Weekly Ketchup: Despicable Me's Minions Get Their Own Movie

Plus, biopics for Bill Hicks and Julian Assange, and Ridley Scott's next film.

This Week's Ketchup includes movie development news for directors Edgar Wright and Russell Crowe (yep, he's doing that, too, now), and such real life sources of material as the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and the lives of comedian Bill Hicks and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.


This Week's Top Story

THE MINIONS FROM DESPICABLE ME GETTING THEIR OWN MOVIE IN 2014

This story is about a movie that has been quietly been getting made for a while now, sort of in secret, but the clues to its existence have been around, too. Two years ago, on July 9, 2010, Universal Pictures released Despicable Me, the first animated CGI movie in a partnership with Illumination Entertainment. Universal and Illumination went on to produce and release Hop and Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, and other films in development include new versions of The Addams Family, The Cat in the Hat, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Curious George, and Woody Woodpecker, and a Dr. Seuss biopic. Illumination's next film will be Despicable Me 2 (7/3/13), and this week, the world discovered that the fifth film will be a Despicable Me spinoff, making that franchise responsible for 3 out of Illumination's first five films. The spinoff doesn't have a title yet, but it does have a release year (2014), and an already familiar leading cast in the Minions, the goggle-wearing little yellow henchmen of Groo. The Minions also speak their own language (that combines elements of many), which means that there will almost certainly have to be other English-speaking characters to help move the storyline along. Production of the Minions movie will start almost immediately after Despicable Me 2 wraps. The script has already been written by Brian Lynch (cowriter of Hop and Puss in Boots), and Pierre Coffin (codirector of the first two Despicable Me films) and Kyle Balda (codirector of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax) will codirect.

Fresh Developments This Week

#1 EDGAR WRIGHT AND J.J. ABRAMS JOIN FORCES FOR COLLIDER

One of the hot prospects earlier this month at San Diego Comic Con was confirmation that director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim Vs the World) and Marvel Studios are getting closer to finally making the Ant-Man movie. Meanwhile, Edgar Wright is also preparing to finish his "Three Flavors Cornetto" trilogy with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost with the pub crawl adventure The World's End. This week, however, we learned about about yet another project which will likely come after both The World's End and Ant-Man, and this one unites Wright with another fan favorite. Edgar Wright and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production company are collaborating on a mystery-cloaked science fiction project for Paramount Pictures called Collider. Although there are other possibilities, the most likely subject for a movie called Collider is the Large Hadron Collider, which recently made big news by demonstrating evidence of the theorized Higgs boson. Whatever it's actually about, Collider is being written by screenwriter Mark Protosevich (The Cell; cowriter of I Am Legend), who has also worked on scripts for Jurassic Park IV, the videogame adaptation Mass Effect, and the English remake of Oldboy.


#2 $155 MILLION DEAL GIVES DREAMWORKS ANIMATION CHARACTERS LIKE LASSIE AND CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST

This week, DreamWorks Animation announced a $155 million deal to purchase the holding company Classic Media, which now gives the studio the rights to dozens of classic characters. The result of this deal will be a new subsidiary called DreamWorks Classics. Some of the characters that this deal includes (but is not by any means limited to) are Where's Waldo?, many Rankin/Bass specials like Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Filmnation titles like Fat Albert and Masters of the Universe, Harvey Comics characters like Richie Rich and Casper the Friendly Ghost, the Jay Ward titles like Rocky and Bullwinkle and George of the Jungle, and many other properties including Dick Tracy, Gumby, Lassie, and Mr. Magoo. This deal basically makes it much easier for DreamWorks Animation to proceed with potentially dozens of new projects. What is not covered within DreamWorks' rights, however, are already signed deals with other companies, such as Disney's upcoming live action The Lone Ranger, with Johnny Depp as Tonto. One upcoming DreamWorks Animation film that definitely does fit in nicely with this new venture is Mr. Peabody & Sherman, which is already in production, and scheduled for release on March 14, 2014. No specific deal was mentioned as being the next likely DreamWorks Animation adaptation, but this stable of licenses is so large, that one has to imagine that DreamWorks will be announcing something soon.


