Filmjerk Report: Final Destinations, Johnny Cash, and Beowulf

by | September 19, 2005 | Comments

FilmJerk.com chimes in with their weekly report on the newest release date changes, theater counts, and MPAA decisions. Will "Walk the Line" be rated R? When’s the next "Final Destination" movie coming out? And when will we be able to see the Neil Gaiman / Roger Avary / Robert Zemeckis rendition of "Beowulf"?

Answers:

"Beowulf (Paramount Pictures): Robert Zemeckis follows up "The Polar Express" with another motion-capture CG animated feature, this time adapting the epic Old English poem about a Scandinavian hero who saves the Danes from the indomitable monster Grendel, which will open in theatres on November 21, 2007

Cheating Death: Final Destination 3 (New Line Cinema): The hopefully last part of the series has been bumped up two weeks, from February 24 to February 10

Walk The Line (Twentieth Century Fox): PG-13 for some language, thematic material and depiction of drug dependency"

Of course FilmJerk’s Early Report contains a lot more goodies than the ones mentioned above, plus you’ll learn a little bit about movies called "Alpha Dog," "Running With Scissors," and "Attack of the Sabretooth."

Tag Cloud

Martial Arts APB Interview GIFs Creative Arts Emmys TV SundanceTV Winners harry potter Nominations TNT GLAAD Certified Fresh Teen IFC Lifetime Drama Comedy Central Sundance IFC Films Sneak Peek SDCC Reality Calendar VICE Extras Columbia Pictures golden globes PaleyFest Amazon Bravo Mindy Kaling Action Ellie Kemper E3 Trailer Lucasfilm Western Masterpiece 24 frames FX streaming RT History Year in Review Polls and Games A&E vampires Ghostbusters National Geographic police drama romance CMT boxoffice 45 cops BET comiccon YA Video Games Ovation Countdown President adventure CBS All Access BBC America TCA 2017 transformers finale X-Men Apple zombies Christmas Fantasy cooking Marathons Netflix medical drama Watching Series Sony Pictures dc Star Trek CW Seed historical drama Lionsgate Grammys composers American Society of Cinematographers Star Wars Music Valentine's Day Summer FOX talk show MSNBC Writers Guild of America NYCC Musical docudrama GoT Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt binge Photos cults SXSW Kids & Family Premiere Dates Country ratings Mary Tyler Moore Podcast TLC TCM zombie El Rey HBO Logo Pirates Pop YouTube Red Tumblr Toys cinemax CNN ESPN Thanksgiving political drama Superheroe Universal AMC Adult Swim Shondaland Set visit dceu crossover USA Network VH1 Mystery Musicals Tomatazos TV Land CBS DC streaming service TIFF dramedy Warner Bros. Esquire Nat Geo Infographic Superheroes See It Skip It crime thriller E! science fiction Fall TV Reality Competition spy thriller Marvel justice league WGN Acorn TV The CW Winter TV TBS supernatural Rom-Com Animation Red Carpet crime Walt Disney Pictures Emmys cats ABC Family Freeform hist Disney Opinion 007 technology politics sports unscripted psycho Horror 2017 Comedy ABC singing competition Holidays Cartoon Network DC Comics History Schedule Character Guide Syfy DirecTV Rock 21st Century Fox Election Dark Horse Comics diversity what to watch 2015 Rocky Britbox Spring TV period drama serial killer OWN TCA discovery robots First Look 2016 ITV Paramount Network Fox News TruTV BBC Best and Worst social media based on movie Starz The Arrangement war Cosplay travel 20th Century Fox festivals Awards Crackle Oscars USA Comic Book MTV Super Bowl Trivia Sci-Fi Biopics Sundance Now aliens FXX Nickelodeon Paramount thriller crime drama NBC Pixar LGBTQ Hulu Food Network Box Office Disney Channel sitcom PBS Showtime biography Spike DC Universe