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Sci-Fi Movies Saturday: The Hobbit, The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, The Hunger Games, Terminator 5, Tron 3, Super 8 + more June 11, 2011

by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: Sci-Fi , trackback

In this week’s Sci-Fi Movies column, we have box office news for J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 [Updated], official title and release date announcements for The Hobbit movies, a first look at Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, more sequel news (Tron, Terminator, Pirates), plus more news including for Hunger Games, Avengers and Oz: The Great and Powerful. Plus the latest casting bites, images and videos.



1st place $12.2M Friday for J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 [Update]

After sneaking into 324 locations (including 239 Imax theaters) Thursday — and garnering more than 100,000 participants and $1M in the process — J.J. Abrams’ "Super 8" opened today at 3,379 theaters (no 3D, but 240 Imax theaters). The film opened to an estimated $12.2M (including an estimated $500,000 at 1,524 midnight locations–Note: The $12.2M figure does not include the $1M Thursday). [Update] The film increased a solid 15% on Saturday ($14.0M) and is projected to drop just 23% on Sunday ($10.8M) for what will be a solid $37M 3-day haul ($38M including the Thursday Twitter sneaks). That’s pretty good for the $50M-budgeted Steven Spielberg-produced sci-fi project (Paramount spent an estimated $25M on marketing) and is more than enough to give it a first place finish for the weekend. "X-Men: First Class" was second with an estimated $7.6M on Friday and $25M for the weekend.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Anthony’s review of the film. Check out an interview with Abrams at Washington Post (and a video interview with Celebrity Wire here). A final batch of images, an interview with the young cast, a 6 1/2-minute clip and a special clip are also included below.

Promotional stills [more at IGN]

6 1/2-minute clip [via HeyUGuys]

"Full Editing Room Video" (SPOILER: Includes a glimpse of the creature) [Yahoo! Movies]

TV spot: "It Arrives" [Yahoo! Movies]

Interview with Joel Courtney, Zach Mills, Ryan Lee, Gabriel Basso, Riley Griffiths [Hollyscoop / YouTube]

Official titles and release dates announced for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit

New Line Cinema, Warner Brothers and MGM have officially announced the titles and release dates for Peter Jackson’s two-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s "The Hobbit". The first film, titled "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", will be released on December 14, 2012. The second film, titled The Hobbit: There and Back Again", will be released on December 13, 2013:

"Both films are set in Middle-earth 60 years before Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings,” which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in the blockbuster trilogy that culminated with the Oscar®-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.” The adventure of “The Hobbit” follows the journey of title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from the fearsome dragon Smaug."

Previously, Jackson confirmed that Ian Holm (Bilbo Baggins), Hugo Weaving (Elrond) and Orlando Bloom (Legolas) would be returning and more recently the director revealed that the White Council will and Dol Guldur will be freatured in the movies, offering the following details on his official Facebook page:

"I’m not going to say just what and when, but I will confirm that both the White Council and Dol Guldur will feature in the movies. And not just in one scene either. Just how to visualise it has been a challenge, but fortunately Alan Lee and John Howe went crazy with ideas, and it should look pretty cool."

In other casting news, Martin Freeman (Bilbo) revealed that his "Sherlock Holmes" co-star Benedict Cumberbatch will have a role in the films.

Disney hires new writer for Tron 3

As expected, Disney is moving forward with a sequel to Joseph Kosinski’s "Tron: Legacy". However, the studio has hired a new writer for the third film. Heat Vision | THR reports that David DiGilio will write the screenplay. "Tron: Legacy" writers Adam Horowitz and Adam Kitsis were originally set to return, but couldn’t write the project due to their involvement in the ABC fairy tale series "Once Upon a Time". It’s also not clear whether Joseph Kosinski will return to direct. The success or failure of the upcoming animated series "Tron Uprising" (premiering next year on Disney XD) will also play into Disney’s decision to greenlight the project.

Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion moving forward at Universal with Tom Cruise as the lead

Speaking of Kosinski, the director’s graphic novel adaptation of "Oblivion" has found a new home at Universal Pictures and Tom Cruise is attached to star. The film was originally set up at Disney, but the studio passed on it because they felt it didn’t fit with their brand. Karl Gajdusek is re-writing William Monahan’s script and the project will be rated PG-13.

First Look: Tom Hardy as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises

Warner Brothers has launched the official website for Christopher Nolan’s "The Dark Knight Rises" and with its launch also comes the start of the film’s viral marketing campaign. One of the first elements of the campaign is our first look at Tom Hardy as Bane. Click the image above to enlarge. More elements are sure to be released over the coming months and days before the film’s release. The third film in the Nolan franchise stars Christian Bale (Bruce Wayne / Batman), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (John Blake), Anne Hathaway (Selina Kyle / Catwoman), Gary Oldman (Jim Gordon), Morgan Freeman (Lucius Fox), Michael Caine (Alfred) and Marion Cotillard (Miranda Tate). In new casting news, Variety reports that Matthew Modine, Tom Conti and Joey King have all been added to the movie. Modine’s character is a politician named Nixon who is a "key villain". No details are known about Conti and King’s characters. [Showbiz411]

In other news, Company Town | LA Times reports that the budget for the film is rumored to be "at least" $250M. As a way of comparison, 2005’s "Batman Begins" cost $150M and 2008’s "The Dark Knight" cost $185M. "The Dark Knight Rises" is scheduled to hit conventional and Imax theaters on July 20, 2012.

Set image [MovieWeb]

Terminator 5 to be Star Trek-style reboot? + Paul Walker to play Kyle Reese?

Despite the recent Arnold Schwarzenegger scandal, Terminator rights holder Megan Ellison — no studio is attached, although Universal is rumored to be in the running — still intends to release a fifth "Terminator" movie. What’s Playing reports that the project, which has Justin Lin attached as director, is still a go and the story does include Schwarzenegger’s character with Paul Walker rumored to be playing Kyle Reese:

From the sounds of things, the big guy does have a fairly substantial role in the new story – which is said to involve that original timeline being torn, again – but this Terminator would mostly be anchored by a new, younger male lead (Paul Walker’s name keeps coming up – could he possibly be Lin’s pick for Kyle Reese?).

What’s Playing also says the film will take the approach of J.J. Abrams’ "Star Trek" when it comes to how they use the original characters:

Oh, and I think that’s where the rumors of the ‘original cast returning’ come into play – though it’s not so much the original cast as it is ‘the original characters’ from the original movie. Geddit? Like J.J’s Star Trek. What may happen, I’m told, is the creative crew might lessen Schwarzenegger’s screentime in this movie, so it’s less work and less of a commitment for him and thus, it’ll be easier to talk the big guy into doing something this year – – as opposed to whatever year he feels he’s ready to return to acting.

Star Trek’s John Cho joins Total Recall remake

John Cho has joined the cast of Len Wiseman’s "Total Recall" remake. He’ll play McClane, described by Inside Movies | EW as "the smooth-talking rep for the mind-messing company that tempts Colin Farrell’s Douglas Quaid to implant fantastic memories into his brain." The film also stars Kate Beckinsale (Lori), Jessica Biel (Melina), Bryan Cranston (villain Vilos Cohaagen), Bill Nighy (resistance leader, Quatto) and Ethan Hawke will have a cameo. "Total Recall" is scheduled to hit theaters on August 2, 2012.

Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great and Powerful set for March 2013

Disney has announced that Sam Raimi’s ‘Wizard of Oz’ prequel "Oz: The Great and Powerful" will be released on March 8, 2013. The film stars James Franco as circus magician / the Wizard and Mila Kunis as Theodora, with Michelle Williams in talks to play the good witch Glinda and Rachel Weisz in talks to play the witch Evanora. In other casting news, Deadline is reporting that Zach Braff is in final negotiations to join the film in the role of Frank, described as "the loyal but under-appreciated assistant to Oz (James Franco), a charismatic circus magician who is treated as a powerful wizard after his balloon blows off course into Oz and the townsfolk want him to eradicate a Wicked Witch and bring peace." Shooting on "Oz: The Great and Powerful" will begin in Michigan this July.

Joss Whedon directed after-credits scene in Thor + First set image for The Avengers

"Thor" co-star Stellan Skarsgard (Erik Selvig) revealed in an interview with Empire that the after-credits scene in Kenneth Branagh’s "Thor" was directed by "The Avengers" director Joss Whedon:

Skarsgard: “That was just a couple of months ago…I flew over there and went down into a basement, talked to Sam[uel L. Jackson] a couple of minutes and then went back home.”

Empire: “Was that with Ken Branagh?”

Skarsgard: “No that was with a director called Joss Whedon, who’s doing The Avengers.”

Now through its first month in release, "Thor" has grossed $429.2M worldwide as of June 9. The breakdown is $171.2M domestic (#4 2011 rank) and $258.0M foreign. The film’s biggest market outside of North America is United Kingdom ($22.8M) followed closely by star Chris Hemsworth’s (George Kirk in "Star Trek") native country Australia ($20.1M). In related news, Marvel announced this past April that production on "The Avengers" had begun in Alburquerque, New Mexico. Principal photography will continue in Cleveland, Ohio and New York City with a release set for May 4, 2012. Marvel also released the first image from the set which you can see below.

"The Avengers" Set image []

The Hunger Games trilogy to be broken into four movies + First look at Katniss

Lionsgate will split up the popular Suzanne Collins’ novel trilogy "The Hunger Games" into four movies. The first adaptation, "The Hunger Games" will be released on March 23, 2012 and is directed by Gary Ross. Lionsgate is expected to follow-up ‘Hunger Games’ with books two ("Catching Fire") and three ("Mockingjay"). Here’s the official synopsis for "The Hunger Games":

Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the nation of Panem forces each of its twelve districts to send a teenage boy and girl to compete in the Hunger Games. Part twisted entertainment, part government intimidation tactic, the Hunger Games are a nationally televised event in which “Tributes” must fight with one another until one survivor remains.

Pitted against highly-trained Tributes who have prepared for these Games their entire lives, Katniss is forced to rely upon her sharp instincts as well as the mentorship of drunken former victor Haymitch Abernathy. If she’s ever to return home to District 12, Katniss must make impossible choices in the arena that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.

The project stars Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark), Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne), Paula Malcomson (Mrs. Everdeen) and Woody Harrelson (Haymitch Abernathy). In related news, Lionsgate has been cranking out new cast announcements left and right. Here’s a round-up of the latest:

And lastly, here’s our first look at Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen [Entertainment Weekly]:

Disney considering director alternatives for Pirates 5 + ‘Pirates 4′ Box Office update

An offer has been out to "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" director Rob Marshall to direct a fifth ‘Pirates’ movie for some time now, but he’s been noncommital. Because of that, Cinema Blend reports that Disney has begun considering other alternatives should Marshall decline. Directors mentioned as possible replacements include Shawn Levy, Sam Raimi, Chris Weitz, Alfonso Cuaron and Tim Burton. Tim will tell.

This makes a good time to check it on the box office performance of "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides". The film has actually underperformed domestically — although it just crossed $200M domestic on Friday — $201.1M — but has more than made up for that decline in foreign markets where it has grossed more than three times as much ($614.9M) for a worldwide cume of an incredible $816.0M. While the fourth film won’t match its predecessors in domestic cume, it has/will exceed them in foreign gross. This is increasingly becoming an international franchise, with Domestic/Foreign breakdowns trending more Foreign with each movie:

PREVIEW Videos & Images

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

First look [NYTimes]

The Adventures of Tintin

US and International posters [AICN & Empire]


First look [Disney Pixar France via /Film]

Captain America: The First Avenger

Promotional still [CineComics & more via CBR]

TV spot [YouTube]

Conan the Barbarian

Character posters [MTV & JoBlo]

More posters: ComingSoon | PopWrap | FirstShowing

Cowboys & Aliens

TV spot [YouTube]

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Domestic trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

International trailer [Empire]

Final Destination 5

Teaser poster [TrailerAddict]

