Arrested Development is widely known as one of the funniest, smartest and most under-appreciated TV shows ever to hit the small screen, and we’ve had an update on the long awaited film…
Director Edgar Wright (working from a series of graphic novels by Bryan Lee O’Malley) keeps the pace at breakneck speed, so you have to pay attention but if you can keep up you’ll notice that – for a video game influenced action film – this actually has a lot of heart to it.
Scott Pilgrim vs The World is one of the coolest and most original movies to hit cinema screens in 2010, joining only Kick-Ass and Inception in that league of “mind blowing originality”.
The long gestating Gilligan’s Island movie has finally taken one step closer to realisation (for several years, Adam Sandler and Chris Farley were mooted to take on the roles of Gilligan and The Skipper respectively) after Warner Bros. and Atlas Entertainment confirmed they had begun development on a feature film based on the iconic CBS sitcom.
The film adaption of the cult TV series has long been a talking point (it’s been on and off more times than Ghostbusters 3), but it seems that cameras are expected to roll in 2010 which would mean Tobias Funke and Gobe Bluth could be hitting the big screen as early as 2011 if all goes to plan.
It wouldn’t hurt to already be a zombie fan, but even if you’re not Zombieland is definitely worth a visit.
Can’t get enough of Michael Cera’s infectious awkwardness? It’s like the guy is suffering an enternal puberty – but it’s hilarious to watch, and he’s back again with yet another effort to please the indie masses with Youth In Revolt.
When it comes to Arrested Development’s cult love child, Michael Cera, there are really only two modes in which he can deliver: Awkward… and REALLY Awkward.