#3 JEREMY RENNER MIGHT BREAK THE JULIAN ASSANGE DEADLOCK

What sometimes happens with film development in Hollywood is that many different producers and studios might all get the idea for similarly-themed movies around the same time, until one or two of them get the nudge they need to actually make a movie. In the case of the true story of Julian Assange, founder of the controversial secret documents source WikiLeaks, there are at least four potential movies in development at DreamWorks, HBO, Universal, and by producer Megan Ellison. This week, it was revealed that Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker, The Avengers) is actively seeking the lead role in DreamWorks' project. Screenwriter Josh Singer (who doesn't yet have a produced credit) adapted the untitled script based on the books WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy by David Leigh and Luke Harding, and Inside WikiLeaks: My Time With Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg. There's no commitment yet, but DreamWorks is also currently discussing the project with director Bill Condon (Kinsey, Gods and Monsters), who's currently looking for his next big project after directing the two halves of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.


#4 RUSSELL CROWE MAY MAKE HIS DIRECTORIAL DEBUT WITH A BILL HICKS BIOPIC

One of Russell Crowe's pet projects for many years has been a biopic about American stand up comedian Bill Hicks, which Crowe was planning on starring in as Hicks. Russell Crowe does actually bear a resemblance to Bill Hicks, and it's easy to imagine the boisterous Australian taking on Hicks' on stage persona. However, Bill Hicks died when he was 32, and Russell Crowe is now 48, meaning that the window of opportunity for Crowe to actually play Bill Hicks may soon be completely shut (if it isn't already). We learned this week, however, that this doesn't mean that Crowe has given up on the Bill Hicks biopic, as he is now determined to make his directorial debut with the project instead. To that end, longtime Crowe friend Mark Staufer has written a script for the untitled project, which will effectively be his feature film debut as writer, as well. What's still unknown is who Russell Crowe might now have in mind to play the groundbreaking comedian instead.


#5 NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH SOMEWHERE IN TIME OR TIME AFTER TIME... THE TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE, TIME AND AGAIN

Tom Cruise is headed to London this weekend to get ready for the start of filming the science fiction action film All You Need is Kill (and probably take in some Olympics). That film will be directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Mr. & Mrs. Smith), but even with all that going on, Liman also signed on this week for another (but very different) science fiction project at Lionsgate. Time and Again is the name of an illustrated novel by the late Jack Finney about a modern man who volunteers for a military experiment that sends him back to 1882, where he falls in love, and must choose between the past and the present. In both title and theme, Time and Again sounds like it belongs to the small but fan favorite mini-genre of time travel romances that includes Somewhere in Time and Time After Time.


#6 RIDLEY SCOTT IMAGINES DISASTER WITH THE DAY BRITAIN STOPPED

As this column is being written, the opening of the 2012 Olympics is getting underway in London, with authorities there undoubtedly considering myriad different ways the massive sporting event could go badly. One has to imagine that director/producer Ridley Scott was thinking this exact thing recently. Ridley Scott and screenwriter Steve Zaillian have acquired the feature film rights to of the 2003 BBC dramatic documentary The Day Britain Stopped. That TV movie depicted a fictional series of chain reaction events that lead to the United Kingdom's transportation system collapsing, resulting in dozens of lives lost. Steve Zaillian has worked with Ridley Scott in the past on Hannibal and American Gangster, and his screenwriting credits also include Gangs of New York, Moneyball, and Schindler's List. Rather than a direct remake, Ridley Scott and Steve Zaillian are planning a feature film that is more loosely inspired by the ideas behind The Day Britain Stopped. The next step will be to find a screenwriter to adapt their ideas to the page, with Steve Zaillian taking a producer role, rather than adapting the script himself.


