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    Hellboy Greenlit at Revolution
    Friday, April 19, 2002 11:39 CDT

    Ain't-It-Cool-News has confirmed, with a source at Variety, that Mike Mignola's "Hellboy" comic has been greenlit to become a Guillermo del Toro-directed feature film.

    The site says that the project has been greenlit at the budget del Toro can make the movie at comfortably. Ron Perlman ("Blade II") will star in the title role and the film is set up at Joe Roth's Revolution Studios with Patrick Palmer, Mike Richardson, Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin producing.

    They are currently working on deals to get Rick Baker's Cinovation on board to do the make-up and to sign Tippett Studios to be the primary CG house. Production is expected to begin this coming winter in Prague.
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    ALICE IN CHAINS Frontman Passes Away At Age 34 - Apr. 20, 2002

    The following article was posted at Seattletimes.com:

    A body was removed last night from the University District residence of Layne Staley, lead singer and guitarist for the Seattle grunge band ALICE IN CHAINS. KOMO-TV, citing an unidentified source, said the body was that of Staley, 34.

    A King County medical-examiner's investigator said his office removed a body from the Staley address and planned an autopsy today, but he refused to confirm the identity of the person. He said it appeared the person had been dead for some time and would have to be identified scientifically.

    Staley had a history of substance abuse, and in the early 1990s publicly acknowledged an addiction to heroin.

    ALICE IN CHAINS, formed in Seattle in 1987, was part of the early '90s heyday of grunge. The band was mentioned in the same breath as NIRVANA and SOUNDGARDEN.

    The band's debut album, "Facelift", was released in 1990, and the song "We Die Young" became a top-5 metal track.

    In 1991, the band was nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Heavy Metal Artist.

    The band's last release was Nothing Safe — Best Of The Box in 1999.

    Staley also fronted the side band MAD SEASON.

    Fans last night were already mourning Staley's death on bulletin boards on music sites.

    One wrote: "You were an amazing man Layne a tortured soul, but a loved one. Wherever you are, I hope you feel how much you and your music meant to your fans. Rest in peace."
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    A body believed to be that of Alice in Chains' Layne Staley was found in the Seattle home of the singer Friday evening.

    Although the King County Medical Examiner could not positively identify the body at press time, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported that a law enforcement source said it was Staley's. The cause of death was undetermined at press time. An autopsy is scheduled for 7 a.m. PT.

    Police responded to a call to check on a person's well-being at Staley's address, which is in the 4500 block of Eighth Avenue Northeast in Seattle's University District. Upon discovering the body, which is presumed to have been there for several days, officers called investigators from the medical examiner's office, who arrived on the scene at approximately 7:30-8:00 p.m. PT, a spokesperson said. The body couldn't immediately be identified as that of the 34-year-old Staley, whose longtime battle with drug dependency was a central component of his band's music — a dark and bombastic sound that continues to influence artists some 15 years after the group first formed.

    With Staley as their scowling, tortured frontman, Alice in Chains claimed a spot as the darkest and hardest band of the early '90s grunge movement, bringing a healthy dose of metal to the new movement. Born in Kirkland, Washington, in 1967, Staley formed Alice in Chains while still a high school student in the mid-'80s. The singer soon formed a friendship with guitarist Jerry Cantrell, who joined the band in 1987 and provided the other half of the group's creative core. Drummer Sean Kinney and bassist Mike Starr (replaced in 1992 by Mike Inez) soon followed, and the band landed a deal with Columbia Records in 1989.

    The band's 1990 debut, Facelift, found a home at both college rock and classic rock radio outlets, chiefly on the strength of the single "Man in the Box." The album soon went gold, and the band followed it with an appearance on the soundtrack to Cameron Crowe's Seattle love letter, "Singles." With anticipation high, the band delivered Dirt in 1992, pushing AIC to triple platinum status with caustic tracks such as "Angry Chair," "Rooster" and "Them Bones." A prime spot on Lollapalooza soon followed, but the trek would be the band's last major tour and Alice in Chains would be hard pressed to maintain their momentum.

    Alice in Chains released the EP Jar of Flies in 1994 and a self-titled album in 1995, but they did not tour to support either offering. During this relatively quiet time, Staley provided vocals for the 1995 debut album from Mad Season, which also featured Pearl Jam's Mike McCready and the Screaming Trees' Barrett Martin. While rumors swirled about Staley's declining health and drug dependency, the group surfaced in 1996 to perform on MTV's "Unplugged" series. Save for a series of compilations cobbled together by Columbia, it would be the last music Alice in Chains would release.

