- Check out this very cool poster comprised of business card mock-ups for iconic companies from film and television.

- In the right hands Tim Seeley's 'Hack/Slash', a series of comics about a gal who hunts small town slashers, could be a big screen license to print money. Unfortunately the live-action film has been in a holding pattern since its original writing-directing pair were swapped out last year. Who knows if it will ever come, but in the mean time a one Matt Pizzolo is working on an "illustrated" film version.

- 'The Reasonable Bunch', a new comedy directed by Sam Levinson about an unruly batch of relatives and exes at a family wedding, has just cast Demi Moore, Thomas Haden Church, Kate Bosworth, Martin Landau, Ellen Barkin and Ellen Burstyn. Here's hoping for a similar ensemble success as Death at a Funeral. (The British one, not the American remake.)

- James Cameron is getting back in the spy business with another 'True Lies'. Only this time he'll be ushering it along as a TV show. And in tangentially related news, another of Cameron's flock, 'Avatar's' Stephen Lang, is in talks to star in the Steven Spielberg-produced time travel TV series, 'Terra Nova'.

- And we end Cinematical Late Night with two finds from The Daily What. The first is MC Frontalot's new music video, Spoiler Alert:



- And lastly, this amusing little mash-up of Ace Ventura with Star Wars: