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Slashfilm, asked concept artist Jock if a director has been found. "There's not a director attached at the moment," says Jock. Slashfilm aslo asked Alan Grant about the film, only to find he has not been consulted about it or the "Lobo" film: a fact that has Grant more than a little miffed.

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Daemon TV (via MTV News) spoke with Executive Producer Brian Peterson about some of the upcoming stories in season nine of the show. He offers: "We bring some old favorites back in like Zatanna and Martian ManHunter. So he's in the thick of the universe that he's going to be in when he's Superman this season." Peterson also hopes for a tenth season of the program. Meanwhile, the CW has made a clip of this weeks film available on the YouTube:

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CHUD spotted a number of messages on Jason Reitman's Twitter page. Reitman is a friend of director Edgar Wright and a director himself. "SP does what everyone our age has been dreaming about: achieves the first all encompassing film of the joystick generation," says Reitman of the portion he has seen. Meanwhile, at Wright's blog, a shot of Lucas Lee movie posters is available.

Starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, release date: 2010


Correction time! Over at Ain't It Cool News, Harry Knowles has amended his earlier statements about the project. Shane Black is writing the script, but uberteam Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci are not involved with the project. According to Black's manager, "it turns out that DOC SAVAGE is being produced by Neal Moritz and Ori Marmur for Sony Pictures," says Knowles.

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Slashfilm has a cast breakdown for the film. Conan is described as "20s to early 30s, Caucasian, powerfully built, broad-shouldered, sun browned skin lined with scars. Piercing blue eyes and square-cut black mane, tall. He is a savage killer that has matured into the refinement his father tried to teach him when he was young." Thar be spoilers ahead as the breakdowns describe the principal cast, and most of the speaking parts, in great detail.

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According to Variety, Spice Factory and Persistent Entertainment are working an adpation of the graphic novel. Variety describes the project as "a thriller set in an alternate London beset by the bubonic plague."

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I saw David Cronenberg's "The Brood" for the first time last year. It's a very moody, ambivalent work. Focused on a husband trying to retrieve his wife from an experimental psychological treatment which allows her to make all her pain, jealousy, and other emotional baggage manifest as evil little children while protecting his naturally born daughter. The movie is downright silly whenever one of these painchildren appears on screen to do some something "scary," but the desolation of a Toronto winter in the late 1970s and the main character's own attempts to come to grips with what his wife is capable of make the film work despite any silliness. This is a Cronenberg film, so thar be intestines. Meanwhile, if any of you in the great, wide Internet discover something awesome, disheartening, or just plain weird, let us know! Take credit, come up with a clever nickname, or go anonymous. The choice is yours. Fresh rumors and movie news every weekday morning. I am Erik Amaya bracing for the future threat of psychoplasmics.

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