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April 18th

Sam Clafin Joins Pirates of the Carribean 4

To a chorus largely composed of "who?" Disney has announced that British newcomer Sam Clafin has joined the cast of Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.The press release (snagged by Coming Soon) lists Clafin as a Lamda graduate who won his first acting role in the upcoming historical series The Pillars Of The Earth, and has followed that with post-apocalyptic tale The Lost Future.But he'll get his really big break when he steps up to the role of Philip a young missionary who gets mixed up with Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow on his hunt for the Fountain Of Youth.

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April 18th

Whedon To Direct THE AVENGERS

Marvel Studios is in final negotiations for BUFFY the VAMPIRE SLAYER series architect Joss Whedon to direct Marvel Studios' THE AVENGERS. That's the fast-tracked film that would amount to an all-star team of Marvel superheros, including Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), as well as SHIELD leader Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). Other signature superheros will likely be involved, but these are the actors in active superhero duty. Whedon has been rumored for this job for awhile, and is high on the fanboy wish-list. He's an interesting choice: despite his writing/producing TV series resume, his lone feature directing effort, SERENITY, was not a hit. After IRON MAN 2, Marvel has three pictures left on a distribution deal with Paramount before it moves to Disney, and the studio has been churning them out. IRON MAN 2 gets released in May, CAPTAIN AMERICA will begin shooting this summer in Europe, THOR is in production, and Marvel Studios just set Pete Sollett to direct RUNAWAYS, based on the comic book series created by LOST writer Brian K. Vaughan. Whedon has written installments of the latter, so he knows how to make those superheros fly. Marvel has considered all of the individual superhero movies to be an intro to THE AVENGERS, so the wanna-see on this one will be huge. The film will be released in the first weekend of May, 2012.

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April 18th

MACHETE gets release date

Studio has set Robert Rodriguez and Ethan Maniquis' MACHETE for release in theaters on Sept. 3. Pic is based on Rodriguez's fake trailer for GRINDHOUSE. Rodriguez and Maniquis co-directed the film from Rodriquez's script. MACHETE stars Danny Trejo as a blade-wielding Mexican ex-Federale who is double-crossed by a crooked politician. Robert De Niro, Jessica Alba, Michelle Rodriquez and Lindsay Lohan also star. The MACHETE trailer generated big interest when airing on YouTube. The feature-length version was financed by Overnight Prods., who sold off international rights to Sony and several territory distributors. That provided the bulk of the money needed to shoot the film, which Rodriguez lensed last fall in Austin, Texas. MACHETE reunites Fox and Rodriguez, who worked on the PREDETOR franchise together.

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April 20th

Cheech and Chong Haven't Gone to Pot

In a puff of smoke, they were gone for 25 years. But on Tuesday (4/20 to fans of pot culture), Cheech and Chong, those aging icons of stoner comedy, will be everywhere - in theaters, video on demand, DVD, even on iTunes, PlayStations and Xboxes. Did that just blow your mind? Find the full story here

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April 20th

Classic Movies Remain Untouchable

With Hollywood hot on the trail of remakes, is there any film that's untouchable?

Producers have yet to move forward with updates of CASABLANCA or THE MALTESE FALCON at Warner Bros. And if Ridley Scott truly likes epics, why not have him try his hand at GONE WITH THE WIND?

For now, studios are steering clear of the classics, for a myriad of reasons, and instead finding new potential in overlooked or failed concepts of the past.

The politics surrounding a project can play a significant part in remake decisions. For example, it wouldn't make sense for Fox to attempt a remake of TITANIC anytime soon, says one insider, because the studio is still in business with James Cameron, and most of the original execs are still on the lot.

By contrast, something like the Coen brothers' upcoming remake of TRUE GRIT is far more palatable. With 40 years having elapsed since the original, Paramount didn't have to worry about politics with past execs or its original helmer coming into play.

Then there are the broader expectations that films are expected to deliver on these days. Classic titles aren't necessarily classic brands, which can sell on multiple platforms.

"You look at a lot of the titles being made today, many of them are moving toward youth like CONAN or (HE-MAN and the) MASTERS of the UNIVERSE where there is a lot of revenue, says one producer. "Classics like a CASABLANCA don't carry that type of brand."

Money issues and the right creative team also can make or break a remake deal."Studios are never afraid of offending anybody, but they are afraid of losing money," says an agent. "If the right actors and directors aren't banging down a studio's door to get something made, then no studio is just going to give such a project to a fresh-faced USC grad."

Still, some classic projects have surmounted the hurdles to get a modern makeover, but wound up helping to make the case that such concepts need to be carefully considered in the first place.

Fresh off the heels of his GOOD WILL HUNTING Oscar nomination, Gus Van Sant and Universal decided to take on the Hitchcock classic PSYCHO -- in a shot-by-shot remake, no less. Critics were not moved and audiences hardly showed up at the box office.

Sony saw potential in remaking the 1949 best picture winner ALL THE KING'S MEN with Oscar darlings Sean Penn and Kate Winslet in the leads and SCHINDLER'S scribe Steve Zaillian helming. But the MOVIE was rescheduled from a December 2005 opening to a September 2006 slot, and after receiving lukewarm responses from critics, audiences passed.

So, unless the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Winslet start banging on Warner Bros.' door to do a remake of "Casablanca," audiences will have to make do with the Bogie and Bergman original.

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April 20th

James Bond 23 Indefinitely on Hold

The movie — known simply as BOND 23 for now — had been moving forward with no apparent issues slowing its progress, even with studio MGM in some financial troubles. In fact, the movie was shaping up to be one of the best installments we've seen with Daniel Craig once again returning and Academy Award-winning AMERICAN BEAUTY, ROAD TO PERDITION, and REVOLUTIONARY ROAD director Sam Mendes set to helm the film.

Sadly, it appears that these financial woes have risen up to wreak havoc. In a statement made by Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions, it has been announced that BOND 23 has been stopped in its tracks, put on hold, and will be kept there indefinitely until things are figured out.

Due to the continuing uncertainty surrounding the future of MGM and the failure to close a sale of the studio, we have suspended development on BOND 23 indefinitely. We do not know when development will resume and do not have a date for the release of BOND 23.

For all we know, things could get settled quickly and the movie could be right back in action soon. But with the movie looking at a 2011/2012 release timeframe, this could also see a devastating delay that sees the project lost in the shadows for who knows how long. One has to wonder how long is too long before Craig wouldn't want to do another, and a new Bond would one again need to be chosen...not that that's stopped them before.

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April 20th

STRETCH Writer-Director Team Picked

Universal is moving forward with its STRETCH ARMSTRONG project and has tapped Nick Stoller to rewrite and Rob Letterman to direct.

The Taylor Lautner-starring vehicle will mark a reteaming of Letterman and Stoller, who penned the Letterman-helmed comedy GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.

Steve Oedekerk wrote the original screenplay of STRETCH, which will bring the popular Hasbro toy to the big screen.

Plot details are being kept under wraps.

Hasbro's enduring action figure, which was only 13 inches tall but was able to stretch nearly four feet, became a staple in kids' toy chests in the 1970s.

Film is being produced by Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer alongside Brian Goldner and Bennett Schneir for Hasbro.

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April 20th

Nimoy Won't Star in TREK Sequel

For those who were looking forward to Leonard Nimoy's participation in the next STAR TREK sequel -- or perhaps an on-screen reunion between Nimoy and William Shatner -- you can forget about it. According to the Toronto Sun, Nimoy will be retiring from acting once he finishes up his final appearance as Dr. William Bell in the TV show FRINGE. "I've been doing this professionally for 60 years. I love the idea of going out on a positive note. I've had a great, great time," Nimoy told the paper.

Regarding STAR TREK, Nimoy admitted that it just wouldn't be right to continue on playing Spock when there's a new actor attempting to make the character his own. He notes, "I want to get off the stage. Also, I don't think it would be fair to Zachary Quinto (who played the younger Spock in J.J. Abrams' STAR TREK reboot). He's a terrific actor, he looks the part, and it's time to give him some space. And I'm very flattered the character will continue."

