Thursday, March 25, 2010 1:37 PM By Simon

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, my second most anticipated movie of All Time (right behind Inception) has a TRAILER! ZOMfuckingG!
Here be linked, because the studio is not fun.

Lars von Trier's new midnight dreary, 'Melancholia', gets funding and some (teaser?) art.


Despicable Me has a further inaccesable trailer (full length), here be link.

Empire has a clip of the new Julianne Moore flick, Shelter.

Paul WS Anderson is making Buck Rogers a movie. Which I thought someone already did, but I guess not.

Tom Cruise in a rodeo love story with Reese Witherspoon, 'Paper Wings'.

Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer might be working on an unnamed, un...summarized action comedy.

Diablo Cody is writing a script called 'Young Adult', being produced by Mandate Pictures and John Malkovich’s Mr Mudd production company. The movie will follow "a divorced thirtysomething young adult writer who heads back to her hometown in the hopes of winning back her ex-boyfriend, who is now married and a father".

Robert Culp of I Spy TV series has died.

Woody Allen's next flick, 'You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger', has a synopsis:
"A little romance, some sex, some treachery and apart from that, a few laughs. The lives of a group of people whose passions, ambitions and anxieties force them all into assorted troubles that run the gamut from ludicrous to dangerous."
However vague and annoying that is, here's some pictures.

Wolfgang Peterson is attached, apparently last summer, to the live-action remake of Paprika.

The Rum Diary might premiere at Cannes.

Alan Resnais' new flcik, Wild Grass gets a trailer. Which I will totally find a link to.

David Chase's rpcoming rock n' roll, coming of age drama may have a name...'The Twilight Zones'. Oh...well. That's pretty awful. My opinion, but geez.

Tomothy Dalton ('here come the fuzz', as he's known to me) and Steven Berkoff join 'The Tourist'.

Over here, we may be getting a toss of Ocean's Eleven and Children of Men called 'The Vault'. Enjoy.

Carey Mulligan confirmed for My Fair Lady, after Keira Knightly ditched for 'The Talking Cure' and Noah Baumbach's 'The Emperor's Children'. Hugh Grant still iffy.


Mike Lippert said...

That was a news overload. I think you should change one point though: Paul WS Anderson to direct a video game with some human faces every once in a while that somewhat resembles Buck Rogers. That's probably more accurate ;)

March 25, 2010 at 3:02 PM
Luke said...

Excited about Woody's new movie - I really want Josh Brolin to become a movie star already, and I could really use a great Hopkins performance at long last....

March 25, 2010 at 8:30 PM