a few new TV spots that show off this movie's tormented love story:
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura says he was attracted to this film because "it tells you that there's going to be this big thing in space." And he explains more about the film's storyline:
We've crafted a really strong, deep mythology for the thing. Without divulging too much about it, it's two lead characters – two brothers – who have to go through a seminal experience to figure out their relationship, against this huge backdrop.
Some new stills, plus a new poster. [Sci Fi Scoop]
They're guinea pigs. And they fight evil. Behold:
And finally, a Harry TV spot:
Wired had a one-on-one interview with Sir Ian McKellen, who plays Number Two — although, really, he's actually Number One. And this version of Number Two has a wife and son, and his family is crucial to the reason for the Village's existence. McKellen described his character:
Number Two is very ironic. At times, he's very loving and bewlidered, because he's confused. He's not convinced that he's doing the right thing, because it causes him a lot of pain. And that's the sign of a mature script. Jim was saying in an interview that it is easy to see Number Six is right and that Number Two is a dreadful man. But then, in the next scene, one can see it from a different point of view.
Additional reporting by Alexis Brown.