- To your right is the first look at Gary Oldman as George Smiley in Tomas Alfredson's ('Let The Right One In') adaptation of John Le Carre's 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.'

- The '80s anime 'Bubblegum Crisis' about a gang of female mercs raging against the robot army of the GENOM Corporation is being turned into a Live Action 3-D film directed by Anthony La Molinara. The film will be a truly international venture as production is being spread across Canadian, Chinese, English, Australian and Japanese companies.

- Tim Burton's long talked about reimagining of 'Dark Shadows' starring Johnny Depp will finally start shooting next April.

- Zack Snyder insists that his 'Superman' will be different from previous films and that General Zod most definitely will not be the villain.

- Stephen Sommers is planning an adaptation of Dean Koontz's 'Odd Thomas' book about a psychic cook who gets into (mis)adventures in the small town where he lives. The budget is set at $47 million. [via ComingSoon]

- Andrew Niccol's ('Gattaca) new sci-fi film starring Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Cillian Murphy and Alex Pettyfer about a world where years of life have become the new currency has been retitled from 'I'm.Mortal' to 'Now.'

- Yahoo! premiered the first trailer for Adam Sandler's new comedy 'Just Go With It':



- John Carpenter is starting to become a bit more active these days, which is great for horror fans. He has 'Darkchylde' on the way as a director and as a producer he has just joined onto Dennison Ramalho's 'The Hell Within' about a woman who braves the Brazilian jungle to try to save a girl. [via DreadCentral]

- Gary Ross is set to direct an adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel 'The Hunger Games' about an alternate world where teenagers fight to death on live TV. Collins wrote the initial screenplay with screenwriter Billy Ray coming in later to touch it up a bit.

- If you're familiar with the Thai martial arts flick 'Born To Fight,' you're going to want to press the play button on the 'Bangkok Knockout' trailer right now. If you're not, know that this is the new movie from Panna Rittikra, the man who not only directed 'Born To Fight,' but choreographed most of Tony Jaa's movies.

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