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BOURNE Lives On Without Matt Damon

Written by Tara the Mom    Thursday, 10 June 2010 06:13   

Universal Studios is prepping for a fourth film about Jason Bourne but it may go on without Matt Damon. The Bourne Legacy is being written by Tony Gilroy (he wrote all the films in the trilogy) who is also creating a bible about the entire series meaning Universal will be doing other things with the franchise, likely a spinoff of some sort. Bourne star Matt Damon has said he won't return to do another Bourne film without director Paul Greengrass and Greengrass has said he's done with the franchise.

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FRIGHT NIGHT Gets Dr. Who & McLovin

Written by Tara the Mom    Wednesday, 09 June 2010 06:54   

The casting behind Disney's remake of Fright Night continues to become more intriguing. Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad, Kick-A**) and David Tennant (well known in the U.K. as "Dr. Who") are joining Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin and Toni Collette in the story about a teen who believes his next-door neighbor is a vampire. Mintz-Plasse will play Yelchin's comic-book lovin friend Evil Ed who joins the vampire's side and Tennant will play the TV personality who hosts a late-night horror show.

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Written by Tara the Mom    Wednesday, 09 June 2010 06:45   

Jesus Henry Christ has found its parents. The Red Om Films (that's Julia Roberts production company) movie about a boy conceived in a petri dish and raised alone by his single, feminist mother has cast Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense) as the mother. Michael Sheen (pictured as Aro in The Twilight Saga: New Moon) will play the bio dad who is not sure how he feels about having a son when the boy one day hunts him down.

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TOAD TRIP Hops to Life

Written by Tara the Mom    Wednesday, 09 June 2010 06:23   

The special effects house Rhythm and Hues that won an Oscar for The Golden Compass is changing gears by not just working as work-for-hire but to produce their own films (like Laika which made Coraline). The intended first film is family comedy Toad Trip, kind of like Marmaduke but with a talking toad in a live-action environment.

Rhythm and Hues is also working on Tales from the Farm based on the novel of the same name about a boy who goes to live on his uncle's farm following the death of his mother and starts dressing like a superhero.  Their third film is a Titanic-type epic about love during a natural disaster.

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Written by Tara the Mom    Wednesday, 09 June 2010 06:16   

Max Minghella, the son of the late, great actor Anthony Minghella will co-star in The Darkest Hour with Emile Hirsch and Olivia Thirlby. The New Line film is about a group of teens in Russia who are trying to survive after an alien attack. Minghella will be seen this fall in The Social Network.

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