Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to delve back into the wild world of Hollywood, speculation has risen as to what his first project will be.
The latest we heard was that it would be a television series, which is a bit surprising since he is such a major movie star. But now Deadline has the news that the mystery series might actually be animated. They speculate that comic book guru Stan Lee might even be a major collaborator. The plot thickens!
Amy Adams To Enchant "Rock Of Ages"
She already proved she's got the vocal chops in "Enchanted," and now Deadline has the scoop that Amy Adams is being courted for "Rock of Ages." She will play a journalist who has a steamy affair with Tom Cruise's rock star boyfriend, Stacee Jax. Apparently the role was originally offered to Anne Hathaway, but she had to pass for "The Dark Knight Rises." Turns out Paul Giamatti is also circling the project.
Will Gluck Is Ready For "Sex On The Moon"
It's hard to follow in the footsteps of the latest Ben Mezrich adaptation, "The Social Network," but "Easy A" director Will Gluck is going to be the man to try. The Los Angeles Times has the scoop that he has been tapped by Sony to handle their adaptation of Mezrich's NASA drama, "Sex on the Moon."
"Tree Of Life" Takes Root In Cannes
Finally, "Tree of Life" has a premiere date that is a bit sooner than the previously announced May 27. Variety reports that the flick will show at Cannes in April, though we won't know which date until the official line-up is announced.
Jason Schwartzman Is Anderson-ed Again
It doesn't seem like too much of a surprise that Jason Schwartzman is joining Wes Anderson in his latest movie, "Moonrise Kingdom," but it's good news all the same. In addition, the Providence Entertainment Examiner announced that Edward Norton and Frances McDormand have joined the project. Rounding out the previously announced cast are Bruce Willis, Tilda Swinton and other Anderson-regular Bill Murray.
"Sucker Punch" Stars Love Looking Badass
The lovely leading ladies of "Sucker Punch" took the time to talk to MTV's Hollywood Crush blog about the intricacies of the film's many costume designs. "We had a lot to play with," Jamie Chung explained, "with power and strength, but still being really vulnerable. It's a wide range of different costumes that help put you in a different kind of mood."
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