Sherlock Holmes 2 nabs its first Dragon

THR exclusively reports that Swedish star Noomi Rapace, who recently appeared in the first screen adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, has booked her first English-language role, as the female lead in Warner Bros.’s Sherlock Holmes 2. The Sherlock Holmes sequel reunites most of the team from the original hit, including Robert Downey …
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Stephen King’s It headed to the big screen

Warner Bros. has tapped Dave Kajganich – wrote penned The Invasion and Joel Schumacher’s upcoming horror Creek – to adapt Stephen King’s horror novel It, with Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Doug Davison producing, according to Variety. The original story follows the lives of seven children in a small Maine town who confront a demonic …
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Tom and Jerry coming to theaters

Warner Bros. is planning to bring Tom and Jerry to theaters to create a new family franchise, according to Variety. Plans are to bring the always-fighting cat and mouse duo to life as CG characters within in live-action settings, similar to how Scooby Doo was brought to the big screen. The film project will be …
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Gangster Squad being adapted by Warner Bros.

According to Variety, Warners’ has nabbed the rights to a seven-part series by the L.A. Times, called Tales From the Gangster Squad, and has attached Dan Lin to produce the upcoming film. The series begins coverage in 1946, in a corrupt Los Angeles where gangsters flagrantly engaged in shootouts and drive-by shootings. In response, the …
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First pic from Terminator Salvation plus a full synopsis

Release Date: May 22, 2009 Director: McG Writer: Michael Ferris, John Brancato Producers: Moritz Borman, Derek Anderson, Victor Kubicek, Jeffrey Silver Executive Producers: Peter D. Graves, Bahman Naraghi, Mario F. Kassar, Andrew G. Vajna, Joel B. Michaels, Dan Lin, Jeanne Allgood Cast: Sam Worthington, Christian Bale, Bryce Dallas Howard, Anton Yelchin, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Moon Bloodgood, …
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Warners nabs time travel project

According to Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has picked up big screen rights to Image Comics’ Hiding in Time comic. The miniseries was about a government program that uses time travel to protect witnesses. When the program is compromised, a government scientist must travel back through the greatest moments in history to help …
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