- James Gunn's 'Super' is set for an April 1st, 2011 release in NY and LA, followed quickly by a VOD expansion. In honor of this news, Gunn has posted some new pictures to his personal website, including the above of Ellen Page as Boltie, the sidekick of Rainn Wilson's 'The Crimson Bolt.'

- Billy Mitchell, one of the two record-breaking gamers at the center of 'The King of Kong,' has been honored with a little Easter Egg in the new Wii game 'Donkey Kong Country Returns.' [via /Film]

- Those who loved 'Southland Tales' should be happy to know that Richard Kelly has written a script for a prequel based on the graphic novel he created with artist Brett Weldele. Kelly says he's still trying to turn said script into a feature film, most likely an animated one.

- According to Halle Berry, the Wachowskis next film will not be their gay Iraq war romance, 'Cobalt Neutral 9,' but a 'Matrix'-esque mindbender called 'Cloud Atlas' co-starring Tom Hanks and Natalie Portman. Tom Tykwer ('Run Lola Run,' 'Perfume: Story of a Murderer') had originally been on board as the writer-director.

- And speaking of the great Tom Tykwer, here's the trailer for his newest film, 'Three,' which is his first German-language film since 'The Princess and the Warrior.' Even without English subtitles (though someone at QuietEarth did provide a quick translation), it looks quite good:



- It will be a limited release anywhere between 70 and 100 screens, but anime fans should take not that 'Evangelion 2.0: You Can (Not) Advance,' will be getting a theatrical release in the US this coming January.

- If you're not impressed with Microsoft's Kinect as a gaming platform, perhaps you'll dig it as a means for realizing a home brew, 'Minority Report'-style user interface.



- U.S. authorities have already seized dozens of domain names as part of their newly enacted anti-piracy legislation.

- And speaking of posting copyrighted film materials online for free, Twentieth Century Fox has sued a woman to the tune of $15 million for creating an online database of scripts for struggling screenwriters like herself to learn from.

- Warner Bros. has trademarked Quidditch Lingerie. Don't expect them to start licensing official wizarding negligee, however, as this was pretty much a move to prevent other people from selling it.

- Because 'Batman XXX: A Porn Parody' did so well, here comes 'Superman XXX.' Don't worry the only thing NSFW in this teaser trailer is the S-word: