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    How Much Time Between Episode II & III?
    Thursday, July 11, 2002 10:24 CDT

    Star Wars producer Rick McCallum has answered a pretty interesting question on the official website.

    There was 10 years between Episodes I and II. How much time will pass between Episodes II and III?

    Right now, it looks like around 2 to 3 years.

    It looks like not much time will be needed for Anakin to turn to the Dark Side. Thanks to TheForce.net for the lead.

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    Marvel's The Hulk is being developed for television in both live-action and animation, sources told The Continuum.

    Like with its other movie franchises, Marvel is seeking to develop a television version of the Hulk. Work continues on a Spider-Man animated series for MTV, and X-Men: Evolution enters its third season on Kids' WB! this fall.

    TV versions of Daredevil and Blade have also been speculated.

    It's possible the Hulk could be on television in both live-action and animated formats. Unless the animated version goes to a pay cable station, it figures on being skewed toward a younger audience, similarly to X-Men: Evolution.

    Most likely start for any Hulk TV shows would be fall 2003, following the June 20, 2003 release of the movie.

    Production of director Ang Lee's The Hulk continues. The film, except for a trailer and an early press conference, has been closely guarded for the most part. But last weekend at Wizard World Chicago, Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada said to expect a media blitz closer to the release date.

    "The Hulk arguably could be the most popular Marvel super-hero because of that TV show years ago," Quesada said. "The word on the street is that Universal is going to try to saturate the media as much on Hulk as Sony did with Spider-Man."

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    NEWS - U2's Second Greatest-Hits Set Coming In November
    07/11/2002



    (7/11/02, 4 p.m. ET) -- U2 will release a second volume of greatest hits on November 12. Titled U2--The Best Of 1990-2000, the album follows the multiplatinum first volume, U2--The Best Of 1980-1990, which came out in 1998.

    The new album will draw tracks from the band's four studio albums recorded during the last decade, and will also include songs "Ms. Sarajevo" featuring Luciano Pavarotti and Brian Eno, from the Passengers' Original Soundtracks Vol. 1 album; "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me," recorded for the 1995 Batman Forever film; and two new U2 songs recorded specifically for the album, at least one of which will be released as a single.

    As with the U2--Best Of 1980-1990 album, a special edition double-disc version of the album will be available during its first week of release. The special edition will include the hits disc plus a second disc featuring B-sides and rarities from the '90s.

    In addition to the new CD, U2 will also be releasing a The Best Of 1990-2000 set on DVD and video, which will mirror the tracks included on the standard album, but will also include some special features, unseen videos, and commentaries from the video directors.

    -- Mark Bergman, Montreal

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    BOB DAISLEY: "Would The Real OZZY OSBOURNE Please Stand Up?" - July 12, 2002

    Former OZZY OSBOURNE bassist Bob Daisley recently spoke to Australia's Undercover about his ongoing legal battle with the Osbournes over unpaid royalties and songwriting credits on OZZY's solo albums. Bob says he wrote all the lyrics, not OZZY, as it is widely believed.

    The following is a transcript of the conversation between Daisley and Undercover reporter Paul Cashmere:

    Paul Cashmere: So Bob, which songs did you write the lyrics for?

    Bob Daisley: Pretty much all of them really from the Blizzard of Oz album (the very first one), Diary of a Madman, Bark At The Moon, The Ultimate Sin, No Rest for the Wicked and the last album I played on was No More Tears but I didn't write anything on that.

    PC: That body of work has a fair chunk of OZZY signature tunes.

    BD: OZZY is actually quoted in interviews of saying "when I wrote this" and "when I wrote that" and "what I meant here" but he didn't write of the lyrics, so it is a bit of a blatant inaccuracy for him to say that.

    PC: How come you weren't originally credited?

