Ok, I was reading a review of the script of the upcoming Punisher: War Zone on and I saw that it made mention of “free runners.” I didn’t know what this was, so I looked it up on Wikipedia, and this lead me to reading about the French art of parkour, by which I quickly came to be fascinated. This is way cool stuff. You may have seen this kind of movement in films such as District B-13, Wanted or Casino Royale. Check out the videos below.

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NEW Punisher War Zone Official Trailer 2 !!!!

More Punisher: War Zone material! Here’s the 2nd trailer, featuring Jigsaw. Now, honestly, I’m becoming a little uncertain about this movie and Red Sonja after seeing the new stuff that’s come out in the past 72 hours. I hope these films aren’t ruined by over-zealous studios looking to make a quick buck. That’s right, Gale Anne Hurd, you heard me! This is your SECOND Punisher movie, and the THIRD one to hit theatres! DON’T BLOW IT! 

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NEW Punisher: War Zone restricted footage from Comic-Con

Full of unapologetic violence, as we would expect from a movie based on Marvel’s MAX version of the Punisher. Also, we get a look at Jigsaw in this clip.


The 25 Most Influential People in Comic Book Movies: #3 Kevin Feige

Kevin Feige is Marvel’s 21st century boy. He began his comic book movie career as associate producer of X-Men in 2000, and moved on to become co-producer of X2 in 2003 and executive producer of X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006, working with the likes of #19 Ralph Winter, #16 Lauren Shuler Donner, and #9 Bryan Singer. By this time, Feige had also worked in some sort of production capacity on eight other Marvel films, including Daredevil, Elektra, Hulk, Spider-Man 2, The Punisher, Blade: Trinity, Man-Thing, and Fantastic Four. In 2007, Feige was named President of Production at Marvel Studios. He continued to serve as executive producer of more Marvel properties that year, including Spider-Man 3 (made with #11 Sam Raimi at the helm) and 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (working again with Ralph Winter). In 2008, he produced the enormously successful Iron Man and the also popular The Incredible Hulk (with the contributions of star writer #12 Zak Penn and famed producer #21 Gale Anne Hurd.) With the success of these two films, things look good for the future of Feige and Marvel Studios. Marvel’s relatively new comic book movie production studio has several ambitious new projects in the works, as does Feige himself. He is serving as executive producer of the soon to be released Punisher: War Zone, and will be an executive producer, with #22 Micahel De Luca, of a planned 2009 release of The Hands of Shang-Chi, based on the Marvel character of the same name. Feige will return to the X-Men franchise, accompanied by Lauren Shuler Donner and Ralph Winter, with their production of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, scheduled for release on May 1, 2009.

Influence Meter: ++++++++++

Another NEW Punisher: Zone Poster featuring Ray Stevenson !!!

Bringin’ out the big gun…

NEW Punisher: War Zone Poster featuring Ray Stevenson !!!

Hey Frankie, why so serious?

Punisher: War Zone Teaser Trailer !!!!

This looks like it’s gonna be AWESOME!

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