Teaser trailer [TrailerAddict]

Fright Night

Promotional still [Shock Till You Drop]

Poster [IGN]

Trailer [IGN]

Clip [MTV]

Tags: Movie Trailers, Movies Blog

Green Lantern

Trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

Sneak peek [YouTube]

TV spot [YouTube]

Interview with Michael Clarke Duncan + Clip of him as Kilowog [Blog of Oa | YouTube via]

Happy Feet 2

Poster [TrailerAddict]

Trailer [TrailerAddict]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

Character posters [more at /Film]

Featurette: "The First" [TrailerAddict]

Extended TV spot [TrailerAddict]

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

Featurette: "The Story Behind ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ " [YouTube]

Real Steel

Trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

International poster [HeyUGuys]

Shark Night 3D

Trailer [YouTube]

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

Poster [Moviefone]

Trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Promotional stills [more at YourEntNow]

Trailer [TrailerAddict]

TV spot [YouTube]

Clip [Twitvid]

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1

Promotional still [Collider]

Poster [YourEntNow]

Trailer [TrailerAddict]



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1. allister gourlay - June 11, 2011

T5? Dont bother- i think this franchise has seen better days!

2. Greg2600 - June 11, 2011

There is so much reboot news in this article my head has exploded. And frankly none of it is good.

3. Dee - lvs moon' surface - June 11, 2011

My first impression about Green Lantern… looks embarrassing… a little?!!

:-) :-)

4. James - June 11, 2011

Hopefully there will be more of the character ‘Tron’ in the next film then there was in Legacy.

5. Enterprisingguy - June 11, 2011

I agree that TERMINATOR is done. How many times are they going to go back into the past and try to change the future? Arnold didn’t look the part in the last one. To put him in again now that he’s in his 60’s would be a joke unless he played a human scientist who was the model for the T-800 prototype (as they did in Alien 3 with Bishops creator).

Real Steel looks good, though. It has to beat yet another Transformers.

6. freddy - June 11, 2011

Green Lantern starting to look like a crap movie specially the so called special effects it almost seems like 2 different companies did them.

7. Browncoat1984 - June 11, 2011

So the next big thing is live-adaptations of classic stories from our childhoods like Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. One more thing for Hollywood to destroy. Do we REALLY need two Snow White movies from different companies with different actors airing just MONTHS apart from each other?

Also, I’m really getting sick of comic book movies. We have…one…two…three…FOUR movies (at least that I can remember) coming out this summer! Do we NEED that many? There should be no more than one-two every summer if there needs to be any, one from DC and one from Marvel. Now, if they’re good I”m all for that, but I remember reading in a review of Thor how good it was but how by the end of the summer audiences will be SICK of comic book movies and I agree. Its like they find a good thing, latch on to it and milk it until its so dry it dies of thirst. Its worst than Activision’s obsession with Call of Duty.

Watching Super 8 made me miss the originality of Hollywood. Now its all reboots, prequels, sequels and comic book movies, with trailers that tell you EVERYTHING you need to know MONTHS before the movie. I loved Super 8 because even though it had a great trailer, it was subtle enough that I didn’t know much going into it and was constantly guessing the entire movie. You can tell they wanted to go for something fresh and interesting that hadn’t been done in a long time and I loved it.

Compare that to the trailers before the movie – for instance, Transformers. Looks interesting, BUT the trailer showed pretty much every cool and important moment we’ll see in the movie, thus leaving no surprise for the audience! Same goes with Green Lantern. Not only that, but they have to release a dozen scenes online before the movie. Heaven forbid that audiences should go into the movie not knowing much about it.

8. Red Dead Ryan - June 11, 2011

I wish that the writers of “Terminator 5″ would have just continued where “Terminator Salvation” left off. That was a good movie. Anton Yelchin and Sam Worthington were great in it. Plus, I’m not really interested in an old and fat Arnold Schwarzenegger trying to recapture past glory. He was great in the first three films. Time to move on.

“Transformers” 1 and 2 sucked big time, but I’m cautiously optimistic about the third.

