RED BAND Wanted Trailer in HD!!!

Even better than the real thing.

Wanted Trailer in HD !!

I haven’t read Millar‘s graphic novel yet, but the more I learn about this movie, the more I want to.

Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about “Wanted in HD“, posted with vodpod

The 25 Most Influential People in Comic Book Movies: #23 Mattew Vaughn

Matthew VaughnOne time producer behind writer/director Guy Ritchie (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Swept Away), Matthew Vaughn truly came into his own when he produced and directed the 2004 film Layer Cake. In 2006, Vaughn was hired to direct X-Men: The Last Stand. He stayed on long enough to make some important casting decisions, but had to drop out due to family issues. Shortly thereafter, he was approached by Paramount Pictures to adapt Neil Gaiman’s illustrated novel Stardust (published by DC Comics) into a feature length film.  Stardust, released in 2007, garnered positive critical reviews, if not a huge box office turnout.  Since then, Vaughn has been attached to direct Marvel’s upcoming adaptation of its longtime character Thor.  He is also writing and directing a film adaptation of a new comic created by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. known as Kick Ass, published by Marvel imprint Icon.  No release date has been announced for either film.

Influence Meter: +++


The 25 Most Influential People in Comic Book Movies: #25 Marc Silvestri

Marc SilvestriComic book artist, creator, and publisher Marc Silvestri is the current CEO of Top Cow Productions, with such successful titles as Witchblade and The Darkness. Silvestri began his career at Marvel Comics, penciling Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine, in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. In 1992, he was one of the original founders of Image Comics.  In the last few years, Silvestri has again worked with Marvel on various X-Men titles, and has contributed to Top Cow’s own Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer.  Marc is credited as an executive producer for the upcoming film The Witchblade, based on his comic, scheduled for release in 2009. He is also an executive producer of Wanted which opened June 27, 2008, starring Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, and James McAvoy, based on the comic mini-series created by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones, published by Top Cow.  In 2000, Silvestri was the executive producer of a pilot episode for a proposed animated television series based on his Witchblade comic.  He is also credited as one of the creators of the source material on which the 2007 video game The Darkness is based. Silvestri was also the associate producer of 2006’s The Covenant. Sony commissioned Top Cow to publish a promotional comic mini-series of the same name but the comic is not considered source material for the film.

Influence Meter: ++