Thursday, 30 August 2012

Overriding The System Official Trailer

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Nightmare On Elm Street 2 Is Coming, Likely In 3D

The final box office figures are in for this past weekend and they show that Platinum Dune’s A Nightmare On Elm Street remake grossed $32.9 million in its first three days of release – that’s just about enough to cover production costs on the new Freddy Krueger flick.
Needless to say, Warner Bros. is already looking to develop a sequel that would see Jackie Earle Haley back as the metal-clawed Krueger – and yes, there’s a good chance his next killing spree will be in 3D.

You might recall that Nightmare On Elm Street producer Brad Fuller was hesitant last week to start talking up a sequel – especially given the recent death of his Friday the 13th: Part 2 3D project.  Now that his new horror remake is a hit, however, it’d probably be a safe bet to assume that Fuller will be onboard for another venture down Elm Street.
Warner Bros. distribution president Dan Fellman certainly is, having already announced that – although there is neither a story nor the beginning of a script for A Nightmare On Elm Street 2“[the Nightmare On Elm Street opening weekend] is the largest horror opening in the April-May corridor, and it just proves there’s a lot left in the franchise.”
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It looks like Nancy and Co. won't be living the quiet life anytime soon.
For now, Nightmare On Elm Street scribes Wesley Strick and Eric Heisserer – who will also pen the upcoming Final Destination 5 – seem all but set to pen the sequel as well.  Director Samuel Bayer – who made his feature-length directorial debut with the remake – has in the past claimed that would not be back for another outing with Freddy Krueger.  Of course, as he admitted to Dread Central last week, “Don’t rule me out just yet if there is a sequel.  You never know how things work out. I’d love to do it again.”
So at last we come to the million dollar question – will A Nightmare On Elm Street 2 be in 3D?
Well, producer Brad Fuller has already spoken on this matter and has insisted that he believes “3D movies have to be designed and written as such… I don’t want to shoehorn the story just so we can use 3D technology.  I do really think [a Nightmare On Elm Street] movie and the visual style would work well within a 3D environment, though, so you never know.”
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Hopefully, a 3D 'Nightmare On Elm Street' sequel would look better than this.
Of course there is one other question – do fans want to see A Nightmare On Elm Street 2?
The Nightmare On Elm Street reviews seems to be mixed at best – you can read our review HERE – as the flick has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of only 16% and an IMDB average around 6.1, currently.  The biggest issue that a lot of moviegoers seem to have with the film is that it’s simply unoriginal, unimaginative, and lacks the charm of previous Freddy Krueger films.
But what do you think?  Are you psyched for the Nightmare On Elm Street sequel?  Do you think the 3D factor could solve some of the problems that the remake suffered from?
We’ll keep you posted on the progress of A Nightmare On Elm Street 2 as more information comes in.

Friday, 24 August 2012


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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Ntuzuma Arts Festival 2012

Ntuzuma Arts Festival
Price:R10@ door Call to book
The Inaugural Ntuzuma Arts Festival, is scheduled 
to take place on the 31 August & 01 September 2012. 
As this is the first Ntuzuma Arts Festival; the focus is on 
the careers, business and study opportunities available 
in the creative arts, media and entertainment industries.
For more information about the festival, the participants, 
contributors and exhibitors:
Contact Festival Organiser: Nelisa Mzimela 078 906 520 or 
Sbonelo 076 884 2680 
Facebook Page: Ntuzuma Arts Festival

Monday, 20 August 2012

Smile For Pete's Sake

You know, when you got this hot girl, who is your friend on facebook, who loves to take pictures of herself. The only problem is that she has never smiled since I've known her in the pictures she takes. I mean, is it so hard to show joy. Imagine what she looks like when she cries. Lmao! But anyway, I will get her to smile, even if it takes a thousand years. Follow me on twitter @renaldoemilekel

I've waited to long

Okay, what is the deal? I've been waiting for this film to get released on DVD for a couple months now. It was released in Ster Kinekor threaters last year November. Now it seems as if they not conserned with putting it on DVD. I think we must rebel against The film is called BROKEN PROMISES 3 THE FINAL INSULT. Join the director on twitter @KumaranNaidu

Sunday, 19 August 2012

The Adventures Of Rory & Connor: The Buglar Who Made Tea

Faith In What?

