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For some stupid effing reason, New Line is remaking Police Academy, and as if to make the threat even more real, they've hired a director, Scott Zebielski, whose experience includes directing a bunch of "Tosh 2.0" episodes. (Deadline)
Jim Carrey's career is in the sh*tter these days, so no time like the present to return to Bruce Almighty. Despite the fact that Evan Almighty was one of the costliest duds in film history, Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel have been hired to pen a direct sequel to Carrey's film with Carrey in the starring role. (Variety)
Joel and Ethan Coen have tapped the Garret Hedlund (Country Strong, TRON: Legacy) to headline their new pic, Inside Llewellyn Davis, which is based on the memoir by folk singer Dave van Ronk. Good choice: Hedlund hasn't been in anything good yet, but I like him. He has a lot of potential in the right role. (Variety)
There has been much talk lately of both a Bridesmaids and a Horrible Bosses sequel, and while writers have been hired to pen the Bosses sequel, and while that one may actually get off the ground, I wouldn't expect one for Bridesmaids. Kristen Wiig has declined to participate, and Melissa McCarthy has stated that she will not be in it if Wiig isn't. So, the worst one could reasonably expect is a straight-to-DVD sequel starring Ellie Kemper. (Hitfix)
Speaking of The Bourne Legacy, here is the first movie poster for the film. It's not exactly The Dark Knight Rises movie poster.
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