Here’s another foreign poster for Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster sci-fi horror, Pandorum:
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I have found this Friday Poster thing a nice feature for the site. Great work Rob!
So let’s see… I need to see how well Princess & Frog does (critically of course) to give it a go. I haven’t been sold on any of the trailers so far, so… On the other side, Dr Parnassus is a sure thing for me and I have said before maybe I’ll take a look at Fantastic Mr Fox, but it just doesn’t look appealing to me…
@Iron Knight – I agree about Fantastic Fox. I like Wes Anderson though plus it’s old school stop motion animation and I dig that. Can’t be worse than Gamer.
@ Iron Knight
Glad you like it
Sorry for this Vic. I know this post is not for this but since I can’t find an open discussion post, this just have to do. Di you read the BS that this reporter on Yahoo post
(Too Old for Action
By Amy & Nancy Harrington, GetBack.com)
Clearly this 2 person donno how to apresiated Veteran actor, Yes I know they on there age but dam they still kick A.. on action and I dont think anyone care if they pass 55+ nor look good like they asalted Nocolas Cage looks. Dam who care as long they give a great action pack let them do there thing. I am #1 suported on aged men and woman who want to keep it up on today sociaty, intead on been on a sofa and drinking beer till they pass away. Amy and Nancy who care you opinion just keep it to you self.
Here what they wront on yahoo
Surrogates” star Bruce Willis does not appear to be laying off the action roles. While on one level we completely respect that, on another we just can’t help but think he should be leaving the butt-kicking to the younger guys.
Aside from the occasional low-energy part in such films as Barry Levinson’s “What Just Happened,” Bruce is still keeping things amped up in movies like 2007′s “Live Free or Die Hard” and the upcoming “Red.” How does the 54-year-old actor pull off these high-octane performances? Maybe he’s using a surrogate.
Willis’ new film brings to mind a whole bunch of aging stars we think are simply too old for action
Arnold Schwarzenegger, 62
When he took office in 2003, it looked like Arnold Schwarzenegger was hanging up his loin cloth and leaving his action hero past behind him. But somehow, the 62-year-old megastar/politician has managed to find the time for an appearance in Sylvester Stallone’s latest action extravaganza, “The Expendables.” We wonder if he used one of his standard California employee two unpaid days a month to shoot his scenes. Regardless, Arnie may still be buff, but he’s better off in a suit, leaving the action roles to younger men.
Clint Eastwood, 79
Clint Eastwood clearly started to lay out his post-action hero plan B very early on. With his 1971 directorial debut, “The Beguiled: The Storytell,” Dirty Harry began to establish himself behind the scenes as a director. Sure, Clint still acts in some of his films. But he’s smart enough to take on the roles of low-key, gruff sage who’s pushing all the young whipper-snappers around. And he knows when to stay off camera all together, too. The 79-year-old Academy Award winning director will not be appearing in his next two films, “Invictus” and “Hereafter.”
Harrison Ford, 67
It makes us cringe to even say this, but here we go: Harrison Ford is 67 years old. Han Solo, our first childhood crush, is well into his AARP years, and yet he refuses to slow down. We just can’t help but think he’s a little long in the tooth to be chasing Nazis or, worse yet, space aliens. But despite a sometimes creaky performance in 2008′s “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” Harrison’s announced he’s ready to go with “Indy 5.” Sure, Shia LaBeouf will be back to do more of the heavy lifting, but it will still be hard to watch Ford huff and puff his way alongside his much younger co-star
Sylvester Stallone, 63
Sylvester Stallone is clearly not willing to accept that he’s a 63-year-old former action star, and he won’t let go. Quite the contrary. In his next film, “The Expendables,” he’s pulling together a who’s who of fading action heroes, from Dolph Lundgren to Mickey Rourke. Sly explained, “I wanted to do a film that was more about men and just doing things that we did back in the ’80s and ’90s with films that were a little bit more men on men, and actual physical stunts, and also a story that isn’t super-gigantic.” Thank goodness someone’s perpetuating the Hollywood legacy of overblown action films with no story line.
Nicolas Cage, 45
Personally, we like our action stars to have something going on upstairs. No, we don’t mean brains. We mean hair. From the female perspective, the thing that makes a good action movie is watching a really hot young actor run around for two hours getting all sweaty and dirty. Nic’s already quirky looks are just not standing up to the test of time. So even though he’s only 45, we think it’s time he packed it up and moved back over to dramas.
I tell you if i find a way to post a replay on there article ill do it but can’t reply on it.
ooops sorry for my typing I was doing it wile I was in a meeting LMAO but it readable