    Cantrell pursued a solo career, releasing Boggy Depot (which also featured AIC's Inez and Kinney) in 1998, further fueling rumors that Staley was in ill health. The singer did little to quiet the rumors with his one-off appearance alongside Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins and Porno for Pyros bassist Martyn LeNoble on a cover of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" that appeared on the soundtrack of 1998's "The Faculty."

    While Staley's output had greatly diminished in recent years, his influence hasn't. Traces of the frontman's distinct vocal style and Alice in Chains' thick-as-a-brick sound can be heard in the work of Godsmack, Creed, Staind, Puddle of Mudd, Adema and a host of others.

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    LAYNE STALEY Officially Declared Dead Following Autopsy - Apr. 20, 2002

    ALICE IN CHAINS frontman Layne Staley has been officially declared dead after The King County Medical Examiner positively identified Staley's body following an autopsy earlier today, CNN has reported. Exact time and cause of death are pending, as laboratory results could take several weeks.

    Here are some more details about Staley's tragic death, as reported by MTV: “Police responded to a call to check on a person's well-being at Staley's address in Seattle's University District at 5:41 PM PT on Friday, according to the police report. Upon discovering the body, which is presumed to have been there for several days, officers called investigators from the medical examiner's office, who arrived on the scene at approximately 7:30-8:00 PM, a spokesperson said. The body couldn't immediately be identified as that of Staley, whose longtime battle with drug dependency was a central component of his band's music — a dark and bombastic sound that continues to influence artists some 15 years after the group first formed.”

    Various quotes from Layne Staley:

    "When I tried drugs they were fucking great, and they worked for me for years, and now they're turning against me- and now I'm walking through hell and this sucks. I didn't want my fans to think heroin was cool. But then I've had fans come up to me and give me the thumbs up, telling me they're high. That's exactly what I didn't want to happen."

    "When somebody starts asking me if I'm an addict of how messed up I am or just stupid and stuff like that, it's like man do you have a brain at all? Aside from a brain, do you have any feelings at all? What if I started asking these questions? This is really personal stuff!"

    "I found out through the Internet that I have AIDS. I learned that I was dead. Where else would I find these things? I don't see a doctor regularly. I was in San Francisco at Lollapalooza, and this girl walked up to me and stopped like she had seen a ghost. And she said, 'You're not dead.' and I said, 'No, you're right.' Wow."

    "People have the right to ask questions and dig deep when you're hurting people and things around you, but when I haven't talked to anyone in years, and every single article I see is dope this, junkie that, whiskey this... That ain't my title...my bad habits aren't my title. My strengths and talents are my title."

    "Drugs are not the way to the light. They won't lead to a fairy-tale life, they lead to suffering."
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    Disney/Pixar Unveil Future Slate
    Sunday, April 21, 2002 8:29 CDT

    Although it was previously reported that Disney & Pixar were working on three upcoming animated projects. On Sunday the makers of such films as "A Bug's Life," "Toy Story" and "Monsters, Inc." shared a bit more info to the trades....

    First up on the slate of new Disney/Pixar films is "Finding Nemo," an underwater adventure set for release next summer. It is being written and directed by Andrew Stanton, who was co-director and co-screenwriter of the 1998's "Bug's Life" and co-screenwriter on the "Toy Story" films.

    In the 2004 holiday season, audiences will see "The Incredibles," an action-adventure comedy from director Brad Bird ("The Iron Giant"). It centers on a family of superheroes who save the world while living a quiet suburban life.

    Finally for the holidays in 2005, Pixar's two-time Academy Award-winning director John Lasseter will direct "Cars," a comedy featuring an assortment of cars as characters who get their kicks on the famous old Route 66.
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    ".....and Harry Potter and all of his wizard-friends went to Hell for practicing Witchcraft. The End." -Ned Flander's version of reading "Harry Potter" to Rod and Todd.

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    HALFORD's “Crucible” Set For June 25th Release Through Metal-Is Records - Apr. 21, 2002

    HALFORD have set Crucible as the title of their sophomore studio CD, due through the Metal-Is label on June 25th (one day earlier in the European territory).

    Conceived in various American studios during the past 12 months, Crucible is the long-awaited studio follow-up to HALFORD's critically-acclaimed 2000 debut album, Resurrection.

    According to the band's official biography, “Crucible is an album that retains all the numerous strengths of its predecessor, yet takes the band's sound to a stunning new plateau. Cloaked in [ex-JUDAS PRIEST frontman] Rob [Halford]'s trademark banshee wails and boasting exemplary duelling guitars from Patrick Lachman and Mike Chlasciak, such rip-roaring anthems as 'Betrayal' — earmarked to be the album's first video in June — 'Wrath Of God', 'Handing Out Bullets' and the salutatory 'One Will' are all destined be heralded as classic HALFORD moments.”

