The Random Spiel: February 20th 2008

“Watchmen” has wrapped filming and in celebration director Zack Snyder has released a frame from the film showing Rorschach attacking a cop.

Photos of the “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” toyline revealing some big spoilers, check out the differences between the US and international cuts of the trailer, LEGO has posted a fun online game, and USA Network has bought the TV first broadcast rights for up to $40 million.

-The Weinstein Company has set an April 18th release date for Morgan Spurlock’s doco “Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?”

-Paramount has delayed the Shia LaBeouf thriller “Eagle Eye” from August 8th to September 26th.

-Though no release date has yet been scheduled, the directors of Milo Ventimiglia thriller “Pathology” have confirmed that its still aiming for a theatrical release in the next few months.

-Now that the film’s out, the “Cloverfield” monster is being released in toy form and photos are up at Hasbro.

-Check out some fan-shot handheld footage of Darren Aronofsky setting up a shot for his new flick “The Wrestler”.

-An extremely lengthy response is out from actor Robert Englund about playing Freddy again in New Line’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” remake.

-A retired chemical engineer and several other fans are recreating the set of “M*A*S*H” on behalf of the Malibu Creek State Park in California (where the original show and movie were filmed).

-An aerial shot of the set of “Star Trek”. Nothing hugely revealing unfortunately, but interesting nonetheless.

-“Evil Dead” stars Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi and Ellen Sandweiss are re-teaming on the Addams Family-esque horror-comedy “The Horribleness” says ESplatter.

-Posters are out for Meet the Browns, The Ruins, The Love Guru,

Deal, Street Kings, Priceless, Smart People, CJ7.

– Christopher Lloyd has gotten back into the “Back to the Future” Doc Brown make-up for a music video, and both video and photos of the shoot can be found at BTTF.com.

-Cameron Romero (son of George) has a new no-budget indie film entitled “Staunton Hill” which is halfway through post production and is about to be mixed and scored. The first trailers for the film will go up this week at stauntonhillthemovie.com.

-“Feast,” “Saw IV” and “Saw V” screenwriters Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton will pen The Weinstein Company’s “Clive Barker Presents: Hellraiser” scheduled for January 9th 2009.

-The production of Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins has now moved from Budapest to New Mexico.