#7 THE 2010 GULF OF MEXICO OIL SPILL GETS ITS OWN MOVIE AS DEEPWATER HORIZON

A cynic could say that a horrible disaster and/or tragedy hasn't really made its full mark until Hollywood has made a movie about it. It's barely two years later, but such appears to be getting closer to happening for the April 20, 2010 oil spill at the BP rig Deepwater Horizon. And now, Summit Entertainment is moving forward with plans for a movie by that same title about the events that led to the spill, and immediately followed it, as the 100 workers aboard the rig struggled to stay alive, to be directed by Ric Roman Waugh. Ric Roman Waugh is a former stuntman with a long list of credits that includes True Romance, The Last of the Mohicans, The Crow, and the original Total Recall. Waugh moved on to a career as a director with 2008's Felon, and 2013 will see the release of his second film called Snitch, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Susan Sarandon, and Barry Pepper.

Rotten Ideas of the Week

#2 WILL KRISTEN STEWART'S FANS STILL FOLLOW HER BACK TO CALI?

Kristen Stewart made some other news this week, but the scope of this column is only concerned with a "gritty action movie" called Cali. Kristen Stewart will costar in Cali with Alex Pettyfer (Magic Mike, I Am Number Four) as two lovers in the San Fernando Valley who sell a fake snuff film, but ultimately have to revisit the scene of their deception to save the girl's younger sister. Cali will be directed by Nick Cassavetes (Alpha Dog, John Q, The Notebook) from a script by Michael Diliberti (30 Minutes or Less). Cali is one of the week's Rotten Ideas based mostly on the RT Tomatometer scores for Nick Cassavetes, who hasn't had a Fresh score as director since 1997's She's So Lovely.



#1 THE WATCH COSTARS BEN STILLER AND JONAH HILL BID EACH OTHER ALOHA AGAIN

Today sees the release of The Watch, the movie formerly known as Neighborhood Watch (until George Zimmerman sort of tainted that title), which also has been receiving a lot of "Rotten" reviews this week. Half that film's stars, however (Ben Stiller and Jonah Hill) are looking to work together again for 20th Century Fox on a "island themed comedy" called Aloha (which suggests the island is probably Hawaii... obviously?). At this point, really not much else is known about the premise of Aloha, except that it was written by Nicholas Stoller, whose previous credits include Get Him to the Greek, The Muppets, and Fun with Dick and Jane. Aloha will be directed by Shawn Levy, who has previously worked with Ben Stiller on the two Night at the Museum movies.

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Comments

WafflesAreSuspended

Zachary moss

Wow, a Minion movie...ugh, a hour and thirty minutes of punching and tater-tots.

Jul 27 - 04:54 PM

Kyle Patterson

Kyle Patterson

When I read that, I lol'd

Jul 27 - 08:02 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

again . . .films are made on conveyor belts (factories) and it feels like screenplays are utilized more as blueprints for an architecturally designed film as opposed to providing an actual storyline for a film. (screenplays today seem to be crafted to timing where there should be exposition and action)

Jul 28 - 07:53 AM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

00 - Well, that's good for the 5-year-olds, I guess. Never bothered watching DM, or any cartoon since Up, really. I don't think there's anything more to add to the medium after that masterpiece. No, don't start telling me about everything post-Up, I don't give a shit.

01 - Ok, so here is the REAL top story of this week. Edgar Wright is an awesome, awesome director, and I hold JJ in very high esteem as well, even though some people seem to have a problem with him. I loved Cloverfield, Star Trek and MI3, so it's all good. One question: presumably, Wright's next is World's End, followed by Ant-Man, so is this his project for late-2013?

02 - Yes!!111 Finally, Lassie can be animated! WOO-HOO! Now my life is complete. Fuck off.

03 - The only thing "controversial" about Wikileaks is the US gov't's unacceptable behavior and its treatment of both Assange, who did what journalists are SUPPOSED to do, and Manning, who is an American Hero. But I guess, to some people, facts can be perceived as "evil." That said, I have no inherent interest in a biopic of Assange. He's very much alive and still young enough to have lots of life left in him. Kinda seems a little premature.

