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A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE. J.J Abrams "Star Trek".
This is what you have been waiting for. Last week it was reported that the veil of secrecy is starting to be lifted on the new Star Trek and we heard that some images could come sooner than the November trailer. Well that ’sooner’ is this week with Friday’s issue of Entertainment Weekly which will be featuring a cover story about JJ Abrams Trek movie.
Teresa Palmer Joins Transformers 2?
It hasn't been confirmed elsewhere, but
Sir Ian McKellen spoke with Empire Online (http://www.empireonline.com) where he pretty confirmed his involvement as Gandalf in "The Hobbit" and the planned sequel for New Line and MGM. Guillermo del Toro will be directing both pictures which are slated for a holiday 2011 and 2012 release. "Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson will be exec producing the project along with Fran Walsh. "I spoke to Guillermo in the very room that Peter Jackson offered me the part and he confirmed that I would be reprising the role. Obviously, it's not a part that you turn down, I loved playing Gandalf."
He added that Guillermo plans on beginning work on the script in six weeks.
Variety reports that Richard Gere will star opposite Hilary Swank in "Amelia," a biopic about famed aviator Amelia Earhart. Mira Nair is directing based on a screenplay by Ron Bass.
"Amelia" chronicles the "rocky relationship between the famed aviator and her husband, publisher George Putnam.
The Boston Herald (http://www.boston.com) released a bit of gossip over the weekend: Supermodel Gisele is in talks to play the female lead in "Austin Powers 4." Gisele previously starred in "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Taxi. "It's been rumored that Mike Myers and director Jay Roach are in discussions with New Line about reviving the franchise. Reportedly, one idea was to have the fourth film focused on Dr. Evil alone.
No word yet on whether a script has been written.
Disney announces four year slate, including "Toy Story 3"
At a recent press announcement, Walt Disney Pictures discussed the next four years regarding their animation slate until 2012, including a "Cars" sequel and "Toy Story 3." It was also revealed that Disney will be turning many of its future animation films into 3-D as well as older films such as "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2."
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