Saturday, July 10, 2010

Movie News Today

Work is dwindling for screenwriters, which is great news for the 12 billion humans who are currently trying to break into the screenwriting business.

One website has decided to rank the Top 50 soundtracks of all time. Good luck getting through the entire list.

Reviews (like this one from Movieline) are in for "Despicable Me" and they are extremely (and surprisingly) positive.

Christopher Nolan says he would love to direct a Bond film. Please, please PLEASE let this happen.

Movieline gives us a list of the biggest Emmy snubs. "Justified" and "Sons of Anarchy" might be the best shows on TV so, yeah, there were some snubs there.

As if he didn't have enough projects in the works, Ridley Scott is in discussions to pick up yet another high value property.

I still know nothing about this project but if it's good enough for Gary Oldman and Ralph Fiennes, it's good enough for me.

A bunch of no-name, British actors have been lined up for "X-Men: First Class."

Christopher Columbus is apparently Warner Brother's first choice to direct the new "Superman" reboot. Yikes. 

The Jack Ryan reboot (starring "Star Trek's" Chris Pine) is going to start filming sooner than later.

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