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Latino Review has a script review of the Robert Rodriguez/Rose McGowan collaboration.


According to IESB, actor Johnny Depp will play Tonto in a new big screen adaptation of the property.


A fan uploaded set photos to his Flickr account including shots of one amazing car for McLovin, er, The Red Mist. The official site has gone online as well.


Kryptonsite has screen captures from the promo for next week's episode "Toxic."


Director DJ Caruso told FirstShowing.net how things are proceeding on the Vertigo adaptation. "I turned in the script last week, about five days ago," Caruso said. "I actually have the notes. It got turned into New Line. Things have changed. I don't know if you know, but New Line barely exists anymore. So now, New Line is going to work on it and Warner Brothers wants to make the movie. They obviously are excited that Shia is interested in making the movie, being Yorick Brown and all that stuff. But, it's my job to get the script right first. Then once we get the script right, which we're getting close, then it could potentially be the next movie. Warner Brothers is light on movies for 2010. They're pushing hard to get it going, but we gotta get the script right and we're getting close. If you know the series at all, there's a lot to choose from, but it's also -- you want to make a movie that stands alone. But I keep telling them I can't fit it all into one movie. God wiling, if it's successful enough, there has to be another movie, but we're working really hard and I would like to get that movie going."


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