Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Diary Of A BadMan 9 Update

The end has come by Renaldo Kell! 

ye boi ye! Well diary of a badman has been captivating us for the past year. Now the 9th in the series will be hitting youtube this coming saturday the 22nd 2011. But looks as thou the series is coming to an end. Humza made a comment on twitter when badman ends will you still love me. Let's hope the final two will entertain us like the others did.

If you would like to see the trailer for episode 9 click the link below:

Monday, 10 October 2011

Chris Evans Discusses The Avengers And Gives A Brief Update On The Captain America Sequel

Chris Evans provides a brief update on the Captain America sequel, his experience filming The Avengers, and what currently has Marvel's attention.

Here are a few excerpts from an interview Chris Evans did with Red Eye Chicago where he discusses standing next to Chris Hemsworth, the Captain America sequel and fanboy pressure:

You got in great shape for “Captain America,” but do you feel smaller when standing next to Thor/Chris Hemsworth for “The Avengers”?
Oh, yeah, he’s a big dude, man. He’s a big guy.

What’s that like when you spend all that time pumping up and then you go stand next to him?
Well, that’s the way it’s supposed to be. He is a God.

And Captain America’s just an average dude?
That’s right.

How are things going with “The Avengers”? I feel like it would be like hanging out at the All-Star game.
Yeah, it was great. It was a great experience … It couldn’t have gone better. I almost should knock on some wood. It was too good. We all got along so ridiculously well; that type of stuff doesn’t happen in films. It’s just so lucky for a franchise that it happened on a film that we’re all going to be stuck together for quite some time.

What talk has there been lately of the Captain American sequels? When are those starting, and what’s something you’d like to see for those?
The sequels probably won’t start ‘til late next year, so they’re still working on the script. They really haven’t told me much. They’ve got their hands full right now with the third “Iron Man” and trying to get “The Avengers” out.

What’s the challenge of one-upping a good movie like “Captain America” with “The Avengers” and the “Captain America” sequel?
It’s just making sure the fans stay loyal. The comic book fans are pretty harsh and aggressive, and they know what they like and they know what they want, and trying to keep them happy is important. They’re the reason we’re making these movies. So the challenge is always making sure that the die-hard comic book fans are satisfied.

How do you know when they’re satisfied?
Well, you don’t. You just gotta hope. That’s the gamble.

What’s the most memorable reaction you’ve had from someone since you’ve been “Captain America”?
Nothing too crazy. People are pretty respectful. “Hello. Can I take a picture? Sign something.” I haven’t had anyone throw their underwear at me or anything like that.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

BRAVOSPAN: Marvel's The Avengers

BRAVOSPAN: Marvel's The Avengers: Release Date: May 4, 2012 Studio: Walt Disney Pictures, Marvel Studios Director: Joss Whedon Screenwriter: Joss Whedon Starring: Robert ...

Marvel's The Avengers

Release Date: May 4, 2012
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures, Marvel Studios
Director: Joss Whedon
Screenwriter: Joss Whedon
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan SkarsgÄrd, Samuel L. Jackson
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: Not Available
Official Website: Marvel.com/Avengers_Movie
Review: Not Available
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Plot Summary: Continuing the epic big-screen adventures started in "Iron Man," "The Incredible Hulk," "Iron Man 2," "Thor" and "Captain America: The First Avenger," "Marvel's The Avengers" is the superhero team up of a lifetime. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as SHIELD, finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins.

Monday, 3 October 2011

The BrotherHood (Exclusive)

 BRAVOSPAN LIVE 04/10/2011

Well ladies and gentlemen, have I got news for you. The creators of the comedy web series Ronald & Vishhnuu will be producing a action horror web series called The Brother Hood, which releases next year. Director Renaldo E. Kell said,"We decide to expand on our filming talents and do something a bit challenging and serous." The web series will make its debut on www.youtube.com/rekkonentertainment channel.We'll keep up to date as we fill you in.

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Sunday, 2 October 2011

‘Glee’ director prepares for ‘Mortal Kombat’ film

 Sept. 30, 2011 | 1:03 p.m.

Kevin Tancharoen didn’t originally intend for the world to see his “Mortal Kombat” work. The 27-year-old director of “Fame” and “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” made an eight-minute video last year called “Mortal Kombat: Rebirth” that featured a new, grittier setting and origins for characters from the 19-year-old video game fighting series. His intention was to show the short to executives at Warner Bros. and its label New Line Cinema and demonstrate that despite his background in choreography and directing the unsuccessful 2009 remake of “Fame,” he was the right choice to bring Mortal Kombat back to the big screen after a 14-year absence.

However, a YouTube snafu resulted in “Rebirth” being posted publicly on the site, where it garnered millions of views thanks in part to supportive tweets from celebrities such as “The Guild” creator Felicia Day, who, like Tancharoen, is represented by International Creative Management.

Based on the short’s viral success, Warner Bros. gave Tancharoen $2 million to produce a nine-episode Web series, called “Mortal Kombat: Legacy,” in support of the new Mortal Kombat game it released in April. Now New Line has agreed to make a new Mortal Kombat movie with Tancharoen directing. Shooting is expected to start in March, with the movie coming out in 2013. The director talked to Hero Complex contributor Ben Fritz about the road so far.

BF: In all honestly, when you made “Rebirth,” how likely did you think it was you’d be here now, about to direct a full-length feature film?

KT: It was such a crapshoot for me. I honestly felt it was 50/50. Previous to doing it I had some discussions with Warner executives about Mortal Kombat, but they didn’t go anywhere. This video was meant to be a showcase that I didn’t only have to do dancing stuff, even though that was primarily my background. I was desperate to get into the genre space. As a director you can get typecast just like an actor. I knew nobody would risk putting my name in front of a genre movie. There would be an outcry by fans with everyone asking, “Why are you getting the guy who did ‘Fame’ to make ‘Mortal Kombat’?” I knew I had to get some credibility.

Mortal Kombat is heading back to the big-screen

New Line is hiring the filmmakers of the popular Mortal Kombat digital series, made earlier this year by corporate sibling Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, to take on a new adaptation of the classic 1990s fighting game.

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The movie deal marks the end of a journey for Kevin Tancharoen, who will direct the new film. Tancharoen, a choreographer for Madonna and Britney Spears who directed the 2009 remake of Fame and more recently the Glee concert movie, directed a short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth as a proof of concept for a Kombat movie he tried to pitch. A huge fan of the video game (and knowing Hollywood wouldn’t give him a shot at the title), he enlisted Oren Uziel to write the short and hired actors such as Michael Jai White and Jeri Ryan.

The short was viewed more than 10 million times on YouTube, and although no movie deal materialized, he was asked to direct the 10-episode web series, which debuted in April, attracting more than 50 million unique visitors.

STORY: 'Fame' Director Helms New 'Mortal Kombat' Digital Series for Warner Premiere

Off that success, Warners and New Line execs thought it was time to try to revisit a big-screen effort. (New Line made a Mortal Kombat movie in 1995, which grossed more than $70 million domestically and helped launch a directing career for Paul W. S. Anderson. A follow-up movie in 1997, however, fizzled.)

Uziel is returning to write the new movie, which is still in the development stages. There is no actor attached and the new story will not serve as an extension of the game or digital series.

Saturday, 1 October 2011

Broken Promises 3 Review

Well it's back again, that's right, the third installment of the franchise broken promises. Well so far the movie looks good all thou the plot has not been revealed in the trailer. Some even might say that this is the best one so far. Looking at the trailer itself the picture quality and the way it was shot has improved alot. I will have a full review after the release of the feature so watch this space.

You can view the trailer here: