'Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day' will get a U.S. theatrical release, 'Big Momma's House 3' is in the works, Guy Ritchie has been tapped to direct the comics-based bounty-hunter flick 'Lobo,' and more of today's top movie headlines. Fans of 1999's 'Boondock Saints,' which earned a paltry $30,000 in theaters before becoming a cult hit on DVD, have something to cheer about this morning. The long-gestating sequel 'The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day' will finally hit U.S. theaters with a platform release beginning Oct. 30. The original flick, which follows two Irish-bred Bostonian brothers (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) who go on a killing spree to cleanse their fair city of mobsters, marked the debut of filmmaker Troy Duffy, who was plucked from obscurity by Harvey Weinstein, became an overnight Hollywood sensation, and then, following the B.O. failure of 'Saints' (and a falling-out with Harvey), was never heard from again ... until now. Let's hope he has the 'Saints' on his side this time. [Variety]


'Big Momma' is in the house ... again. Fox has hired Randi Mayem Singer to write a script for 'Big Momma's House 3,' the latest installment of the series that stars Martin Lawrence as an undercover cop forced to don a fat suit (and fake boobs) to catch bad guys. Hey, whatever works. [Variety]


'Sherlock Holmes' helmer Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct 'Lobo' for Warner Bros.' Based on the popular DC Comics title, the flick will follow the irreverent and violent adventures of the titular blue-skinned, cigar-chomping, interstellar bounty hunter. Sounds out of this world. [Heat Vision Blog]


Didn't catch 'Star Trek' in IMAX back in May? Fear not. J.J. Abrams' sci-fi extravaganza is blasting back onto 100 IMAX screens across the country this Friday for another two-week run. The movie, which has grossed $256.7M domestically to date, only played on IMAX screens for two weeks after its May 8 release because 'Night at the Museum 2' had already booked the screens. [Variety]


The debut of the first trailer for 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' during the MTV Movie Awards went so well that stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner will premiere the newest trailer for the flick during MTV's Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Sunday, Sept. 13. [HitFix]


'The Notebook' helmer Nick Cassavetes is suing New Line for fraud, alleging that the studio promised him a gig directing the elephant conservationist biopic 'Peaceable Kingdom,' then fired him after he'd already delivered a full rewrite of the script without compensation. That's what you call addressing the elephant in the room. [The Hollywood Reporter]


Marcia Gay Harden and Shohreh Aghdashloo, who faced off in the Best Supporting Actress category at the 2004 Oscar, will go head to head again, this time in the indie drama 'The No Game.' The film follows an 18-year-old Jewish girl who discovers that her biological mother is Palestinian and soon strikes up a bond with her biological aunt (Aghdashloo), much to the chagrin of her adoptive mom (Harden). [The Hollywood Reporter]


Jeff Foxworthy will voice Babe the Blue Ox in the animated tall tale 'Bunyan & Babe.' A modern take on the Paul Bunyan story, the film follows Paul (John Goodman) and his trusty beast-of-burden sidekick Babe as they embark on a mission to save a small town from a greedy real estate developer (Kelsey Grammer). [The Hollywood Reporter]
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