Are you happy just barely making it through the months. When will we
stop having faith in our jobs and have faith in God? When people say,
"Things are bad I really need a job," it really frustrates me. From my point
of view all you need is God. God wants you to be bless and have your
own business or career. Not barely make it every month. But as long as
you make excuses and sit on your behind, you will never archieve God's plan for your life.

Sunday, 12 August 2012

After 3 weeks as box office king, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ falls to #3

After dominating the box office for three straight weekends, The Dark Knight Rises has been dethroned by The Bourne Legacy and The Campaign. Christopher Nolan’s latest Batman movie pulled in a domestic total of $19.5 million this weekend, earning it the number three spot. That puts the domestic gross at $390.1 million and the overall worldwide gross at $835.4 million. With still another month or two left to go in theaters, I think The Dark Knight Rises is on track to hit that $1 billion mark.



Steel Ntuzuma Arts Festival Trailer

A Dark Street Fighter In The Works?


I was sitting in front of the PC looking through some pictures of Street Fighter and realize something...... Street Fighter the movie can be a dark and gritty film. The ideas that I had took the version of Street Fighter and turned it on it's head.

Firstly I would get rid of Ryu and Ken's costumes, cause in the games it works, but not in film. I would base it around Bison's tournament that he put together to find the best warriors to build he's army. But mostily I would focus on Ryu, which will take a whole trilogy, how he goes darker into the powers that he was given.

That would be alot more interresting. But first I would like to do a youtube video to prove my point but I need budget for that. If you want to see a darker Street Fighter, just press the donate pay pal button on this site, to help that vision come alive.

Thank you
Renaldo Kell


Friday, 10 August 2012

Ntuzuma Arts Festival 2012 Steel Makes A Appearance

The film Steel, starring Daniel Brisley and Kerusha Kisten will make it's debut at the Ntuzuma Arts Festival on the 31st of August. Director Renaldo Kell explains that the film was actually suppose to be a dark and gritty movie.
But when there was no budget that had to do it less serious and more fun which gave new comer, Daniel Brisley a chance to experience acting first hand.
With the help of Co-Producer Vishal Singh, it became a no budget film that was action packed and filled with suspense.

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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Warner Bros. wants Ben Affleck to direct ‘Justice League’

With Christopher Nolan declaring himself out of the running for JUSTICE LEAGUE, Warner Bros. has approached another of its go-to directors in Ben Affleck, who’s expected to discuss the project with studio brass in the coming days, multiple sources tell Variety's Jeff Sneider and Justin Kroll. Since guiding WB’s THE TOWN to commercial success and critical acclaim from both sides of the camera, Affleck has ascended high on the studio’s list of filmmakers who can be trusted with prime properties. Thus far, Affleck is the only candidate who’s been sent Will Beall’s JUSTICE LEAGUE script, which the GANGSTER SQUAD scribe was hired to write last summer. DC Comics’ answer to Marvel’s Avengers, JUSTICE LEAGUE is expected to bring together marquee characters
Justice Batman and Superman, as well as Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and The Flash. Affleck has made it clear that he’s only interested in directing films in which he also stars — THE TOWN and ARGO are proof of that — so its likely that if this pairing ever came to fruition, he would don a suit of his own. One possible hesitation on Affleck’s part is that any involvement with JUSTICE LEAGUE would take him out of circulation as a director for a few years. He could, however, still fit in an acting gig at Warners. Affleck has spent the last several weeks mulling an offer to star in topline Greg Berlanti’s long-gestating sci-fi drama REPLAY, which WB has spent more than a decade developing. Based on Ken Grimwood’s 1987 bestseller, story follows a man who dies and gets the chance to relive his life over and over again, changing partners and professions each time. JUSTICE LEAGUE won’t likely be ready for release until summer 2015, which could put it up right against Marvel’s AVENGERS 2, which has Joss Whedon returning to helm.

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