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Rachael Leigh Cook Takes Role in Golden Door


August 15, 2007 03:55:51 GMT


Back to her field of expertise of romantic comedy genre, Rachael Leigh Cook has secured a starring part in "The Golden Door (2008)" alongside "Disturbia" star Sarah Roemer, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.

On the way to accompany the two are rapper Snoop Dogg and Joseph Cross, who are currently in final negotiations to join the cast.

Neverwhere Movie to Be Positively Made

August 15, 2007 03:22:53 GMT


First it was a TV miniseries, then got turned into a novel and now, will finally go into the big screen for sure.

Yes, soon there really will come "Neverwhere" in theaters for either fans of the series or book to enjoy, author Neil Gaiman has confirmed to MTV. Project actually had been developed at Jim Henson Company in the past years, but seemed to get lost in the process until now.

Warner Bros. Prepping For Richer or Poorer

August 14, 2007 09:25:52 GMT


Becoming the victor of a bidding war, Warner Bros. Pictures has secured rights to make a comedy feature entitled "For Richer or Poorer" based on pitch from Michael Colton and John Aboud, Variety has reported.

Story focuses on a thief who teams up with her ex-boyfriend to stage a fake wedding at the Natural History Museum in New York as a cover for the perfect heist. On duty to take care of producing matters are Peter Principato and Paul Young of Principato Young Management.

Emma Roberts Is the First to Come in the Hotel for Dogs

August 14, 2007 09:14:27 GMT


The teen detective Nancy Drew is all grown up and more than ready for a new and more challenging gig, get into the "Hotel for Dogs." Emma Roberts has so far become the one and only cast being signed to star in the forthcoming DreamWorks Studios' flick.

Based on Lois Duncan's novel, the comedy family film revolves around two orphaned teenagers who hide dozens of stray dogs in an abandoned hotel. Visual effects maven Thor Freudenthal will make his feature directorial debut on the film, which was penned by Jeff Lowell.

Ice Cube to Make Film Version of Graphic Novel 10

August 14, 2007 08:53:43 GMT


Intends to jump into the current flow of comic-book adaptations, rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube is trying via his production company CubeVision to develop "10", a film version of the graphic novel of the same name by Shannon Eric Denton and Keith Giffen.

Cube and his partner Matt Alvarez are reportedly involved in negotiations to serve as the project's producers for Dimension Films with an aim to also make it as a starring vehicle for the former. Meanwhile, Circle of Confusion's David Alpert and Rick Jacobs have already been confirmed for the positions.

Actor Comedian Bernie Mac Joining Old Dogs Cast

August 14, 2007 08:36:35 GMT


Bernie Mac is the latest addition to the long list cast of the upcoming comedy flick "Old Dogs" that Walt Becker is directing for the Walt Disney Co.

The actor-comedian, best known for his own sitcom called "The Bernie Mac Show," is joining the film cast, including the likes of Robin Williams, John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Matt Dillon, and Rita Wilson just to name a few.

Hancock Set Pics of Will Smith and Charlize Theron Launched

August 14, 2007 08:04:56 GMT


There are many to look at from the set of "Hancock" this time, really.

Sure will bring much delight to the fans, tons of set photos taken from the superhero movie have delightfully been submitted on the net. While many of them picture leading stars Will Smith and Charlize Theron filming a scene on the location, the rest turn out to provide images on the latter thesp, who was dressed in black outfit for the take.

Stars Signed for The Wackness

August 14, 2007 07:36:04 GMT


Six famous names have all come together to round out the cast of "The Wackness", a comedy feature coming from Occupant Films.

Variety has reported that the likes of Ben Kingsley, Famke Janssen, Mary-Kate Olsen, Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, and Method Man are taking starring parts in the movie, which has already hired Jonathan Levine to direct based on his own screenplay.

New Extended Resident Evil: Extinction Clip Hits Online

August 14, 2007 06:56:10 GMT


Fans now can have a longer look at the upcoming "Resident Evil: Extinction" on the net, many thanks to NBC.com. Yes, the network has delightfully brought to the surface an extended clip for the sci-fi action horror online at the video section of its official website by now.

Introduced by "Heroes" star Ali Larter, who plays Claire Redfield in the flick, the clip runs at 2 minutes and 42 seconds and features Alice's gang trying to get away from crows that have been feeding on infected flesh.

Have a Look on New National Treasure: Book of Secrets Production Stills

August 14, 2007 06:10:14 GMT


It's still couple of months ahead before moviegoers can witness the next adventure of Ben Gates in "National Treasure: Book of Secrets", and for now, just try to preserve the anticipation through the new production stills of the movie.

The sequel to 2004's hit movie "National Treasure", "Book of Secrets" marks the return of the principal cast from the original as well as director Jon Turteltaub while featuring new cast members that include Ed Harris, Bruce Greenwood, and Helen Mirren. The latter has been learned to be unable to accept the invitation from Queen Elizabeth II, whom she portrayed in "The Queen", because she had to film her scenes for the flick.

New The Eye Set Photo Featuring Jessica Alba

August 14, 2007 03:52:51 GMT


It's been no secret that Jessica Alba will play a blind young woman in her new starring vehicle of "The Eye", but how she carries the role has been somewhat a mystery, until now.

Well, no more curiosity, folks, as an image of the actress on the film set has finally made its way to appear on the net, presumably from the re-shoots of the flick. It appears that the beauty still looks gorgeous no matter what, even with a pair of ordinary black sunglasses, hair tumbling down, and a cane on her right hand.

New Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods Video Posted Online

August 14, 2007 03:13:47 GMT


Handfuls of information about things behind the making of "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods" are now available for fans to learn as a new behind-the-scenes video has been placed online at the official site for the movie.

While featuring a number of shots from the previous installments, the video basically is about getting the "Indiana Jones" family back together for the fourth one in the adventure franchise. Discussing this matter are director Steven Spielberg, producer Frank Marshall, star Harrison Ford, plus executive producers Kathleen Kennedy and George Lucas.

Channing Tatum Up for New Buddy Action Pic

August 14, 2007 02:38:10 GMT


Already got signed to do some action in both "Parkour" and a fighting movie directed by Dito Montiel, Channing Tatum appears to have one more to go in his schedule.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the charming actor is attached to highlight an untitled buddy action movie which will pair him with "Stomp the Yard" star Columbus Short, who recently wrapped "This Christmas" for Screen Gems.

Indiana Jones 4 Has Six Titles in Consideration

August 13, 2007 09:22:45 GMT


Apart from the already-known working title of "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods", Lucasfilm, Ltd. turns out to have five other names in mind for the project apparently.

/Film has brought in interesting report claiming the studio has altogether proposed for six possible titles for the latest installment of the adventure series to Motion Pictures Association of America Title Registration Report (MPAA). Listed in the list are:

First Look on Dark Knight Shown at Wizard World Chicago

August 13, 2007 08:52:18 GMT


Appeared at Wizard World Chicago as expected before, the cast and crew of "The Dark Knight" really brought huge delight to those in attendance as they not only took questions thrown at them but also, most importantly, screened a special "sizzle reel" cut from the project, of which production was said by helmer Christopher Nolan to be exactly 50 percent done.

Only being shown for the fans to see it once, the footage featured number of shots of primary villain in the flick, The Joker, in majority, while also introducing District Attorney Harvey Dent as well as the new Rachel Dawes to the viewers.
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