- ComingSoon.net has the first pic from Paul W.S. Anderson's 'The Three Musketeers,' starring Matthew Macfadyen, Logan Lerman, Ray Stevenson and Luke Evans.

- According to the Toronto Star, the Len Wiseman-directed 'Total Recall' remake will have a $200 million budget (in Canadian Dollars?) and will begin filming at Pinewood Toronto, home of the largest sound stage in North America, this coming March.

- Paramount, one of the few studios in Hollywood that always seems to be pushing forward their marketing game, have now set their sights on a largely untapped, buzz-building demographic: the military.

- Mark Millar says a lot of things these days, not all of it proving true, but according to the comic creator, his next big screen property, 'Superior,' has "locked down [the] most high profile actor of 2010." But you'll have to wait until January 2011 to find out who that is.

- DVD and Blu-ray copies of 'Waiting for "Superman"' (out February 15, 2011) will come with a $25 credit to DonorsChoose.org, allowing buyers to chose what classroom project they'd like to donate to.

- And the Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of 2010 are:
  1. 'Toy Story 3' ($415M)
  2. 'Alice in Wonderland' ($334.2M)
  3. 'Iron Man 2' ($312.1M)
  4. 'Eclipse' ($300.5M)
  5. 'Inception' ($292.5M)
  6. 'Deathly Hallows Part 1' ($259.2M)
  7. 'Despicable Me' ($250.3.7M)
  8. 'Shrek Forever After' ($238.4M)
  9. 'How to Train Your Dragon' ($217.6M)
  10. 'The Karate Kid' ($176.6M)

- 'Fallen Skies', the new Steven Spielberg-produced television series about an alien invasion that looks awfully similar to 'War of the Worlds' meets 'District 9', has just debuted a trailer. Watch it below, and look for it to hit TNT this June.




- Gore Verbinski took an atypical route with his voice over actors for his first animated film, 'Rango.' Check it out:



- Joe R. Lansdale's unpublished short story, 'Christmas With The Dead,' is set to become a feature film next year. Brian James Fitzpatrick will direct, with shooting taking place in Lansdales hometown of Nagodoches, Texas this coming June.

- Amanda Palmer (with a cameo from husband Neil Gaiman) recreates 'Labyrinth' with sock puppets: