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Clints Bits – 24/6

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Nothing so enticing that it’ll pull you away from reading your "Harry Potter", but maybe when you get to the end of chapter you might like to take a break, mix it up a bit with some movie news.

  • Bloody Disgusting has posted 5 new images from the “Jeepers Creepers” sequel.

  • Cinescape reports that executive Cale Boyter, New Line exec Richard Brenner and president of production Toby Emmerich will receive producers credits on the film adaptation of “Y : The Last Man”.

  • Dark Horizons reports that Previews in the UK of “Legally Blonde 2 : Red, White and Blonde” indicate the ‘subtitle’ may be changed in international releases from ‘Red, White & Blonde’ to ‘Bigger, Bolder, Blonder’.

  • According to Mancini’s camp and Creature-Corner, the New Line buying Childs Play 5 rumours are untrue. Let’s hope the interest in the project makes someone take notice!

  • FilmJerk have details on the third season of “24”, which commences in November.

  • Jodie Foster is in negotiations to appear in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s French-language romantic drama "Un Long dimanche de fiancailles" (A Very Long Engagement), Says The Hollywood Reporter. Fosters short appearance will be uncredited.

  • Dominic West is set to join Julianne Moore in “The Forgotten” which would will see Moore star as Telly Paretta, a grieving mother struggling to cope with the loss of her 8-year-old son. She is stunned when her psychiatrist tells her she has created eight years of memories of a son she never had. But when she meets a fellow patient, Ash Corell (West), who has a similar experience, Telly embarks on a mission to prove her son’s existence — and her sanity.

  • Chris Kattan and Parker Posey have signed to join the cast of the indie feature "Adam & Steve", a romantic comedy following two New York couples, one straight and one gay, says The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Glenn Close, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Daniel Sauli are set to star in the Sidney Lumet-directed HBO movie "Strip Search”, says The Hollywood Reporter.

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