To the right is a one-minute recreation of Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later, a film I never quite understood all the love for, but am obviously in the minority on that assessment.
Next is confirmation from Paramount Pictures that Paranormal Activity will see a release in 20 new cities this coming weekend after more than 230,000 fans demanded the film come to them. Here’s the list:
- Atlanta, GA (Atlantic Station)
- Chicago, IL (AMC River East)
- Dallas, TX (AMC Northpark)
- DC/Baltimore (AMC Georgetown)
- Denver, CO (Regal Continental)
- Detroit, MI (AMC Forum)
- Houston, TX (AMC Studio)
- Las Vegas, NV (Rave Town Square)
- Los Angeles, CA (Arclight Hollywood)
- Miami, FL (AMC Adventure)
- Minneapolis, MN (AMC Rosedale)
- New York, NY (AMC Empire)
- Philadelphia, PA (National Amusement Bridge)
- Phoenix, AZ (Harkins Tempe Marketplace)
- San Antonio, TX (AMC Huebner Oaks)
- Sacramento, CA (Cinemark Complex 14)
- San Diego, CA (AMC Mission Valley)
- San Francisco, CA (AMC Metreon)
- San Jose, CA (AMC Mercado)
- Tampa, FL (AMC Veterans)
If you don’t see your city on the list you can head to Eventful.com to “demand it.” The film will continue to play exclusively as a midnight only showing.
Apparently Fox actually made the live action and CG-animated adaptation Marmaduke based on the popular, long-running comic book strip about the Winslow family’s Great Dane and made the film with a large cast for director Tom Dey. The cast includes Amanda Seyfried, Jeremy Piven, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Ron Perlman, Judy Greer, Lee Pace, Steve Coogan, William H. Macy, George Lopez and Damon Wayans Jr. Coming Soon reports the news saying the movie was shot in Vancouver over the summer and is currently scheduled for a release on June 4, 2010.
The site also adds the following information regarding who plays what:
Amanda Seyfried voices “Mazie,” Jeremy Piven is “Bosco,” Ron Perlman plays “Chupadogra,” Christopher Mintz-Plasse (aka “McLovin”) is “Guiseppe,” while Black Eyed Peas singer Stacy “Fergie” Ferguson is “Jezebel.” Steve Coogan voices “Raisin,” George Lopez is “Carlos” and Damon Wayans Jr. provides the voice for “Thunder.”
Now we come to Disney animation as I have a brand new three-minute clip from The Princess and the Frog directly below.
And finally, I have a pair of posters, one of which I added just yesterday and the other I added a while back but never mentioned until just now. You can click on each one for a larger look in our gallery.
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