There's been a lot of movement at the Potter station this weekend:
MuggleNet has released not one
, but two
new high quality galleries of images from the forthcoming Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire
Harry looks a little to much like Frodo with glasses in this
picture and I think Ron may be going through some gender
The trailer for GOF
was released online this weekend sometime after the airing of the GOF
special on ABC America. You can catch it at Apple
like every other film’s trailer at the moment.
Along with a new poster:
And a new Goblet of Fire website
. Doesn't have much of anything yet unfortunately.
It’s a big year for stop motion animation this year: Tim Burton’s new film, The Corpse Bride’s trailer
is worth a look, and you can also read an in-depth set visit article
A vegetarian horror
film. Sounds like Wallace and Gromit
to me! The Curse of the Warerabbit
is the Wallace & Gromit spin on Hitchcock thriller films.
from the USA screenings of Serenity
last week are over at Ain’t It Cool News. Only one reviewer posted spoilers, but thankfully labelled them. This is the film that I am looking forward to the most this year, and have faith that it will deliver the goods.The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
trailer has been released
. Sadly, I wasn’t able to view it in Firefox for some strange, unknown reason.
With only two seasons filmed, it looks as though HBO have cancelled Carnivale
. The second season hasn’t aired here yet, but I’m guessing there haven’t been too many questions answered and a whole lot more have been posed. I feel like going off on a ‘how typical to stop such an interesting show mid-story’ blurge, but I’m saving us all the misery.
If you haven’t heard, and chances are if you care you already would have, is that Dr. Who
is returning to our TV screens, and I don’t mean in repeats. It’s a new series and the Dr. is without scary curly hair. Catch it on ABC
at 7:30pm Saturday May 21st.
Hellboy 2 is likely
to start shooting in January 2006. Good news I say.
Other films that have sparked an interest are Aeon Flux
, and Sin City
I caught the trailers for Bewitched, Madagascar, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Herbie last week at the cinema. Bewitched was only a teaser, but made me worried about Will Ferrel as Darryn. Madagascar was a full trailer and actually looked amusing, which the previous teaser trailers didn't. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was excellent, and I loved the new Oompa Loompa song! I love all the old Herbie films, and will likely go see this new version simply to reminisce.