The Random Spiel: June 6th 2008

New photos are up for Lost Boys: The Tribe, Death Race, The Incredible Hulk.

-The backers of last week’s “Sex and the City” movie are apparently “exercising the sequel option in all of the stars’ contracts. They want it to be a franchise and think they can stretch it over at least a trilogy.”

-Check out this mixed script review for “Fleming”, the biopic of Bond author Ian Fleming.

-Lionsgate has launched disbeliefnet.com, a quite brilliant and funny website promoting the Bill Maher-led documentary “Religulous” which examines the world’s religions.

-Steve Carrell has confirmed that Will Ferrell and “Anchorman” director Adam McKay have already been in touch with him about the sequel.

-Will Smith says that he’d be up for a “Bad Boys 3” but he and director Michael Bay all cost too much to assemble one these days.

-The first review is up for the pilot episode of J.J. Abrams new TV series “Fringe” and the reaction? “not so good”.

-“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” lead Jason Segel talks about how his work has progressed so far on the new “Muppets” movie.

-Ben Kingsley’s now been confirmed to play the villain Nizam, who plots to kill his brother King Shahrman and blame it on Prince Dastan so he can take the throne, in Disney’s “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time”.

-“The Incredible Hulk” director Louis Leterrier has stated that Samuel Sterns (Tim Blake Nelson) is introduced in the film and will likely be developed as the villain The Leader in one of the sequels.

-Check out the storyline details for two sci-fi thrillers: Alex Proyas’ “Knowing” and Paul McGuigan’s “Push”.

-Check out these great “Wall-E” progression sequence photos.

-IFC Films is in final negotiations to acquire the Colombian thriller “Dog Eat Dog” (Perro Come Perro), which debuted in the World Cinema dramatic competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.