Friday, October 16, 2009

Daily Movie News

Its Friday Time for your Daily Movie News

 First it has been a few days since our last post. We have been busy with school, sickness and laziness.

* Will Ferrell (Step Brothers, Talladega Nights) is set to star in an Independent film "Every Thing Must Go". The plot is about a man (Ferrell) who loses his job and gets locked out of his house by his wife. She puts all his belongings on the front lawn, and he spends the next four days trying to sell them. This will be directorial debut of director Dan Rush and he also wrote the script.

* Director Sam Raimi has acknowledged the faults in Spider-Man 3. He will not mess up Spider-Man 4 with those faults and go back to the basics as they were in the first and second films.

* Warner Bros. Pictures have Officially pulled the production of the Green Lantern film starring Ryan Reynolds from Australia. It is rumored that production will move to either Mexico or Canada. It is scheduled for release on June 17, 2011.

* Director Wes Craven tweeted "I had dinner with KW (Kevin Williams) last night, and the script sounds fantastic!". Craven is talking about the script for "Scream 4" which will start a new trilogy. Current stars signed on to return are Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courtney Cox Arquette. Craven has said he hasn't signed on but with a good script he would most likely do it.

* Universal Pictures' has cast Chris Messina to star in "Devil" a horror-thriller based on an M. Night  Shyamalan story to be directed by John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle. Messina will play the lead role of Bowden, a sobered-up homicide detective. That is the only plot details released at the time. Filming should begin on October 26 in Toronto.

That is it for now, more to come later

Benjamin Myers
PSN ID and Gamertag: fusionman15

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