Check out this Adult-sized AT-ST walker Halloween costume. [gizmodo]
FirstShowing has the poster for the Will Smith drama Seven Pounds.
Pascal Laugier (Martyrs) is in final negotiations to write and direct Dimension’s re-imagining of Hellraiser. [THR]
Stan Lee reads The Raven. [QuickStop]
Details magazine and Larry Meistrich are teaming to will produce a film from the best idea submitted by a reader. [Variety]
The direct-to-DVD sequel to Smokin’ Aces has been given an official greenlight. [Joe]
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has wrapped. [bay]
A batch of WALL-E and EVE costumes. [superpunch]
Daniel Craig is on the cover of this weeks Entertainment Weekly. [Just Jared]
Whiteout has been moved to September 11th 2009. [bloody]
Hulu celebrates its one year anniversary. Its funny how much a year can change in public views. [techcrunch]
Dylan McDermott, Zoe Saldana, Lake Bell, Nick Stahl, Paz Vega and Shannen Doherty have been cast in Burning Palms. [thr]
Fox has canceled King of the Hill. [AICN]
Advance ticket sales of the John Woo epic Red Cliff Part I have set a record for an Asian film in Japan. [Variety]
This has got to be the coolest Iron Man pumpkin EVER. [GWS]
PixarBlog has a photo of a new “newt crossing” sign outside of Pixar’s Emmeryville campus.
2009 will be the last year for David Tennant starring in Doctor Who. [collider]
The Barack Obama informercial that aired on Wednesday (available on YouTube) was shot by Davis Guggenheim, the Academy Award winning director behind An Inconvenient Truth. [AP]
Reelz Channel has been tracking Kevin Smith’s career trajectory. Red is the Rotten Tomaotes score, green is the box office gross, and blue is the respectability quotient.
Meanwhile, BoingBoing has a photo of another DIY EVE costume from WALL-E.
Gary Oldman is in negotiations to star opposite Denzel Washington in The Book of Eli. [THR]
The WALL-E Oscar camaign took over the cover of trade newspaper Variety. [PixarBlog]
American Dad has been renewed for a fifth season. [CS]
Empire has exclusive new photos from Push.
ComingSoon has the poster for Cadillac Records.
John McCain will make an appearance on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. [huff post]
In one of the strangest meshings of director and project this week, Daddy Day Care/Next Friday director Steve Carr will helm a fictional remake of Sherman’s March, Ross McElwee’s 1986 documentary that won one of Sundance Film Festival’s earliest grand jury prizes. [THR]
IMAX is planning to start streaming live events onto the giant screen in the next couple years. Imagine watching The Superbowl in an IMAX theatre. [Collider]
MTV has some video from the set of Friday the 13th.
/Film reader Chase S created these custom Joker Vans.