All those news items simpy left dangling, if you will. Ok folks, going to try something new here. Instead of dedicating a good 100 words or so to a news item that could simply be summed up by saying ‘he/she is doing this’ or ‘so and so have quit this film’ – we’re going to kick off a new section of the daily news regiment in these ‘Clint’s Bits’ section – simply stating just that. It’s a good way to cover as many miniscule titbits as possible. As per usual, your news, rumours, scoops and the like are much appreciated.
John and Joan Cusack have bothed bowed out of the movie, "The Stepford Wives", citing family reasons.
"The West Wing" creator Aaron Sorkin and executive producer Thomas Schlamme have announced that they are leaving the ratings-troubled show at the end of the season
Maggie Gyllenhaal is in negotiations to join the cast of Warner Bros’ "Criminal", starring John C. Reilly and Diego Luna. The film centers on two con-artists pulling off a scam involving forgery of a set of valuable stamps.
Restrain yourself horror fans. The official poster for "Freddy vs Jason" has just gone up over at the Official Site.
"X2: X-Men United" claws its way to No. 1 this weekend by grossing approximately $85.9 million in domestic boxoffice receipts since opening on Friday, says The Hollywood Reporter
The Monkey Peaches website is reporting that a prequel and sequel to "Infernal Affairs" is in the works. New to the series, in terms of cast, are Leon Lai, Lau Kar-ling, Francis Ng and Hu Jun and Yu Chiu.
Coming Soon is reporting that Screenwriter Shane Black ["The Long Kiss Goodnight"] will direct "You’ll Never Die in This Town Again", based on his own script about an unlikely hero and his gay detective partner.
The Z Review is reporting a rumour that "Austin Powers 4" might have already started filming. "There is a sign outside a restaurant that I think was called Discovery Cove in the Mall of America that said it was closed because it was going to be used for filming of Austin Powers 4".
The one-sheeter for the upcoming "Terminator 3 : Rise of the Machines" is up at The Arnold Fans. Doesn’t look too bad actually.
Good friend, Erika Eleniak, has zipped off to the middle of nowhere to film a new horror flick which she describes as "Dracula 3000 : Infinite Darkness". A notable rap-star is rumoured to be her co-star.
The Courier has posted a scene description for the upcoming "Salems Lot" involving a rain-machine, Rob Lowe and Donald Sutherland. Seems the locals are loving having the big time [that’s if the idea of your ‘big time’ are headliners from some of the finest DTV releases out there] stars in their neighbourhood.
"Dahmer" star Jeremy Renner has been cast in the title role of the indie feature "Neo Ned," with Gabrielle Union as the female lead