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New trailer, casting news for Toy Story 3!
The new trailer has debuted for the third installment in Disney/Pixar’s beloved Toy Story franchise, featuring Woody, Buzz and the gang. In the 3-D movie, Andy is all grown up and about to go to college, leaving the fate of his toy friends in question.
It feels sad that Andy is leaving them behind, but lol when Buzz started talking in spanish. I love to see those hilarious toys again! Will you be watching Toy Story 3? What did you think of the new trailer?
Rumor: Venom film may have to wait for Matt Helm
Gary Ross, the Pleasantville writer/director who was rumored to direct a new Venom movie, is now rumored to be the guy who will reboot the swinging-’60s spy franchise Matt Helm.
That would mean Venom would have to wait, The PlayList reported:
But a source close to the project tells us a new director has his hands on the project—none other than Gary Ross, writer-director of “Pleasantville” and “Seabiscuit,” who was recently attached to writing and potentially directing the Sony “Spider-Man” spin-off “Venom” (he had something to do with the “Spider-Man 4” script, too). But this source notes, “Venom” is a ways off and will have to wait, “Matt Helm,” is coming first and is being scheduled to shoot in the summer of 2010 if all goes according to plan.
Well, what do you think, will Venom fans ever see him on the big screen?
Roland Emmerich still game for Stargate sequel film?
Given the complex mythology built up around Stargate SG-1, Atlantis and now Stargate Universe, it’s easy to forget that the whole thing started in 1994 with director Roland Emmerich’s movie, starring Kurt Russell as Jack O’Neill and James Spader as Daniel Jackson.
In the years since, Devlin has told us that he still wants to produce the two sequels he and Emmerich always envisioned, and Emmerich told us over the weekend that he’s also game, though that means overcoming some rights issues and his natural aversion to doing sequels.
“Whew, it’s a tough one,” Emmerich told us in an exclusive interview in Jackson Hole, Wyo. “I mean, I constantly keep talking about it with Dean, too. I mean, we also keep talking about an Independence Day sequel, but it’s just, like, such a … tough thing to do in these days.”
What do you think, a sequel or no sequel? Are you a Stargate fan? Give OBS you opinions!