- Is a comment even necessary? [via Buzzfeed]

- Disney has advanced 'The Muppets' from its previous Christmas 2011 release to a Thanksgiving 2011 release in hopes that it will keep their holiday weekend winning streak alive and strong.

- ComingSoon.net has a few on-set snaps of Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker's love interest, in the new 'Spider-Man.'

- The old British TV show 'RentaGhost' has been picked up by Warner Bros. for feature film development. Russell Brand will star in the 'Beetlejuice'-esque film about a dead guy who starts a temp agency for fellow ghosts who would like to be more productive in the afterlife than they were in their actual lives.

- In a move that should surprise no one, Magnet Releasing has snapped up distribution rights to Jason Eisner's 'Hobo With a Shotgun,' which stars Rutger Hauer as a transient vigilante, ahead of its debut at Sundance.

- Empire Online have debuted a new, darker poster for Jon Favreau's 'Cowboys & Aliens':


- Devon Sawa, Mischa Barton and Michael Clarke Duncan are all set to star in the Pittsburgh-set horror movie, 'Sibling.' Details are thin, but the trio will be playing a police officer, a guidance counselor and a principal, respectively, and filming will take place almost entirely at a local middle school.

- Marcus Nispel's reboot of the 'Conan' franchise (starring Jason Momoa in Schwarzenegger's role) will now be released under the film's original moniker, 'Conan the Barbarian.'

- For those still following the shocking murder of high profile Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen, it appears as though what was originally called an execution-style shooting was a simple "robbery gone bad."


- Fans of handsome men walking around might want to check out these photos of Chris Pine and Tom Hardy from the set of 'This Means War.'

- Paramount has given the greenlight to screenwriter Mark Carter for a new draft of, and potential directing duties on, 'Serial Killer Days,' an adaptation of David Prill's 1996 novel about a town that puts on an annual parade for the arrival of its cherished serial killer.

- The first footage for Bradley Cooper's new film, 'Limitless,' has hit the web in the form of a viral ad for the miracle drug his character discovers in the film:



- Only in Japan can you buy 'Star Wars'-themed USB hand warmers: