Each year, while posting photos and our exclusives list for San Diego Comic Con (SDCC), we get hundreds of hits searching for Victoria Schmidt. Since I now have 685 hits related to Victoria this week, I thought I would do a little research and find out more about her. Yahoo.com just did a short video story about her and how, by her own admission, she spends the entire year and most of her monthly paycheck on getting a guise just right, be it Princess Leia or Kate from “Lost.”
In honor of Victoria, I have included a photo gallery below of the many costumes of Victoria Schmidt. The first costume shown is her 2011 costume. Enjoy!
Source: Jonathan Crow | Yahoo Movies, Movie Talk – Wed, Jul 20, 2011 6:24 PM EDT
With the Bat-sequel now shooting, Christopher Nolan reveals the big bad who will square off against Batman
By Tim Kenneally
With production of Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Batman flick “The Dark Knight Rises” now in production, the first scintillating glimpse of the film has emerged, in the form of this photo featuring “Inception” actor Tom Hardy in character as bad guy Bane.
For those unfamiliar with comic-book lore, Bane developed a bad attitude in the penal system of fiction Caribbean republic Santa Prisca, and derives his superhuman strength from an experimental drug called Venom. He also enjoys long walks on the beach — but hey, don’t we all?
“The Dark Knight Rises” is in theaters July 20, 2012. In the meantime, enjoy the advance look.
A paraplegic ex-marine war veteran is unwillingly sent to establish a human settlement on the distant planet of Pandora, only to find himself battling humankind alongside the planet’s indigenous Na’vi race in this ambitious, digital 3-D sci-fi epic from Academy Award-winning Titanic director James Cameron. The film, which marks Cameron’s first dramatic feature since 1997’s Titanic, will be shot on the proprietary FUSION digital 3-D cameras developed by Cameron in collaboration with Vince Pace, and will offer a groundbreaking mix of live-action dramatic performances and computer-generated effects. Australian actor Sam Worthington stars as the reluctant human settler Jake Sully, with actress Zoe Saldana signing on to portray the local woman who enters into a romantic affair with the hero. The revolutionary motion-capture system created for the film allows the facial expressions of actors to be captured as a virtual camera system enables them to see what their computer-generated counterparts will be seeing in the film, and Peter Jackson’s Oscar-winning Weta Digital visual effects house has been hired to supervise Avatar’s complex visual effects. Joel Moore, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, and Michelle Rodriguez round out the cast. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Air Time: on ABC
Premiere Date: September 01, 2009
Description: The world has its first encounter with an alien race. Calling themselves The Visitors, they seem to be friendly, but their congeniality may be a cover for a more malevolent agenda.