Field will star opposite Daniel Day-Lewis as The Great Emancipator, and I just realized that particular nickname for President Abraham Lincoln sounds dirty.
I wonder if George Clooney gets MSNBC in his dreams.
At least that’s better than a “Puddle of Mudd.”
Sony is a very attractive distribution partner for MGM and clearly “wants it.” The James Bond distribution rights, that is.
David Hayter wrote ‘Watchmen’ and ‘X2′, but he’s now turning his attention to adapting books with fewer pictures that also inspire sad people to dress-up in convention halls.
Mark Verheiden has penned everything from “Battlestar Galactica” to Superman comics. He’ll be teaming with Akiva Goldsman on the NBC series that’s just one part of a big, giant thing.
Michael Mann and Paul Haggis have gone crazy with gold fever, because they’re packaging a movie called ‘Gold’ as a possible directing vehicle for Mann.
Green Day may drop dookies into theaters nationwide.
Michael Clarke Duncan took the green mile all the way to Green Lantern planet in his green machine. I assume he has a green machine.
Tortorella (‘Scream 4′) is up for the lead villain: a shady, Satan-worshipping cop. Side note: has there been a satanic police procedural yet?
You know that British guy who’s in everything from ‘Batman Begins’ to ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ to ‘Shakespeare In Love’? Maybe? Well, he’s in another movie.
In his epic quest to cure 3D headachyness and do a crazy technology thing, Jackson has opted to shoot ‘The Hobbit’ at 48 frames per second, rather than the good ol’ fashioned 24.
Totally tubular to the excellent.
What young girl doesn’t dream of getting passed around like a doobie between two stoners? Blake Lively certainly must. She’s the current front runner to play the female lead in Oliver Stone’s new drama, ‘The Savages’.
Twentieth Century Fox and director James Cameron have chosen MBS Media Campus in Manhattan Beach to shoot the sequels to ‘Avatar’, the bazillion dollar-grossing, unofficial ‘Pocahontas’ remake.
I hope Lightning McQueen wants some spinning rims and hydraulic suspension. Disney is in talks with Ice Cube to produce and distribute ‘Chrome and Paint’, a drama about the South Central Los Angeles custom car scene.
People you will see in ‘The Hangover Part II’: Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. People who you will not see: Liam Neeson. Monkeys you will see: that monkey they now have.
The Adult Swimmers are wisely asking Odenkirk to create a new television show that makes fun of the shitty production values of locally-produced videos. *Inset VCR Tracking Effects*
Yes, the ancient old Spider-Man is still webbing around. Maguire’s set to star in director Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s bestseller ‘Life of Pi’.
Over the years, Fox’s proposed reboot of 1947′s ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ has collected more comedian interest than a hot asian girl at a stand-up club wearing a tight Ghostbusters t-shirt.
Ben Affleck is in talks to join director Baz Luhrmann’s new version of the literary classic I somewhat remember from high school english class.
‘The Crow’ is back from the dead and ready to paint its face… to freak you out.
The fact that ‘Captain America: The Last Avenger’ shot in the UK kinda sucks Henry Cavill-style, but at least they’re dipping their shield into a little American location pie.
Twentieth Century Fox’s marketing team knows: the more words you add to a title, the more money you will make. That is science fact.
Bardem is in final talks to join the adaptation of Stephen King’s book series, which will include three movies and two TV mini-series. Okay, but will there also be a web series and a couple Nintendo 3DS games?
Comedian Rob Riggle (‘The Daily Show’) is ready to torment some kids. Or rather, cops pretending to be kids. Or rather… something. We’ll see.
Woody Allen, Tyler Perry and David Cronenberg will direct them. In different projects, though I’d be curious to know what the six of them would accomplish together.
Ryan’s gonna try being a grown-woman who acts like a 15-year-old trying to be cute *behind the camera* with ‘Into The Beautiful’.
“Californication” star Addison may play opposite Anton Yelchin in the Dean Koontz adaptation ‘Odd Thomas’. Hopefully, she will play the character topless.
Warner Bros and ‘Harry Potter’ producer David Heyman are bringing a magical French boy to the big screen. Non, merci?