The Random Spiel: September 11th 2007

New first look photos are out from The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Dragon Wars, Black Water Transit, Bee Movie, The Perfect Holiday, and the sets of The Dark Knight, Hancock and Watchmen.

-“Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem” will give fans a long-awaited look at the home world of the Predator species reports STYD.

– Daniel Radcliffe seems far more keen on David Yates helming the film version of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” than Alfonso Cuaron.

– The entire video history of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” is set to go online with a refurbished site next month.

– “It’s happening, but I haven’t read the script yet, but we’re in talks, and I hope it works out. They’re still working on it and making sure it’s just right” said Naomi Watts to STYD about the remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds”.

– At the recent Dragon Con, actress Erin Gray revealed that “a producer who already has a few comic book movies under his belt that is working on acquiring the Buck Rogers license, so that he can go forward with a “reinvisioned” full feature movie of that franchise.”

-Danny DeVito is still quite keen on doing a sequel to his 80’s directing debut “Throw Momma From the Train.”

– Maria Bello has talked a little about her training for the upcoming “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” opening next August.

– Producer Don Murphy says that due to the impending strike, there’s no progress on a second “Transformers” as it would take too long to organise.

– Alex Tse’s “Watchmen” script has gone online and is close to the shooting draft.

– I don’t normally include editorial features, but this list is too good to miss – the 25 Best Movie Sex Scenes.

– Newmarket Films has released a downloadable audio commentary for John August’ “The Nines” currently in theatres. The commentary, featuring August and actor Ryan Reynolds, is designed to be played on portable media players while watching the film in theaters.

– Corey Feldman has issued a statement to MTV News about fellow actor Corey Haim dropping out of “The Lost Boys” sequel.

– Posters are out for Sweeney Todd, Southland Tales, Family Guy: Star Wars, Control, Saw IV, 30 Days of Night and Atonement.