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MOVIE NEWS FOR SEPT 25: BATMAN 3, HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS AND SUPERMAN

by Dawn, September 25, 2010

BATMAN 3 Update; Christopher Nolan Working on Script Right Now

Source:Collider.com

Christopher Nolan has finally given a small update on Batman 3. While attending a press conference for Inception in Italy, the director was asked if Warner Bros. had officially greenlit the upcoming sequel and if he could provide an update on the project. The director said that his brother, Jonah Nolan, has finished a draft of the script and that he is now working on the screenplay himself. Hit the jump to read the full quote and to see Nolan talk about Batman 3 and his inspirations for Inception.

When asked about Batman 3, the director said:

“I don’t like to talk too much about things until I’m further along with them. But I’m working on the script right now. My brother Jonah has done a draft for the script and now I’m writing on it…..

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More thriller than fantasy for Harry Potter finale

Source: smh.com.au

The Harry Potter drip feed has continued with the release of the first full-length trailer from part one of the Deathly Hallows finale.

And if the clip is anything to go by, fans are in for a pretty terrifying ride.

Gone is the storybook wonder of nearly a decade ago; in its place the weight of impending doom, fracturing friendships and an epic battle.

Seasoned Potter director David Yates brings the darkness yet again, with the bad guys, led by an increasingly gregarious Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldemort, appearing to play more of a driving role.

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Pros and cons of the 5 directors rumored for Superman remake

Source: blastr.com

Plans for the big-screen Superman reboot are revving up—The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, who is overseeing the project but not shooting it himself, is now interviewing a very short list of potential directors.

According to Deadline, the filmmakers that Nolan and his wife/co-producer Emma Thomas are having meetings with include:

Tony Scott

Films: The Taking of Pelham 123, Deja Vu

Pros: Scott is a veteran director, with lots of action experience and nearly 20 features under his belt.

Cons: His ADD style of editing (the guy never lets a shot last for, like, more than two seconds) can be irritating and may not work for Superman.


Matt Reeves

Films: Cloverfield, Let Me In

Pros: In his short directorial career, Reeves has shown that he can handle both spectacle (with Cloverfield) and moody character drama (with the excellent Let Me In). He also has a great eye for truly striking visuals. Plus his last name is Reeves, c’mon!

Cons: He’s only directed three movies, and while Cloverfield was big, it’s still not as big as something like Superman.

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What do you think of today’s movie news? Are you excited for Batman 3? Who do you think should direct Superman? Do you think we need another Superman?

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