04 - Hicks is an awesome comic, but again, kinda pointless project, no? His material stands for itself. There's no real hidden story there apart from maybe the Letterman fiasco, and even then the facts are all widely known.

05 - Well, I guess the ladies want some Sci-Fi, too. Nothing wrong with that.

06 - Yes, great! Do this and leave Blade Runner the hell alone. You fucking up Alien is enough.

07 - Maybe I'm just in a foul mood, but this seems like another one of those projects that seem.. boring. Oh noes, an oil rig ruptured and now there's oil in the water. I know, let's focus on the people aboard the vessel, and not on the media and politicians as they become aware of the accident. I mean, it's a lot more fun to watch oil riggers play cards and wait to be rescued than the struggle between lobbyists and politicians in Washington *sarcasm*.

08 - Yeah, this sounds like a disaster. And why was Wooden Plank in the news? Did someone photograph her smiling, or showing any semblance of human emotion?

09 - Awesome, this sounds about as good as 10000 BC! Fuck this, I'm out.

Jul 27 - 05:26 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

Time and Again sounds intriguing . . . the romantic aspect might soften box office as boys are usually attracted to sci-fi (its like, Hollywood is steadily cranking-out movies on a conveyor-belt and not giving them much thought and ingenuity)///There MUST be a BLADE RUNNER II (because there are a lot of directions the characters introduced in BLADE RUNNER can take) . . . yet, with the UTTERLY ABYSMAL GARBAGE Ridley Scott gave is with Prometheus, I hope Scott sharpens his creative nails with this "interpolating" film.

Jul 27 - 06:36 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

SAGE STALLONE RULES, DUDE!!!!! GRINDHOUSE RELEASING FOREVER!!!!!

Jul 27 - 07:20 PM

Lars Ronin

Lars Ronin

dude ur awesome!!!

Jul 27 - 09:48 PM

Matt Jordan

Matt Jordan

It must be nice in your little imaginary world.

Jul 28 - 01:37 PM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

Why, are you not from Earth? What's the weather like where you're at?

Jul 28 - 10:49 PM

Valmordas

Val Mordas

"The only thing "controversial" about Wikileaks is the US gov't's unacceptable behavior and its treatment of both Assange, who did what journalists are SUPPOSED to do"..

Uh, no. Journalists are not supposed to publish classified government information. Unless they want to be arrested or killed, that is.

Jul 28 - 09:57 PM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

They are when said information contains details on civilian deaths and unauthorized spending. Besides, media isn't the gov't's lapdog, or it's not supposed to be, in any case. If a classified doc gets out, well, too bad.

Jul 28 - 10:48 PM

Valmordas

Val Mordas

So if someone steals all your personal info, including your SSN, DOB, Phone numbers and posts it on the internet... well that's just too bad, right? No, it's called a crime.

Jul 29 - 04:52 AM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

It's the media's job to always strive to make its gov't more transparent and accountable to the people who elected it in the first place. When I start seeing things like going after journalists for disclosing a gov't's dark secrets (something that was celebrated not even 30 years ago), I start to get very nervous. There is no better definition of a police state than the total and utter control of information. It's what North Korea does... and last time I checked, USA and NK stood for polar opposite principles.

And your analogy in comparing a gov't body to a person is not only laughably nonsensical, but also stupid. Releasing facts and figures contradicting USA's claim that very little civilian casualties were accrued in the senseless Iraq war is not even on the same planet as releasing someone's SS #. It's bullshit logic like yours (hey, let's equate an organization with a person) that gave rise to Citizen's United.

Jul 29 - 03:46 PM

Valmordas

Val Mordas

"When I start seeing things like going after journalists"

This guy is no journalist, he is a shit starter. He was publishing classified information that could have caused backlash against American troops. Because he rigged up some website you call him a journalist, however if it had been another country involved it would be called espionage. There's nothing wrong with my logic as it pertains to the theft and distribution of private information.

