1. MTV spoke to “Flight” director Robert Zemeckis about the long-gestating “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” sequel. While Zemeckis says he has a script he’s happy with, and he knows how he’d like to shoot it, Disney haven’t greenlit the project yet.
2. “The Killing”, despite being cancelled, has been resurrected. The third season will be back on A&E in late May.
3. New TV spots for “The Hobbit” feature dragon-fave Smaug.
4. Peter O’Brien has been hired to adapt the book “Trust Your Eyes” for Warner Bros and director Todd Phillips.
5. Julius Onah will direct the J.J Abrams-produced “Bad Particle”, about “an American space station crew left abandoned after a problem with a Hadron accelerator causes Earth to vanish entirely.”
6. Disney have released a couple of new images for “Monster’s University”.
7. Jon Hamm is circling “Epic Fail”, a Sheldon Turner and Jennifer Klein-written comedy about “a down-on-his-luck high school teacher who recruits two students to stage his wife’s kidnapping so he can play the hero and rekindle their marriage.”
8. Elodie Yung (“G.I Joe : Retaliation”) has been cast opposite Evan Rachel Wood in “10 Things I Hate About Life”.
9. Claire Forlani (“Meet Joe Black”) will star in the supernatural thriller “Panda Eyes”, ”about a young girl (Sophie Turner from Game Of Thrones) haunted by her past. Forlani will play the mother of Turner’s character.”
10. We’ve a synopsis for “Rush”, the new Dolph Lundgren-Vinnie Jones starrer from Georgio Serafini. ”In the frenetic underbelly of Los Angeles, agent Maxwell (Lundgren) closes in on an international cocaine smuggling operation run by criminal mastermind Vincent Camastra (Jones). When Agent Beverly Royce goes undercover with the drug dealers and finds herself deeper then she can handle – the case becomes personal for Maxwell who has to combat ruthless killers and dirty cops in an all-out action filled finale to bring the criminals to justice.”