July 25th, 2007


Greg Grunberg added to 1-18-08 Cast

Thanks to a Project Cloverfield reader, Casey F., for sending this to me. It looks like Greg Grunberg has been cast for the 1-18-08.com movie.

One movie that Abrams is casting Grunberg in is the buzzerific disaster flick known only by its myriad working titles (i.e., Cloverfield, 1-18-08, Slusho). "It'll probably be something where no one will be able to tell it's me," he said. "As you know, J.J. calls me his good-luck charm, so he's got to put me in there somewhere. I actually went to the set the other night, and it was really exciting and cool. The budget is not astronomical. But they're doing incredible things."
Michael Ausiello
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Tie in comic premiering at SDCC?

Adapted from my blog post:

IDW teases two projects for SD Comic Con:


Correction to be had - it appears the pic on the right is for a comic adapation of a story by Cory Doctorow. The proof of this is in the direct-link name of the pic. I might have stayed speculative, because Newsarama doesn't always label things helpfully, but it bears out. (credit to sethlombardi, who left comments in a few places pointing it out; my blog is also carrying this correction) The comic cover on the left is not labelled in any descriptive way, however, but I can't see how it links.

For now, may as well ignore it.

A Clearer look at the "Monsterous" Poster

Chalk another one up to the guys (and gals) at Unfiction.

a nice clear pic of this supposed poster. 
Interesting things about it: 
1) the Paramount logo in the right bottom corner, if this is a fake then whoever made this poster is in trouble for using a tradmarked image and implying they endorse the poster
2) the monster's path of destruction looks to basically be a straight line, no random destruction to other buildings, just what is in its path (to what???)