News Shorts: June 10th 2010

Posters for Centurion, The Girl Who Played with Fire, Secretariat.

Some downright bizarre set photos of the production design employed in the $100 million Chinese epic Empires of the Deep and the first shots of Rosie Hungtinton-Whitley on the set of Transformers 3.

More Licensing Expo artwork is out, this time logos for Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor.

“The first trailer for the Seth Rogen-led comedy “The Green Hornet” will have its debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live on June 21st…” (full details)

“The first trailer for Disney’s animated Rapunzel feature “Tangled” will air on the Disney Channel during “Sonny with a Chance” on Sunday night. A few seconds of footage are already available….” (full details)

“20th Century Fox will apparently label the fifth entry “Die Hard” film series “Die Hard 24/7”, while the reboot of the Fantastic 4 will be a “complete reboot” and be called “Fantastic Four Reborn”…” (full details)

“With the failure of the R-rated “Kick Ass”, Lionsgate is getting more and more anxious about the ‘hard R-rating’ of “The Expendables” and are considering going with a PG-13 cut…” (full details)

“James L. Brooks’ romantic comedy starring Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon has been renamed “Everything You’ve Got” and will probably get another title before its release…” (full details)

“Make-up effects legend Rick Baker will be handling the make-up effects for the upcoming “Men in Black III”. Baker worked on the same capacity in the first two films…” (full details)

“Douglas Tirola and Susan Bedusa of 4th Row Films are going to make a documentary about comedy banner National Lampoon and have optioned the rights to NL’s story as well as its archives including previously unseen footage. Shooting will commence next month…” (full details)

“Tony Goldwyn’s “Betty Anne Waters” will be renamed “Conviction”. Fox Searchlight will release the drama on October 15th…” (full details)

“Telltale Games (“Tales of Monkey Island,” “Sam & Max”) has announced a multi-year game development deal with Universal Partnerships and Licensing to create episodic games based on the film franchises Jurassic Park and Back to the Future…” (full details)