The first hi-res photos from the Michael Caine & Jude Law-led remake of “Sleuth” are now out.
– Disney recently launched a cool “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” contest for Comic-Con where they’ve asked people to submit fan artwork that they will print and distribute as a limited edition poster. Think you’ve got the ability? Click Here for more details.
– The premiere of the Australian thriller “Black Water” (official site) later this year will be unique – plans are to hold it outdoors, over a pit of large crocodiles.
– Blockbuster Video has chosen to go entirely with Blu-ray DVD in most of its retail stores. 250 of them, and the online service, will retain both it and the HD-DVD format.
– Dreamworks have just optioned Neil Gaiman’s “Interworld” with an eye to turn it into a 3D animated feature film.
– A fascinating script review is out for the big screen adaptation of cartoon series “Voltron”.
– Fox has signed on to market “Halo” game properties – make not this has NOTHING to do with the seemingly aborted movie.
– Lorenzo di Bonaventura talks about plans to do to “Beverly Hills Cop” what got done to “Die Hard” – ie. making the fourth entry PG-13.
– The all-star ensemble drama “Evening” will now get a June 29th wide release.
– A world-exclusive feature about Dario Argento’s “The Third Mother” including heaps of new stills and a script review are up at occhisulcinema .
– Details of what to expect on the upcoming “Surf’s Up” DVD can be found at Animated Views.
– A trailer description is out for the upcoming Mike Dougherty horror flick “Trick ‘r Treat”.
– Some audio clips are out from the soundtrack to “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.”
– An interesting discussion with the FX artists handling the 3D aspects of “Beowulf” due later this year.
– Some quite beautiful trivia and concept art from Pixar’s upcoming “Ratatouille” are now online.
– Next Friday is apparently when filming on the first of Stephen King’s “Dark Tower” gets underway reports DTBlog.