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- As if Seth MacFarlane's current majority ownership of Fox's Animation Domination block weren't enough, MacFarlane has now worked out a deal by which he'll be adding to that a new version of The Flintstones that will see the series return from Stephen Baldwin's Barney bowl cut, back to the world of cartoon. "Hey, remember that time we met Gary Caveman?" (Cut to: cartoon Gary Coleman clad in fur.)

- Previously set for a December release, Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman has now been moved to June 1, 2012, sending out a real "eff you" to Relativity's June 29th release of Brothers Grimm: Snow White and starting the most boring cold war ever.

- That Amityville Horror sequel the Weinsteins promised us is coming together under the title The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes--so named so that it can be shot as Paranormal Activity-style "found footage" on the cheap. And maybe instead of finding a house, just shoot it after hours in an A&P parking lot, because who even gives a shit?

- Kiefer Sutherland and Kate Bosworth will star in Fairytale of New York, which "centers on a cynical but charming Irish standup comic who, while in New York, meets an intriguing American woman and the two connect." Sure, guys, just pretend Denis Leary doesn't even exist.

  • May 25, 2011
    If you thought Universal moving Snow White and the Huntsman up six months to get out before Relativity's The Brothers Grimm: Snow White was the last you'd be hearing about that battle you never really cared about in the first place, I'm afraid that's not the case. In response t... / Continue →
  • February 3, 2011
    ALL THE RUMORS WERE TRUE. Regarding Snow White casting news, at least. December's tentative mention of Julia Roberts possibly playing the Evil Queen in Tarsem Singh's 3-D The Brothers Grimm: Snow White panned out, and her status has now been upgraded to "negotiating in earnest.... / Continue →
  • March 21, 2013
    Kiefer Sutherland is in final talks to play the main antagonist in Pompeii, the in-production Paul W.S. Anderson film that looks at the doomed city's final days, and ponders if maybe the true villain was not Mount Vesuvius but dude from 24.... / Continue →
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