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Thursday, 26 June 2008

The Random

Andrew Stanton has given an in-depth interview about the "John Carter of Mars" adaptation.

Kevin Smith has done a very touching tribute to the great George Carlin.

Hamm the Piggy Bank "is a villain in the beginning... [but then] becomes a superhero" says John Ratzenberger about his character in "Toy Story 3".

A script review of David Goyer's draft of "X-Men Origins: Magneto".

What will happen to Stan Winston Studios with the passing of Stan Winston? Quint over at AICN has the details.

John Landis says that he'd certainly be up for a remake of his classic "An American Werewolf in London".

An early review of the scriptment for James Cameron's upcoming sci-fi actioneer "Avatar".

Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" scored a PG-13 rating, meaning the much hyped about threesome scene between Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johannson, and Javier Bardem is extremely tame.

Have a look at the Spanish Blu-ray steelbook edition artwork for "Iron Man".

Frank Miller has updated his blog for "The Spirit" and talks about the level and detail of CGI involvement in the production.

Ray Wise has confirmed that he completed a table read last Monday for "Jeepers Creepers 3".

Mark Millar says that a sequel is already in the planning stages for "Wanted" but a lot will depend on this weekend's box-office for the film.

Pixar is doing a short film entitled "Burn-E" about a robot with that name which will be included as an extra on the "Wall-E" DVD.

Richard Kelly's sci-fi thriller "The Box" is tipped to be released on September 11th 2009. A test screening however will take place later this week.

Warners will release New Line and Ed Harris's "Appaloosa" on September 17th in limited release. Viggo Mortensen, Renee Zellweger, Harris, Jeremy Irons and Lance Henriksen star.

Mike White confirms that he has just finished and handed in a script for a sequel to the Jack Black comedy "School of Rock".

Watchmen - Zack Snyder's fighting hard to keep as much as he can from the comic in the final film. From the sounds of it the studio has been concerned with the edgier elements and the runtime which he's still pretty dead-set on keeping at 150-180 minutes theatrically. He said that the production should easily make the March release date, whilst the DVD - with the Black Freighter add-on - could hit 210 minutes or possibly higher.

From Dark Horizons.