    BD: When the songs were written we just put the songs down to not to specifics as to who had done what. Most of the vocal melodies are OZZY's, although some of the vocal melodies on Diary of a Madman were Lee Kerslake, the drummer. Randy Rhoads was the riff merchant who came up with the basic riffs, although having said that, Randy and I worked on the musical side of it together to create the finished song. A lot of the music is mine as well. All the lyrics are mine. OZZY had a couple of ideas, like for a song title or he'd say "I want this song about this" or whatever but a lot of the songs are completely mine including title and what the song is about, the storyline or whatever.

    PC: Run through an example then.

    BD: Well, "Suicide Solution". That was a pretty controversial song that was on the first album. It was controversial because a young lad in America had killed himself. I think he was about 18. That was during the 80s. They found a copy of Blizzard of Oz, the first album on his record deck and blamed that song, "Suicide Solution", as being his way out and influencing him. But what I wrote that song about was OZZY drinking himself into an early grave. He was pretty disturbed that he was thrown out of BLACK SABBATH and he described it as like going through a divorce. He was drinking heavily because of it and getting stoned and wasn't very productive which is why he got thrown out of BLACK SABBATH in the first place. I wrote a song called "Suicide Solution" and the word solution had a double meaning, meaning solution to a problem or liquid solution meaning booze. OZZY did come up with one line in that song "wine is fine, but whiskey's quicker". That was the opening line of the song and that is what I wrote the song about. That drinking yourself to death is a solution to your problem. I didn't make it publicly known and I didn't even make it known to OZZY at the time. I just used his situation to write the words to that song.

    PC: Give us another example.

    BD: A song called "I Don't Know". That is another one off the first album. I got inspired for that when OZZY told me a story about BLACK SABBATH. Because they were considered to be an occult band and into all sorts of things, it was a reputation they had, people used to ask OZZY, "Tell my fortune" and I just wrote a simple song saying, "Don't ask me, I don't know. I'm just a singer".

    PC: What about "Mr. Crowley"?

    BD: "Mr. Crowley" was OZZY's idea. It was based on Aleister Crowley, being into black magic and living in a negative world with his connections to Satan worship. That song wasn't pro-Satan worship. It was about standing back and looking at someone like Aleister Crowley and saying, "What sort of life is that?"

    PC: Again was that your lyric?

    BD: Yep

    PC: What about "Bark At The Moon"?

    BD: "Bark At the Moon" was a title that OZZY came up with and I wrote that sort of like a hammer horror film. It was about a beast thing that comes out when the moon is full, the horror thing kind of vibe.

    PC: So as time has gone on, your name has fallen away from this and OZZY is getting all the credit?

    BD: Exactly. He lives on the reputation of those first two albums. They put him on the map in a big way after he got fired from BLACK SABBATH for being non-productive because he was stoned and pissed all the time and that band was a great band. I'm not saying just me. Randy Rhoads was a brilliant, dedicated musician. Lee Kerslake was a great drummer who was perfect that band. I just happened to be there as a lyricist because no one was a lyricist in that band. It was my job. Necessity is the mother of invention, although I had written lots of lyrics in lots of other bands. OZZY was the perfect vehicle being a well-known singer from a big band with a big following.

    PC: Is OZZY a fake?

    BD: I suppose one way of putting it is like saying, "Would the real OZZY OSBOURNE please stand up", if you know what I mean. Because a lot of people think that OZZY wrote that stuff because he has lead them to believe that. If he leads them to believe that he wrote all that stuff, then he is a fake. As a performer, and as a genuinely good performer, he is not a fake. He is a good frontman. He has his own style, he has his own following, and he has a lot of new fans because of it. But the new fans came because of the new band, the new line-up, the new material after SABBATH. I suppose if you look at his interviews and you read what he has said he some ways it is a fake. If he had only said "when we wrote this" or "when we wrote that" but he says "I wrote this" or "I wrote that" and he drops everybody out. The other thing that was an absolute fake was that second album Diary of a Madman. It was credited to two other people, Rudy Sarzo and Tommy Aldridge playing on that album when they didn't play a note on it when it was still the original line-up with myself and Lee Kerslake. Now me and Lee Kerslake are suing the Osbournes for our royalties that we haven't been paid on those first two albums. We already went to court in London in 1986 against Jet Records and Don Arden who is Sharon's father. We won that and we got a payout and we thought everything is going to be solved now. We'll get out royalties and we will get the credits changed on Diary of a Madman so we are credited. It didn't happen. Having worked with OZZY over the years thinking that it was going to be sorted out, I was promised that the credits would be changed and they never ever were. When I asked about royalties I had my life threatened. The other thing was OZZY and Sharon bought the rights to OZZY from Don Arden and Jet Records in '83 without telling us, so we had no idea who was getting our royalties or if they were getting them so we are suing them now.