Nimoy was in Canada for this weekend's Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo, which he said "could be the last go-round for that too," alluding to the fact that once he retires from acting, he may retire from attending fan conventions too. Nimoy will be making one final stop on his decades-old Trek journey this Friday when he shoots over to the town of Vulcan in Southern Alberta for the first time. There he will be in attendance for the unveiling of a bronze Spock bust while his Vulcan salute will be forever captured in a handprint ceremony. Fitting, don't you think?

Live long and prosper, Mr. Nimoy

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April 22nd

AVATAR Set for Summer Re-Release, Sequel

This week we see the release of AVATAR on DVD. With the censorship fiasco between James Cameron's AVATAR and Amazon over, it looks like there is a new reason for the blockbuster movie to come into the spotlight.

James Cameron revealed some interesting details to the LA Times regarding the AVATAR SEQUEL. The movie, with no expected release date yet, will apparently dwell into the underwater oceans.

However he promised fans that we would still get to enjoy a glimpse of the beautiful forests and flora/fauna that made fans fall in love with the original AVATAR plot. Sneak peek into AVATAR 3D with new footage

Additionally, you can catch AVATAR 3D in theaters again come August as the move is expected for re-release with new footage. What does Cameron have in store for fans? Rumors point to the deleted scenes removed from the DVD and Blu-Ray release plus a possible alternate ending. Whatever it may be we can't wait for the trailer for both the parts.

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April 22nd

MEN in BLACK 3-D Set to Roll

Barry Sonnenfeld has confirmed to that Will Smith and, after months of speculation, Tommy Lee Jones will star in MEN in BLACK III.

Smith has been on board Sony's threequel for some time, but Jones' involvement was less clear, with Josh Brolin mooted as a replacement, while the likes of Sacha Baron Cohen had also been in the casting frame. However, Jones has been concentrating on smaller dramas, like IN THE ELECTRIC MIST and THE COMPANY MEN, for some time, so the chance to exercise those blockbuster muscles (and pay for a new conservatory) was probably too good to pass up.

At the moment, little is known about the plot of the movie, which Sony will be aiming to get into cinemas by Memorial Day 2011 (that's May 30, 2011 to the rest of us), but we imagine it'll involve Agent Jay (Smith) and Kay (Jones) getting in way over their heads with some angry alien beasties. But Sonnenfeld did drop one more bombshell – MIB III will, like every single film in this or any other post-AVATAR universe, will be in glorious 3D.

Actually, 3D should suit Sonnenfeld's manic camerawork pretty well and, with the Smith/Jones deadpan dream team reunited, we're now quietly optimistic about this one. Especially if they bring back Rip Torn – in full drunken bank-robbing mode – as Chief Zed.

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April 22nd


(from MTV News) Like the once-frozen body of its shag-happy hero, AUSTIN POWERS 4 has been in stasis for a while. Word of a fourth installment of the $473 million-grossing franchise first popped up (like machine gun jubblies, you might say) in May of 2007, when Mike Myers told MTV News that he'd started writing a script.

That was at the time SHREK the THIRD hit theaters. Three years later, as a new SHREK opened the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday (April 21), there's still been no concrete movement on AUSTIN POWERS 4. So what's the hold up? Scheduling, Myers told us at the SHREK premiere.

"Things are on track," he said. "It's hard to keep a Stanley Cup team together and I'm very happy how insanely well it's gone. Then it gets hard to get everybody all together."

Schedules may be partly to blame, but it's also unclear at this point if a finished script is in place. Deadline.com suggested in 2008 that Myers was pushing forward on the screenplay and that the box office bomb that was THE LOVE GURU had not diminished New Line Cinema's keenness to get back in the "Austin Powers" game. Yet when we talked to franchise director Jay Roach last month, he seemed to indicate a script wasn't yet complete.

"[Mike Myers is] working on ideas for it, people are definitely talking about it and I'm all good for it," Roach said.

