The Weekly Ketchup: Possible New "Terminator," "AVP 2" Update, "Iron Man" Tidbits, And More!Terminator" sequel, "Alien vs. Predator 2" gets a 'horrific' makeover, and we get an inside look at "Iron Man."
Also, an update about the "X-Men" spinoff films, and some "Dark Knight" IMAX action. Read on.
This Week's Most Popular News:
Schwarzenegger vs. Schenkenberg in "Terminator 4"?
Ladies and gentlemen, do we have a new "Terminator"?
"Alien vs. Predator 2" is a "Horror Movie"
It's been a while since we've done anything on "Alien vs. Predator 2," so let's talk about that one for a few minutes.
Lots of New "Iron Man" Stuff!
Entertainment Tonight hit the "Iron Man" set and came back with some video footage, plus we found another spy pic from the scene.
Update on the "X-Men" Spinoffs
Wondering what's up with the "Wolverine" and "Magneto" movies? So were the guys at the "X-Men" Films blog, so they got in touch with producer Tom Rothman...
Four 'Dark Knight' Sequences to Be Shot in IMAX
As if you needed one more reason to go see the "Batman Begins" sequel: Four of the scenes, including the introduction of The Joker, will be shot in the IMAX format.
More teasers on the way.
In Other News:
- Helen Mirren will star in the drama "Gaza," about a Jewish woman in the strife-torn Gaza Strip.
- Chris and Paul Weitz are planning to adapt Michael Moorcock's fantasy saga "Elric" into a possible feature film series.
- Darnell Martin will direct the period drama "Cadillac Records" for Sony BMG's film division.
- Dennis Iliadis will direct "The Last House on the Left," a remake of Wes Craven's first film, with Craven serving as producer.
- Dane Cook is in talks to star in the comedy "Bachelor No. 2," with Howard Deutch in talks to direct for Lionsgate.
- Aaron Eckhart is set to star in the drama "Traveling," marking the directorial debut of Brandon Camp.
- Random House pictures and Rogue Films has acquired Scott Sigler's thriller novel "Infested" for a feature film adaptation.
- Christophe Gans ("Silent Hill") will direct the big screen adaptation of the video game "Onimusha" for Samuel Hadida's Davis Films.
- Miramax Films has signed the team behind "Half Nelson" to adapt the Marisha Pessl novel "Special Topics in Calamity Physics" into a feature film. Ryan Fleck will serve as director with Anna Boden producing.