Quotes: Sherlock, New Moon, Four, Iron

“Like James Bond in 1891. I never agreed with the idea of the fairly stuffy Edwardian-type gentleman. It wasn’t my idea of Sherlock Holmes” says producer Lionel Wigram of why his upcoming Robert Downey Jr.-led, Guy Ritchie-directed “Sherlock Holmes” movie will likely bomb critically and commercially.

“It’s definitely a possibility and I think it’d be really, really cool if that worked out to be the case” says Dakota Fanning about her rumored involvement in the ‘Twilight’ sequel ‘New Moon’.

“I want to hear James Brown’s voice. That’s just my personal taste” says director Spike Lee about why James Brown’s real voice will be used in Lee’s upcoming biopic about the Godfather of Soul starring Wesley Snipes.

“To create a photo-realistic character that doesn’t exist in real life. For the fans to not know where practical ends and effect begins. it’s never been done. And we’ll see if we can do it” says McG when asked what is the most challenging sequence he’s facing right now during post-production on “Terminator Salvation.

“it’s the thing that Steven was attracted to… we’re working from the comic and we haven’t done anything other than talk about it. So we’ll see what happens, but he’s not going to do anything that would be less than stunning” says Will Smith about what he expects from Steven Spielberg’s “Oldboy” remake.

“I think they’re done. They’ve closed the book on that franchise. I think if there was talk I think that I would’ve heard about it by now” says hunk-du-jour Chris Evans about a potential horrid third attempt at a “Fantastic Four” feature.

“I don’t know if, we will see, we’ll see, hopefully it will work out. Fingers crossed” says a more uncertain than expected Sam Rockwell about his involvement in the upcoming “Iron Man” sequel.

“So, how big a movie would it have to be for you to come back and make a ‘Babylon 5’ feature film for us?” is what the Warner Bros. executives have been asking show creator and “Changeling” scribe J. Michael Straczynski.