New set photos of Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried in Andrew Niccol's 'Now'have emerged.
According to The Sun (a source that always requires a handful of salt), the new James Bond film will be called 'Red Sky At Night' and that the film's producers want Rachel Weisz to play Bond's arch enemy.
A book about the life of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, titled 'The Most Dangerous Man in the World,' has already been optioned for the big screen.
'Easy A' director Will Gluck will produce (though likely not direct) a remake of the '80s comedy 'About Last Night...' through his Olive Bridge Productions.
'The Iceman,' based on the life of famed hitman Richard Kuklinski is off to a great start by casting Michael Shannon as the titular killer, Benecio Del Toro as his mobster boss and James Franco as the assassin who trains him.
A Lucasfilm rep is insisting that George Lucas was only joking when he told Seth Rogen that he genuinely thought the world would end in 2012.
Speaking of Lucasfilm, Amazon has now dated the 'Star Wars' Blu-rays for September 27th.
MTV has premiered the first trailer for the drama 'Son of No One,' starring Channing Tatum, Al Pacino, Katie Holmes, Ray Liotta ... and (yes!) Tracy Morgan:
Sacha Gervasi ('Anvil! The Story of Anvil') is attached to direct the biopic'Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of 'Psycho.' Ivan Reitman's Montecito Pictures are producing based on the book by Stephen Rebello.
'Sinbad: Rogue of Mars,' a comic based on the famous Ray Harryhausen series, has been optioned by Morningside Entertainment with sights on a 2012 release (just in time to compete with 'John Carter of Mars'?).
Check out the trailer for 'Tracker,' an Australian thriller that finds Ray Winstone tracking Temeura Morrison through the outback (looks good; kind of like a cross between 'Red Hill' and 'The Proposition') [via Quiet Earth]:
Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez are set to write a joint memoir for publisher Free Press.
'The Collection,' the sequel to Marcus Dunstan's directorial debut, 'The Collector,' is currently filming in Georgia and Dread Central scored some exclusive details about the film, including the new cast.
'The Tall Man,' director Pascal Laugier's follow-up film to 'Martyrs,' starring Jessica Biel and Stephen McHattie has scored European distribution. Still no word on where it will end up in the States, however.
The Spike TV show 'Deadliest Warrior' is getting the silver screen treatment thanks to Paramount, producer Shawn Levy and newly hired screenwriters John D. Payne and Patrick Mckay.
John Swetman has just sold his spec script 'Evidence,' about detectives who have to piece together a grizzly crime scene based on the digital devices left behind, for six-figures to Bold Films.