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29 Mart 2011 Salı

**Russell Crowe in Talks for "The Boys" Violent Superhero Film **James Cameron to Take "Avatar 2" Cast to Meet Brazilian Tribes **"James Bond 23" to Begin Filming in November **"I, Frankenstein" Finds Director, Will Shoot This Fall **Jennifer Garner is Miss Marple in New Reboot **Ryan Reynolds Still Attached to "Deadpool" **"X-Men 4" Still in the Works

Russell Crowe in Talks for "The Boys" Violent Superhero Film
Posted: March 29th, 2011 by Staff

MTV caught up with director Adam McKay (The Other Guys, Step Brothers, Anchorman), who revealed that he's two weeks away from completing a draft of "The Boys" script and has already met with several actors about the project.

"I really like the idea of Russell Crowe for [Billy] Butcher," said McKay. "We met and had kind of an interesting meeting. Everyone knows Simon Pegg can take Hughie if he wants."

"The Boys" is a graphic novel that follows a group of CIA agents assigned to police the world's super-powered heroes and villains. Led by the tough-as-nails Billy Butcher, the super-powered team recruits meek civilian Hughie "Wee Hughie" Campbell who realizes that the team is willing to put super-powered individuals in their place by any means necessary — including assault, blackmail, kidnapping, and frequently, murder.

"You really have to wait until the draft is done to get serious about it," said McKay. "Plus it's like a $100 million, Rated-R, anti-superhero movie, so we have to see who bites on it."

Source: MTV

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James Cameron to Take "Avatar 2" Cast to Meet Brazilian Tribes
Posted: March 29th, 2011 by Staff

A few days ago, James Cameron took Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Xingu River in Brazil, where he spoke against the construction of the hydroelectic dam, claiming that it would destroy the homes of some indigenous people.

Cameron said that if he visited the indigenous tribes before filming "Avatar," it would have been a better movie. This is a mistake he is planning to correct for "Avatar 2," by taking the entire cast to Brazil's Amazonian rain forest for them to be inspired by the place.

"'Avatar' is a film about the rain forest and its indigenous people. Before I start to shoot the two films I want to bring my actors here, so I can better tell this story," said the director. "Actors could learn about the natives and what real life in the jungle is like."

Source: THR

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"James Bond 23" to Begin Filming in November
Posted: March 29th, 2011 by Staff

Judi Dench revealed to the Sunday Express that the 23rd "James Bond" installment will begin shooting in November. "I am going to do the next Bond in November," she said. "I don't know the location yet."

The new film will see Dench reprise her role of M, while Daniel Craig will return to play the title character. Ralph Fiennes and Javier Bardem, meanwhile, are in talks to appear as villains.

Sam Mendes has already been confirmed to direct the untitled "James Bond 23" film, which is set to hit theaters on November 9th, 2012.

Source: Express

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"I, Frankenstein" Finds Director, Will Shoot This Fall
Posted: March 29th, 2011 by Staff

Stuart Beattie has been hired to write and direct "I, Frankenstein" movie, based on Darkstorm Studios graphic novel created by Kevin Grevioux. The plan is to shoot this fall. Patrick Tatopoulos (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans) was previously on board to direct.

"I, Frankenstein" brings together classic monster characters, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Invisible Man, Dracula and the Hunchback of Notre Dame, in a contemporary film noir setting. The Monster, for example, has evolved, learned how to control his anger and now acts as a private investigator. Dracula, meanwhile, is a kingpin of crime, and the Invisible Man is a secret operative.

Beattie most recently wrote and directed "Tomorrow, When the War Began," which broke box office records in Beattie's native Australia last fall. The film was his directorial debut. Beattie has also written "GI Joe," "Australia" and "30 Days of Night."

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Jennifer Garner is Miss Marple in New Reboot
Posted: March 29th, 2011 by Staff

After months of negotiations, Disney has closed a deal to acquire movie rights to Agatha Christie's famous elderly detective Miss Marple. Mark Frost (Fantastic Four, "Twin Peaks") has been hired to write the screenplay.

Marple was one of Christie's most famous creations, an elderly woman constantly knitting or weeding, looking sweet and frail though the exterior masks a sharp mind with a deep understanding of the dark side of human nature.

The character first appeared on screen in 1961 in "Murder She Said," portrayed by Margaret Rutherford, who was 70 when she played the character in the first of a series of movies. Angela Landsbury played the character in 1980's "The Mirror Crack'd."

Jennifer Garner will star in the adaptation, which will lower the age of Marple.

Source: THR

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Ryan Reynolds Still Attached to "Deadpool"
Posted: March 28th, 2011 by Staff

Producer Lauren Shuler Donner recently spoke with Empire magazine about "Deadpool," revealing that the film will be a total reboot, but will still keep Ryan Reynolds on board as the title character.

"We're looking for a director," she said. "Ryan, he's very involved. He's working with the writers on the screenplay. It's true to the comic. You'll see Wade Wilson, the good-looking Ryan Reynolds. You'll see Deadpool in his costume and you'll see the cancer-scarred face."

If Reynolds is returning, how will the film treat the events in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"? "We're either going to pretend that [the movie] didn't happen or mock it, which he could. It's definitely comedy, but it's an R script, it's really irreverent and violent. Right away, we're out of the X-Men world."

Source: Empire

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"X-Men 4" Still in the Works
Posted: March 28th, 2011 by Staff

Empire magazine caught up with producer Lauren Shuler Donner, who revealed that there are still plans for a fourth "X-Men" film that will pick up after the events in "X-Men: The Last Stand."

According to Donner, there is already a story in place. "We took the treatment to Fox and they love it," she said, adding: "And 'X4' leads into 'X5.'"

Donner has previously mentioned that she would love to have Bryan Singer return to the franchise. He was originally in talks to direct "X-Men: First Class," but ended up only producing. She may now be speaking with Singer for "X-Men 4." Stay tuned.

Source: Empire

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