10 Breaking Bits : Great Budapest Hotel, Melrose Place, The Voices, Hitchcock, Black City, Enormous & more

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1. Producer Adrian Askarieh (“Hitman”) and director Andre Ovredal (“Trollhunter”) are bringing the comic book “Enormous” to the big screen.

2. The acclaimed comedy “Louie” won’t return to our screens until 2014, with the show’s creator and star insisting on taking his time so he can come up with something special for the fourth season.

3. RZA is developing an adaptation of Grant Morrison’s comic book “Happy!”, of which Morrison will write the script.

4. Elizabeth Richards’ upcoming novel “Black City” will be made into a feature by Screen Gems.

5. A trailer for the upcoming TARANTINO XX: 8-FILM COLLECTION (on Blu-ray next month) is online :

6. There’s a new poster for “Hitchcock” online :

7. Ralph Fiennes (“In Bruges”) has joined the cast of Wes Anderson’s “Great Budapest Hotel”. Fiennes replaces Johnny Depp, who was originally attached.

8. Ryan Reynolds is circling “The Voices”, Marjane Satrapi’s psychological thriller about “a lovable but strange bathtub factory worker who yearns for the attention of a woman in accounting. When their relationship takes a sudden murderous turn, Jerry’s evil talking cat and benevolent talking dog lead him down a fantastical path that ultimately brings him to salvation.”

9. Universal has snapped up a pitch from “Pitch Perfect” star for a comedy the Aussie comedienne will write, produce and star in.

10. The “Melrose Place” cast reunited for a photo shoot – and interview, seen on video (below) – for EW’s recent ‘Reunions’ Special.