The Random Spiel: November 30th 2007

New photos are out from You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Iron Man, The Golden Compass, Planet 51, another shot of Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, and the set of the Shia LaBeouf thriller Eagle Eye.

-New Line Cinema will sneak preview its highly anticipated fantasy adventure “The Golden Compass” this Saturday night in 800 theaters nationwide prior to the film’s worldwide opening on December 7th.

-Walt Disney Pictures is showing a trailer for “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” only at The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood in front of its hit “Enchanted” and a rough description is online.

– Despite recently producing his first feature, actor Daniel Craig has vehemently denied he will ever direct a feature film, telling UK Teletext reports “Get lost. No way. As director you’re the first person in in the morning and the last one out at night. I couldn’t do that.”

-The upcoming “Friday the 13th” is not a remake, so much as a reinvention of the third film says an insider.

– Despite all the rumors, Sam Raimi confirms that the scribe who’ll pen “Spider-Man 4” will determine the villains of the piece on his own.

– The official sites are open for the upcoming Rambo and Sweeney Todd.

– Some interesting “I Am Legend” international promo banners feature different cities like Hong Kong, London, Paris and so forth.

– “Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem” director Greg Strause recently talked about what to expect in the sequel at Alien Experience.

– KITT in the upcoming “Knight Rider” will be played by a Ford Mustang this time around and pics are out.

– The 2008 Sundance Film Festival today has announced its full line-up of films in competition at the festival next January.

– Script reviews are out for Tarantino Presents Hell Ride, Watchmen, Repossession Mambo.

-Three lobby displays for the upcoming “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” featuring Hellboy, Abe Sapien and Liz Sherman are up on the film’s official site.

– An early teaser trailer for the upcoming live-action version of the French comic “Asterix at the Olympics” is up on UK film magazine STN’s MySpace Page.

– MTV plans to make every clip from every episode of hit animated comedy “South Park” available for free online next year as part of a strategy to reach consumers everywhere.

– NBC has picked up the freshman dramas “Chuck” and “Life” for nine more episodes – granting them full 22-episode season orders.

-NBC has seemingly cancelled “Journeyman,” but will wrap up the show with the 12th and 13th episodes on December 17th and 19th.

-Six clips are out from the upcoming season finale episode of NBC’s “Heroes.”