Escape from Planet Earth's mediocrity is absolute and unrelenting

Escape from Planet Earth's primary quality is that it's 90 minutes long. Its second quality is that it does not at any point play Smash Mouth's "All-Star." Oh, it wants to. Desperately. It practically screams it from every frame of it's remarkably good enough CG. But it knows that to use it would date the movie… » 2/15/13 2:20pm 2/15/13 2:20pm

If Journey 2 is a hit, then who should star in Journey 3?

Journey to the Center of the Earth starred a ridiculously game Brendan Fraser, who mugged his way through a series of computer-generated situations in 3D. Now the second movie, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, stars an equally "why the hell not" Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Plus an "as long as I get paid" Michael Caine. » 1/23/12 2:56pm 1/23/12 2:56pm

Brendan Fraser: I Could Have Been J.J. Abrams' Superman!

Brendan Fraser was asked to don the super-spandex in the J.J. Abrams' Superman: Flyby » 9/12/08 7:30am 9/12/08 7:30am film (which was being developed way back in '02- '04). But the incredibly complicated story of Abrams' Superman never panned out, but I still want to see the sweeping Kryptonian civil war trilogy, featuring Lex Luthor as an agent.…

Monkeybone Hatred Reigns in "Meet the Creators" Panel for "Journey to the …

At the panel about Journey to the Center of the Earth, Brendan Fraser was on hand, along with producer Charlotte Huggins, "3D expert" Ed Marsh. Brendan Fraser spent most of the time extolling the virtues of James Cameron's new Fusion camera system, which they used to make this. Despite being sick, Fraser spent a lot of… » 2/23/08 11:00am 2/23/08 11:00am

Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D Gives Good Monster

Late last night, a bunch of Wondercon nerds piled into a theater across from Moscone convention center to see a special 30-minute preview of four monster-packed scenes from upcoming 3D epic Journey to the Center of the Earth. Hitting theaters in July, it's the first live action 3D film done using James Cameron's new… » 2/23/08 10:42am 2/23/08 10:42am