Winona Ryder confirms 'Heathers 2' is in the works, Eminem knew he was going to be the butt of the joke at the MTV Movie Awards, 'Where's Waldo?' heads to the big screen and more of today's top movie headlines. img hspace="8" border="0" align="left" vspace="8" src="http://www.blogcdn.com/blog.moviefone.com/media/2009/06/winona-ryder-78x52.jpg" alt="" /> Winona Ryder has confirmed that a sequel to her 1988 cult hit 'Heathers' is indeed in the works and that co-star Christian Slater will return as "kind of an Obi-Wan character." Let's hope the Force is strong with this one.
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Turns out Eminen wasn't the unknowing butt of the joke that left Sacha Baron Cohen's bare ass in his face at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. Sources confirm that Em signed off on the gag and even rehearsed it beforehand.
'Where's Waldo?' Headed for the big screen. Universal Pictures is developing a live-action film based on the popular series of childrens' books that ask kids to find the red-and-white-sweater-wearing Waldo in a sea of people.
Former 'Charmed' star Alyssa Milano has committed to 'My Girlfriend's Boyfriend,' a romantic comedy in which she'll play a woman torn between two Mr. Rights. Single women will surely feel her pain.
[The Hollywood Repoter]
'Legally Blonde' and '21' director Robert Luketic may helm a remake of the 1968 erotic sc-fi classic 'Barbarella.' Until recently, 'Sin City' director Robert Rodriguez had been attached to redo the flick, but scrapped plans when Universal wanted to film in Germany.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is getting 'Caught in the Crossfire.' He'll play a gang-banger turned informant in the police corruption drama, which also stars Chris Klein.
'Moon' director Doug Jones will helm 'Escape From the Deep,' based on the legendary real-life tale of a U.S. Navy submarine that sank during WWII and the nine men who swam 180 feet to the surface (without getting the bends) to survive. One word: badass.
[The Hollywood Reporter]