The Random Spiel: July 21st 2008

New posters for Quantum of Solace, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, The Women, The Duchess, Flash of Genius, Igor.

-Jamie Kennedy has talked about the recently announced “Scream 4”, saying “There’s a way to bring a lot of things around… You can see new faces that you wouldn’t expect and you can see old faces that you wouldn’t believe.”

-Romain Duris and Vincent Cassel have apparently met with Quentin Tarantino about roles in his WW2 epic “Inglorious Bastards”.

-Ron Moore confirms that the “Galactica” spin-off “Caprica” will be set 51 years before events in the mini-series. The Sci-Fi Channel also reports that the final episodes of ‘Galactica’ will kick off in January.

-Alan Moore still has no interest in seeing the upcoming film version of his “Watchmen” comic and has some not so kind remarks about the film’s director Zac Snyder.

-“Saw 2” & “Repo! The Genetic Opera” director Darren Lynn Bousman has confirmed that he’s no longer involved in the “Scanners” remake.

-It appears as if the new trailer for “Terminator Salvation” gives us a “>first look at the T-600 model Terminator.

-Troy Duffy talks in depth about the storyline for his upcoming sequel to “The Boondock Saints”.

-The official site for “Star Trek” has been updated with downloadable versions of the four posters.

-Another script review is out for the supervillains in prison project “Supermax”.

-“24” star Kiefer Sutherland has been hired to voice to the video game “Call of Duty: World at War”.

-The great 80’s thriller “War Games” will get a big screen revival for one night on July 24th.

– A casting breakdown is out for the Matthew Vaughn-directed, Mark Millar-penned comic book adaptation “Kick Ass”.

-Dreamworks Pictures “Eagle Eye” will be the proud first time sponsor of free Wi-Fi service at Comic-Con, providing access to the over 125,000 conference attendees.

-Got an opinion on the fourth “Beverly Hills Cop”? So does series regular Judge Reinhold and he talks about it at BlogTalkRadio.