- Threadless has another anti-3D shirt, Hollywood Swindle, available for barter.

- Shawn Levy's 21 Laps company will team with 20th Century Fox to produce, though probably not direct, an adaptation of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Judityh Viorst's 30+-year old kids book.

- There really isn't anything too new in the Hollywood Reporter's report on the current state of James Bond on the big screen, but it is kind of amusing to me the lengths Activision can go to launch the latest Bond game while MGM can afford to do, well, nothing with the film franchise.

- /Film has some glorious details and snazzy snaps of Warner Bros' upcoming The Goonies 25th Anniversary Collection DVD/Blu-ray Box Set. Finally, my sloth in not importing the a foreign Blu-ray pays off!

- Hollywood's 2010 handsome man, Tom Hardy, has replaced 2009's handsome man Sam Worthington for the action-comedy This Means War for director McG. I think I can speak for everyone when I say that when We collectively said, "Tom Hardy was great in Inception, I'm glad Hollywood has taken note of him", this is not what we were hoping for.

- Season of the Witch can't catch a break. The Dominic Sena-directed dark fantasy that features Nicolas Cage as a medieval knight has been languishing in the unreleased shadows for months after unveiling its first trailer, but it looks like it will finally see the light of day this September (it was originally slated for last spring). And by "light of day", I mean reshoots. Eek, that's not a good omen.

- 30 Days of Night: Dark Days is looking pretty cool for a straight-to-video sequel to David Slade's impressive adaptation of Steve Niles' undying vampire comic series:



- Transformers 3 is turning downtown Chicago into a big 'ole mess [via FSR]:

Transformers 3: Michigan Ave, Chicago (7D) from Steven Bogda on Vimeo.