At the beginning of the gamer movie fans more aware about that as Michael C. Hall leads as protagonist. It was depicts very rare theme and no doubt this became mega hit in holly wood. It caused to carry up Michael C. Hall’s popularity.
He was gave ideas about gamer movie in an interview. He told that he was very interesting with this movie. He was depicts as a game creator as Ken Castle. It is so nice to see him again after few weeks of Dexter episode’s debut. He said castle was minor depicts in this movie more than his Dexter Morgan character. He was not cell in to this movie. He does not want fans to see him in Dexter view.
Gamer is a fantastic action movie which offer uncommon theme for audience. Michael C. Hall plays as Ken Castle who is create and develop this deadly game. It was not like a normal game as it comprises with load of deadly battle with real human being. He became rock star via controlling this game but many of human fight for their true life through out the game. They connect as avatar and only they can survive if they win 30 levels in the game.
Most of fans waited for Dexter season 4. It was remarkable TV series among audience.
Plot goes around strange killer. Obliviously main character in this series has a baby now. He struggle with load of problems and he wants to treat to his hidden stranger. John Lithgow plays as Walter Simmons who representative dual life as serial killer. When he embarked in to Miami he was traced by Frank Lundy (Keith Carradine), FBI special agent. Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) is very interesting about this killer’s profile. This will be most fantastic with Dexter Morgan, Rita, Cody and Astor.
Season 4 premieres will be debut on Sunday September 27, 2009. Jump in to glimpse photos below.
Photo: Randy Tepper/Showtime
Motion posters are all the rage now, and Lionsgate has just released one for “Gamer” (formerly known as “Citizen Game”), the upcoming sci-fi action flick starring Gerard Butler (“300″), Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”), and Milo Ventimiglia (“Heroes”).
The movie is set in a futuristic world that’s more like a video game than the world we know now – i.e. humans can control other humans like an online game. Yikes. Better pull the kids off “World of Warcraft” before things get out of control!
Rated R for frenetic sequences of strong brutal violence throughout, sexual content, nudity and language, “Gamer” hits theaters Sept. 4, 2009.
Image: Lionsgate Films, 2009