Did you know those killer motorcycles in the new Terminator Salvation movie (out on May 21, 2009) are Ducati Hypermotard bikes? I guess the Ducati designers around the time of judgment day decided they should go for a more scary and human-destroying look.
Or the Italian Ducati designers were killed by Italian terminators, and then the machines took over designing the new bike… I don’t think I’m a fan of their creative concept.
Hit the jump for their video and a few pics.
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**SPOILER WARNING – If you’ve never seen a Friday the 13th movie I might ruin some stuff for you. You’ve been warned! **
He was born on Friday the 13th, 1946. His mom also avenges his death on his birthday but while his mom is doing her best to give Jason his revenge-filled gift, she gets her head chopped off.
What a confusing time for Jason. Happy Birthday, you’ve almost drowned, your mom was killed, and it’s time for revenge.
The new Friday the 13th remake opens today (very appropriately) . I shouldn’t say remake as it borrows from the first 3 Friday the 13th movies (Jason doesn’t get that mask until the third movie).
The story follows a bunch of teens (of course) who stumble across a run down Camp Crystal Lake (bad luck). Slasher horror ensues. Clay, a motorcycle-riding-bad-boy, has journeyed to the camp to try and find his sister who’s been missing for several weeks.
Will Clay find his sister amongst a pile of dead teenagers who have had a run in with Jason Voorhees? Will there be some kind of action sequence involving a motorcycle burn-out on Jason Voorhee’s hockey mask? (the movie is produced by Micheal Bay, of the Transformers movie fame. I won’t be surprised if this is actually in the movie). Head to your local theatre to find out.
Full trailer and a bonus video of the ending of the original Friday the 13th are after the “jump”.
Tron, not my favorite movie of all time … but it did have those light cycles and deadly Frisbees.
26 years later these things have been deemed cool again and there’s enough nostalgia out there to warrant a sequel: Tr2n (or Tron 2.0).
Jeff Bridges, star of the original Tron in 1982, is set to play “Kevin Flynn” again in this sequel alongside Eomer, son of Eomund.
The script has gone through a few re-writes in order to appease the Gods at Disney, but judging from the 3 minute teaser trailer below, it looks like it’ll have some nice updated eye-candy.