The new trailer for Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens has hit and it looks as awesomely bad as we could have hoped. It’s been five years without a Sharknado and the country has grown complacent. Mother Nature didn’t forget, she just bid her time and grew stronger…and now she’s created even more unnatural and awesome meteorological events for Fin, April, and our heroes to battle with. Check out the craziness, including a Chippendale dancer giving a flying shark a crotch thrust, below the break. Continue reading →
More photos from the set of “The Dark Tower”show Roland and Richard Sayre played by Jackie Earle Haley. For those that don’t remember, Sayre is a Low-Man or Can-toi, and is a servant to the Crimson King. He and Roland don’t cross paths in the book, where he is killed by Susannah after giving birth to Mordred, but since this is set AFTER the book series, anything is possible. He’s seen ripping a door off a car, and involved in a shootout with Roland.
Jackie Earle Haley has black dots on his face where it will be changed in post-production. The low-men actually have rat-like heads with a human mask over the top. From a distance they can pass as human, but up close you’ll notice an open wound in the forehead that the mask – itself a living organism, uses to breathe. I cannot wait to see this film. Any other Tower Junkies out there traveling the path of the beam? Comment below if Ka wills it.
As shooting continues on Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, it seems to be more and more likely that this film is set AFTER the books take place. Spoilers about the books and how it affects the film are ahead, so tread carefully. Continue reading →
The first photos of Matthew McConaughey on The Set Of The Dark Tower have surfaced. The actor is playing The Man in Black, also known as Randall Flagg, Walter o’Dim, and the Ageless Stranger. Idris Elba plays the Gunslinger Roland Deschain, and they will be joined by Jackie Earle Haley, Fran Kranz, Kathryn Winnick, and Abby Lee. The film is not a direct adaptation of the book and these shots were taken in New York City which plays a big role in the latter books in the series.
Directed by Nikolaj Arcel, The Dark Tower is currently set to be released on February 17th, next year. Do you think McConaughey looks the part of Walter? Do you think he can bring the charm and menace to the role? Sound of Dark Tower fans!
Scott Park took some of the most iconic vehicles of film and television and gave them a Mad Max makeover. What’s cooler that seeing the Krystal Ship or the A-Team van transformed for survival in the post-apocalypse? Seeing the Bluth stair car outfitted with machine guns, and the Pizza Planet truck equipped with a harpoon gun.