Nymphomania Finally Gets a Movie, and More...

March 25, 2011

- Lars von Trier is going to keep making movies you never want to watch with your mom, and is "making a film about a woman's erotic birth, a woman who discovers her eroticism." It's called The Nymphomaniac, because he figured that was more marketable than Dirt in Bedsores. And that last bit wasn't a joke.

- As expected, The King's Speech director Tom Hooper will indeed continue his streak of directing the only films my mom will see in a theater over a five-year period and direct Les Misérables.

- And that gal who was probably going to be in The Dark Knight Rises? Yeah, she is.

- Morning Glory director Roger Mitchell is looking for someone to play FDR in a movie about him kissing his cousin.

- That Channing Tatum-starring Peter Pan prequel gave Disney a great idea: =their own Peter Pan prequel!

- Mila Kunis will play Theodora, youngest of the three witches, opposite James Franco in Sam Raimi's Oz, the Great and Powerful. Do I sense a witch/wizard sex friendship in the future?

- That Child's Play remake is finally getting going, now that life-sized boy dolls seem exceptionally absurd even before they're possessed by killers.

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