Jul 30 - 08:36 AM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

US soldiers pissed on corpses and shot women and children. The US invaded another country with no probable cause - Iraq had nothing to do with 911, and that wasn't a secret - so I believe information like this has to be released in order for the public to know what their gov't is up to.

Assange was the only one willing to release said docs. All the so-called proper journalists pissed themselves and blocked the docs from coming out in US for fear of exposing the gov't for what it is and not getting invited to the next conference speech. It's a sad state of affairs when the news media is either too scared of its own gov't to release harsh truths, or else it's actively interested in keeping said secrets out of the public due to it being owned by the same corporations that spend millions of dollars buying US politics.

Manning released those documents because he saw the lies the media was being fed and had the decency to feel bad about it and try to fix it. The world needs more people like him. Secrecy is never the right way to go about things.

A great analogy would be the movie The Insider with Crowe and Pacino. Watch it and assume Crowe = Assange and his company = US.

Maybe you are naive enough to believe the US gov't has your best interest at heart. I sure as shit am not, and I hope docs like these keep being released until the people have enough and decide to take their country back and wipe all money from politics.

Jul 30 - 04:12 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Few can match The Watcher for his utter disdain for anything that displease him. Love your Black and White analysis man.

If you were actually interested "Wooden Plank" got caught cheated on Woodener Plank with the 41 year old married director of Snow White and the Huntsman.

BTW, did you see Mars Needs Mom's yet, I hear it's the pinnacle of animation post-UP lol :P

Jul 29 - 03:22 AM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

Ah, well, y'know, I figured we could all use some contrast in this gray world we live in. And wow, I assume you're talking about Mr. Sparkle? I refuse to type her name into Google (cos that info gets stored) but he's the only one who gives off less charisma than her. Well, maybe Canine Man.

At least now we know how she keeps getting work, right?

Jul 29 - 03:51 PM

Kadeem S.

Kadeem Stewart

Can't wait for next year when Despicable Me 2 comes out, but I love the minions.

Jul 27 - 05:43 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

Time and Again sounds intriguing . . . the romantic aspect might soften box office as boys are usually attracted to sci-fi (its like, Hollywood is steadily cranking-out movies on a conveyor-belt and not giving them much thought and ingenuity)///There MUST be a BLADE RUNNER II (because there are a lot of directions the characters introduced in BLADE RUNNER can take) . . . yet, with the UTTERLY ABYSMAL GARBAGE Ridley Scott gave is with Prometheus, I hope Scott sharpens his creative nails with this "interpolating" film.

Jul 27 - 06:36 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

SAGE STALLONE RULES, DUDE!!!!! GRINDHOUSE RELEASING FOREVER!!!!!

Jul 27 - 07:20 PM

preciliano Beltran

preciliano Beltran

I have to applaud the watcher for nailing all of his statements I totally agree with his comments.

Jul 27 - 06:38 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

SAGE STALLONE RULES, DUDE!!!!! GRINDHOUSE RELEASING FOREVER!!!!!

Jul 27 - 07:20 PM

Kyle Patterson

Kyle Patterson

When I read that, I lol'd

Jul 27 - 08:02 PM

Kriftonucci

Jim Ylonen

Why do the best actors start out directing the most boring movies? (The Town, Larry Crowne, The Rundown)

Jul 27 - 09:23 PM

King Crunk

King Crunk

The Town was not Affleck's first film, nor was Larry Crowne Hank's first. I never hear or read anybody screaming for Peter Berg to act more, so I am not sure how The Rundown fits into the conversation. I love The Rundown, though; one movie I actually think needs a sequel.

Jul 27 - 10:47 PM

Lars Ronin

Lars Ronin

dude ur awesome!!!

Jul 27 - 09:48 PM

King Crunk

King Crunk

The Town was not Affleck's first film, nor was Larry Crowne Hank's first. I never hear or read anybody screaming for Peter Berg to act more, so I am not sure how The Rundown fits into the conversation. I love The Rundown, though; one movie I actually think needs a sequel.

