Tron Legacy set pics reveal Jeff Bridges in a decadent cyber-world nightclub. Adrien Brody talks Predators and Michel Gondry talks Green Hornet. Crucial Doctor Who dialog is revealed! A Priest sneak peek! Plus Spider-Man, Teen Wolf, Lost, Caprica and Chuck.
Slashfilm visited the set of Tron Legacy and witnessed one of the infamous cyber-nightclub scenes. Apparently the club is called "End Of The Line" and it's the top floor of the highest building in the cyber-world. Kevin Flynn is there, and extras in the glowing suits are wielding glowing light discs. More pics at the link. [Slashfilm]
Adrien Brody says he worked in a kind of homage to one of the original film's most famous moments:
So there was a moment [in 'Predators'] where I added a 'Run! Get to the chopper!' moment, which [led] my fellow cast [to make] fun of me for most of the movie. But that's what's in this little teaser that's about to drop [at SXSW]. It was like an homage to him. It's not the whole movie, but there's this moment of just pure Arnold. I think it's so cool.
But he won't say if the new film includes the line, "If it bleeds, we can kill it." Nor is anyone sure whether Arnie will make another one of his famous CG-faced cameos. [MTV]
A random fan says he ran into Brian Bendis, writer of Ultimate Spider-Man, and asked him about this movie reboot. And Bendis pointed to a copy of Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 1 and said, "From what I've heard, it's going to be exactly like this." (Bear in mind, this is hearsay, and Bendis recently said he's not really involved with the movie. So please treat this as a rumor and utilize "grain of salt" technology, unless we hear from Bendis directly.) [Latino Review]
Director Michel Gondry says we'll see a trailer this spring or summer, and it'll give us some insights into the Hornet and Kato (Seth Rogen and Jay Chou). Plus tons of action:
You see Kato and Seth deciding why they want to be crime fighters. Then you see images of their completion. It's pretty violent, but with a good spirit.
Director Russell Mulcahy (Highlander) says this film "inspired by" the Michael J. Fox classic won't be a comedy, but will be more along the lines of Lost Boys:
Obviously it's inspired by it, but the new MTV Teen Wolf takes out a totally different slant, taking more of the slant of The Lost Boys, so to speak. It still has humour, but it's basically got horror and humour. The humour is in the characters and the real situations and the teenagers, it's very real and not played for any obvious laughs - they come from the situation.
The MTV version will include great music as well as a "scary score." [Den Of Geek]
Here's your first look at this post-apocalyptic vampire-fighting movie, as it appeared on Entertainment Tonight. [Slashfilm]
Steven Moffat tells the Radio Times that Helen McCrory will play a "sexy scary vampire woman," and we glimpsed Sophie Okonedo's character in the season five trailer, and "nobody noticed." [Gallifrey News Base]
James Corden reveals one line of dialog from his episode: "No you won't. I've been in your head, remember?" [BlogtorWho]
If you stick with this show, you'll see it really take off in a big way in the second half of the season, says Esai Morales:
You have to give it a chance. I do believe that the first act of what we've done with the cast and the crew as writers and people who are behind the scenes they were literally finding themselves. And by the second half, it comes togther. The show is finding itself through characters living and eventually making adjustments to those things and that takes the season to happen.
On a possibly related note, Paula Malcomson says we'll discover more of Amanda's humanity:
Amanda does become more human as this series goes on. I think she becomes more real. She's been wound tightly for a long time, I think, career-achieving, married to a gazillionaire, becoming a public figure, all these things. And then all these things get stripped away, and we get to see the layers of her. The plot really thickens each week. It starts to fl y and there's more, I don't know … deception, chicanery and betrayal. Amanda and Daniel are in trouble, and we watch them come together and fall apart. It gets crazier and crazier
Here's what happens in episode 14, "Better Angels":
Demetri, Janis, Simon and Vogel travel to Somalia in search of clues to a mysterious tower and encounter a dangerous man who saw his fellow villagers black-out in 1991; Bryce tells Nicole that he has cancer; and Olivia attempts to get daughter Charlie to tell her what she saw in her flashforward.
We will definitely learn the identity of Suspect Zero, the non-flasher in the stadium, in the second half of the season. [E! Online]
Joshua Gomez says Morgan becomes the Alfred to Chuck's Batman. And we'll definitely see more of Morgan trying to get into the spy game, coming up:
You'll see, as the episodes progress, that he finds himself in some fun situations. Now that he knows, he's like, "OK, what's our next job?" That's how Morgan approaches life. Sitting on the sidelines is not what he does.
And when Anna comes back, she'll try to rekindle her flame with Morgan — but is she prepared for the new Morgan? [Fancast News]
You remember that clip from tonight's episode, featuring Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Sawyer, a suitcase full of money and a gun? O'Keefe says we'll pick up with her character, Ava, after she's already met Sawyer. And she does have an "intimate" scene with Sawyer. [Fancast News]
Will the real Locke ever turn up on the island again? Says producer Carlton Cuse:
We've said dead is dead and we're not really going to go back on the rules, [but] I will say that there are surprises in store at the end of the series.
And as we'll no doubt learn tonight, L.A. Sawyer doesn't have a daughter, or anyone else in his life. [E! Online]
Additional reporting by Mary Ratliff.