The Random Spiel: May 21st 2007

Chris Sivertson has some very complimentary things to say about Lindsay Lohan who starred in his recent flick “I Know Who Killed Me”.

-Big presentations for “Beowulf” and “Iron Man” and minor announcements for “Indiana Jones IV” and “The Dark Knight” are expected at the San Diego Comic Con in late July.

-A script review is out for the “G.I. Joe” film adaptation.

AICN reports that Justin Marks (“Supermax”) is penning the script for the Joel Silver-produced live-action version of “He-Man.”

-Fan complaints about the cancellation of “Jericho” have been responded to by CBS officials.

-The “Shrek the Third” directors talk about what to expect on the upcoming DVD release of the sequel at Animated Views.

-Donald Trump isn’t happy with NBC cancelling his “The Apprentice” show, so now he’s saying he’s offically quitting.

-One of the first Wikipedia pages devoted to one film title – “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” is up at .

-An exclusive look at Anthony Anderson and Bernie Mac’s appearance in the “Transformers” movie.

-A Mary Jane toy tie-in for “Spider-Man 3” is causing a big controversy over its politically incorrect theme. Check it out, is it worth the fuss?

-Eric Idle is planning to sue Dreamworks due to “Shrek the Third” stealing gags from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” without asking or even indicating in advance.

-Kathryn Bigelow is set to shoot “The Hurt Locker” in Jordan this summer. The Iraq-set action drama follows the expoits of an elite American bomb disposal unit.

-More photos of filming on the set of “Hitman” are up at GamerFlicks and CraigZablo.

-Clips from the new shows in the Fall for three of the networks are out – ABC, CBS, NBC.