The Random Spiel: May 26th 2008

New posters are up for Choke, Wall-E, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Space Chimps, Finding Amanda, The Incredible Hulk, Tropic Thunder, Quid Pro Quo, The Happening, Bad Lieutenant, The Rebound, Tennessee, Law Abiding Citizen, Slumdog Millionaire, Transporter 3.

– Beyonce Knowles is the latest name being mentioned to record the theme song for the upcoming Bond film “Quantum of Solace” says Just Jared.

-Comedian and “Get Smart” creator Mel Brooks has given his blessing to the upcoming movie, check out his recent interview on the matter.

-Erica Leerhsen and Patrick Nuo star in the psychological thriller “The Fury” about five unsuspecting teens who seek shelter in an abandoned slaughterhouse, only to find out it is haunted by a malevolent poltergeist. James Colmer directs the project which begins filming this July in Adelaide, Australia and a competition to win an all expenses paid trip to work as a featured extra on the film is up at the official site.

-James Cameron calls his “Avatar” project “the single most complex piece of filmmaking ever made” and will feature “hundreds of photo-realistic CG characters”. T-shirts from the production seem to give away a creature design. Finally a

-The official site has gone live for The Dark Knight.

-SciFi Channel apparently needs to give Galactica spin-off “Caprica” a 10-12 episode commitment, otherwise “it’s like turning on “The Sixth Sense,” and turning it off after the first act”.

-Band Arcade Fire is not doing the score for Richard Kelly’s thriller “The Box” after all.

-The upcoming “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” film release has been rated PG by the MPAA which cites “sci-fi action violence throughout, brief language and momentary smoking”.

-Aussie actress Natalie Saleeba (“Neighbours,” “All Saints”) is apparently close to being cast in the now Lindsay Lohan-less US indie film “The Manson Girls”.

– Footage from the upcoming “Ghostbusters” video game that many have been anticipating has gone online at Kotaku.

– With The CW’s new shows narrowing rather than expanding the beleaguered network’s target audience to the young teen girl demographic, there’s many indications the network will fail soon – and take solid shows like “Supernatural” and “Reaper” with it damn.

-A detailed script review of the Green Arrow “Super Max” details the villains (incl. The Joker, Lex Luthor, The Riddler, etc.) and plot line. The good news is that the reviewer has given it a thumbs up.

-Zoe Saldana has given an interesting interview about her work in the upcoming “Star Trek” film.

-Glenn Morshower (“24”) will reprise his role as a US army sergeant in the “Transformers” sequel.

-It sounds great – the very first review online of the next Futurama DVD – “The Beast With a Billion Backs”.