ANIMAL AUGUST: Sandworms
How big can a worm be and still be a worm?
It becomes a snake at some point, surely, no?
UltraCulture has created a graph illustrating the differences between the Final Destination movies.
First look at Daniel Radcliffe in “The Woman In Black”. Directed by James Watkins.
Hitting theaters on Feb. 3, 2012, in “The Woman In Black,” Radcliffe plays a father and grieving widower who discovers the ghost of a scorned woman set on vengeance. “Harry had his share of harrowing moments, but this film is far more harrowing than any of the Potter films,’’ Radcliffe told EW this week, who says that it was relatively easy to portray a dad because he got his real-life godson to play his onscreen son. ‘‘I guess I cheated a bit,’’ he laughed. Directed by James Watkins (”Eden Lake”), the horror/thriller and drama also stars Ciarán Hinds
Writer/director Kevin Smith tweets about the possible positive effects of piracy.