    PC: How do you feel about the new reissue of the old albums?

    BD: Oh, that is totally fake. That is bogus bullshit. They didn't even warn the public on the cover with a sticker saying this is not the original band and these are not the original recordings. What people are buying is a re-recording with his current band pretending to be the original albums. They are not. They sound shit. They sound rubbish. They are awful. I am not putting those guys down saying they are shitty players. They are great players. What I am saying is you can't recreate something like that. It happened once. I couldn't even recreate it. There were other out-takes of those songs that we didn't use because they weren't as good as those ones. We chose those because they were the best. You can't recreate that. If they said to me go in and play it again, it wouldn't sound like the original either. It is a real slur on the name of Randy Rhoads and an insult to Randy Rhoads because he is dead. He got killed in 1982 in a plane crash. A brilliant guitar player and dedicated and he is put with two other guys and he has no say on who he gets put with. It makes his playing sound second-rate as well. All the magic has gone out of it.

    PC: Was there any logic that was explained to you why this has happened?

    BD: Sharon had a press statement that said "Daisley and Kerslake have harassed us and our family for years and now OZZY wants to remove them from the recordings. We have turned a negative into a positive and we hope you enjoy the fresh sound of the recordings." It is absolute rubbish. She wouldn't know a positive if she fell over one. The fact of us harassing them and their families, we have had no contact with them. The only contract we have had is our lawyers contacting their lawyers trying to get us paid the royalties that are rightfully ours.

    PC: Have you seen the TV show?

    BD: I've seen it but I've seen all that shit first hand. Having worked with them over the years for many years from the early days and watching the kids grow up. My kids used to play with their kids when they were little. They are sweet kids. As a family I always got on well with them. Obviously they are a little eccentric and it is not a normal family with a normal family lifestyle but that is part of the business I guess.

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    Former GUNS N' ROSES Drummer Turns Down Tell-All Book Deal - July 12, 2002

    Former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler has turned down a "substantial sum" from a New York-based publishing company for the rights to the writing collaboration of him and his mother, DeAnna, according to Adler's official fan site. Their story depicts the struggle of a family, chronicling Steven's life from his days as a child on the streets of L.A., his rise to fame as drummer for GUNS N' ROSES, his subsequent firing from the band, and the dismal, downward spiral into the seedy underworld of hard drugs that followed. When it became clear that the book company simply wanted Steven to trash the band, and dig up dirt about each member, Steven refused. Deanna is currently talking with several other publishers and the book may yet see the light of day.

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    BOSTON VH1 SHOW PULLED:
    As swiftly as it was listed, the VH1 Behind The Music special for Boston has been pulled. The show will air closer to the band's new studio album release date which has yet to be announced.

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    Frank Darabont talks Indy 4
    Friday, July 12, 2002 10:16 CDT

    Sci Fi Wire spoke with writer / director Frank Darabont about writing Indiana Jones 4:

    Not surprisingly, Indy won't be facing down Nazis this time around, Darabont said. "We're going to give you some good villains, let me just put it that way," he said.

    Darabont added that producer George Lucas and director Steven Spielberg are allowing Darabont (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles) to bring his own ideas to the script. "It winds up being a pretty good collaboration, a good exchange of ideas," he said. But, he added, "at the end of the day, I'll be writing what they ask me to. I'll be giving them the story that they want, so in that sense, I'm an employee. But a very excited and engaged employee. And what a fun project to work on."

