Normally, when you fire two of your lead actresses and bring in a replacement, two actresses leave the show and a new one comes on. However, things work a little differently over on the set of Criminal Minds.
After firing AJ Cook and Paget Brewster, the producers hired Rachel Nichols as a replacement. Recently, news that Cook would be returning surfaced and it was said that the same would be true for Brewster if the pilot she was working on was not picked up. The pilot wasn’t bought and now it has been confirmed that Brewster will also be coming back, so where does this leave, their replacement, Rachel Nichols. Unfortunately, the actress has been let go, which basically means that they’ve come completely full circle.
Nichols character was introduced shortly after AJ Cook departed, at this time Paget Brewster’s character, Emily Prentiss, was still on the show. Prentiss was given a much bigger send off, her story arc spanning the majority of the season. Fans showed how much they cared for both Cook and Brewster by making a petition that got over 60,000 signatures. It’s doubtful, but perhaps Nichols will also be rehired in the future. For now the new mystery is whether or not Thomas Gibson, Hotch, will be returning next season.
What do you think? Are you sick of not knowing who will be in the next season of Criminal Minds? Are you happy Paget Brewster is returning? Do you feel sad that Rachel Nichols is leaving the show? Let me know by voting and leaving a comment below. Also don’t forget to subscribe.
Rather than give each of these things its own post, I’ve decided that they should be joined together as one post. It’s not that all three don’t deserve a separate post, it’s just that two of them already have one each and the third is going to have its own, you’ll know why by the end of the post.
There has been a lot of interest in the release date of the live action Gantz movie. I knew it wouldn’t be long before more details came out, as distributors were fighting over the rights. I haven’t heard any official announcement, but I did find out that the live action movie will be available on amazon soon. Amazon has different sites for different countries, it doesn’t has an Irish one get though, but the UK version will stock the DVD from the 3rd of October and the US version will have it from as early as the 30th of August. It’s unclear whether both DVDs are included or not.
Though it hasn’t gotten as much interest, it’s a movie I’ve personally been waiting for. Space Battleship Yamato will come to DVD and Blu-ray on the 24th of June. This news comes from the movies official blog. Unfortunately, it doesn’t specify if it is a worldwide release. I’ll be on the lookout for more details so don’t be afraid to leave a comment asking for more information.
The third thing is a solution to all the gaps that my blog acquired back before college ended, that’s right I’m finished for the summer. All I have to do now is pick which college I head to next year. Anyway here’s my solution, fake movies. I recently listened to a radio show were contestants had to mix too movies together to make a different movie. Inspired by this I will be filling the gaps with movie posters, and small plots, that mix two or more movies, TV shows, games or books together. Here’s an example.
Snooki Stackhouse is a poof haired girl who enjoys her life of drunken pickle eating in Jersey Shore. Through the magic of her poof she can read the minds of others, except supernatural creatures like vampires. It’s the perfect relationship except he has no tan and she’s dying of skin cancer.
What do you think? Are you happy about the release dates? Do you think it would work out between Bill (the Vamiation) and Snooki? Let me know by voting and leaving a comment below.
The big celebration of going over 200 posts is not quite ready. I underestimated the difficulty of what I was trying to do and now I need to invest 2 euro to fix the problem. Don’t worry it will be soon, I just need to track something down first.
Anyway, in the spirit of quick recovery, let’s get down to business. Today I have great news for Muppets fans as a new film is coming out this year. This will be the first Muppets film in over ten years. A lot has changed since then and the question has to be asked; Is there room for the Muppets in a world where kids are filled with Bieber fever and computer animation has become so popular?
Personally I don’t think it matters. Let’s face it; cinemas will be packed even if there isn’t a single child that wants to see the film. The Muppets have always been something that the whole family can enjoy, age really isn’t a factor. As long as the movie is done right I have confidence it will do great at the box office.
The plot follows Walter, a puppet, who is the world’s biggest Muppets fan. With his friends Gary and Mary, played by Jason Segel and Amy Adams respectively, Walter travels to Los Angeles where he finds out that the Muppet theatre is getting torn down by a businessman who wants to drill for oil. Walter and his friend’s then travel around to reunite the Muppets, who have all went their separate ways in the last decade, and have a telethon to raise the money to save the theatre.