“Green Lantern” looks cheesy. The CG suits look absolutely awful.

“Pirates Of The Carribbean: On Stranger Tides” sucked balls. Time to put the franchise to rest…….for good. Johnny Depp needs to move on.

Can’t wait for “The Dark Knight Rises”. No doubt that it will be good. Chris Nolan knows what he’s doing.

“Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes” looks totally unnecessary. Clunky and clumsy title too.

It’s pretty dumb how there is going to be three “Snow White” films coming out from three different studios in a short span.

Good to hear there won’t be a fourth “Jurassic Park”. Three is enough. Not much else they can do with it.

9. MJ - June 11, 2011

Really disappointed to hear that our taxpayer dollars were spent to have Library of Congress staff support the abomination Lincoln vampire movie trash.

10. TrekMadeMeWonder - June 11, 2011

9. Red Dead Ryan

Yeah RedDead. It’s been a while since I saw T4, but I do not recall seeing the time machine anywhere in the movie. I time machine was always central to the Terminator plotlines and would be a great “vehicle” for another continuing storyline.

It apparently worked well (for many here) in ST09.

11. MJ - June 11, 2011

I really don’t need to see the terminator series of movies rebooted. T1 and T2 cannot be improved on.

12. TrekMadeMeWonder - June 11, 2011

I agree. The pacing and editing were awesome in those flicks. Kudos, J.C.!

13. MC1 Doug - June 11, 2011

I cannot wait to see “Green Lantern!”

14. Jim Nightshade - June 11, 2011

Heres hoping the tron cartoon does well on disney xd-a tron sequel is almost the only sequel i am interested in with this mess of unneeded reboots–any terminator without cameron attached sucks–i also LOVED super 8–jj knows what he is doing–great homage to the 70s spielberg,ce3k, and et, while still being an original coming of age story n a bem flick to boot–best acting kids since spielberg pre schindler-nice to know another director is good with kids–we also had our whole neighborhood involved in making super 8 movies back in the 60s-70 so very relatable to me–but i was surprised at how empty the theatre i went to was-nintendo 3ds–3d trailers for upcoming games like mario cart,super mario, etc look stunning-the 3d n graphics almost defy description—BUT-the green lantern 3d movie trailer not impressive-dark n murky not very 3d at all looked fakey 3d-plus the far away scenes everything looked too small to see n sound not loud enuf–watching movies in 3d maybe not so good on the 3ds—and their web browser still does not support flash sigh–actually the planet of the apes rising looks really big scale on the preview i saw at the movies–certainly an epic budget amount the original series never had-looked much better n more intelligent than the burton reboot–might just might be good–

15. USS Enterprise B - June 12, 2011

If done right, T5 could be both prequel and sequel (like T4), since the future is the past for the characters who time travel in the first three films. I agree Arnold is too old, but who knows what the writers are up to – maybe they’ll make him an old scientist or different character.

Green Lantern is looking better and better with every new trailer that comes out.. but I still don’t know if I’ll see it. It looks somewhat epic, but I doubt the story is strong.

Pirates 5 and Transformers 3 are on my list to see, but I don’t know what to expect for Pirates 5. Transformers 1 was amazing, Transformers 2 was ok but nothing special, and I’m hoping Transformers 3 will be a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy.

Harry Potter 7 and Dark Knight Rises both look promising. Same for Super 8. High hopes for Star Trek 2, but it’s taking FOREVER to hear any real news on that.. how about a title announcement soon?

16. TonyD - June 12, 2011

As a fan of the Green Lantern comic book for over 20 years, I’m really excited about the movie and am a little bit surprised by all the negative comments. GL is very much a space-bound, sci-fi title with aliens that are truly alien in their look (not humans in jumpsuits with latex appliances on their foreheads). I’m amazed at how much of the comic book has been translated to the film and still remains recognizable. Given the scale, scope and variety of characters and locations, not to mention the central conceit that a Green Lantern creates constructs from his imagination, CG is really the only way to go in a film like this and if it doesn’t always look particularly realistic, I view that, much like the comic, as part of its charm. A lot of the characters and situations in Star Wars looked a little cheesy but seen within the context of the films they still worked. Don’t see why Green Lantern can’t accomplish the same thing. I’ll reserve judgment until I’ve actually seen it but to this longtime fan, based on what I’ve seen so far, it looks like the spirit of the comic book has survived the translation to film and that’s the most important thing.

