Showing posts from October, 2009

Patrick will Come Home this Holiday Season!

By: Andrew Bermudez (Lego Studios; October 22, 2009)      After the announced delay of the "Patrick's Adventures" comic, the studio has been receiving complaints that they want the comic as soon as possible. "However," stated Mark Matthew, head of the studio's board of directors, "we don't have the time right now to make it. The same thing happenedto Ghost Pictures, Captain Redbeard's Lost Gold, Black Friday, and the short commercials. I think we got a little too far ahead of ourselves this year. Regardless, the comic will debut Fall 2010."      Despite this, Steven Lawrence, the director for Johnny Thunder and the Gift of the Nile, announced that he has good news for the fans. "TBC, the TV station that agreed to promote our film during their holiday special, has gotten official permission to visit with Patrick at his parents' house for Christmas." It is currently not known what will happen, but what we do know is that we wi…

Enter the Spooky Forest Next Halloween!

By: Andrew Bermudez (Lego Studios; October 5, 2009)      Halloween is coming, and it's sure to give some spine-tingling chills! Now to get audiences prepared for this year's fright fest, Lego Studios has decided to give the audience a look into next year's spook-tacular! Titled Forest of Fear, the film will feature a couple stranded out in a dark and spooky forest. There's a werewolf, a vampire, a mad scientist and even an angry mob! Will the couple escape before the spooks get them?
     During the unveiling, an initial piece of concept art was revealed. The art shows the couple surrounded by trees. "I designed the trees to have hand-like branches," said artist and script writer Peter Samuel. "This is meant to symbolize that the forest has the couple prisoner. I feel that this artwork truly gives the movie an identity of its own."      Currently, the script is in its conceptual phase. The film will be shot during the Summer o…