It sounds like they have a very strong plot, by which I mean it sounds like something that would happen in a Muppets movie. However, times have changed and so has technology. According to Segel we’ll see the Muppets ‘doing stuff they hadn’t been able to do before’ by this he means that they will be using more advanced puppets. You may have noticed that on the poster they have legs.
The movie will feature special appearances from many celebrities, but luckily Justin Bieber is not one of them. In an ironic twist the guy who played the ‘Asian’ in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is (this isn’t random I was talking about him in a post a couple of days ago). The list of celebrity appearances is so long so I’m just going to name a few. Jack Black, Mila Kunis, Beth Broderick (Aunt Zelda), Selena Gomez, John Krasinski, Lady Gaga, Ben Stiller and many more.
As of yet there is no trailer, but I’ll post it when it’s released. It shouldn’t be long now, as the movie is set to come out on the 23rd of November. Also if you like Toy Story, you’ll be happy to know that a brand new short, featuring the characters from Toy Story, will air before the Muppets movie in cinemas.
What do you think? Are you excited for the Muppets to return? Do you think the plot is interesting? Let me know by voting and leaving a comment below. Also don’t forget to subscribe.
A trailer for the upcoming movie Final Destination 5 has been released and it looks as though producers have taking fan criticism onboard.
Many people have been complaining that the Final Destination series has gotten stale, seriously how many times can you make the same movie. The first too were great, because they had a link to each other, the third one introduced the photos which was a fun way to get the audience guessing, but the fourth just ditched the cleverness and went for 3D instead. The result was an overly bright example of how bad some actors are.
The trailer for Final Destination 5 shows that the franchise is going back to its roots. It’s darker and the deaths are less comical and more cringe worthy. The opening deaths are always one of my favourite parts. However, the writers try to make each opening better than the last and number three’s rollercoaster was hard to beat, four failed, but I think five might have succeeded.
Number five’s premonition takes place on a wire bridge. It doesn’t sound like much, but it looks great. There’s so much going on and so many characters to choose from, I’m already wondering who survives. Those that do survive will have a good chance of clinging on to their survivor status, because this movie will see the return of Bludworth (played by actor Tony Todd) who was last seen in Final Destination 2 and last heard in Final Destination 3. I was worried that he would appear for a few seconds, but from the trailer I can see he gives a whole speech to the survivors. I’m excited to see how they find him considering that all the survivors from the movies that featured him are dead.
Another good point about the trailer is that, and I could be wrong here, but it looks like the actors can act. I know I’m as shocked as you are. I never had a problem with the actors in the original trilogy, I hate to keep picking on it, but it was only four that I thought had really bad actors. Other people think the bad acting goes back furthered, but I think we can all hope that it ended with number four. We won’t really know until we see more though, but enjoy the trailer and let me know what you think by voting and leaving a comment below. Also don’t forget to subscribe.
Robert Pattinson goes from an animal eating vampire to a circus veterinarian as he attempts to take his career in a more serious direction. Will his plan work or will he always be haunted by Edward Cullen?
Water for Elephants started out as a book by Sara Gruen. It was Gruen’s third book and was initially turned down by her publisher. Since publication, in 2006, it has become a bestseller and can be read in 44 different languages. The story is narrated by Jacob Jankowski, a 90 something year old man living in a nursing home. Jacob reminisces about his life as veterinarian in a circus. While working at the circus, he met, and fell in love with, a married woman named Marlena, as if that wasn’t bad enough, her husband is a paranoid schizophrenic.
The movie follows the same plot and stars Robert Pattinson as Jacob, Reese Witherspoon as Marlena and Christoph Waltz as August, Marlena’s Husband. Both critics and movie goers have criticised the chemistry, or lack of chemistry, between Pattinson and Witherspoon. It seems that the 11 year age gap may have taken a toll on their performances, which, to be honest, isn’t surprising. Besides that there isn’t much criticism to be said, but chemistry between characters can make or break a movie. It really makes me wonder if, when casting for the movie, they were looking for chemistry or just big names.
Though not my type of movie, I have to say that, from the trailer, the movie looks very well put together. If you’re an animal lover you should be warned that there are some scenes of animal cruelty. The cruelty toward animals was also present in the book, because it was very common in circuses back then, but no animals were actually hurt it’s all just Hollywood magic.
What do you think? Does this movie help Robert Pattinson become a more serious actor? Is the book better or worse than the movie? Did you think there was chemistry between Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson? Let me know by voting and leaving a comment below. Also don’t forget to subscribe.