    “I think I've penetrated even closer to the heart of the metal community with this new album,” Rob proudly stated. “It shows all the wonderful things that metal really means to me, and we've offered many different ways of presenting it to the listener. But we've also tried to advance the sound so that it fits comprehensively into today's musical world. With Resurrection, I set myself up as having made a great metallic comeback. It was important to me that we didn't let anybody down with the follow-up, but it would have disappointed everybody more if we'd just made Resurrection II.

    “Of course, it would have been easy to have just stuck with the formula again," he continued. "To have done that would have been numbing for everybody. I wanted to prove that I am still Rob Halford — the metal god, and all those other things — but that also to show that I can still pull something unexpected out of the hat. I've consistently tried to shake things up throughout my career, and I've managed it again.”

    After HALFORD's appearance at Rock In Rio festival in January 2001, Rob hooked up with the two guitar players in Room 303 of the Park Manor Hotel (hence the title of the album's feedback-strewn instrumental scene-setter), which is close to his home in San Diego, and over the course of the next three months they proceeded to infuriate the Park Manor's residents with “all manner of ungodly sounds” as the record slowly took shape. “We worked for 12 hours a day, seven days a week,” recalled Rob, “and I think we've managed to surpass Resurrection.”

    Crucible was once again overseen by Roy Z, the hotshot young producer who has also collaborated with BRUCE DICKINSON, DOWNSET, ROADSAW and HELLOWEEN. Roy also helped to write several of the songs, including "Crucible", "Trail Of Tears" and "Crystal". Explained Rob: “I felt that even though Roy did such a great job with Resurrection, he still had a lot more to give. So it made good sense to use him again, and Roy really went over the top this time, it's no exaggeration to say that he's now become the unofficial sixth member of this band.”

    Lyrically, Halford states that many of the songs on Crucible address things that are happening in the world at the moment, instead of writing from personal experience as he mainly did on Resurrection. When asked to describe the album to someone who might not be completely aware of the HALFORD/PRIEST legacy, he chuckles. “To me, it could even be called metal with a dictionary. I'm always looking for new things to say.”

    As Rob has already intimated, in terms of sheer musical diversity, Crucible offers more than a few surprises. While the track "Crucible", for instance, is a powerful, thoroughly convincing hard rock tune, it also incorporates a slight Gothic feel. "Hearts Of Darkness" is built around an Eastern-flavoured melody, though the tune's underlying crunch is indisputable. And "Sun", with its blissful mid-paced feel and layered guitars, is perhaps the biggest departure for HALFORD — especially when it comes to Rob's vocals performance.

    “Yeah, 'Sun' is definitely an unusual track, and so is 'Crystal' — musically, they're both quite edgy,” he stated. “The really strange thing is that I can't remember where the idea for 'Sun' came from, at first it was just a little riff, but we built the song around the song's melody. And that's the great thing about this album it's well-balanced and complete. Although there are lots and lots of metal riffs, we also take the listener on a deep, interesting journey. It's a metal banquet, really.”

    As he and the rest of the HALFORD unit prepare to hit the road once again, Rob looks back with great affection upon the Resurrection tour. So consistent were the performances of HALFORD (the band), and equally receptive the audiences right across the globe that he is somewhat reluctant to select highlights.

    “The wonderful thing was that the audiences seemed as keen to see me as I was to see them,” he smiled. “It was great for the shows that we did in the my homeland of the UK to have been so rammed to the rafters, and I hope to come back and play a longer British tour this time around. But, to me, every show was important whether it was in Europe, Japan or North or South America — the metal maniacs were going crazy every single night, and that entire tour was an affirmation of everything I'm about.”

    HALFORD's world trek begins in front of 25,000 punters with a headline spot at the Sweden Rock festival on June 7th, and is scheduled to continue well into 2003.

    The full track listing for Crucible is as follows (in no particular order):

    01. Betrayal
    02. One Will
    03. Rock The World Forever
    04. Golgotha
    05. In The Morning
    06. Sun
    07. Fugitive
    08. Hearts Of Darkness
    09. Crucible
    10. Heresy
    11. Crystal
    12. Trail Of Tears
    13. She
    14. Wrath Of God
    15. Handing Out Bullets
    16. Park Manor

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    AC/DC Frontman Sets Eyes On Ballet - Apr. 22, 2002

    AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson is reportedly collaborating with Robert de Warren on a ballet of Helen of Troy. The premiere is tentatively due to be held in March 2003.
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    ALICE IN CHAINS Members Issue Joint Statement - Apr. 22, 2002

    Former ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez, and drummer Sean Kinney have jointly issued the following statement in regards to the death of vocalist Layne Staley, whose body was discovered in Seattle this past Friday:

    “On April 19, 2002, our friend Layne Staley was found dead in his home. The official cause of death is still unknown.

    “Yesterday, we all managed to come together in Seattle. It's good to be with friends and family as we struggle to deal with this immense loss...and try to celebrate this immense life. We are looking for all the usual things: comfort, purpose, answers, something to hold on to, a way to let him go in peace. Mostly, we are feeling heartbroken over the death of our beautiful friend. He was a sweet man with a keen sense of humor and a deep sense of humanity. He was an amazing musician and an inspiration and comfort to so many. He made great music and gifted it to the world. We are proud to have known him, to be his friend, and to create music with him.

    “Layne struggled greatly for the past decade. We can only hope that he has at last found some peace.

    “We love you, Layne. Dearly. And we will miss you...endlessly.

    “Layne's family has asked that the media honor their privacy as they mourn their loss. We ask that you respect their request.”

    In related news, it now appears that Staley lay dead in his North Seattle apartment for two weeks, his body surrounded by heroin-injection paraphernalia, before a relative discovered him, according to Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Staley's body was reported found Friday, but the presence of drug paraphernalia and the estimated time of death were not initially released. An autopsy was conducted Saturday, but the cause of death will not be confirmed for as long as four weeks while a state lab conducts toxin tests.
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    Se7en Sequel & More Alex Cross
    Tuesday, April 23, 2002 1:53 CDT

    According to Variety, New Line Cinema is exploring another installment of "Seven". The sequel the studio is contemplating would make Morgan Freeman's cop character the centerpiece in a restructuring of "Solace," a spec script by "Ocean's Eleven" scribe Ted Griffin and Sean Bailey that New Line bought last year for seven figures. The drama revolves around a psychic cop tracking a serial killer who has psychic capabilities himself.

    No deal has been made for Freeman and he's contemplating the project even as Paramount and producers David Brown and Joe Wizan forge ahead with the third installment of the franchise featuring Alex Cross, Freeman's homicide detective character from "Kiss the Girls" and "Along Came A Spider," which they hope will continue with the James Patterson bestseller "Roses Are Red."
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    Tom Stoppard Writing Indiana Jones 4?
    Tuesday, April 23, 2002 1:33 CDT

    Variety reports that "Indiana Jones 4" is gaining momentum with a deal in the works for a big-ticket writer.

    The fourth installment of "Indiana Jones," has begun to move ahead as Paramount with George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford are courting Tom Stoppard to write the next film so that it can be put into production in 2004.

    The trio has been sidetracked by other projects, adds the trade, and it took time to come to terms with Paramount on the budget of the film, but Lucas hatched a story the other two liked.

    The participation of Stoppard, who just worked with Ford on rewrites of his upcoming film, "K-19: The Widowmaker," is subject to his availability, as he is simultaneously negotiating to reteam with "Shakespeare in Love" director John Madden on the DreamWorks pic "Tulip Fever."
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    Hensleigh Writing & Directing The Punisher!
    Tuesday, April 23, 2002 1:23 CDT

    Jonathan Hensleigh ("Jumanji," "Die Hard: With a Vengeance," "The Saint") will write and make his directorial debut on "The Punisher," a Marvel Comics adaptation at Artisan Entertainment. Gale Anne Hurd is aboard to produce the film. Variety describes the hero as...

    Protag of "The Punisher" doesn't possess superpowers, but his obsession for avenging the murder of his family after they witness a gangland killing leads him on a vigilante course. Ex-soldier Frank Castle becomes a one-man assault team against the crime syndicate that killed his family.

    Artisan says that "It's based on a strong character and is not dependent on a huge special-effects budget to work. The character is also very relevant in today's world. People want to see a wronged individual carry out his own justice."

    Dolph Lundgren also starred in a low-budget version of the comic in 1990.
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    Originally posted by FanHalen:
    Click here for a look at the terrible DareDevil costume (if it's true)! [img]graemlins/irked.gif[/img]
    That one was a fake. Here's the real deal...

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    J Lo To Moon From Moon?
    It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no ... it’s J Lo’s ass. Rumours are out, and the word is FHM magazine is going to project J Lo’s booty on the surface of the moon. According to worldpop.com, a spokesperson for FHM recently told a tabloid that the magazine is actually attempting it. “Quite how it is being done is a secret, but Jennifer’s bum should be visible over a huge area. The results will be unbelievable.” Keep your eye on the sky for developments.
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