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Spock Prime Returning to the Next Star Trek Movie!? Likely!

Word on the street is that Nimoy who officially retired from acting just can’t resist his call of duty on the USS Enterprise! It seems we hear it right from the Vulcan’s mouth here in this CNN interview that they are indeed in talks! Obviously he was one of the BEST things about the reboot as his appearance in the movie solidified the new and old timeline as one and made all of the old movies and TOS still relevant. I say two Spock’s are easily better than one.

I wonder however how good ol’ Shatner feels about this? What do you all think is there room or want for Kirk prime to star in an upcoming Star Trek movie?

The Griswalds going back on Vacation!

It’s a time right now for EVERYTHING nostalgic! That’s right expect the unexpected because from what I understand the Griswalds are slated to return once again to return to Wally World before it closes it’s gates forever. A script is being written for their next Vacation where their son Rusty is taking his family along with his parents back on the road for some more mayhem! The big question now is who they are going to get to be Rusty this time? I personally think it’d be great to see Anthony Michael Hall reprise his role. However I have a feeling that won’t be the case as they probably think they need some star power comedian like Adam Sandler (please no!) or Seth Rogen to fill the spot.

I had a feeling that this was going to become a real posibility when I saw the recent short Hotel Hell: Vacation Continue reading

Joe Dante’s Return to the Supernatural!

I am pumped for Joe Dante’s new upcoming movie, The Hole. As you may already know Joe Dante was responsible for such classics as Gremlins, The Howling, Innerspace, The Explorers and horror classic Pirahna (now being remade) in the late 70’s. Most recently I rewatched “The Burbs” which was another great movie he helmed as well as Twilight Zone: The Movie. His movies always have that almost family friendly 80’s quality to them, even his later “horror” films and I mean that in a very good way.  A feel that you don’t find so much in modern cinema anymore. Well his next movie is supposed to have that old school feel to it. He compared it in recent interviews to the 80’s classic “The Gate” which is one of my all time favs. He also stated the film will be in 3-D and will deliver some classic chills. I personally would love to have that feeling again I had when I first saw Gremlins. I have a feeling this film is going to be ALOT of fun…check out this Interview with Joe as he gives a little more insight on this family friendly horror movie: