Page 2: Batman, Moon, Back to the Future, Cars 2, Thor, Lost, RoboCop, Big Lebowski, Alien, Wonder Woman
Posted on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
Marvel Comics will adapt Pixar’s Cars 2 into a comic book.
Darius Films has optioned Point A, a 2010 Black List script from Chris Rubeo.
Watch the roast of GI Joe‘s Cobra Commander.
ForkParty lists 6 Iconic Franchises From Our Childhood Ruined By Their Movies.
Phantom City Creative has created a poster for Twitch’s TIFF Bell Lightbox screening of Back to the Future.
The Daily Mail thinks they have uncovered a photo of Banksy‘s wife.
How cool is this Alien chess set?
David E. Kelley talks to Vulture about his upcoming NBC Wonder Woman pilot starring Adrianne Palicki:
“Well I first said no, for all the obvious reasons. It’s not really what I do; it’s not a genre that’s in my wheelhouse. But then I started thinking about, What if there were such a person in today’s world and what must it be like to be her? And I was imagining the sense of social isolation that she must feel, that she indeed would probably be a rather complicated beast. When I started thinking about all the complications and potential layers to this superhero, I just got more and more intrigued. It was also something I was a little bit afraid of. That’s good, too. Any writer should get out of his or her comfort zone, and this was way outside of mine. So I took a deep breath and decided to go for it. I did not truthfully commit to doing it until I wrote the script. I was going to try writing it, and if I failed on my own terms, I would say no. If I thought, Yeah, this is something I believe in, then I’d turn it in. And it was something I ultimately did get behind. It was hard, but I had a good time writing it. And Warner Bros. and DC both responded very positively — and off we went.”
Director Joe Dante provides commentary for the movie trailer for Daughter of Horror in the latest edition of Trailers From Hell.
20th Century Fox has acquired bigscreen rights to Tahereh Mafi‘s young adult novel Shatter Me.
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