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Celebrating the return of ‘Breaking Bad,’ PJ McQuade has put together this brilliant “Darth Heisenberg” piece. PJ’s description for the artwork is as follows: “Walter White has gone over to the Dark Side, for reals. He is the one who knocks. He is the danger! Most importantly, he’s in the Empire business. Tread lightly.” 13” X 19” signed and dated giclée print, available here. All orders also receive a free 3” X 4” Darth Heisenberg sticker too. More from PJ McQuade can be over at his store, website and tumblr.
“Into The Further” Featurette For James Wan’s ‘Insidious: Chapter 2′ – Starring Rose Byrne & Patrick Wilson
This new behind-the-scenes featurette has arrived online for ‘Insidious: Chapter 2,’ the sequel to the low-budget 2011 horror pic. The sequel returns screenwriter Leigh Whannell and director James Wan as well as Barbara Hershey, Rose Byrne, Patrick Wilson and Ty Simpkins from the original, which grossed $97 million worldwide on a budget of $1.5 million.
The first ‘Insidious’ told the story of Josh and Renai Lambert and their son Dalton, confronting the demons that possess the young boy. The project was picked up by Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and distributed by FilmDistrict. ‘Insidious: Chapter 2′ follows the haunted Lambert family as they seek to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. The film is set for September 13th.
Yahoo! Movies has revealed this first poster and batch of images for ‘Parkland.’ Based on the book ‘Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy’ by Vincent Bugliosi, the adapted screenplay is written by award-winning journalist and novelist Peter Landesman, who is making his directorial debut. ‘Parkland’ stars Zac Efron, Marcia Gay Harden, Billy Bob Thornton, Jacki Weaver, Paul Giamatti, James Badge Dale, Jackie Earle Haley, Colin Hanks, David Harbour, Ron Livingston, Jeremy Strong and Tom Welling.
‘Parkland’ recounts the chaotic events that occurred at Parkland Hospital in Dallas on the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, November 22nd, 1963. Part thriller, part real-time drama, ‘Parkland’ is described as a “ferocious, heart-stopping story of unexceptional people fighting for survival and reaching for heroism in an exceptional time.” The film is eyeing a 2013 US theatrical release around the 50th anniversary of the assassination.
Fun Star Wars/Sherlock Crossover Art Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock, Martin Freeman’s John & Louise Brealey’s Molly
Sherlock, John, and Molly – Case Shenanigans, by Art By Lexie. “This is some rescue…”
Deadline are reporting that Kirsten Dunst is set to play the female lead opposite Joel Edgerton and Michael Shannon in Jeff Nichols’ ‘Midnight Special.’ Sarah Green and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones are producing with Nichols, who’s also writing the project. Warner Bros had previously acquired the script before setting Nichols to direct. The project would mark the filmmakers first studio movie with both ‘Take Shelter’ and ‘Mud’ successfully taking the festival route before being picked up for distribution by smaller distributors. In the film, a father and his 8-year old go on the run when dad realizes the boy has some kind of special powers. As an enormous fan of both ‘Take Shelter’ and ‘Mud’ I’ve got incredibly high hopes for this!
Natalie Portman Talks ‘Thor: The Dark World’ & Jane Foster’s Relationship With Loki: “I Don’t Think She’s Quite As Forgiving As Thor”
With Thor (Chris Hemsworth) transporting Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) to Asgard at some point in ‘Thor: The Dark World,’ Jane finds herself assisting the Asgardians as they face the evil Dark Elves in the Marvel sequel. As depicted in the trailers, the Dark Elves are so deadly that Thor must free his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to help combat this new “greater” threat. Given what happened in both ‘Thor’ and ‘The Avengers’ this doesn’t sit very well with Jane who purposely slaps Loki in the face proclaiming, “That’s for New York,” a reference to the God of Mischief’s intended alien invasion of the Big Apple at the end of the Joss Whedon blockbuster. HitFix asked Portman if Jane feels this new evil is worth allowing Loki some redemption. Portman noted, “I don’t think she’s as quite as forgiving as Thor is. Often times we protect the people we love more than we protect themselves. But, he’s helpful in some places. Evil people can think like other evil people.”
Since the first ‘Thor’ film, Jane has always dreamed of visiting other world and her reaction to actually visiting Asgard turns out to be something of a surprise. “Things that she’s marveling at seem like high technology to her are like kids toys [to them] and they are such an advanced species that even though she’s this astrophysicist she’s totally inferior to all of them,” Natalie Portman says. “So, I think it’s a good humbling experience for her.”