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This means War

New Line Cinema have bought the movie rights to Gears of War, a videogame for the Xbox 360. It was screenwriter Stuart Beattie’s treatment for a big-screen adaptation that eventually won over game developers Epic. (more…)

More Indy…

Cate Blanchett has today been confirmed as a cast member in next year’s Indiana Jones sequel. As who? We don’t know yet, but we’re betting she’s gonna be a love interest for Indy. (more…)

It’s a boy, Indy!

Variety have confirmed that Shia LeBeouf is in final talks to star as the son of Indiana Jones in next summer’s long-awaited sequel. (more…)

The Hardy Boys 2 Men

Here’s a weird one, Tom Cruise and Ben Stiller have been confirmed to play the Hardy Boys in an upcoming 20th Century Fox adaptation of the famous novels. The two will play grown-up versions of the teenage sleuths who have grown apart, but who, in a shocking twist, get brought back together to solve one last mystery. (more…)

Not so super now

Both Wonder Woman and The Flash have lost their directors, it emerged this week. Buffy creator Joss Whedon has departed from the film adaptation of the star-spangled Wonder Woman and David Goyer has abandoned his role of writer, director and producer of The Flash. (more…)

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  • 1. photodomo  |  March 24, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    Stay tuned for Werner Herzog’s “Rescue Dawn,” starring Christian Bale. It’s based on a true story of a US Fighter’s pilot unbelievable struggle of survival after being shot down over Laos during the Vietnam War.

    The film is a fictional version of Herzog’s own 1997 documentary film “Little Dieter Needs to Fly,” which tells same larger-than-life story of survival, but from the perspective of the actual pilot, Dieter Dangler. I highly recommend seeing this amazing documentary as a companion to the feature film.

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