News Shorts: March 26th 2013

Photos for The World’s End, Mr. Morgan’s Last Love, Evil Dead, and Star Trek Into Darkness.

There’s also George Clooney and Matt Damon on the set of Monuments Men, Aaron Johnson in combat fatigues on the set of the Godzilla reboot, and Christian Bale and Amy Adams filming David O. Russell’s Untitled Abscam Project.

“The Weinstein Company have locked in a limited release for the Nicole Kidman-led ‘Grace of Monaco’ in the United States on December 27th…” (full details)

“AMPAS has confirmed that the 86th and 87th Academy Awards will take place on March 2nd 2014 and February 22nd 2015 respectively…” (full details)

“Do you want to watch Tilda Swinton in bed? Now you can. Swinton made a surprise appearance on Saturday at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, sleeping in a glass box as part of an installation. Swinton will do this six more times throughout the year on random dates…” (full details)

“Voltage Pictures has acquired international rights to Paul Schrader’s much-publicised crowd funded thriller The Canyons starring Lindsay Lohan. IFC will distribute in the US in early summer…” (full details)

“Millennium Entertainment and Gravitas Ventures have made a deal to collaborate on the digital and theatrical release of a number of indie titles including ‘The End of Love’ and ‘Hunky Dory’. Gravitas will handle digital distribution duties, including VOD, while Millennium will oversee the theatrical release…” (full details)

“Platinum Dunes’ upcoming ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ reboot is set to shoot scenes at the Big Tupper Ski Area in Tupper Lake, New York…” (full details)

“‘Hot Tub Time Machine’ star Craig Robinson says the upcoming sequel is scheduled to shoot sometime this Summer…” (full details)

“Oscar-winning producer Jeremy Thomas says ‘I’ve done a beautiful 4K 3D version of ‘The Last Emperor’ under the tutelage of Bernardo (Bertolucci) and (cinematographer Vittorio) Storaro…” (full details)

“Screen Media and Focus World will release the Kristen Bell-led ‘The Lifeguard’ in theatres and on digital platforms this summer…” (full details)