Gostbusters 3

Reitman Returns For Ghostbusters 3

Gostbusters 3Who you gonna call if your going to make a Ghostbusters film, none other than director Ivan Reitman who directed Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2. Reitman, revealed to MTV that Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (Year One, The Office) have already turned in a draft for Ghostbusters 3. Here is what he had to say:

Dollhouse Cancelled

Dollhouse gets the Axe!

Dollhouse CancelledFinally 20th Century Fox TV has pulled it's head out of it's ass and announced that it has cancelled the Joss Whedon drama "Dollhouse," like we all didn't know that this was inevitable. Truth be told this show sucked in just about every aspect of a TV series. The writing was on the wall when the network pulled the show from its Friday slot during November sweeps, but the show was still scheduled to come back December 4th with Summer Glau joining the cast.

Another ‘Terminator’ Sequel Announced

Terminator 5We all new that there was a fifth Terminator Sequel in the works, well now we have some official news on it. Halcyon executives Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek are developing the a fifth installment in the “Terminator” franchise. Helmer McG, who directed the upcoming fourth film, “Terminator Salvation,” is working with the Halcyon duo on the latest project.

The announcement was among the news that came out of the Dubai International Film Festival. No decision has been made as to where to film the next “Terminator,” although the Middle East was mentioned as a locale.

Casting Begins for ‘War of Gods’ and ‘Clash of the Titans’

Clash of the Titans
Relativity Media is negotiating with Henry Cavill ("The Tudors") to star as Theseus in the Tarsem Singh-directed "War of the Gods." At the same time, Warner Bros is in talks with Sam Worthington (Terminator Salvation, Avatar) to play the role of Perseus in the Louis Leterrier-directed "Clash of the Titans."
Deals for both actors are expected to be worked out, keeping the Greek mythology-themed projects on a parallel track. Both films are expected to begin production by late winter or early spring.

“The Dark Knight” Sequel Filming to Start in February?

Dark Knight
"Batman Begins" was released back in 2005 and "The Dark Knight" was released in 2008. That’s a three year gap between the two movies. Does that mean that the third installment in the franchise will be in theaters in 2011? To answer that question,
not quite! According to Batman-on-Film, we could get the new movie a year earlier, in 2010. The site, citing their sources as being the behind-the-scenes crew on "The Dark Knight," the third installment could go into pre-production as early as February 2009 and then be ready to start shooting during the summer of 2009.

Bill Murray Talks Ghost Busters 3 on Video

Bill Murray
Bill Murray attended the screening of his upcoming film "City of Ember" at Fantastic Fest, where he was asked about "Ghostbusters 3" and whether he would consider returning for the new installment.

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New ‘lookouts’ for climate change

New 'lookouts' for climate change Corries high in the Scottish mountains are to become “lookout posts” in an effort to better monitor the effects of climate change Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is leading the Snowbed Project…