- Who was at your last birthday party? The Hollywood Reporter has posted this amazing picture from George Lucas' 50th b-day bash featuring Ron Howard, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Brian DePalma, Lucas, Robert Zemeckis and Francis Ford Coppola. Beat that guest list!
- 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' has been delayed yet again. This time it's opening on February 7th, assuming the cast can make it that long without all winding up in the hospital.
- Apparently 17 minutes of never-before-seen footage from Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey' have been discovered in pristine condition. Some of the shots include more from the 'Dawn of Man' sequence, Frank Poole jogging and more. No word on whether they will be included in a future DVD/Blu-ray release.
- 'Knight and Day' and '3:10 to Yuma' director James Mangold is returning to the world of the Western for a film called 'The Gunslingler', said to be a contemporary Western about an "ex-Texas Ranger who sets out to punish the men who killed his brother."
- IMDB has released their top ten films of 2010 based on user ratings. Not surprisingly 'Inception' leads the pack, but 'Black Swan' at number two is kind of a shocker. Check out the rest of the top ten after the jump (via Slashfilm].
1. Inception 9.0 / 10
2. Black Swan 8.9 / 10
3. Toy Story 3 8.7 / 10
4. The Social Network 8.2 / 10
5. How To Train Your Dragon 8.2 / 10
6. Tangled 8.1 / 10
7. Kick-Ass 8.0 / 10
8. Shutter Island 8.0 / 10
9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I 7.9 / 10
10. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 7.9 / 10
- Out of all the fan-made 'Star Wars' gear out there, this dress -- made up of the iconic 'Star Wars' scroll -- is definitely one of the geekiest.
- Eric Bana is said to be "circling" the title role in 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter', based on the alternative novel by Seth Grahame-Smith that envisioned the 16th President of the United States as a vampire hunter in his off time. Timur Bekmambetov is slated to direct.
- Zack Snyder's 'Superman' film will reportedly be shot in Vancouver, possibly as early as this summer. As of now the Warner Bros. film is due out in December of 2012.
- Video of the Day: Anne Hathaway stops by to surprise the P.S. 22 chorus with an invitation to come sing at the Academy Awards.
- Finally, Werner Herzog (psst, it's not really him, but go with it) reads 'Twas The Night Before Christmas' ...