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'Dead Space' The Movie Is Still Happening

And it's just as well, because those that actually end up happening are often disappointing to put it mildly. Though for better or worse, a live action adaptation of EA's Dead Space is still happening, contrary to what some might have believed. According to Desturctoid , citing a report from Variety , the project has been in the works for at least three years now. Back in 2009, DJ Caruso was announced to be the director, but not much has visit their website happened after. Since then, several other properties that EA was shopping around Hollywood also failed to gain any traction, including Mass Effect, Army of Two, The Sims, Spore, and even Dante's Inferno. <br>Source:

A predictably mean woman with no lips and a tough shell, Dean Hardscrabble doesnat think Mike is scary. Neither does Sulley. A legacy kid who immediately finds a home with the cool frat boys, Sulley is the de facto jock who makes everyone elseas life at college a nightmare a especially nerds like Mike and his equally geeky friends. Mike and Sulley are cut from entirely different pieces of Oxford broadcloth, but when a school challenge forces them onto the same team, the bullying morphs into monstrous respect. Sweet, but snore: There isnat a single new twist in this worn-out arc about the importance of truth and friendship, which not only feels like a complete betrayal of the original premise, it makes the relative success of Monsters University somewhat depressing. <br>Source:

Aurora marks anniversary of movie massacre amid gun debate

On Friday, Carlee Soto came to mark the Aurora killings, although she lost her sister five months later. First-grade teacher Victoria Soto, 27, was killed in the elementary school massacre in Newton, Connecticut. "Every situation is different," Carlee Soto said. "From a movie theater to an elementary school to a church, it's all different. But we all carry the same grief, and we all share the wanting to change our gun laws." A handful of gun rights advocates peacefully protested the event Friday. One of them, Rob Blancken, said all Coloradans should remember the tragedy. "It's also a tragedy that a firearm was not allowed to be used inside that theater that may have prevented that tragedy," Blancken said. <br>Source:

Disney's 'Teen Beach Movie' breaks ratings record

And thats not what we did. We made an incredibly ambitious, sprawling low-budget movie. We wanted to include all of those smaller parts that fans really loved. Does he want to make more Veronica Mars movies? Oh, yes I do! I want to be a Bond franchise. I hope we make a ton of money with this one and get to do it via the normal channels. <br>Source:

'Veronica Mars' movie: Check out the new trailer

Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Disney's 'Teen Beach Movie' rides ratings wave Sun's out, surf's up and 'Teen Beach Movie' is out Friday on Disney Channel. Click through for a sneak peek of the movie with comments from the stars! Bob D'Amico, Disney Channel Fullscreen Brady (Ross Lynch) and McKenzie (Maia Mitchell) are stunned to find themselves trapped inside a '60s-style movie. Though Mitchell has seen beach party flicks 'Beach Blanket Bingo' and 'Gidget,' ''My character is completely unfamiliar with this genre of film,'' she says. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel The first scene from the movie-within-a-movie, 'Wet Side Story,' has lots of Beach Boys-influenced sounds and 'Beach Blanket Bingo'-like sights. ''We got really used to being in colorful '60s outfits. That became our norm,'' says Mitchell of filming Kim Kardashian shoe collection last year. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Fullscreen Brady is excited to sing and dance inside his favorite movie. Fans of Disney Channel's 'Austin and Ally' know that Lynch is a skilled dancer (he's been taking classes since about age 5) and musician (his band R5 is touring now). Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Biker Butchy (John DeLuca) and surfer Tanner (Garrett Clayton) go head-to-head for control of local hangout Big Momma's. <br>Source:

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