- The increasingly cool looking alien-invasion flick 'Skyline' has its final poster.

- Tea Leoni and Nina Arianda are the latest to join Ben Stiller, Alan Alda, Eddie Murphy, Gabourey Sidibe and Michael Pena in the Brett Ratner-directed 'Tower Heist,' which is about a group of Manhattan highrise workers who decide to rob the pension-denying Wall Street fat cat who lives in the penthouse of their building.

- Laeta Kalogridis, who wrote 'Shutter Island' and executive produced 'Avatar,' is set to write the screenplay for the James Cameron-produced remake of the scientist-shrinking sci-fi flick 'Fantastic Voyage.'

- Terrence Malick's 'Tree of Life', starring Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain, finally has a release date: May 27, 2011.

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Check out a trailer for the buzzed-about 'Rabbit Hole' over at Apple. The film stars Nicole Kidman in a role that some say has Oscar potential written all over it.

- Six Flags is already planning to build a 'Green Lantern' roller coaster at its Magic Mountain park in Valencia. Once the ride is completed in 2011, Six Flags will have dethroned Ohio's Cedar Point with a total of 18 coasters. And as seen in the video below, it looks awesome:




- Sean Penn sure looks cheerful as an aging rocker in 'This Must Be the Place.'



- The president of Harvard, Drew Faust, has finally seen 'The Social Network.' Unsurprisingly, she's disappointed at how her university is portrayed, particularly in regards to the lack of "representation of terrific female characters."

- If you like statistics, Variety has an interesting breakdown of how much money each sector of the home entertainment market (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD etc.) has either grown or declined this year. The overall picture is that Blu-ray sales rose 80%, while VOD and digital downloads have risen some 23%.

- Deadline has a rundown of all the projects Wesley Snipes would like to be involved with. Of course a new 'Blade' is mentioned, but the odd surprise is 'Code Name Zorro,' a film about Herbert Hoover's attempts to subvert Martin Luther King's civil rights progress.

- Zach Galifianakis got a delicious taste of his own Between Two Ferns medicine thanks to Good Morning Texas interviewer Gordon Keith. [via Movieline]