Darren Aronofsky's latest film just might be a science fiction adventure starring George Clooney. According to Vulture, just a few weeks after the director said he wouldn't be making 'The Wolverine' (that's Aronofsky fans applauding), the 'Black Swan' director has set his sights on a 15-year-old original spec script called 'Human Nature,' about a man who is cryogenically frozen and wakes up years later in a world where humans have become pets of another species. Vulture says that Clooney is attached to the project. This should fit in perfectly with Aronofsky's generally jaundiced take on the nature of human existence. Can't wait.

'Sons of Anarchy' star Charlie Hunnam is making a nice segue to the big screen: He's negotiating to star in Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim,' a futuristic tale in which giant malevolent creatures threaten to destroy the earth and humans have to come up with some sophisticated weapons to fight back. According to Deadline, 'Pacific Rim' surfaced as an important movie when del Toro focused his attention on it after Universal halted 'At the Mountains of Madness,' which del Toro was going to make with Tom Cruise.
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