-- Sick of the same old Christmas musicals like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular? Looking for something a little different? Feel free to check out 'A Klingon Christmas Carol', now playing at the Greenhouse Theater in Chicago through December 19th. The play is presented entirely in Klingon, so, um, yeah.

-- Speaking to Empire, DreamWorks' Jeffrey Katzenberg said they're planning many more sequels to some of their most beloved animated films. In particular, there will be at least one more 'Madagascar' movie, six 'Kung Fu Panda' movies (in total) and at least three ("or maybe more") 'How to Train Your Dragon' movies.

-- Aaron Eckhart confirmed to MTV that he (and Two Face) will not be featured in 'The Dark Knight Rises', noting that he asked Christopher Nolan whether he'd be in it, and the director responded, "No".

-- There's a description of the 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' teaser trailer floating around via BadTaste.it. It sounds very much like the first teaser for the original 'Transformers', in which we saw footage of the moon landing, only this time they focus on another journey astronauts took to the dark side of the moon where they discovered ... either a rad Pink Floyd album or a bunch of Transformers. The trailer drops in front of 'Tron: Legacy' on December 17th, and should be online that week as well.

-- Adult Swim has revealed three trailers promoting Robot Chicken's 'Star Wars III', which drops on December 19th. The trailers are separated into different categories: There's the "Sitcom" trailer, the "Heist" trailer and the "Techno" trailer. Check all three out after the jump.







-- Frankenstein is back! Sony looks to be setting up a contemporary version of Mary Shelly's Frankenstein novel through producer Matt Tolmach. [Deadline]

-- Deadline says that director Jay Roach is going around Hollywood pitching a political comedy starring Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell that would be timed to the 2012 election, and follow 2 candidates running for office. They say "everybody's interested" in it, so we'll see.

-- In what looks to be the first Sundance 2011 deal, IFC has acquired the rights to Joe Swanberg's 'Uncle Kent.' The film centers on an "L.A. cartoonist who tries over the course of a weekend to sleep with a houseguest visiting from New York," according to Variety.

-- 'Piranha 3DD' (gotta love those creative movie titles) will officially hit theaters on September 16th.

-- Look, it's Wile E. Cayote vs. the Road Runner ... but in live action and with humans.