James Ransone in Sinister 2

At the time of his passing, Robin Williams was working on Mrs. Doubtfire 2. Now that he’s gone, director Chris Columbus confirms, the project is cancelled for good. “That was the last time I saw Robin, sadly, when we were talking about the sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire,” he said. “It definitely will never happen now.”

Columbus declined to say what the sequel could have been. “It’s so delicate, he said. “I’d love to talk about it, but it’s really too difficult at this point.” [EW via Time]

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While Warner Bros. has yet to announce plans for a Space Jam sequel, rumored star LeBron James is making it clear he’d like one to happen. “We hope so,” he said when asked about the possibility of a Space Jam 2. “We’re definitely missing Bugs and Daffy and Tasmanian Devil and and every last one of them, so hopefully we can do some great things.” [Today]

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James Ransone learns all about Bughuul, with some help from Tate Ellington, in the latest clip from Sinister 2.

Once you’ve brushed up on your Sinister mythology, get to know Bughuul’s new family of victims in a new featurette.

Sinister 2 arrives August 21.

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Lionsgate has been left red-faced after their latest The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 turned out to be accidentally NSFW. The image itself is uncontroversial; it’s just Katniss’ face covered in paint. The problem lies in the way the text is arranged. See it?

Hunger Games fail

Squeezing the word “until” into the phrase “100 days” accidentally made the second 0 look like a C, which… well, you get it. Anyway, as the poster was trying to tell you, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 opens in about 100 days on November 20.

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Simon Pegg is feeling the heat as the co-writer of Star Trek Beyond:

There is a lot of pressure. The way movie making works these days is that as soon as you have a structure and all the sets, the kind of physical aspects of the film are locked in, the dialogue and stuff is always a moveable feat, so we’ll be writing it right up until the edit, I think … it’s a work in progress.

As the co-writer, Pegg could presumably give his character Scotty a much meatier role in the sequel. However, it sounds like he’s going the other direction. “I feel like less, because I’m going to have to be on the set all the time anyway as a writer, so I should write myself out,” he said. [Trek Movie]

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Chris Pine and Idris Elba will be playing enemies in Star Trek Beyond, and it seems that animosity is spilling over into real life. Well, not really — but the two do look like they’re having a lot of fun pretending to hate each other in this new charity video for Omaze.

Got to Omaze.com to help out Make-a-Wish and enter to win a walk-on role in Star Trek Beyond in the process. Directed by Justin Lin, Star Trek Beyond opens July 8, 2016. [Omaze]

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