Parse that statement however you will. And this one as well, from Myers at the Tribeca opening: "It's chugging along."

Right. If and when AUSTIN POWERS 4 does gear up, though, Myers has got one very strong idea for the direction he wants to go.

"I'd be very happy to do it in 7-D," he said. "I can't tell you exactly how it works. Actually, I left the plans for it in a bar and somebody saw it. But it's very exciting."

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April 22nd

THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE opens April 28th

ShockTillYouDrop.com has posted an interview with writer/director Tom Six about his new horror film, THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (First Sequence), opening in limited theaters on Wednesday, April 28th.

In the film, two American girls find themselves alone at night when their car breaks down in German woods. Searching for help they find only an isolated villa, whose mysterious owner, Dr. Heiter, takes them in for the night. The next day they awake to find themselves in the basement, trapped in a terrifying makeshift hospital with another one of the doctor's abductees. Dr Heiter explains to the three of them that he is retired surgeon who had specialized in separating Siamese twins. However his three "patients" are not about to be separated, but joined together in a horrific operation. He plans to be the first to connect people, one to the next, via their gastric system, and in doing so bring to life his sick lifetime fantasy: 'the human centipede'.

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April 23rd

ESCAPE from NEW YORK ReMake in the Works

Gerard Butler (300) had been attached to play Snake Plissken in 2007, but left over creative differences. The movie has yet to find a replacement. Plissken is a convict and war hero who's sent into a futuristic Manhattan which has been turned into a giant maximum security prison to rescue the President of the U.S. after his plane is knocked down by terrorists.

The 1981 original starred Kurt Russell and was written and directed by John Carpenter. A follow-up, ESCAPE FROM L.A., was released in 1996.

The new version mixes an origin story for the anti-hero and merges it with the story of the first film.

The script was written by Ken Nolan, David Kajganich and Allan Loeb. Neal H. Moritz's Original Films and Canal Plus are behind the project.

THE CRAZIES helmer Breck Eisner will direct.

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April 25th

No Jamie Kennedy in SCREAM 4

It was recently reported that Jamie Kennedy has been meeting with producers to talk about reprising his Randy Meeks character in SCREAM 4," despite being killed off in the second film. According to writer Kevin Williamson, who has been tasked with penning a new "SCREAM" trilogy, there is no truth to that.

"No. We're not that movie. We're not that universe where you can bring people back from the dead," he told FearNet. "That would be just a cheat. It's such a disservice. Everyone's like, 'When's Randy coming back?' I'm like, 'You know what? I would love nothing more than to have Jamie Kennedy in the film. However to have Randy in the film, it sort of just takes it... I mean SCREAM 2 was a lie, you know? It's a false move. So I just won't do it. I can't do that. I just won't do it."

SCREAM 4 is set to hit theaters April 15th, 2011 and will star Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Simon Gruber and Bianca Cutrona.

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April 25th

Cary Elwes to Return in SAW VII

There have been rumors of Cary Elwes returning to play Dr. Lawrence Gordon ever since the first SAW film. Lionsgate is now getting ready to release the seventh installment and has just confirmed that Elwes will finally be back.

Plot: As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror.

The confirmed cast includes Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Sean Patrick Flanery (BOONDOCK SAINTS), Gina Holden (ALIENS vs PREDATOR: REQUIEM, FINAL DESTINATION 3), Chad Donella (LOST, X-FILES"), Laurence Anthony, Dean Armstrong and Naomi Snieckus.

SAW VII will be released in 3D and is scheduled to hit theaters on October 22nd, opposite the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY sequel.

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April 25th

Stay After the Credits for IRON MAN 2

Marvel loves adding an extra scene after the credits of their superhero films. The first IROM MAN movie introduced us to Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who was looking to get Tony Stark to join The Avengers. Then THE INCREDIBLE HULK had Stark approach General Ross about his "green" problem.

And now, Italian website BadTaste is reporting that "IRON MAN 2" will have an extra scene as well, and it will focus on Captain America and Thor.

It's hard to say whether Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth will both be in the scene, but we've already heard that Hemsworth has some sort of a cameo.

