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Thursday, 18 December 2008

The Random - Mark Hamill to voice the Joker again, Cowboy Bebop, Green Lantern, King of Fighters, The How-To Guide for Saving the World, Sinbad

Mark Hamill has signed on to voice The Joker in Eidos and Warner Bros’ video game Batman: Arkham Asylum. Kevin Conroy is voicing Batman. The Animated team are back together which is great news.

MTV talked with Reeves recently and finally got confirmation on his involvement with Cowboy Bebop- "we're trying to do that," Reeves said. He also gave his appreciation for groundbreaking anime series: "It's got a western quality, a western film noir aspect to it. It's got so much style to it, and that's part of its appeal. That kind of Old West, bordertown, low-tech science fiction aspect."

Nicole Kidman told the Telegraph that, "I'm not that interested in making films any more." She adds that, "I know I'm not meant to say that, but that's where it is for me now."

Warner Bros President Alan Horn tells Collider that while they are “very anxious to bring Superman back” it will probably happen in “the next couple of years.” He then went on to say,
“I think Green Lantern is probably the best guess but I can’t promise it at this moment,”

Maggie Q has joined the currently in-production King of Fighters live-action film, based on the bestselling 1994 Japanese SNK Playmore video game. It also stars Sean Faris, Ray Park, Will Yun Lee and David Leitch, who doubles as the action choreographer.

MGM and United Artist have hired Barry Sonnenfeld to direct The How-To Guide for Saving the World, an alien action comedy from newcomer BenDavid Grabinski."A loser discovers a book on how to stop an alien invasion and is thrust into action to stop a real one."

Columbia Pictures has hired director Adam Shankman to helm the The 8th Voyage of Sinbad. The story centers on Sinbad and his crew, who are marooned off the coast of China, and embark on a quest to find the Lamp of Aladdin. Along the way they meet a beautiful empress and do battle with fantastical creatures and a rebellious Chinese general who threatens the kingdom.

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