17. Platitude - June 12, 2011

Paul Walker as Kyle Reese? UUGGGGHHHHHH

18. Jim Nightshade - June 12, 2011

TonyD I also am a comix fan of GL…When I was under 10 I read dc comix like superman jla etc…around 10 I discovered Spiderman and marvel comics and ff….after that the only dc comics i got were Green Lantern and any Kirby Fourth World comic….the gl origin story if they stick close to it in the movie is a good origin story…not a great one but few are…..

Also I always thought Green Lantern was a semi rip off of EE DOC SMITHS LENSMAN series….alien benefactors on a hidden world give those who deserve it lens on their wrists making them police of the universe sound familiar? heheheh oh well….

Now my fave green lantern/green arrow comics were the socially relevant ones in teh late 60s….good observational stuff if a little heavy handed preachy sometimes it was still the only comic that dared to do that…show reality….sounds like jjs super 8 got 35 million over the weekend not bad for a little big movie….it deserves to be a blockbuster..its great…

19. GraniteTrek - June 13, 2011

Thrilled to see Benedict Cumberbatch will be in the Hobbit movies, he’s an excellent actor. Too bad it’ll probably be a cameo.

20. samrock83 - June 13, 2011

Why would anyone want to cast Paul Walker in anything?

21. Captain Ransom - June 13, 2011

wow it’s about god damn time we got some movie updates.

i thought terminator salvation was already a reboot and complete reimagining of the series. it was nothing like the first three and i thought it was awesome. especially with christian bale as john conner and anton yelchin as kyle reese. a fifth movie should continue after salvation left off. that’s a no brainer. it took 20 years to get a movie about the future war and now they want to go back to the same time travel formula that has already been run completely into the ground.

22. TBW - June 13, 2011

Browncoat…a Spielberg homage made you miss the originality of Hollywood? Seriously?

While T5 may not be necessary, Megan Ellison’s also been responsible for some pretty quality stuff.

And while Green Lantern doesn’t look particularly compelling, Martin Campbell’s made some pretty quality action movies, so I’m willing to give it a shot.

23. 12YearOldTrekker - June 13, 2011

Happy Feet 2?!?! God no…

Only stuff here that is of interest is The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, Brave, and some others…

I can already tell which ones will flop *cough*spy kids 4*cough*

24. Pro-Khan-Sel - June 13, 2011

Have to disagree regarding arnold, He is in great shape and can pull it off. The only thing that could make it better is if james cameron directs it. Todays 60 year olds are different than yesterdays. case in point? Harrison Ford.

wishing that final destinationwould introduce “death” as a visable character..years back I was thinking that”Christopher Lee” would be great for the role..How fitting and honorable.

Shark night isn’t jaws V..Thank God..But if loraine gary wants to be in it? Okay!

25. Brett Campbell - June 14, 2011

“Shawn Levy, Sam Raimi, Chris Weitz, Alfonso Cuaron and Tim Burton. Tim will tell.”

So Shawn, Sam, Chris and Alfonso aren’t talking?

26. Brett Campbell - June 14, 2011

“Gary Busey has joined the cast of “Piranha 3DD.'”

Who can blame him? Those sound like pretty buxom fish.

27. DS9 IN PRIME TIME - June 14, 2011

I am glad to see the hobbit is moving along well :) Great article Rosario!

28. - June 14, 2011

I though Joseph Gordon-Levitt might play the joker in the future. He does look like a young Heath Ledger.

29. Brett Campbell - June 14, 2011

Great round-up as usual, Rosario!

30. Brett Campbell - June 14, 2011

Great round-up as usual, Rosario!

31. jorDe' - June 14, 2011

Wow, look at all of the “Reboot” movies in the works.
Has all of the original ideas been used?
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