Tag: Joe Cornish
Joe Cornish's follow up to Attack The Block came out this week! Check out The Casual Cinecast's review of The Kid Who Would Be King!
One of the genuine surprises from this year's Comic-Con is that Legendary Pictures announced a new King Kong project was in the works, that would serve as a prequel to the traditional Kong story. At the time, the only information we had on Skull Island was a release date with no information on who'd be writing or directing the film. Now we know one of those, and potentially the other. Come inside to learn more!
(Note: This review was written before we went down to do updates, thus it might be a TAD outdated)
Whenever a Steven Spielberg film comes out, you bet the world is paying attention. Especially if it's the director's first film in almost four years. Because of Spielberg's long hiatus, a lot of stock was put into The Adventures of Tintin. In a ton of ways, it represents a whole lot of new for Steven Spielberg; it's his first animated feature, and the first time he's ever gotten to play around with a virtual camera. But it also represented a very big return to the days of old for Spielberg; for the first time in decades, Spielberg was crafting an action adventure film. Because Spielberg was working in the same playground he made famous over 30 years ago, anticipation for this film was reaching a high point. But does Spielberg's return to action adventure filmmaking make a good follow up to his previous work? And would his first introduction to the world of modern day animation be a worthwhile one? Hit the jump to find out.
And just like that, the director's race for Die Hard 5 has gotten a lot more interesting. And just as quickly, I imagine Fox will make the safe and easy choice. But we can dream, can't we?
Hey, a film trilogy by both Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson! Hey, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost! Hey, Daniel Craig and Andy Serkis! Hey, the screenwriting talents of Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish! Hey, motion capture!