Comic book legend Stan Lee – creator of Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, The Avengers, and, like, the whole Marvel Universe – says his cameo career in the Marvel movies will continue, and he hoping he won’t miss out on an appearance in Captain America: The First Avenger.
“I’ve already done my Thor cameo,” Lee told Collider at Comic-Con. “Captain America, I think, will be filmed in England. I don’t have time to go there but I’m hoping that they’ll film some scenes here so that I can do that.”
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Comic-Con is crazy. You’ve got hundreds of reporters trying to get some time with all the various actors and directors making appearances at the convention. So when you finally get to sit down with whoever you’re scheduled to talk with, you’ve got very little time to ask your questions. While normally a short interview might not be worth posting, when it’s “Twilight: New Moon”, you post whatever you have as the fanbase is always wanting to hear whatever was said. So after the jump you can read a short interview with Ashley Greene, director Chris Weitz and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg. Take a look:
As you all know, Comic-Con is in full swing in San Diego and it seems like every Hollywood actor and director is here promoting their upcoming projects. One of the biggest films at this year’s Comic-Con is “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”. If you didn’t hear, almost a thousand people slept outside to be one of the first in Hall H for yesterday’s presentation. While many don’t understand the “Twilight” phenomenon, it’s very real and the fans are extremely passionate.
So if you’re one of the people that loves “Twilight”, after the jump you can read the interview I did with Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner here at Comic-Con.
This year’s panel in Hall H for “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” featured stars Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan), Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black), and Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), and director Chris Weitz. Hit the jump to read the full transcript of Stewart, Pattinson, and Lautner’s responses to questions from fans.
Once again, The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes is serving up a heart-wrenching film that, aside from its box office prospects, just might help Kleenex through today’s tough economy.
My Sister’s Keeper – based on the bestselling book by novelist and recent Wonder Woman comic book scribe Jodi Picoult – re-teams Cassavetes with his Notebook collaborators, producer Mark Johnson and screenwriter Jeremy Leven, to tell the emotion-filled tale of two parents (Cameron Diaz and Jason Patric) who, when they discover their infant daughter Kate has leukemia, decide to conceive another child to provide genetic material in hopes of prolonging Kate’s life.
As they mature, the two sisters – Sophia Vassilieva as the afflicted Kate and Abilgail Breslin as her intended savior Anna – share an incredibly close bond. So close that when Anna hires a lawyer to medically emancipate herself, against her determined mother’s single-minded wishes, it threatens to tear the seemingly normal but already fraying family apart.
It’s sensitive material to be sure, and Collider explored how the project came together, Cassavetes’ own real life family medical drama and the ways the story affected the actors with the director and his leading ladies. It’s after the jump: