The Asylum company is at it again, this time making a similar film to "The Day the Earth Stood Still," which fox is planning to release in December. Entitled "The Day the Earth Stopped," the film is a continuation to a long history of Asylum releasing terrible versions of upcoming popular blockbusters.
In "The Day the Earth Stopped," hundreds of massive intergalactic robots appear in all of the world's major capitals with an ultimatum: Prove the value of human civilization or be destroyed. The film stars Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club) and C. Thomas Howell (Hidalgo). It is scheduled to appear in stores on December 9th, only three days before "The Day the Earth Stood Still."
Asylum is also responsible for such films as "Street Racer" (aka Speed Racer), "100 Million BC" (aka 10,000 BC), "Monster" (aka Cloverfield), "I Am Omega" (aka I am Legend), and my favorite... "Transmorphers" (aka Transformers).
I guess Jesus still hates Judd Nelson...grudges...pfft.
Black_Jackwrites: on October 28th, 2008 at 10:47:45 AM
WOAH!! Keanu Reeves can KEEP his crappy multimillion dollar blockbuster film, I'M going to see THAT movie. And since it's going straight to video, I don't have to wait as long to own it! Everyone Wins!