An interesting article is up at EW about the early production hurdles on “Twilight”.
-Surprise surprise, it looks like Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Bastards” has been sold to Miramax.
-A script review is up of “Red Star”, the sci-fi project that “Wanted” director Timur Bekmambetov is developing.
-Here’s a photo of a crew t-shirt from “Avatar” – apparently raffled off to crew by Sam Worthington – that shows an outline/silhouette of one of the alien characters.
-The least surprising news of the Summer – HBO and Warner Bros. are now officially at work on a sequel to the “Sex and the City” movie.
– A full casting call for The Rock’s new movie “Tooth Fairy”.
-Jason Priestly has confirmed that he will not be returning to the new “Beverly Hills 90210” despite being officially asked to be onboard.
-A Spanish news report indicates that Jessica Alba is going to replace Rose McGowan in the “Barbarella” remake.
-Oliver Stone’s “W” costars Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright were arrested at a Shreveport bar Friday night apparently for refusing to leave at closing time.
-A cute but unrevealing one-sheet for the “Conan the Barbarian” redux.
-The official site for the film version of “The Tale of Desperaux” has gone online.
-Jordana Brewster is set to join the cast of next season’s “Chuck” as the woman who came between Chuck and Bryce Larkin (Matthew Bomer) in college.
-A not particularly flattering review is online for Paul W.S. Anderson’s script for “Castlevania”.
-A better version of the second “Quantum of Solace” one-sheet is up at Spoiler TV.
-The TV series version of the Paul Haggis Oscar-winning drama “Crash” is scheduled to premiere on October 17th at 10pm US-EST.
-“The X-Files: I Want to Believe” clocks in at a runtime of 104 minutes.
-Charles Cecil, the creator of the classic “Broken Sword” video game, says that unless he has full editorial control then there will NOT be any movie based on the game.
-“Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes is allegedly considering killing off Katherine Heigl’s character, Dr. Izzie Stevens, after Heigl’s bitchy remarks about not getting good material last season.