CATEGORIES Movies, Cinematical
- ComingSoon.net has a great collection of posters and images snapped at AFM, the kicker of which is the poster for the Jodie Foster-directed, Mel Gibson-starring 'The Beaver.'

- Brad Pitt has dropped out of the leading role in 'The Lost City of Z,' an adaptation of David Grann's novel about the quest for El Dorado. According to Vulture, Pitt dropped out because of a standoff between Paramount and director James Gray.

- The L.A. Times is reporting that Lionsgate and Darko Entertainment's shortlist for 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' directors has a frontrunner: screenwriter Mike White. Matt Reeves, who was previously on their short list, is said to be out, which leaves the remaining possibilities as Neil Marshall, Mike Newell, David Slade and Jonathan Demme.

- Fangoria will once again begin producing films. The first film on their slate is a remake of Bob Clark's 'Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things.' Following that will be an adaptation of Elizabeth Hand's novella 'Cleopatra Brimstone.'

- AMC will be holding a special encore presentation of 'Back to the Future' on the Big Screen this Saturday, November 6th. Here is a complete list of participating theaters across the US.



- Twitch has the first poster for the recently announced 'Paris, I'll Kill You.' Sadly this is not a film about killing Paris Hilton, but it is an omnibus horror anthology directed by 10 of the coolest names in the genre.

-'Spider-Man' the musical may not make its November 14th debut pending an investigation from the New York State Department following an accident that left an actor with both wrists broken.

- Martin Lawrence returns to his most famous role as the cross-dressing undercover FBI agent in 'Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son'. The equally-as-big trailer has just arrived online, and you can watch it below.




- The Weinstein Company have picked up US and UK rights to the French animated movie 'Santa's Apprentice' about a shy boy who is trained to replace a retiring Santa Claus.

- Vincenzo Natali will produce newcomer Randall Cole's film '388 Arletta Avenue.' Nick Stahl stars in the film about a couple who are being secretly manipulated by a voyeur.

- For those who want to keep holding out hope that an 'Arrested Development' movie will happen, David Cross says he knows what the story will be if it ever happens and that it's simply "Awesome."