If so, it is somehow fitting.
A script has been written for the My Little Pony adaptation by oscar winner Akiva Goldsman, which will be released next summer. The toys later spawned several cartoons and even an oscar winning animated film.
Multi-award winning and critically acclaimed actress Tori Spelling will play the main human role. Production on the DreamWorks film will begin this summer.
You may recall that in the last year just about every time a British movie is something to look at, it turns out to be his.
Francis was born in Islington, north London, and studied engineering at technical school. But realising that the chances of building bridges was minimal, he pursued his interests in photography and cinema, and got himself apprenticed to stills photographer Louis Prothero, for whom he set up lighting and carried 10in x 8in cameras.
Through a friend of his father, he then got a job as a clapper boy at Elstree studios, graduating to loader and focus puller, and later camera assistant at Gaumont-British. Stupidly, I thought that I could make a good movie anyway. This was followed by some uncredited scenes in The Day of the Triffids, including special effects, and then The Brainthe first of his titles shot in two-language versions English and German.
The first movie in which Francis exhibited his undoubted directing talent was the Hammer horror, Paranoiacwhose success brought him more projects from Hammer Studios, and later Amicus, which he took up to build his reputation.
Unfortunately, in doing so he became typecast as a horror director, a genre for which he said he had no particular affinity; he never even watched horror films. He also occasionally wrote and directed under the pseudonym of Ken Barnett.
But there were also some disastrous productions; indeed, his last films did not get a proper release at all. He understands the obligatory scene of a young maiden with a candle walking down a long hall towards a door. Every time, she goes in! I want the challenge of creating an atmosphere and the right frame for the director.
He had hoped to direct a biopic based on the life of Edgar Allan Poe, but it was aborted after the screenwriter, whose original project it was, refused to allow any changes.
I know that sounds rather facetious Francis always produced whatever was required, only warning the director that it might take a little longer.
He rarely discussed the look of films with directors, since he tried to work only with colleagues who were on his wavelength; as he put it, he would read a script and it would already be photographed in his mind. In later years, he felt that the lenses became too sharp - "all the magic is gone today" - and he hated special effects.
Asked in a Guardian interview in how he learned his craft, he replied, "By doing it". He is survived by his second wife, Pamela, whom he married intheir children Gareth and Suzanna, and by Kevin, the son of his first marriage, to Gladys Dorrell, which was dissolved in You can read the review here.
Paramount has officially announced the release of season 2 of Twin Peaks here in the US. Mark your calanders, April 10, is the big day. Unlike in Europe, the second season will be released in one set instead of two. The site includes all the dates and locations for the showings scheduled so far.
Right now it appears to be in very limited one time showings release. At best there will be a very, very limited one. Our new source says the set will be released on April 10, Hopefully we get studio confirmation about this soon.
According to our sources, which supposedly got the info directly from the studio, Twin Peaks - Season 2will be available on DVD in April, Please remember, though, that this should still be treated as a rumor, and that no formal announcement has come from the studio.
This is far from confirmed though, so take it with a grain of salt. The latest article comes from an Australian site, Moviehole.
Yep, seems David Lynch has finished scrubbing the negative Lynch wanted the print to look pristine before it got a DVD release, apparentlyParamount has rounded up some nice extras for it, and the plastic company has come through with some nifty packaging. I assume the DVD will be out in most territories around the same time, if not a little earlier.
Business Week Lynch Interview Business Week has a brief interview with Lynch in which he discusses meditation and film.
Thanks to Justin Hibbard for the link. You can view them here. Something Blue Parody The trend of fake movie trailers continues and this time Blue Velvet gets the treatment in a parody called Something Blue. Thanks to all the people too numerous to list who sent in the link.
According to the articleLynch is back in Poland for filming, and the film is still scheduled to premiere at Cannes.Dystopian fiction is making us scared.
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Since the beginning of time morality in conjunction to necessity to has been in balance for humanity to survive. The influence of the latter on The Day of the Triffids is easy to see. Each story is told in the first person by a man who reports the disaster as a piece of recent history.
‘The Day of the Triffids’, published in by English science-fiction author John Wyndham, is centred around the protagonist, Bill Masen, who has made his living working with “triffids”—tall plants capable of aggressive and seemingly intelligent behaviour.