- The third entry in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise, titled simply Riddick, may not have a ton of details at this point, but it has at least a single piece of concept art. Without context I'm just going to assume this is the part of the movie where Riddick trips at Joshua Tree and that's just his alien coyote spirit guide.
- The Financial Times, by way of Deadline Hollywood, are breaking the news that Ridley and Tony Scott are interested in running the perpetually troubled MGM. This doesn't mean they want to buy the studio outright, but the report indicates that they would like to be a part of the new management team should the studio emerge from bankruptcy intact.
- I'd take this with a grain of Russian salt (which we all know is so salty it makes normal salt cry) considering the man is attached to more projects than I have fingers and toes, but the latest contender for Timur Bekmambetov's directorial attention appears to be the 3D thriller Red Asphalt for Lionsgate. Specifics are sparse, so I'm just going to assume at this point that it's an instructional video for a driver's education class.
- And speaking of sparse details, 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo will direct Clive Owen in the vaguely-outlined horror-thriller Intruders about, "an 11-year-old girl who is forced to confront childhood demons."
- Heartless, the British psychological thriller starring 21 and Across the Universe's Jim Sturgess, has a nice new trailer. Sorry though, Yanks, no distribution for us yet.
Heartless - Trailer 2
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- I leave you with this hilarious montage of Nicolas Cage's finer moments from the 1988 film Vampire's Kiss. I dare you not to smile at this.
- P.S. Weinberg saw How to Train Your Dragon tonight and he wouldn't shut up about it for 20 minutes. Dude loves his animated movies.