John Carter of Mars

John Carter of Mars John Carter (of Mars) is a scfi character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs who finds himself transported to the red planet, and due to the lesser gravity on Mars, he is able to perform superhuman feats of strength--particularly amazing leaps across great distances. Falling in love with a kidnapped princess, he uses his abilities to rescue her. The character is enduring, having appeared in various media (including comic strips and books) since his 1912 debut in a magazine serial. In the forthcoming 2012 film adaptation of the series, John Carter, Carter is played by Taylor Kitsch, with the role of Dejah Thoris to be played by Lynn Collins.
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X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE Star Taylor Kitsch Reflects On JOHN CARTER And The Love It Still Gets From Fans
John Carter was a box office flop when it arrived in theaters back in 2012, but the Disney movie still has a devoted fanbase, and that's something lead star Taylor Kitsch clearly remains grateful for...
I spend a few minutes with Jakob Salvati to discuss comics, heroes, comic book movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron and his new film Little Boy which hits theaters tomorrow! Hit the jump to read OR listen to the interview!
Over on twitter, John Carter director Andrew Stanton has released the title cards for two originally planned sequels to the film, but were scrapped. The films were to be titled Gods of Mars and Warlord of Mars, creating a trilogy. You can see the titles after the jump!
Even though the movie didn't have many fans, John Carter still had a few. Including actor Mark Strong, who was asked, and gave, his opinion on why the movie wasn't as successful as people would have hoped.
The Moving Picture Company (MPC) has uploaded a new video that showcases the digital effects they created for Disney's John Carter. Watch a scene involving the hero slaughtering a bunch of computer generated creatures. Neato!
Before he helmed Iron Man for Marvel Studios, Jon Favreau was attached to direct John Carter (back then it still had the, "of Mars" suffix) and he talks here about how his take on the character would have differed from Andrew Stanton's financial and critical disappointment.
Blue Sky Studios' animator, Patrick Giusiano, recently revealed this special effects workflow video that showcases the unique process of creating the animation for Andrew Stanton's science fiction epic, John Carter. Check it out after the jump...
Available to buy now in both the US and UK, we've been sent this exclusive clip from the John Carter DVD/Blu-ray. If you haven't watched the film yet, then you will most definitely want to check out this tense exchange between Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins) and Sab Than (Dominic West).
Pssst! Want to know the hottest on-set secrets about Disney’s epic new movie, John Carter? We catch up with actors Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins, as well as the film’s director Andrew Stanton, to bring you the low-down on the jaw-dropping, action-packed adventure.
Mark Andrews will make his directorial debut with Pixar's Brave, but he also played a role in the big screen adaptation of John Carter. In the following interview, he shares his thoughts on the failure of the movie and the chances of a second and third installment.

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