Wrapping up the week, we have found some more interesting tidbits to share with you in our Film News Daily.
The biggest deal of the week is that we added the Bruno trailer yesterday. It looks every bit as funny as Borat. Fooking hilarious!
Also, see our The Hangover trailer with Mike Tyson. We have seen the movie, our review is dropping soon.
Rabbit Hole has had Nicole Kidman attached for some time but now [Production Weekly] reports that Aaron Eckhart will join her. This is supposed to be a major tear-jerker (the movie, not the news – and not because Two-Face is not Eckhart’s character).
Little Fockers appears to be the next project on the horizon for Paul Weitz. This should be the final installment in the comedic series where Meet The Parents was good and Meet The Fockers was not. [Rope of Silicon]
Stringer Bell, bka Idris Elba, and Star Trek‘s Queen Uhura, Zoe Saldana, become part of DC Comics’ The Losers, along with Jeffrey Dean Morgan of Watchmen infamy. [Screenrant] has more goods on the prospects.
[MTV] has more goods on David Cronenberg’s The Matarese Circle which is supposed to star both Denzel Washington and Tom Cruise. That is one of the biggest star pairings in years as far as I can tell, but Cronenberg has more quirky tastes than most blockbusters would allow. This one is interesting.
Vin Diesel and Chris Pine are officially in for Green Lantern. [Moviehole] actually says check that. Pine is close to signing for the lead in “Lantern” and Diesel is looking to play “Sub-Mariner” in another comic property film.
Noah Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale) has added Ben Stiller to his untitled film that is underway in LA. Stiller is doing drama this time (a welcome departure, I think) says [Film School Rejects] and Rhys Ifans is also on board.
Sex And The City 2 gets an official release date of May 28, 2010. Mark your calenders. Or don’t. I’m still hopeful it will be re-cast and re-titled, “More Sex, Less City.”
[ShockTilYouDrop] has info on Scott Nicholson’s “The Home” book adaptation turned film. It’s a horror novel in which experimental treatment on chidlren brings back the spirits of the titular house”s former residents.