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The Weekly Ketchup: Atonement Is Golden, Michael Bay VS. Microsoft, A-Team Has A Director

Also, yet more Dark Knight and Iron Man stills, and Jeff Bridges ready for Tron 2.

by | December 14, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, Atonement has nothing to make amends for as the Golden Globe nominations are announced, Michael Bay takes up the cause of the common movie viewer, and John Singleton loves it when a plan comes together. Also, the next batch of Dark Knight and Iron Man stills hit the web, and Jeff Bridges gives the thumbs up to a Tron sequel.

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Atonement Leads Golden Globe Nominations
The nominations for the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning. Did your favorite films, stars, and songs make the cut?

Michael Bay Exposes Vast Microsoft Conspiracy

Have you been holding off on purchasing hi-def components for your home theater because you’re confused by the whole HD DVD vs. Blu-ray conundrum? Michael Bay feels your pain — and he says it’s all Microsoft’s fault.

John Singleton Directing A-Team Movie?
Break those Chevy Astro 7 vans, mohawks, and Members Only jackets out of mothballs — the A-Team movie may have found itself a director!

New Dark Knight, Iron Man Images!

So, uh…anybody feel like looking at new stills and/or artwork from The Dark Knight and Iron Man?

Jeff Bridges Ready and Willing to Do Tron 2
Rumors of a Tron sequel have been teasing fans of the early ’80s classic for years. Tron 2.0 was one version, but that ended up becoming a videogame. Now Flynn himself, Jeff Bridges, has confirmed that he is ready to entertain an offer, which he expects to come by his office soon.

Bay enlightens LaBeouf about the virtues of Blu-Ray

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