AWESOME Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince Trailer 3

Posted November 16, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Half Blood Prince Movie, Harry Potter, Movie Trailers

The first trailer was OK, the international trailer was great, and now they just release one of the greatest trailer in the Potter series I’ve seen. Just great with awesome music, very dark and powerful, beautiful, I haven’t enough words…

New scenes captured from the Half Blood Prince Trailer

Posted November 2, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Half Blood Prince Movie, Harry Potter, Movie Trailers

After some rumors, Christopher Nolan Talks “The Dark Knight” Sequel

Posted October 29, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight

From Worst Previews: After spending a month in Florida, director Christopher Nolan sat down with LA Times to discuss the success of “The Dark Knight” and his plans for a third Batman movie. Here is what Nolan had to say:

Well … let me think how to put this. There are two things to be said. One is the emphasis on story. What’s the story? Is there a story that’s going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years that it will take to make another one? That’s the overriding question. On a more superficial level, I have to ask the question: How many good third movies in a franchise can people name? [Laughs.] At the same time, in taking on the second one, we had the challenge of trying to make a great second movie, and there haven’t been too many of those either. It’s all about the story really. If the story is there, everything is possible. I hope that was a suitably slippery answer.

“The Dark Knight” ended with the Joker’s fate unresolved. So does that mean that Nolan will try to bring the Joker back for a second round? Nolan explains:

No, really and in truth, I only deal with one film at a time. I find myself sort of protesting this issue a lot. We’ve never attempted to save anything for a sequel or set up anything for a sequel. That seems improbable to some people because, particularly with “Batman Begins,” the film ended with a particular hook [with Jim Gordon showing Batman a Joker playing card announcing the arrival of a new villain in town]. But for me that was just about the excitement of people leaving the theater with the sense that now we have the character up and running. I wanted people to walk away with that sense in their head. You know, that he’s become the Batman in the movie. That’s why we had the title come up at the end, because it was “Batman Begins,” and it was all very specific to that.

So? What must we believe now? A sequel with Johnny Depp or not? I just hope so…

Finally the second trailer for Half Blood Prince is Here!

Posted October 29, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Half Blood Prince Movie, Harry Potter, Movie Trailers

I’m back after some long mounths of desease, work, studies and all to present you the second Half Blood Prince Trailer, which is awesome… Well see for yourself on youtube right here!

Michael Caine Reveals “The Dark Knight” Sequel Casting

Posted September 9, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight

Oh my God. One of my favourite sites about upcomming movies WorstPreviews just gave us an incredible update about the Dark Knight Sequel. Well, it will be done!

Not too long ago, it was Johnny Depp who was selected as the man we most want to play The Riddler and Philip Seymour Hoffman to play The Penguin in the upcoming “The Dark Knight” sequel. The problem is that we don’t know if a third film will be made and whether those characters will be used.

MTV News had the chance to sit down with Michael Cain, who plays Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred in the franchise, to discuss the potential third film. It was then that Cain confirmed that both Depp and Hoffman are currently in talks with Warner Brother for the exact roles that fans suggested.

They’ve already got them in mind,” said Caine. “It’s Johnny Depp as The Riddler. And The Penguin is Philip Seymour Hoffman. I read it in the paper.

Read it in the paper? So does that mean that Caine is simply reading us back the rumors that we publish? Not quite. He has confirmed the news with the studio.

When Christopher [Nolan] said we were going to do ‘The Dark Knight’ next, I didn’t know what that meant in Batman terms,” said Caine. “I said, ‘What’s the story?’ and he said The Joker. I said, ‘Oh, sh*t! How are you going to top Jack [Nicholson]?’ He said, ‘Well, I’ve cast Heath Ledger. And I went ‘Ha! I couldn’t top Jack, but if anyone could, maybe Heath could.’ And he did.

Caine continued: “I was with [a Warner Bros] executive and I said, ‘Are we going to make another one?’ They said yeah. I said, ‘How the hell are we going to top Heath? And he says ‘I’ll tell you how you top Heath — Johnny Depp as The Riddler and Philip Seymour Hoffman as The Penguin.’ I said, ‘Sh*t, they’ve done it again!’

In an earlier interview, Depp said that he would love to take a role in “The Dark Knight” sequel. So, it seems that all the pieces are falling into place.

Dumbledore will wear glasses in HBP

Posted August 21, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Half Blood Prince Movie, Harry Potter

Some fans, including me, has been worried about whether Dumbledore will wear glasses or not. Well it’s quite a relief to see Michael Gambon with it on this set.

The Warner Bros Chief Operating Officer apologies for HBP delay

Posted August 20, 2008 by berowl
Categories: Half Blood Prince Movie, Harry Potter

(Veritaserum) Alan Horn, the Warner Bros. Chief Operating Officer, has released the following statement regarding the 8-month delay in the release of Half-Blood Prince to Harry Potter fansites:

Many of you have written to me to express your disappointment in our moving “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” to Summer 2009. Please be assured that we share your love for Harry Potter and would certainly never do anything to hurt any of the films. Over the past 10 years, we have nurtured and protected each film, and the integrity of the books upon which they are based, to the best of our ability. The decision to move “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” was not taken lightly, and was never intended to upset our Harry Potter fans. We know you have built this series into what it is, and we thank you for your ongoing enthusiasm and support. If I may offer a silver lining: there would have been a two-year gap between “Half-Blood Prince” and the much-anticipated first part of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” which opens in November 2010. So although we have to wait a little longer for “Half-Blood Prince,” the wait from that film until “Deathly Hallows” will be less than 18 months. I am sorry to have disappointed you now, but if you hold on a little longer, I believe it will be worth the wait.

The countdown is now 331 days.