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    Former GUNS N' ROSES Bassist Confirms Collaboration With SLASH, MATT SORUM - July 13, 2002

    Former GUNS N' ROSES bassist Duff McKagan has confirmed via his webmaster, Lori, that he has been jamming with fellow ex-Gunners Slash (guitar) and Matt Sorum (drums) in a brand new as-yet-unnamed project which is currently "trying to get a singer to work with as it did not work out with Josh Todd of BUCKCHERRY," according to www.snakepit.org. "The [trio] have absolutely no plans right now but they are having fun together, and what they are doing feels right. Duff says that if they could find the right singer and if something happens with this group, then they will go for it. But it is not in the plans! They are not expecting anything from it other than to work as musicians with friends they like to play with. For those who saw the cancellation of some of Duff's European LOADED shows as a sign he is staying home to work with this band, Duff says that is wrong. For financial reasons, they will not be doing those shows. However, LOADED will be doing European shows at the end of August/early September. They will play Spain at the end of July. That's what Slash and Duff have to say, and it comes down to a way for them to do some work along with Matt and enjoy it and see what they can make of it. It is not anyone's driving force...at least not yet!"
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    SEPULTURA: "Under A Pale Grey Sky" Final Track Listing Unveiled - July 13, 2002

    SEPULTURA's forthcoming live album, Under A Pale Grey Sky, is set for a September 17th release through Roadrunner Records.

    A recorded document of the last-ever performance of the classic SEPULTURA line-up of Max Cavalera (guitar/vocals), Igor Cavalera (drums), Andreas Kisser (guitar) and Paulo Pinto Jr. (bass), which took place at Brixton Academy in London on December 16th, 1996, the double-CD will contain the following track listing:

    Disc One
    01. Itsari (intro)
    02. Roots Bloody Roots
    03. Spit
    04. Territory
    05. Breed Apart
    06. Attitude
    07. Cut-Throat
    08. Troops Of Doom
    09. Beneath The Remains/Mass Hypnosis
    10. Born Stubborn
    11. Desperate Cry
    12. Necromancer
    13. Dusted
    14. Endangered Species

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    01. We Who Are Not As Others
    02. Straighthate
    03. Dictatorshit
    04. Refuse/Resist
    05. Arise/Dead Embryonic Cells
    06. Slave New World
    07. Biotech Is Godzilla
    08. Inner Self
    09. Policia (TITAS)
    10. We Gotta Know (CRO-MAGS)
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    Spielberg HBO King Arthur Series Coming
    Sunday, July 14, 2002 11:30 CDT

    After teaming-up with Tom Hanks & HBO on the very successful "Band of Brothers," Steven Spielberg is back with the cable giant to make a big-budget period miniseries about the life of King Arthur.

    The Hollywood Reporter says HBO is close to giving the green light to "Arthur," an eight-episode mini from DreamWorks Television, which Spielberg will executive produce with "Band of Brothers" co-executive producer Tony To.

    Writer-director David Leland is in negotiations to write several episodes of the project, including the series opener. Leland, who helmed an episode of "Band of Brothers," may also direct an episode of "Arthur."

    "Arthur" will revisit the mythology of King Arthur, Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table, mixing the fable with some documented accounts of the historic persons believed to have served as prototypes for the legends.

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    Scanners Remake in the Works
    Sunday, July 14, 2002 9:34 CDT

    According to Variety, Artisan Pictures will remake Scanners, the 1981 David Cronenberg thriller best remembered for its exploding head finale.

    The original film revolved around the attempt by a scientist to infiltrate an underground movement of "scanners," people with extraordinary telepathic abilities who are using them to take over the world.

    The Cronenberg-scripted film touched on paranoia and terrorism conspiracies, themes that will be amped up in the contemporized version. Also improved will be the special effects used for the signature gray-matter grenade finale, adds the trade.

    Artisan Pictures is also still stirring the Blair Witch cauldron with a possible third film that would be done with the original filmmakers, who didn't take part in the sequel.

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    Spider-Man Hitting DVD on November 1st!
    Sunday, July 14, 2002 8:29 CDT

    Variety says that Spider-Man will swing into stores on November 1st, that's a Friday, with big expectations from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment which is mounting the studio's biggest marketing campaign, valued at more than $100 million.

    The trade says that the studio is certain that the blockbuster film will surpass Men in Black to become the bestselling DVD by any studio to date. But they also have their sights on surpassing the home rental biz's all-time top seller, The Lion King.

    Sony will continue its corporate marketing partnerships that Spider-Man had during its theatrical releases with Cingular, Dr. Pepper and Carl's Jr./Hardees. Combined with other partners to be announced, the marketing campaign will involve $45 million in media buys and overall promotions that create 8 billion impressions and increase the value to more than $100 million.

    The studio's introductory DVD version of Spider-Man will be a two-disc set chockfull of extras, says the trade, including Tobey Maguire's costume, makeup and screen tests that reportedly were the turning point in convincing director Sam Raimi that the thesp could pull off the physicality of the role.

    The DVD also will provide an extensive history of Marvel's superhero character. In addition to interviews with Marvel's Stan Lee and many of the artists who worked on "Spider-Man" comics, the company was granted access to the Marvel archives in order to present galleries of drawings and collections of Spider-Man's loves and villains in the comics.

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    Anderson Confirmed Aboard Alien vs. Predator
    Sunday, July 14, 2002 9:45 CDT

    And then, just like that it's moving forward in a big way. One of the most talked about projects, the big screen adaptation of the popular video game Alien vs. Predator, will be written and directed by Paul Anderson (Resident Evil) for producers John Davis, David Giler, Lawrence Gordon, Walter Hill and Joel Silver at 20th Century Fox.

    The project is the tale of human scientists on a distant planet who, once again, make the mistake of experimenting on aliens and predators. The story centers on a scientist who foolishly hatches alien eggs to create an environment attractive to predators, says Variety.

    The 1979 Alien earned $78.9 million domestic gross; Aliens (1986), $85.2 million; Alien 3 (1992), $55.5 million; and Alien: Resurrection (1997) $47.8 million.

    Predator earned $59.7 million domestic in 1987, and Predator 2 took $30.7 million in 1990.

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    CHRIS CORNELL/RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE In Talks With IRVING AZOFF About Management Deal - July 14, 2002

    The unnamed project featuring former RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE members Tim Commerford (bass), Brad Wilk (drums), and Tom Morello (guitar) and ex-SOUNDGARDEN frontman Chris Cornell is in talks with music business veteran Irving Azoff about managing the group, according to Hits Daily Double.

    As has been widely reported, the project had been called off due in part to the two parties having separate management deals. However, the band recently reunited and is seeking a neutral third party for management of the project. Previously, the RATM members were with Peter Mensch and Cliff Burnstein's management company Q-Prime, while Cornell was managed by Jim Guerinot's Rebel Waltz.

    The band once rumored to be called CIVILIAN had originally started work on their never-completed debut album early last year and were due to perform at this year's US Ozzfest dates. Shortly after announcing the tour, Cornell left the group, citing personal differences.

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    ROBERT PLANT: Reunion With Ex-LED ZEPPELIN Bassist Unlikely - July 14, 2002

    Although former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant seems open to the possibility of putting out another album with PAGE AND PLANT, his collaboration with ex-ZEP guitarist Jimmy Page, a reunion with the band's bass player, John Paul Jones, remains much more unlikely. "My relationship with 'Jonesy' is hampered by one misinterpreted word, and that was at the first press conference that Page and I did to go with the Unledded stuff," Plant told Times Online. "The first question to me was, 'Where's John Paul Jones?' I said, 'He's parking the car' — and that was it. No cards, no hellos. I apologized and went to one meeting and got on one knee as he was walking out, to tie my shoelace as well, and said, 'John, surely now we're way too old for this?' But he just sidestepped me and walked out. But I love him and want you to know, John, that if you have me back we can go back to the one card a year."

 

 

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