Two more posters have been released for Iron Man 2. Only a week longer to wait until the film is released, is it just me or has it felt like forever?!?!
A couple of days ago now I receieved a press release for the Iron Man 2 soundtrack which is featuring songs from AC/DC. What are everyone’s thoughts on this?
Read more to see the soundtrack listing!
I guess I have nothing better to do but thought I would have a look into the future of film and pick out some movies that I am looking forward to being released in 2010. At this very moment in time, my list of what I really want to see only contains 10 movies. I am sure as time goes by this will increase to so many more . . .
I have just come across the first picture of Mickey Rourke as Whiplash from “Iron Man 2″ which is due for release next year.
This really is becoming a movie that I cannot wait to see !!! I really loved “Iron Man” and just to see Mickey in this type of role is going to be great.
Again no suprise at all here. All of the Twilight fans must have been out in force on the voting front over the past few weeks. Dont get me wrong while I have been posting these as I love Twilight. I loved the book more than the movie, but it was still good. I just think when you compare to the other nominations, such as “The Dark Knight” and even “Iron Man”. I bet HSM3 was second to Twilight.
But anyway I do enjoy these awards as it gives other movies and actors a chance to realise that they were found entertaining. When the Oscar noms and winners may not have brought in as many people to watch the movies.
I will definatly be posting some pictures tomorrow . . .
Very interesting nominations, but good that younger stars and not normally award movies get to be nominated.
Vampire blockbuster Twilight and Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire will lead the charge at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards after scooping seven and six nominations, respectively.
The bloodsucking love story, based on the book by Stephenie Meyer, will compete for prizes including Best Movie, Best Female Performance for Kristen Stewart, and Breakthrough Performance Male for both Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.
Slumdog Millionaire stars Freida Pinto and Dev Patel are also up for the Breakthrough Performance accolades, while the film will go up against Twilight, The Dark Knight, Iron Man and High School Musical 3: Senior Year in the Best Movie category.
Meanwhile, Anne Hathaway (Bride Wars), Angelina Jolie (Wanted) and Kate Winslet (The Reader) join Stewart in the Best Female Performance line-up, and Zac Efron (High School Musical 3), Shia Labeouf (Eagle Eye) and Robert Downey, Jr. (Tropic Thunder) will fight it out for the Best Male Performance title.
Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana: The Movie) and Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical 3) will go head-to-head for the Breakthrough Performance Female award, while Cyrus is also nominated for Best Song From a Movie for Hannah Montana.
Real-life Slumdog Millionaire lovebirds Patel and Pinto have also earned recognition in the Best Kiss category, alongside Twilight’s Pattinson and Stewart, James Franco and Sean Penn for Milk, and Paul Rudd and Thomas Lennon in I Love You, Man.
The Dark Knight’s Christian Bale and the late Heath Ledger will battle it out for Best Fight alongside Seth Rogen, James Franco and Danny McBride for their scrap in Pineapple Express.
The Golden Popcorn prizes, nominated and voted for by MTV viewers, will be handed out in Los Angeles on 31 May.
Tim Burton‘s big-screen adaptation of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street is leading the nominations for the 2009 Empire magazine film awards.
The musical is up for five prizes including Burton for best director, Johnny Depp for best actor and Helena Bonham Carter for best actress, while also receiving nods in the soundtrack and horror categories.
Depp will battle it out for the best actor title alongside Daniel Day Lewis (There Will Be Blood), Robert Downey Jr (Iron Man), Christian Bale (The Dark Knight) and Daniel Craig (Quantum Of Solace).
Bonham-Carter will vie for the best actress statuette with Angelina Jolie (Changeling), Ellen Page (Juno), Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky) and Olga Kurylenko (Quantum Of Solace).
There Will Be Blood, No Country For Old Men, The Dark Knight, Iron Man and Wall-e will go head to head for the best film prize.
The ceremony will take place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 29 March.