Jul 27 - 10:47 PM

King  S.

King Simba

Despicable Me was hilarious, but I think they're really overusing the Minions. They were great as side characters, but the way Universal is going at it, you'd think that's all Despicable Me was about. I mean even the DVD focused on nothing but Minions. Making of the Minions, Minion shorts, Minion audio commentary, etc. I have a feeling by the time Despicable Me 2 hits theaters, audiences will have grown tired of Minions.

Edgar Wright has yet to make a bad movie, so count me in on Collider when ever he gets around to making it.

I don't see what's the fuss over Dreamworks buying Classic Media. I mean I'm pretty sure their animated movies will be much better than most of the live action movies these characters got.

Can't say I'm interested in a movie about Wikileaks. Then again, I groaned when David Fincher decided to "waste" his time on a Facebook movie and look how that turned out. So yeah, it's basically the kind of film where reviews will be the deciding factor on me watching it.

Aside from Jumper (which had a script so muddled I'm not sure what any Director could do with it), Doug Liman has had a pretty solid resume, so I'm catiously optimistic about Time and Again.

I was planning on checking out Prometheus, but after the reactions it got, where people either seemed to love it or loathe it, I decided I'll catch it on DVD. However, even if I fall in the latter category I'll still be a fan of Ridley Scott, so I'm excited to see what he has in store next, especially with a screenwriter with such impressive credits.

Jul 27 - 11:58 PM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

Well, I think no matter what happens, the Wiki movie will most probably not be as great as Social Network, I just don't see how it could be. Fincher delivered a truly spectacular, career-defining film (again).

Liman directed Jumper? Wow, I completely forgot about that movie. Man, was it terrible.

Prometheus wasn't, like' terrible, but it's a movie with a good 1st half and a very messy and underdeveloped second. Still worth a watch, though, even if you end up feeling disappointed.

Jul 28 - 11:04 AM

Noah Abraham G.

Noah Abraham Goucher

I didn't even like the Minions in the first place! They weren't bad, but Minion in Megamind was about a million times better. Actually, the same can be said for Megamind as whole. We won't be getting a sequel to THAT of course. *Not at all bitter*

Jul 28 - 12:53 AM

Billy B.

Billy Barnett

Yeah, but i didn't like Megamind, it didn't feel like much of a Dreamworks film IMO.

Jul 28 - 06:23 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

How do you figure, it followed every single Dreamworks cliche there was. A fish out of water who society shuns finds the courage to rise above the shunning of society at which point society loves him...The End. EVERY FREAKING TIME!

Jul 28 - 10:50 AM

Billy B.

Billy Barnett

Yeah, but i didn't like Megamind, it didn't feel like much of a Dreamworks film IMO.

Jul 28 - 06:23 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

How do you figure, it followed every single Dreamworks cliche there was. A fish out of water who society shuns finds the courage to rise above the shunning of society at which point society loves him...The End. EVERY FREAKING TIME!

Jul 28 - 10:50 AM

Bram S.

Bram Sterling

A minion movie? Really?

Jul 28 - 06:24 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

again . . .films are made on conveyor belts (factories) and it feels like screenplays are utilized more as blueprints for an architecturally designed film as opposed to providing an actual storyline for a film. (screenplays today seem to be crafted to timing where there should be exposition and action)

Jul 28 - 07:53 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

hey SHERMAN HEMSLEY PASSED AWAY . . . star of The Jeffersons TV-Show . . . he also appeared in LOVE AT FIRST BITE and GHOST FEVER among other films.

Jul 28 - 08:04 AM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Gone to be with Wheezy...

Jul 28 - 01:43 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Don't forget Archie Bunker and Amen. The Sherminator was in a lot of stuff.

Jul 29 - 03:34 AM

Seph P.

Seph Packer

I actually enjoyed The Watch but I could see how people wouldn't. It did seem like everyone phoned it in though, except Vince Vaughn. I hope Aloha would have more desire.

Jul 28 - 08:22 AM

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