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Das altgediente Sci-Fi Fantasy Magazin "Heavy Metal" wird uns in naher Zukunft mal wieder in animierter Form einen Besuch abstatten, u.a. unter Mitwirkung von David Fincher (u.a. "Sieben")...

"Heavy Metal" (1981) - Sex and Crime and Rock'n Roll! Basierend auf dem sexy Kult-Comic landete Produzent Ivan Reitman (u.a. "Ghostbusters") zusammen mit Sound-Spezialist und Oscar-Preisträger Elmer Bernstein den Klassiker der Rock-Geschichte. Mit im Team waren über 1000 Künstler, Trick-Zeichner und Techniker, die bereits weltweit erfolgreich mit "Star Wars", "Alien" und "Yellow Submarine" waren...
Ein geheimnisvolles Etwas aus dem Weltall führt uns in Heavy Metal durch höchst spannende Abenteuer der Vergangenheit, der Zukunft und eines unbeschreiblichen Universums dazwischen: neue Welten voller Magie, Träume - und Alpträume...

"Heavy Metal F.A.K.K.2" (US-Titel: "Heavy Metal 2000")...
In naher Zukunft steht F.A.K.K. (Federation Assigned Ketegonic Killzone) für verwüstete Planeten und Regionen, die eine Todeszone für alle Lebewesen aus Kohlenstoff darstellen. Alle Space-Piloten sind angehalten, sich von diesen Gebieten fernzuhalten. Aus Schutz vor Übergriffen hat sich der idyllische Planet Eden als F.A.K.K.2 getarnt - vergeblich! Denn der zum interplanetaren Oberschurken mutierte Tyler findet hier den Schlüssel zur Unsterblichkeit. Auf der Suche nach der legendären Kammer des ewigen Lebens entkommt seiner Zerstörungswut niemand - außer der Kampfpilotin Julie. Ihre Schwester Kerri gerät allerdings in Tylers Gewalt. Julie schwört Rache - und jagt den Erzbösewicht durch die ganze Galaxis. Ein finales Duell wird über das Schicksal vieler entscheiden...

Noch ist der Starttermin für den neuen Film offen...



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[15.03.2012] Bei
Slashfilm.com gibt es ein Status-Update zu Robert Rodriguez' Filmprojekten...
[...] THR, meanwhile, reports that the animated Heavy Metal film announced at Comic Con last year is scripted and moving into storyboarding and pre-production. No word on what creators are involved, however. [...]

[13.03.2010] Deadline meldet...
[...] David Fincher is trying again with Heavy Metal, the animated anthology film he set up two years ago at Paramount, only to see the studio drop the project.
Fincher's shopping a version I would call vastly more appealing. I'm told that Fincher has Avatar director James Cameron ready to direct a segment, as well as 300 director Zack Snyder. Fincher is directing one himself. And, oh yeah, the whole thing will be 3-D animation.
Heavy Metal is inspired by the `70s science fiction fantasy magazine., which previously was the basis for a 1981 film and a 2000 sequel. This version will consist of eight or nine individual animated segments, each by a different director, all of them infused with the spirit of the erotic and violent storylines that defined the magazine. In its Paramount incarnation, Fincher had Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator and Heavy Metal magazine publisher Kevin Eastman ready to direct a segment, as well as Tim Miller, who runs Blur Studios, the enterprise that was set to handle the animation. Not sure if they're still doing segs.
I'll drop in other directors and details as I get them. The project is in search of a financier and distributor. Anthologies usually appeal to a limited audience, but this sounds like one that will be a strong draw to the fanboy audience that loves Sin City. Like that film, this will deserve its R rating. [...]


[17.06.2009] MarketSaw widmete sich kürzlich den Gerüchten um James Camerons Beteiligung an "Heavy Metal"...
[...] This rumor (like any, I suppose) has a chance of being true, but it is unlikely at best. First, this project has been in development hell for a long time, and no studio has picked it up. Keep in mind too that producers sometimes purposefully spread rumors in order to build buzz about their projects. Certain A-list directors (including Guillermo del Toro) that have previously been rumored to be signed to direct segments of this movie are now reportedly no longer involved. So while Cameron may have at one point informally expressed interest in this project, his involvement is by no means confirmed. Talent attachments to a film aren't even remotely "confirmed" until the studio officially sends out the green light, and even after that talent may drop out or be switched. My guess is that this is wishful thinking on Eastman's part. [...]

[08.06.2009] FSR meldet...
[...] Later today you’ll have the chance to read our full interview with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman, but I figured I’d whet your appetite by sharing the news that not only is the project on track with David Fincher behind the wheel, but that James Cameron, Zack Snyder and Gore Verbinski have all signed on to direct segments of Heavy Metal.
These are Eastman’s own words:
"I’ve got breaking news that Fincher and James Cameron are going to be Co-Executive Producers on the film. Fincher will direct one. Cameron will direct one. Zack Snyder is going to direct one and Gore Verbinski is going to. Mark Osborne and Jack Black from Tenacious D are going to do a comedy segment for the film. Three other directors have agreed but we haven’t signed them, but they’re equally as jaw-dropping. So we’re on cloud nine to be working with such an amazing amount of talent."
We’ve known for a bit that Verbinski and Snyder had been involved, but James Cameron’s involvement is news to me. A bit earlier is was reported that Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda) would also be directing a segment, but teaming up with Jack Black again could definitely be awesome.
This is incredible. "An amazing amount of talent," is probably the only way I’d know how to describe that group of directors. Scoring James Cameron not only as an Executive Producer, but also as a director for one of the segments is a major win. Although, considering the subject matter, I could see how Cameron’s love of science fiction solidified his involvement. [...]


[14.03.2008] Variety.com meldet...
Paramount Pictures will make an animated film inspired by the '70s sci-fi fantasy magazine Heavy Metal, with director David Fincher spearheading the project.
"Heavy Metal" will be stamped by the erotic and violent storylines and images that remain the trademark of a magazine that debuted in the U.S. in 1977. The mag introduced the works of American artists and writers such as Robert Silverberg, Harlan Ellison and H.R. Giger.
The film will consist of eight or nine individual animated segments, each of which will be directed by a different helmer.
Fincher will direct one of the segments; Kevin Eastman, the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" co-creator who is now owner and publisher of Heavy Metal, will direct another. So will Tim Miller, whose Blur Studios will handle the animation for what is being conceived as an R-rated, adult-themed feature.
Fincher, Eastman and Miller will produce the film. The studio will lock in the other directors shortly. The mag previously spawned a 1981 animated feature and 2000 sequel.
Fincher, who directed "Zodiac" for Par, recently wrapped the Brad Pitt-Cate Blanchett starrer "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," which Par releases Dec. 19. Fincher recently became attached to direct Paramount's adaptation of the Charles Burns graphic novel "Black Hole" and is also developing "Torso" and "The Killer" for the studio.
Miller is writing, directing and producing a feature-length version of "Rockfish." Blur has also been responsible for animating such videogames as "Transformers: The Game," based on the hit pic from DreamWorks and Paramount.



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DVDHeavy Metal
UMD
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
Regie: Gerald Potterton
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 15. Dezember 1999


DVDHeavy Metal F.A.K.K.2
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Regie: Michel L. Lemire, Michael Coldewey
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 21. November 2000



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Heavy Metal [CA-Import]
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Erscheinungstermin: 4. September 2002

16 Titel: u.a. Heavy Metal; Heartbeat; Working in the Coal Mine; Reach Out; Radar Rider; Blue Lamp

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Heavy Metal - F.A.K.K. 2
Original-Soundtrack
Audio CD
Erscheinungstermin: 17. April 2000

18 Titel: u.a. Immortally Insane; Buried Alive



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VIDEOSPIELE - Hardware, Spiele & Zubehör Am 13. Juli 2001 erschien "Heavy Metal F.A.K.K.2" für Windows-PC und MAC...
In 25 weitläufigen Levels muss sich die Heldin Julie actionreichen Kämpfen mit fürchterlichen Kreaturen stellen. Mit 21 Waffen, die für beide Hände separat gesteuert werden können, ist sie dafür allerdings bestens gerüstet. Sogar mächtige Kombo-Schläge stehen ihr im Nahkampf zur Verfügung. Um Giths Pläne zu durchkreuzen, reicht es jedoch nicht nur den Monstern den Garaus zu machen. Eine Vielzahl von verzwickten Rätseln sorgt dafür, dass auch die grauen Zellen nicht zu kurz kommen.
Das Spiel basiert technisch auf der Grafik-Engine des bekannten 3D-Shooters "Quake 3 Arena", die speziell dafür weiterentwickelt wurde. Das sorgt für wunderschöne Grafik, extrem flüssige Animationen runde Flächen, und atemberaubende Lichteffekte...


Am 24. Mai 2002 erschien"Heavy Metal Geomatrix" für Sega Dreamcast...
Die Zukunft liegt in ihren Händen! Weit, weit in der Zukunft bringt eine Gruppe von Robot-Terroristen Chaos über die Welt und ihre Bewohner. Die Anti-Roboter-Spezialeinheit wurde ins Leben gerufen, um diese radikalen Roboter zu unterwerfen. Führen sie einen Trupp aus 7 mutigen Kämpfen, ausgerüstet mit Hochleistungs-Motorstiefeln und einem ganzen Arsenal von Waffen, durch zahlreiche Levels, in denen Robot-Terror, riesige Bosse und andere bösartige Dinge auf sie warten. Wappnen sie sich für das absolute Nonplusultra in Sachen Tempo, Strategie und Feuerkraft...



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