Tuesday December 4, 2012 11:22 pm
Cinecast: Brittany Murphy’s Final Film Finished, Anne Cries Over Catwoman
Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: Warner Bros, Action, Adaptation, Biopics, Drama, Science Fiction, Sequels, Comedy, Thrillers, Casting, Celeb News, Celebrity Gossip, Distribution, Scripts, Upcoming Releases
+ Three years following Brittany Murphy's death, the actress' final film, Something Wicked, is complete. An independent thriller directed by Darin Scott, the movie currently seeks a distributor.
+ When asked whether or not she would bring Catwoman back to the big screen, Anne Hathaway was ecstatic about the thought. She also cried at a press conference over talking about the idea of saying goodbye to the catsuit.
+ Judd Apatow becomes the third guest editor for Vanity Fair - appropriately for their first Comedy Issue. The three covers for the magazine - which comes out in December - feature a number of Apatow's regular actors, including his wife Leslie Mann, Paul Rudd, Kristin Wiig, and Will Ferrell.
+ Matt Damon has confirmed that he has been cast in George Clooney's latest directorial effort, The Monuments of Men.
+ Seth MacFarlane reveals that his follow-up live-action film project to Ted will be a Western, titled A Million Ways to Die in the West. MacFarlane wrote the script with his Ted collaborators Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild and is planning to star in and direct the film.
+ When asked about appearing in the upcoming Star Wars films, Ewan McGregor says that he would be happy to be part of the franchise again.
+ The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, jOBS, will premiere at Sundance on January 27.
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