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Tuesday, 19 August 2008

The Random

Variety posted another update on the status of the next Superman film. Basically, no one knows. Bryan Singer may or may not be doing it. I feel sorry for Brandon Routh.

Not sounding good for the Watchmen movie. Deadline Hollywood say, ""A federal judge has denied a Warner Bros motion to dismiss 20th Century Fox's legal battle over the rights to develop, produce and distribute a film based on the graphic novel Watchmen."

Paul W. S. Anderson is off the Spy Hunter movie. Therefore, it may now be good.

Remember the name, Fame, is being remade and set in the modern day with all new songs. Matt if you are reading this in a weeks time I'm sure you can't wait for it!

Check out the guts of Lightning McQueen from Cars.

Jimmy Fallon has been cast in Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut Whip It! Nothing to do with Devo though.

The Batmobile from Batman Returns is up for sale.

On November 25th 2008, Criterion will finally be releasing a Director-Approved Double-Disc Special Edition of Wes Anderson’s first feature film Bottle Rocket.

20th Century Fox has put the big screen adaptation of Voltron in turnaround, and the project is now being set-up at Relativity Media. He-Man scribe Justin Marks penned the screenplay which is being described as “a post-apocalyptic tale set in New York City and Mexico” which follows “five ragtag survivors of an alien attack band together and end up piloting the five lion-shaped robots that combine and form the massive sword-wielding Voltron that helps battle Earth’s invaders.”

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