Cinescape online reports that that Paramount Pictures will be releasing a fully loaded DVD version of 'The Sum Of All Fears' this October 29th. The DVD features the requisite trailers, making-of featurettes, and special effects documentaries.
The price is set at $29.95
The Sum Of All Fears has already opened in several countries across the globe. The movie is now in theaters in The US,Taiwan,Brazil,Argentina and The Phillipines. Here's some international release dates from
Belgium 24 July 2002
France 24 July 2002
Thailand 24 July 2002
Germany 8 August 2002
Hungary 8 August 2002
Japan 10 August 2002
Netherlands 15 August 2002
Iceland 16 August 2002
Turkey 16 August 2002
UK 16 August 2002
Australia 22 August 2002
Sweden 20 September 2002
Russia 17 October 2002
The Sum Of All Fears hits 100 millions mark today. The Movie has pulled in over 100 million $ Thursday.
According to Yahoo Movies
The movie brought in around 700,000 on Wednesday and has surpassed 100 million $ on Thursday.
Finally more on the next installment of Jack Ryan movies!! As
reports that Phil Alden Robinson will be back next time around
. The director has revealed that he will be directing the next
Jack Ryan movie which is likely to be "RED RABBIT".
The work won't begin on a script till the book's release in August
and its unsure if Ben Affleck will reprise the role (but we all
know he already said he'd like to continue with the role). So
I guess we'll probabaly get to see RED RABBIT the movie in 2004
the soonest.Thanx to everyone who e-mailed me for the info.
06-10-02 : Sum tops box office for
second week ! The Sum Of All fears is still on top of the box
office for the second week pulled in another 18.7 Million$ past
weekend. The movie has brought in over 61 million$ in ten days.
Looks like it's gonna past 100 million mark easily. Here's the
look at the top ten
1. The Sum of All Fears, $18.7 million
2. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, $16.3 million
3. Star Wars: Episode II--Attack of the Clones, $13.8 million
4. Bad Company, $10.5 million
5. Spider-Man, $10 million
6. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, $9.4 million
7. Undercover Brother, $7.3 million
8. Insomnia, $5.8 million
9. Enough, $3.6 million
10. About a Boy, $2.7 million
More chart news from Yahoo
06-06-02 : Some gossip news from
. You know about Matt Damon's cameo role in TSOAF,Apparently it's
been cut in the final edit. Here's how the story goes.
Damon And Affleck Rift Deepens The
feud between former Hollywood best buddies Matt Damon and Ben
Affleck deepens--Damon's been cut from Affleck's new film. The
stars, who made their breakthrough together by co-writing and
co-starring in Good Will Hunting, are currently appearing in rival
action movies. Affleck first prompted speculation their friendship
has soured when he promoted his flick The Sum Of All Fears by
slamming Damon's The Bourne Identity as "fluffy garbage." And
now it has emerged that Damon, during happier times, had filmed
a cameo appearance in The Sum Of All Fears, only to have his performance
as a waiter cut from the final edit of the film.
06-02-02 : The Sum Of All Fears
tops weekend Box Office pulling in about 32 million $. It actually
beats Star Wars Episide 2 which came in at number 2 grossing 20
million$ on its third week. The movie also beats Clear And Present
Danger as the biggest openning for Jack Ryan Movies. Clear brought
in around 20 million $. But no words from Paramount whether they're
signing Ben Affleck for the next installment or not. More info
Here's the box office top ten for the past weekend.
1 The Sum of All Fears $31,200,000
2 Star Wars: Episode II $20,680,000
3 Spider-Man $14,500,000
4 Undercover Brother $12,100,000
5 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron $10,700,000
6 Insomnia $9,760,000
7 Enough $6,800,000
8 About a Boy $4,100,000
9 Unfaithful $2,950,000
10 The New Guy $1,500,000
movies has a bunch of pictures from the LA movie premiere.
Featuring pictures of Ben Affleck , Morgan freeman and Bridget
has talked with real life CIA,Chase Brandon about the movie The
Sum Of All Fears. Here's an exerpt
"for me as a moviegoer, it certainly
captures the concern that I feel as a private citizen knowing
that we've seen incredibly imaginative diabolical attacks on us
in September. You have to assume that virtually anything imaginable
now can happen. So, is this a realistic possibility? Yeah. I worry
about something like this happening. Is it realistic from a CIA
operations and analytical standpoint? I think the answer there
is probably realistic enough. Tom Clancy tends to always do his
homework on movies about the military and the intelligence community
anyway. The screen adaptation, when Paramount sent it into the
headquarters and the office of public affairs read it, we were
impressed with the amount of homework he had done in typecasting
Jack Ryan and the analytical work that Jack Ryan was doing. In
fact, the Jack Ryan character embodies the heroism and intelligence
and bravery and dedication and patriotism of the actual Jack and
Jill Ryans who work in the agency as analysts."
Anderson Jones has a scoop on The Sum Of All Fears on the
website. Also check out the review
of the movie there. They give it a B,which is not bad.
You think the nuke attack is possible?
Is it really possible? Check out Entertainment Weekly's article
which explore the possibility of the subject here.
Filmforce has talked with TSOAF director
,Phil Alden Robinson. Read the full interview here.It
also features some on-the-set pictures there.
By the way do not hesitate to let me know
what do you think of the new layout. Like it or hate it just email
me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'd like to hear from Jack Ryan fans out there so drop me a mail
06-02-02 : Today
I'm all about reviews , reviews and even more reviews. Here's
what the so-called critics say about the movie.
Eleanor Ringel Gillespie "...may not be super smart, but
it's rock solid."
Roger Ebert "Director Phil Alden Robinson and his writers,
Paul Attanasio and Daniel Pyne, do a spellbinding job of cranking
up the tension..."
Michael Wilmington "...even the possible end of the world
can't save The Sum of All Fears from its own cinematic meltdown."
Margaret A. McGurk "There is something wrong with The Sum
of All Fears..."
a taut script, good doses of twisting suspense,
plenty of first-rate supporting players and one nuclear explosion
that strikes eerily close to home..."
Christopher Null "...rarely makes any sense."
David Hunter "...may strike some as a disturbingly unhelpful
Angeles Times B
Kevin Thomas "...absorbing and disturbing..." more...
York Post D
Lou Lumenick "...truly the 20-megaton bomb among this summer's
York Times B-
Stephen Holden "It's a striking measure of the nervousness
of the country right now that a movie so full of holes should
be as gripping as it is..."
James Berardinelli "...more demanding than the usual escapist
William Arnold "All told, it's a reasonably effective movie..."
Ed Gonzalez "...the filmmakers hope to scare an already paranoid
America into seeing past the narrative dung heap..."
Mike Clark "...a mediocre terrorist melodrama turned even
punier by real-life events..."