News Shorts: November 30th 2010

The first photo of Kirsten Dunst in The Second Bakery Attack, several shots from James Gunn’s Super, D.J. Caruso’s I Am Number Four and Joel Schumacher’s Trespass.

There’s also posters for I Am Number Four and The Adjustment Bureau.

“Ed Helms-led comedy “Cedar Rapids” is set to get a limited theatrical release on February 11th…” (full details)

“First rumoured earlier this month, Tom Hanks has now been officially confirmed as the first actor to sign onto Kathryn Bigelow’s “Triple Frontier” which begins filming in March…” (full details)

“Sony has pulled Gus Van Sant’s teenage romance drama “Restless”, starring Mia Wasikowska, from a planned January 28th release. No new date has been specified…” (full details)

“Kevin Williamson is developing a ‘companion series’ to “The Vampire Diaries”. The story follows a group of researchers who investigate paranomal happenings…” (full details)

“Zombieland” co-writer Rhett Reese has shot down reports of names like Harrison Ford and Anthony Hopkins appearing in the upcoming sequel in cameos…” (full details)

“”Winter’s Bone” scored the Best Feature award and Best Ensemble performance award at Monday night’s Gotham Independent Film Awards. “The Oath” scored best doco…” (full details)

“Jackson Rathbone, Aime Teegarden and Rebecca Mader have signed on to star in McG’s new digital series “Aim High” about a teen spy…” (full details)

“Richard Kelly has revealed that he has written an animated prequel to his 2007 cult film “Southland Tales”…” (full details)

“Luke Treadaway, Felicity Jones, Mackenzie Crook and Elizabeth McGovern are all set to star in a Donald Rice-directed adaptation of Julia Strachey’s 1932 novel “Cheerful Weather For The Wedding” which is currently shooting in Wiltshire…” (full details)