Clints Bits – 30/5
Seems to be trailer day today [and I’m not talking getting Ma and Pa and plonking the Caravan down at the local River] with new clips up for "Elf" starring Will Ferrell, "L’Auberge Espagnole", "Mystic River" starring Clint Eastwood, and Ashton Kutcher’s new comedy "My Boss’s Daughter".
Comics Continuum and Superhero Hype report that Stan Lee, creator of “Spider-Man”, will be voicing the character of a villain on the upcoming animated MTV Spiderman series.
Warner has added the second of four flash pieces to the official “Last Samurai” site, here. Thanks to ‘Brenda’
Here’s the link to the trailer of L’Auberge Espagnole, which opened on May 16, and it continues to open in select theatres, and here’s the trailer for “My Boss’s Daughter” starring Ashton Kutcher.
Soundtrack.net reported that composer Christopher Young will write the score to Paul Schrader’s prequel film Exorcist: The Beginning, replacing Michael Kamen.
New Line Cinema has launched the new trailer for the Will Ferrell comedy, Elf, here, as well as the official site here
According to Variety, Newcomer Matthew Goode will co-star as the love interest of Mandy Moore in the “Untitled Mandy Moore Project”, in which she stars as the 18-year-old daughter of a U.S. president.
IGN FilmForce has landed the exclusive debut of the teaser trailer for Clint Eastwood’s new film “Mystic River”, which you can check out here
Kirsten Dunst has agreed to star in Cameron Crowe’s next film “Elizabethtown”.
All those “Halloween 9” rumours [Sally Field being involved, for one] are false. Apparently Dimension are still “hammering away on a script” let alone casting.
Thomas Carter is in negotiations to direct Paramount Pictures’ "Back in the Day," a feature film based on controversial high school basketball coach Ken Carter, who made national headlines when he benched his entire undefeated basketball team for poor academic performance, says The Hollywood Reporter.
A production office has been set up in Sydney for the film “Man-Thing”, set to be directed there later this year by Brett Leonard. Thanks to Production Weekly.