- Presenting the amazing Steampunk Iron Man, winner of Marvel's New York Comic Con costume contest. [via Geekologie]

- An early review of Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick's 'Deadpool' script says the role is strong enough to redefine Ryan Reynolds as an actor. Nevermind the universal praise for his turn in 'Buried' or his casting in 'Green Lantern', a superhero film that is, unlike 'Deadpool,' not merely hypothetical. Snark aside, it's good to hear that 'Deadpool' sounds like it's perfectly befitting of the character: crazy, violent and hilarious.

- It's always great when an actor openly campaigns for a role; it's even better when the actor in question is Nathan Fillion, who is currently gunning to star in David O. Russell's recently announced adaptation of 'Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.'

- Steven Spielberg's 'War Horse' has shifted release dates to December 28th, 2011, five days after his 'Adventures of Tintin' installment hits theaters. Two new Spielberg movies in one week! Can you handle?

- Samuel Bayer is looking to follow-up his 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' remake with 'Tumor,' an adaptation of a graphic novel about, "the final mission of a failed private detective who suffers from an inoperable brain tumor that causes time-bending hallucinations."


- Want to see Adam Sandler dressed in drag for his new film 'Jack and Jill'? No? Too late.

- James Franco has recently optioned two novels for feature film development. The latest is 'Holy Land,' D.J. Waldie's memoir about growing up in the suburbs of Lakewood, CA. The second is Stephen Elliott's 'The Adderall Diaries: A Memoir of Moods, Masochism and Murder.'

- Tarsem Singh has been offered directing duties on 'The Brothers Grimm: Snow White' by Relativity Media. This project is actually one of three other retellings of the classic fantasy tale floating around Hollywood, its most viable competitor being Universal's 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' the script for which sold for a tidy $1.5 million.

- James McTeigue's Edgar Allen Poe thriller 'The Raven' has just added Alice Eve and Luke Evans to its cast. The latter will be playing a detective who helps Poe (played by John Cusack) track down his fiance's (Eve) abductor.
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