Beginning what will hopefully lead to yet another Batman crossover, Warner Bros. has reportedly started development on another chapter of their long-vacant Scooby-Doo franchise. Charles Roven and Richard Suckle, who produced the 2002 Scooby-Doo and its even more detested sequel, are returning for the new feature but, sadly, it seems Freddie Prinze Jr. will not be needing his ascot. This time, Scooby is returning to his roots for an all-animated movie, saving casting directors the impossible task of finding the next generation of Matthew Lillard. Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief and Short Circuit remake writer Matt Lieberman is attached to script, but it's not hard to see that beneath such a monstrous façade lies Old Man Corporate Greed, still trying to scare us into just completely giving up.
Because he's the hero Gotham deserves--and because Gotham deserves a hero they've never regarded as better than utterly satisfactory in anything he's ever been in--Ben Affleck has been named the Batman of the post-Bale age.... / Continue →
Warner Bros.' long-gestating Twilight Zone movie is back in development now that they've realized the cruelest twist of fate would be to actually make this thing. The studio is reportedly in talks with style-over-substance expert Joseph Kosinski--director of TRON: Legacy and mo... / Continue →
Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, unofficial curators of Time-Life's Legally-Troubled Eccentrics and Outcasts, are adding another big-name weirdo to their collection. The writers who penned such real-life oddball stories as Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Man on the M... / Continue →