- If you're a big 'Tron' fan, you may want to keep an eye on Acme Archives Direct, which will be selling limited edition "Interpretive Artwork from the Disney Underground Series."

- Jon Favreau tells the L.A. Times' Hero Complex that he stepped away from 'Iron Man 3' not because of bad relations with Marvel, but because with Disney's 'Magic Kingdom' he wants to, "blow people away, which is easier to do with a project that isn't loaded with built-in expectations."

- Twelve year old 'Jeopardy' winner Thomas Horn has been cast as the lead in 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,' Stephen Daldry's adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel about a young boy out to discover what a key belonging to his father (who died on 9/11) unlocks.

- 'Wrath of the Titans,' the Jonathan Liebesman-directed sequel to 'Clash of the Titans' will be released on March 30th, 2012. Oh, and as previously believed, it will actually be filmed in 3D this time.

- Not content with simply making Han shoot second, the latest bit of 'Star Wars' revisionist history (as part of a new pack of downloadable content for the game 'Force Unleashed II') actually kills off Han Solo and Chewbacca while they're on Endor. Watch the tragedy below:



- Nicolas Cage is set to star in 'Medallion,' Simon West's thriller about a father who has to find his daughter before she disappears forever within the trunk of an NYC taxi cab.

- Sundance 2011 has added the world premieres of Miranda July's 'The Future,' Rob Minkoff's 'Flypaper' and Alison Ellwood and Alex Gibney's 'Magic Trip.'

- 'Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies' will return to TV on January 21, 2011, though it has not yet been released who will be replacing Elvis Mitchell as co-host.
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