Page 2: Richard Dreyfuss, Amy Berg’s This is Not America, M. Night Shyamalan, CARS, and Transformers
Posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2007 by Peter Sciretta
Remember that cool Darth Vader voice changing helmet from a couple years back? Well now they’ve announced a Transformers Optimus Prime voice changing helmet. This isn’t quite as cool, but it’s definitely more geeky.
Sneak a peak at the new CARS Race Rally ride, which is being built at the Walt Disney Studios Park in France.
We were huge fans of the Oscar-nominated doc Deliver Us From Evil. Well director Amy Berg is going to direct her first narrative feature This is Not America. Based on a real story, the movie follows a Yupi’k American Indian girl taken from her Alaskan family in the 1960s and sent to a series of foster care homes in a government-run “Americanization” campaign. Sounds interesting.
The Sixth Sense director M. Night Shyamalan is pissing even more people off. He won a court ruling to put up a fence around his Philadelphia, Pennsylvania estate. As it turns out, his neighbors complained to local officials that it looked awful and hurt property values in the area. Shyamalan just wanted to keep the deer out.
Richard Dreyfuss is joining to SCI-Fi Channel miniseries Tin Man. The six-hour series stars Zooey Deschanel and Alan Cumming in a fantasy retelling of The Wizard of Oz. Dreyfuss will play a wizard known as the Mystic Man. Deschanel plays DG, a young woman thrust into the Outer Zone. Cumming plays Glitch, an odd man missing half his brain who becomes one of a trio of companions who joins DG on her journey. You had me at Zooey.