Audrina Patridge is sure to get a whole new group of stalkers thanks to her bikini-clad pictorial in FHM U.K. The star of last year’s sexy slasher Sorority Row and MTV’s horrific rich-bitch soap “The Hills” graces the cover of the magazine’s April issue.
The shots feature Patridge and her magnificent breasts frolicking beach side in various bikinis. The issue is available online and wherever the hell they still sell these things called magazines.
Guardians of Ga’Hoole author Kathryn Lasky broke some exciting news about Zack Snyder’s film adaptation of her books today. The trailer for Legends of the Guardians (that’s what it’s called now)will make its debut in the States and the U.K. ahead of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland on March 5.
My big news is about the Guardians movie! A trailer for it will be shown all across the country attached to Alice in Wonderland starting March fifth. Go look for it. By the way, the movie is called Legend of the Guardians. Hollywood is worried that nobody except you will know what Ga’Hoole means.
The Legend of the Guardians trailer runs 2 minutes and 15 seconds and will be presented in 3-D, where available. The film is due in theaters on Sept. 24.
Looks like author Seth Grahame-Smith is going to be one rich bastard. His new novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Grand Central Publishing) arrived in bookstores today and is already set to be adapted for the big screen by producers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov, the visionary team behind last year’s criminally underrated 9.
Tim Burton: Vampire Producer
Smith’s Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter re-writes history by pitting the 16th U.S. president against an army of vampires in a secret battle set against the backdrop of the Civil War. The 34-year-old author will adapt the screenplay from his novel.
A trailer for the book, directed by Adam Reid, debuted earlier this week.
The friendly degenerates at Grindhouse Releasing would like to remind all you shut-ins about the extremely groovy theatrical re-release of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, playing at midnight on Friday, March 5 at the Nuart Theater (11272 Santa Monica Blvd., West Los Angeles, CA).
Grindhouse’s theatrical director David Szulkin writes:
Grindhouse Releasing has been blazing a bloody trail across the country with midnight screenings of director Sam Raimi’s THE EVIL DEAD. The company has now struck a brand-new 35mm print of the horror classic to debut this Friday, March 5 at Landmark’s Nu Art theater (11272 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Los Angeles, CA).
“We’re expecting a sold-out crowd for EVIL DEAD in Los Angeles, following our successful openings in New York, Seattle, Dallas, Houston, Portland, and other cities,” says David Szulkin, Grindhouse Releasing’s theatrical director. “Demand for the movie led us to make a new print, which includes our all-new horror trailer show. Our plan is to keep EVIL DEAD playing in theaters throughout 2010.”
Grindhouse has teamed with the Austin, Tx.,-based Alamo Drafthouse franchise for upcoming dates in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Alexandria, Va., and has struck deals with arthouses and other indie venues to keep the EVIL DEAD tour rolling through major cities in the coming months.
Raimi and producers Robert Tapert and Bruce Campbell gave the go-ahead for the EVIL DEAD revival to Grindhouse Releasing partner Bob Murawski, the Academy Award-nominated film editor of THE HURT LOCKER, Raimi’s SPIDER MAN 1, 2 & 3, DRAG ME TO HELL, and the EVIL DEAD sequel ARMY OF DARKNESS.
Harrison Ford confirmed to the BBC that he, George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg have whipped up a premise for a fifth Indiana Jones adventure.
The 67-year-old actor said:
Steven [Spielberg] and George [Lucas] and I are sort of agreed on a germ of an idea and we’re seeing what comes of it.
The process works like this … We come to some basic agreement and then George goes away for a long time and works on it. Then Steven and I get it in some form, some embryonic form. Then if we like it, we start working with George on it and at some point down the line it’s ready and we do it.
Let’s hope the fifth Indy movie makes up for the disappointing Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Sucks Balls in the way that Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade totally redeemed the series after the cinematic jerk-off that was Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. For starters, maybe kill off the Transformers kid and replace him with a hot daughter ala Kelly Brook.
The Indiana Jones franchise has made close to $2 billion worldwide.
Sharing the stage with Lindelof and Cuse were go-to-director Jack Bender, cast members Terry O’Quinn John Locke), Michael Emerson (Benjamin Linus), Nestor Carbonell (Richard Alpert), and Zuleikha Robinson (Ilana) and a few of the program’s writer/producers.
As “LOST” fans have come to expect, very little was actually revealed during the panel, with Lindelof and Cuse warning fans not to expect answers to every mystery presented during the show’s six seasons.
That said, the evening did provide plenty of teases, the most notable being:
1. We will see the Man-in-Black again,
2. Richard Alpert and Ilana may share a common trait (more will be learned about the two when they exchange words during a future episode).
3. Charlie and Widmore will return.
4. Desmond and Penny will be seen again. We’ll aslo find out if Desmond was really on the plane during the flash-sideways in the season six premiere episode.
5. Hurley and Libby’s connection will be addressed.
6. Walt may or may not return (though his dog Vincent will).
7. Jacob’s proclamation that people are coming to the island will prove to be true.
8. Lindelof said that the word he would use to describe the final three hours of “LOST” is “water.”
IGN scored some pretty fun and insightful interviews with the show’s creators and writers during their coverage of PaleyFest 2010. Take a look:
The Paley Television Festival runs through March 14 at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills, CA.