Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 21 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness.
The Muppet Show is making a comeback in comic book form. [vulture]
Film Threat wonders why Marvel’s The First Avenger: Captain America isn’t being released on July 4th Weekend? Good question…
Emilie de Ravin (Lost), Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper join Robert Pattinson in Allen Coulter‘s drama Remember Me.
Last week we featured an early short film of Ray Tintori called Death to the Tinman. You can watch the filmmaker’s lastest music video, for MGMT‘s Kids, above.
Veronica Mars Season One is now available for free online. I highly recommend the show.
The trailer for M Night Shymalan‘s The Last Airbender will debut online on June 24th. [Frank Marshall]
Ray Park, who played Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace, is in talks to join Season 4 of Heroes, possibly as “Knife Thrower”. [EW]
The future is now, they now have tiny robots that are small enough to crawl around inside of your veins. [io9]
Tobin Bell says that SAW 8 is being conceived as the final chapter in the Saw series, but is quick to tell Bloody Disgusting that “Final is a relative word. Especially in entertainment.”
You didn’t see Zach Galifianakis‘s erect penis in The Hangover. [cinemablend]
Kevin Pollak has tweeted a photo from his first day on Kevin Smith‘s A Couple of Dicks.
Darren Aronofsky fired off a letter to Paul Pariser and Charles R. Bendit, co-CEOs of Taconic, expressing his disappointment with their decision to allow Ringling Bros free use of Taconic’s Coney Island property to set up their controversial circus. In his letter, Aronofsky writes, “It is regrettable that you chose to give Ringling—a circus that has a long history of animal abuse and neglect and that has had innumerable run-ins with federal authorities—a free ride.” [peta]
Peter Docter talks in depth about the four-minute, dialogue-free montage included in Pixar’s Up. [latimes]
They made a direct to DVD Van Wilder movie titled Van Wilder: Freshman Year. Watch the trailer above.
Josh Friedman talks about the cancellation of his show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Brad Bird wants Michael Giacchino to compose the score for his upcoming live-action feature film 1906. [latimes]
Three master LEGO builders spent 250 hours creating this 5’3″ Lego Buzz Lightyear using 40,000 bricks. [twitpic]
A woman is suing Universal and Sacha Baron Cohen, claiming a bit in Bruno, left her disabled. [thr]
Judd Apatow is the monthly guest columnist for The Believer’s advice column Sedaratives (which was originally created by Amy Sedaris).
Russell Crowe tells Australian Radio that Ridley Scott‘s untitled Robin Hood film will probably be titled “Robin Hood.” I saw that coming. I wish they would stick with the original Nottingham title. [playlist]Cool Posts From Around the Web: