In a stunning non-revelation, it turns out that Neill Blomkamp wants Peter Weller for his RoboCop sequel. Like, fucking obviously. Not surprising. I mean, the dude *is* RoboCop. That said, let’s get this fucking done.
RoboCop being rebooted? Ehh. But wait, it’s being directed by Neill Blomkamp? Hmm. And better yet, the original writers are involved? Well, sign me the fuck up!
Neilllllll Blomkamp’s Alien movie gets more and more interesting. From pitch, to wet dream, to reality, to direct sequel to Aliens? Aiight.
What a difference a week makes. We’ve gone from Neill Blomkamp being all like “Fox would let me make that Alien flick I pitched” to Neill Blomkamp…making that Alien flick he pitched. Dope!
The press blitz for Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie has begun, and brings with it Director Nougats. One of the more intriguing little bits of pointless drivel to come from Blomkamp’s pressers so far is this: he’s like, totally, totally certain that Fox would make his Alien concept.
Sweet drizzled tits! Chappie is dropping in March? That’s fucking soon. Despite my disappointed with Elysium, I can’t help but be stoked for this new joint by Blomkamp. His themes are dope, and his visuals are fucking out of control.
Truth be told: I’m at work and I can’t watch this trailer. But I really want to. Double truth be told: I thought Elysium was raw ass. But I’m willing to forgive and forget that movie’s existence. C’mon Neill Blomkamp. Fucking wow me.
Who the fuck else would it be Caff, if not Microsoft? I know, I know. Hashtag redundancy. Anyways, before Neill Blomkamp was known for District 9 the good sir directed a series of stunning Halo short films. Bro was even involved in a movie adaptation. But things went and got stalled, which prompted Blomkamp to throw up the deuces. Dare we say the sir is returning to the franchise?
Goddamn, this trailer. Hot off the presses (okay, not really), hardening me tits. Here is hoping Elysium delivers wht I’ve yet to receive this Popcorn Season: a slam-bang special effects shrapnel bomb that transcends its status as just that. A man can hope.