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Sunday, 29 June 2008

The Random

Guillermo Del Toro has had a Frankenstein project on the go for a while now. He's due to do The Hobbit, but after that he'll be back on the mismatched man. Apparantly, he'd like Doug Jones (Abe Sapien, The Faun, Silver Sufer) to be the monster. ShockTillYouDrop.com have more.

Johnny Rico is heading back to the screen. That's right, Casper Van Dien is starring in Starship Troopers 3. Take a breath you Van Dien fan. This time Rico is going to be a Colonel taking on the bugs and they've got power armour as in the book. (Un)Surprisingly this piece of work, subtitled Marauder, will be direct to DVD on August 5th.

Todd McFarlane has been talking about the possibility of Spawn heading back after the recent succes of Iron Man. Apparantly it would be an R rated reinvention. Read more here.

Rumours abound on a sequel/prequel to 300. Zack Snyder has said he'll be directing it and Frank Miller is writing a new story for it. Is there a need for it though?

Naomi Watts has joined Anthony Hopkins, Gwyneth Paltrow and Keira Knightley in King Lear. Paltrow, Watts and Knightley will play Lear's (Hopkins) three daughters.