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Isnin, April 13, 2009

#398. Movie Buzz

1. Venom wants to eat your brainsss ... and cash
He may have been blasted into a zillion slimy flecks of alien goop at the end of Spider-Man 3 but Venom, like all good Marvel villains, is coming back.Word from Sci Fi Wire is that the human-alien symbiote who hates Spidey with a vengeance is set to star in his own spin-off movie from Sony, and the studio has signed Zombieland writes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese to work on the screenplay.No other details on the movie were forthcoming. Zombieland, set for a late 2009 release, is about "the most frightened man on Earth" trying to lead a band of survivors to safety in the middle of zombie outbreak. Sounds ... juicy.

2. Buffy heading back to the movies?
She began "life" as the central character of a less-than-successful movie and went on to a stellar seven-year run on television ... now Buffy the Vampire Slayer may be heading back to theatres.Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played TV Buffy from 1997-2003 (the role was played by Kristy Swanson in the first movie back in 1992), is reportedly in negotiations to play the character in the proposed movie, reports Showbizspy.com.The TV series ended with Buffy awakening the "potential" of every Slayer on Earth. An "eighth season" of the show followed in comic-book form from Dark Horse. Word has it that if the new movie materialises, it will focus on a much older Buffy, who could even be a mother by now. Gellar is said to be "excited" about the idea.

3. Rorschach in your dreams
Jackie Earle Haley, who recently won raves for his role as the uncompromising vigilante Rorschach in Watchmen, is the new Freddy Krueger.Various news sources including trade paper Variety report that the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street will begin filming in May for an April 2010 release.Music video specialist Samuel Bayer will handle directing chores, from a screenplay by Wesley Strick.

4. And MIB makes three
According to reports from the ShoWest movie trade event that's currently going on, Sony Pictures has announced that there will be a third Men in Black movie.No further details were announced, not even a release date.Two Men in Black movies starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones have been released so far, the first one in 1997 and the second in 2002.

5. Trek sequel confirmed
Even before the movie's release, Star Trek has bolstered Paramount's confidence sufficiently for the studio to greenlight a sequel.JJ Abrams' new movie is scheduled for an early May release, but the writing trio of Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof have already been signed to write a sequel.Abrams is set to return as producer for the film, to be released in 2011, but it has not been confirmed if he will direct as well.

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