The Weekly Ketchup: First look at The Dark Knight, Jurassic Park IV details, hope for The Hobbit

Also, Bond 22 details and Milla Jovovich on Resident Evil: Extinction

by | August 17, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, we get a special first look at The Dark Knight, a rather unfortunate look at the Jurassic Park IV plot details, and good news for Tolkien fans. Also, Bond 22 details and controversy, and Milla Jovovich on the set of Resident Evil: Extinction. Read on.

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A First Look at The Dark Knight!
Rabid Bat-fans in attendance at Wizard World Chicago 2007 got one of the ultimate treats recently: Not only were conventioneers given an advance viewing of some footage from The Dark Knight, but they also got to participate in a Q&A with several members of the cast and crew. Luckily for the rest of us, IGN Movies was there to share the news.

Jurassic Park IV Plot Details Leaked
Over at Bloody-Disgusting, this is quickly shaping up to be the Week of News About Sequels You Will Not Want to See — hot on the heels of yesterday’s report about Alone in the Dark II, the site is offering up a bit of incredible (in the worst sense of the word) news about Jurassic Park IV.

Jackson Directing The Hobbit After All?
Just a little over six months ago, New Line’s Bob Shaye publicly stated that the Lord of the Rings trilogy’s director, Peter Jackson, was not only out of the running for the LotR prequel The Hobbit, but would “never make any movie with New Line Cinema again” as long as Shaye was with the studio. Few bridges are permanently burned in Hollywood, however — particularly where billion-dollar franchises are at stake — and IGN Movies reports that white flags might be on the horizon for Jackson and Shaye.

Bond 22 Details, Casting Rumors, and Controversy!
It wouldn’t be a Bond movie without controversy, and despite the fact that it’s still waiting for an official title, Bond 22 has just stirred up the inevitable first round of complaints — and this time around, they don’t have anything to do with the star’s supposed deficiencies: IGN Movies and The Times are reporting that the film’s planned climactic action sequence has raised the ire of animal rights organizations.

Milla Jovovich On Resident Evil And Her Ultraviolet Beef
Meeting Milla Jovovich was the highlight of RT’s visit to the set of Resident Evil: Extinction, and not just because the impish actress is as energetic as a live wire. She also spilled tons of info about her character Alice and story points from the upcoming sequel, and spoke candidly about her disappointing experience making last year’s Ultraviolet. Read on!

She takes a break from “shooting” to speak with us.

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