When Courtney Love bowed out of the sci-fi action flick Ghosts of Mars
Species Chick Goes to Mars Mr. Showbiz
Courtney Love & Ice Cube Go to Mars Mr. Showbiz
Rocker-actress Courtney Love is in final negotiations to star opposite Ice Cube in John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars.
The critics hated it. Moviegoers, as so often happens, couldn’t have cared less. The movie’s potent performance is perhaps most attributable to its eye-popping special effects, the ever-reliable attraction of plucky humans in peril, and the durable mystique of Earth’s red neighbor.
Mission Avoided, Red Planet Delayed Mr. Showbiz
In the battle of the epic Mars flicks, Warner Bros. is blinking first. The studio has moved its Mars-themed Red Planet back nearly four months, from June 16 to Nov. 10. That leaves Mission to Mars, the offering from rival Disney, a clear takeoff March 10.
Mars, More Lies for Cameron? Mr. Showbiz
Cameron is working on one of three dueling Mars projects. How to go bigger than Titanic, still the biggest film of all time? Cameron is unveiling a Mars miniseries for Fox and a related Imax film, both will be ready in 2001.
Mars and Stars Mr. Showbiz
Hollywood has this thing about making similar high-concept films and releasing them within months of each other. Now there’s a new pair on the block