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  Cloverfield Sequel Confirmed?
Posted by: Christine on Feb 8th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

A page has been added to IMDb for the untitled Cloverfield sequel everyone’s been talking about. There’s nothing on the page, but it can be found under Untitled Cloverfield Sequel (2009). Hopefully that means we’ll be hearing more info on the movie soon.


  Movie Themed Avatars
Posted by: Christine on Feb 2nd, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Movie Themed AvatarsI meant to write about this a month ago when I found it, but it got lost in a sea of Google Bookmarks.

RopeofSilicon has a collection of movie-themed avatars for you to download and use. My personal favorite is the NPH one from the poster for Harold and Kumar 2.

They also have ones with Heath Ledger as The Joker, Cloverfield, Star Trek, Sex and the City, and a ton more. Go get yours at

  Cloverfield Monster Being Shown in TV Spots
Posted by: Christine on Feb 1st, 2008 Leave a Comment »

I just spotted a short Cloverfield TV ad that actually showed the monster. If I’m not mistaken, that’s the first time they’ve started showing the monster in promos. Maybe they want to prove to all the naysayers that the monster is, indeed, awesome.

Has anyone seen the same ad? Or an earlier version showing the monster?

UPDATE 02/04/08: The new spot is now up on YouTube. Check it out below.

  Most Popular: January 2008
Posted by: Christine on Feb 1st, 2008 Leave a Comment »

2008 got off to a great start with the release of Cloverfield, but ended in tragedy with the death of Heath Ledger, an extremely talented young actor. It was a busy month for movie news, and a sad month for Hollywood. Here’s what was most popular on MovieSnobs for January 2008.

  1. The Third Annual Snobbies – Every year since we started the MovieSnobs we have held our own movie awards, voted on by our readers. The readers who vote for the most number of movies that win are eligible to win great prizes. This year the grand prize is free movies for an entire year. First prize is an 8 GB Apple iPod Touch.
  2. The Prestige Explained – Mike’s minute-by-minute explanation of The Prestige has our readers debating the entire plotline down to the last detail. Join the discussion if you’ve seen the movie.
  3. 40 Hottest Women Over 40 – Mike took a look at the lovely ladies of Hollywood that have passed their 40th birthday. The list includes Eva LaRue, Maria Bello, and Famke Janssen. Have one you’d like to add to the list? Tell Mike about it in the comments.
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  Cloverfield Sequel
Posted by: Christine on Feb 1st, 2008 Leave a Comment » has the info on the proposed Cloverfield sequel. The sequel rumors have been floating around ever since the record-breaking opening weekend.

I’d be happy to see a Cloverfield sequel, especially if it’s one of the few rumored plots the internet community has come up with:

  • the same movie, but from the point of view of the military
  • an attack on a different city
  • or Mike’s idea of showing all the news footage that we didn’t see during and after the attack took place

What about you? Would you be willing to pay to see a sequel to Cloverfield?

  New Releases – 01/29/08
Posted by: Christine on Jan 29th, 2008 1 Comment »

Sketch comedy, a remake, and a video game documentary are the hot DVD releases this week. Anyone else thinking of going to see Cloverfield instead of hitting Best Buy this week?

  Will It Bomb? 1/25/08
Posted by: Katy on Jan 25th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

While the entertainment industry is still reeling from the tragic and sudden death of Heath Ledger earlier this week and that of Brad Renfro last week, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of sorrow and shock. For me, these emotions cannot express my thoughts about the losses of two young actors who possessed true and undeniable talent. As with other greats who passed long before their time, their individual lights had yet to reach their full brightness. I can only hope that their families, friends, loved ones, and fans will keep the memories alive and those lights will continue to shine as intensely as ever.

However, as sad as how the entire course of events has transpired, as they say in this business, the show must go on. As always, the newest films are still slated for release by their respective studios, and I am here to give you all the details about the odds of them either turning a nice buck or going right down the tubes. It’s time for this week’s edition of WIB?.

What’s it looking like this weekend? Read on…

How She Move: When her family goes broke and can no longer afford to send her to an elite private school, a teenager returns to her rough and tumble neighborhood, battling her former childhood friends. Joining a step dancing group, a major competition’s prize money may be what she needs to get her back on track.
Will It Bomb? Absolutely. This has to be easily the fourth or fifth step dancing movie that has come out in the last 2 years. In addition, we all know at least 10 films that have to do with personal struggle and overcoming adversity. I see no success for this film. They should have sent it straight to DVD.

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  Did It Bomb? Weekend of 1/18/08
Posted by: Katy on Jan 22nd, 2008 Leave a Comment »

All right, guys! For those of you who checked out last week’s WIB?, you’ll notice that, for some pretty good reasons, I dubbed it the Money Hungry Edition. All those flicks revolving around stealing dollars and making dollars… Money, money, money! Well, now, did those flicks bring in the kind of cash that I expected them to? Was the burning hunger for big bucks quelled? It’s time to find out!

Welcome to this week’s DIB?!

Cloverfield: Who has not heard or read anything about this film in the last 6 months or so? That’s how long they’ve been running this unbelievable marketing campaign! A vicious “thing” has been running rampant through NYC and destroying everything in its path. I’ve been wondering if this was just going to be something like Godzilla (which we’ve seen repeatedly). That would not make me happy!
Will It Bomb? It’s going to premiere at the very, very top of the list and will blow away all the others and simply rake it in! Mark my words!
Did It Bomb? I was right on the button, my friends! It debuted at #1 and raked in an impressive $41 million!!!
Outcome: Score! 1 out of 4.

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