A discomfited George Lucas issued a press statement late Monday evening, shortly after he learned of the faux pas posting of the title of the new Star Wars movie on his website:
No doubt, most of you have heard the news about Rollerball, that MGM plans on making it a more consumer friendly PG13 rated film… you know, for the kids. This decision seems to have caused a firestorm of anger amongst one group of GFBs at one of our fellow movie webmaster sites. The one major bone of contention amongst this angry crowd? The potential loss of a full frontal Rebecca Romijn-Stamos nude scene.
Hell, you know a movie is really screwed when the fanboys are more pissed off about losing an unnecessary nude scene than anything else.
It was announced this week that Blockbuster will not be renewing the revenue sharing deals they currently have with the major studios. How does this affect you? In several nasty ways. A little background for those outside the video industry:
As I left work today, I was feeling really bad about myself, so I decided to check out the latest “comedy” from The Mouth…
To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much this film. I don’t think much of Mrs. Douglas, and I wouldn’t classify myself as a level one Billy Crystal fan. Joe Roth can run a studio, but his previous outings as a director have left much to be desired.
Back in mid June, Mr. X caught us up with the state of POTA at that time. Below is what we originally printed…
WARNING!!! THIS REPORT MAY CONTAINS SPOILERS!!!
Apparently, our scoop from last Friday morning was only half correct. One of our friends sent in this report from the San Diego Comic Con…