• We're not sure if geeks can handle this one, but here it is: An image of Jessica Rabbit wearing a Slave Leia costume. Do with that what you will. [via Geekologie]

• Yes, Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes will team with Sony Pictures on a film based on the comic 'Zombies Vs. Robots.' Story will follow a young girl (who's also the last survivor on earth) and the pack of robots that protect her from zombies who have evolved and are intelligent enough to ... fight robots, we guess.

• Though rumors suggest otherwise, Kiefer Sutherland -- perhaps in an effort to remain relevant -- claims there will definitely be a '24' movie and that they'll hopefully start next January with Tony Scott directing.

• Start saying your goodbyes because Blockbuster is now officially for sale. Any takers? Yeah, didn't think so.

• While we thought the film rights for that 'Dead Island' game were already snatched up (thanks to the Game Trailer Heard Around the World), it appears no such deal is done yet and the company that developed the game is still fielding offers.
• Martin Scorsese's 3D film 'Hugo Cabaret' has been given a November 23rd release date, making it a film the whole family can check out over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Christopher McQuarrie ('The Usual Suspects,' 'Valkyrie') has signed on to adapt 'Star Blazers' into a feature film based off the 1970s sci-fi animated series that itself is based on the Japanese anime series 'Space Battleship Yamato.' Deadline says we should expect the film to involve "alien invasions, the near extinction of the human race, and a last dash journey through space to save the planet."

Sofia Coppola directs Natalie Portman in a new ad for Dior ...

• Check out this great fan-made trailer called 'ET-X: Extinction' that shows you what happens when ET returns to Earth to warn folks of an upcoming alien invasion.

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