Clints Bits – 20/5


As you can see folks we’re toying with the site at the moment – combining some areas [like DVD and video] and sprucing up some areas that have become teeming with grime and cobwebs due to the elongated dust up they so greatly need. But as we do that boring stuff, I give you today’s movie bits and pieces to frolic through…

  • The links to the new Bad Boys II domestic trailer are up. Click here for high.asx , here for low.asx , here for high.ram , and here for low.ram. Thanks to ‘Amy’

  • The second animated “Charlies Angels” adventure is up. You can check it out here

  • Among the extras on the upcoming “National Security” DVD Release is this alternate ending. Thanks to ‘Amy’

  • FilmForce reports today that producer Don Murphy is no longer involved with the feature film version of “Solomon Kane”

  • Jerry Goldsmith’s score for the film adaptation of “Timeline” has been rejected according to JG Online. Brian Tyler is set to re-score it. Thanks to Dark Horizons

  • Dark Horizons has the lowdown on those famous “Around the world in 80 days” cameos : “Arnold Schwarzenegger is a prince who tries to kidnap Fogg’s sweetheart Monique (Cecile de France), Kathy Bates plays Queen Victoria, John Cleese is The Balloon Man, Jim Broadbent is baddie Lord Kelvin and Johnny Knoxville plays an eccentric hobo”.

  • The conversation between Neo and the Architect [from “The Matrix Reloaded”] has hit the web here

  • Emma Caulfield told E Online that “I am starting a romantic comedy at the end of July that I am starring in and producing with Steve Pink, who also produced High Fidelity and Grosse Pointe Blank. So, I will be diving back into the comedy world”

  • Spanish actress Elena Anaya (Talk to Her) has been cast as Dracula bride Aleera in Stephen Sommers’ upcoming supernatural film Van Helsing, Variety reported.

  • Warner Bros. has offered Keanu Reeves $75 million to appear in three films, the London Sunday Times reported, citing an unnamed industry insider. The newspaper said that one of the films may be a remake of the 1954 drama “Salt of the Earth”.

  • According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount Pictures has acquired feature film rights to the Italian-language feature “Three Wives” (Tre Moglie) for studio-based Tollin/Robbins Films to produce.

  • Dylan McDermott, Lara Flynn Boyle, Kelli Williams, Lisa Gay Hamilton and Marla Sokoloff have all quit TV’s “The Practice”, says Variety. Yet…the show will go on. Harris, Camryn Manheim and Michael Badalucco will remain.

  • Colin Firth is set to star in “The Dead Wait”, a South Africa-set saga that spans the 20 years since the bloody Angolan war of 1983, says Variety.

  • Holly Hunter will star opposite Brittany Murphy in “Little Black Book”, says The Hollywood Reporter.

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