- B-D has the first poster for David Stamm's The Last Exorcism up. I have a strong suspicion this movie is going to sneak up on a lot of people in a few months time...

- Charlie Day, from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, is in talks to star alongside Jason Bateman as two of the frustrated employees in Horrible Bosses for New Line and director Seth Gordon. Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell are also in talks for the film, though they'll be playing the bosses.

- Dave Matthews wants to expand his Art Takes Over Pictures even further with a plan to distribute six films a year. The first title in their new lineup is Mao's Last Dancer, " the true story of Li Cunxin's extraordinary journey from poverty to international stardom".

- Sony Pictures Animation really won me over with Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, so I'm cautiously optimistic for their newly announced Rollercoaster Tycon film, though it does stun me how many games without plots are being optioned for movies these days. It's like Hollywood is run by 8 year old versions of myself.

- Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren will once again be cracking skulls together in fourth Universal Soldier film. In 3D. The same article at Variety tells us production company Foresight Unlimited will also be giving Daredevil director Mark Steven Johnson a shot at sniper wars action flick called Recoil.

- Iron Man 2 is going to have over half an hour of deleted scenes on its DVD/Blu-ray release, so now you'll finally be able to see the trailer's "You complete me!" scene in full. I know you were dying for it.

- Movie Gallery Inc. has finally officially announced that they'll be liquidating all their stores. Ready your plunderin' sacks.