Stay tuned.

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April 26th

Ridley Scott Plans Not Just One, But Two Alien Pre

Ridley Scott won't have enough room in just one ALIEN prequel to would solve the mystery behind the infamous Space Jockey and chill us all over again. He's decided there should be two prequels, both of them in 3-D.

While director Scott has been doing his interview rounds for ROBIN HOOD, tons of ALIEN prequel items have been spilling out of him. The screenplay is now being written by Jon Spaihts, but Scott recently confirmed to Collider that he is hoping to make the prequel a "two-parter." Right now he's focused on merely finishing the first prequel, but he has two movies in mind.

Plus he also confirmed that he would be making the ALIEN prequels in 3-D — adding to the crush of "event" movies competing for a limited number of 3-D screens.

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April 27th

Hollywood Sign Saved

The Hollywood Sign, a beacon to stars and star-struck alike, has been saved from urban sprawl under a land conservation pact announced Monday after a donation by Playboy founder Hugh Hefner capped a multimillion-dollar fundraising drive.

"It's a symbol of dreams and a symbol of opportunity and hope," actor-turned Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told a press conference below the towering letters. "The Hollywood sign will welcome dreamers, artists and Austrian bodybuilders for generations to come."

"The huge sign overlooking the city was in danger of having its distinctive setting on the flanks of the Santa Monica Mountains crowded by construction of estate homes on nearby Cahuenga Peak.

"But a $900,000 donation from Heffner, who helped save the sign itself 32 years ago, and a $500,000 matching grant completed a $12.5 million fundraising drive to protect 138 acres from development that would have altered the globally recognized symbol of the world's film and television capital.

""My childhood dreams and fantasies came from the movies, and the images created in Hollywood had a major influence on my life and Playboy," Hefner said.

"Schwarzenegger praised the public and private partnership that raised the money to keep the property out of the hands of developers.

"The Trust for Public Land conservation group raised $6.7 million in private funds, the state offered $3.1 million, and local funds totaled $2.7 million.

"Schwarzenegger said private donations came from all 50 states, 10 foreign countries, The Tiffany & Co. and a number of individuals, including J. Paul Getty heir Aileen Getty, Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.

"Cahuenga Peak, just west of the sign's location on Mount Lee, features a 360-degree panorama of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.

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April 27th

FINAL DESTINATION Returns for Part 5

FINAL DESTINATION is the beast that will never die, the final destination that will never come. AFTER THE FINAL DESTINATION earned some $66 million domestically and another $115 million in foreign markets, New Line forgot its vow to make the fourth final the last final. With money still coming into the franchise, more folks are doomed to die gruesome, slightly postponed deaths. THR's Heat Vision reports that Eric Heisserer will write the latest installment of the horror series, FINAL DESTINATION 5.

The exact plot is super-needlessly secret right now, although it has been released that this time the film will include one person undergoing laser eye surgery. Just think of the fun! Will the person be so hopelessly stupid that as their friends are dying mysteriously, they decide to go and let lasers near their eyeballs, or will this poor sap be the first victim? And how many more installments until its Final Destination Under Water, Final Destination in the Air, or Final Destination in Space? At some point, they'll have to add a new twist other than 3D jumps.

As for Heisserer, well, he is on a horror role these days. He wrote the final draft of the new A NIGHTMARE on ELM STREET, and penned the script for the remake of THE THING, which is currently shooting in Toronto. Should his sequels and remakes do well, we'll probably see a whole lot more of him in the next few years.

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April 27th

Tyler Perry to Remake Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW

Pajiba is reporting that Tyler Perry is developing IT HAD to be MURDER, a thriller based on the same 1942 Cornell Woolrich short story that inspired Alfred Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW and Shia LaBeouf's DISTURBIA.

The story is about Hal Jeffries, confined to a wheelchair with a broken leg and allowed only to survey the daily lives of his neighbors across the courtyard. He discovers that one of them is a murderer and that he is the next victim.

Perry will produce the new movie through his 34th Street Films production company. A director has yet to be announced, and only time will tell whether Madea will be the main character or the suspected murderer.

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April 27th

RING 3D is Being Developed

THR is reporting that Paramount Pictures is moving ahead with a third installment in THE RING horror franchise. The new film, based on Japanese movies, is being called RING 3D. It is being written by David Loucka (EDDIE, THE DREAM TEAM).

The plot of the original film centered on a young journalist investigating a mysterious videotape that seemed to cause the death of anyone within a week of viewing it.

The new film is being fashioned as more teen-centric than the first, and though the logline is being kept under wraps, the aim is to reinvent the franchise. One potential scenario involves teens finding a VHS player that still works.

No director is on board. The third film will obviously be in 3D.

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April 28th

ZOOKEEPER moved to 2011 Summer Slot

In what it characterized as a vote of confidence, Sony has announced it will push back its Kevin James starrer ZOOKEEPER from October 8 to a more robust summer slot on July 8, 2011.

Studio said it recently held a research screening of the film to enthusiastic reactions.

ZOOKEEPER is now skedded to bow a week before Paramount's third TRANSFORMERS pic, and two weeks ahead of Warner Bros.' final HARRY POTTER installment.

"This film is going to be a big complement to our summer," said Sony distrib topper Rory Bruer. "It's a movie that's going to play to everybody."

Comedy pic tells the story of a herd of talking zoo animals who help their keeper find true love (Rosario Dawson). Along with James, the film's voice cast includes Sylvester Stallone, Adam Sandler, Jon Favreau and Cher.

Frank Coraci, who directed Sandler in CLICK and The WEDDING SINGER, helmed ZOOKEEPER.

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April 28th

Leonardo Da Vinci is an Action Hero in New Movie

Marc Guggenheim (GREEN LANTERN, FLASHFORWARD) has been hired to write the script for LEONARDO Da VINCI AND THE SOLDIERS of FOREVER, a Warner Bros project that sees the original Renaissance man as an action hero.

"Da Vinci," based on an original idea and treatment from producer Adrian Askarieh, re-imagines Da Vinci as a member of a secret society who falls headlong into a supernatural adventure that pits the man against Biblical demons in a story involving secret codes, lost civilizations, hidden fortresses and fallen angels.

Warners has also signed Guggenheim to write THIEVES of BAGHDAD, which Warners says is OCEANS ELEVEN meets ARABIAN NIGHTS. The new movie sees Sinbad, Ali Baba and all the other scoundrels from the classic Arabic folk tales team up to pull off the biggest heist of their criminal careers.

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April 29th

Matt Tolmach Talks SPIDER-MAN Reboot

In an article at The Hollywood Reporter talking about video game and comic book adaptations, Columbia Pictures president Matt Tolmach briefly addressed the upcoming SPIDER-MAN reboot:

He also cautioned that moviemakers are in "a golden moment of technology," with 3D and various other digital techniques at their disposal. "With great power comes great responsibility, and we have to always fall back on great storytelling," he said.

Tolmach also said he's excited but nervous about his company's upcoming SPIDER-MAN reboot, which he described as "Peter Parker told differently." He promised it will look, feel and smell different from the three films starring Tobey Maguire.

"We're humbled by it," he said.

Directed by Marc Webb from a James Vanderbilt script, the film is scheduled to hit 3D and 2D theaters on July 3, 2012.

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April 29th

First Look: The Destroyer from THOR!

Marvel Studios expands its film universe with a new type of superhero: THOR. This epic adventure spans the Marvel Universe; from present day Earth to the realm of Asgard. At the center of the story is The Mighty Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war. Thor is cast down to Earth and forced to live among humans as punishment. Once here, Thor learns what it takes to be a true hero when the most dangerous villain of his world sends the darkest forces of Asgard to invade Earth.

(Click here for a larger picture.)

Thor comes to theaters May 6th, 2011 and stars Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, Samuel L. Jackson, Anthony Hopkins, Kat Dennings, Stellan Skarsgård, Ray Stevenson, Jaimie Alexander. The film is directed by Kenneth Branagh.

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