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Biz Break: Amanda Seyfried Will Rip Out Seth MacFarlane's Heart And We Might Get A CGI X-Man.

By Jodi Smith | Industry | February 12, 2013 |

By Jodi Smith | Industry | February 12, 2013 |

Seth MacFarlane’s Western A Million Ways To Die In The West already has Charlize Theron aboard as a love interest. Amanda Seyfried is now, depending on where you look, either in talks or already cast as love interest #2: the girlfriend that dumps MacFarlane for being a puss. I look forward to the casting of Justin Bieber or some other skinny cock wallet as the outlaw that wants to reclaim his woman.

Which X-Men character would work as motion capture/all CGI? Bryan Singer is mulling over the possibility of using the technology in Days of Future Past. We’ve seen Colossus done as only half CGI performance and I think it worked well. Hepzibah? Maybe he’s teasing us and making us think human character when Lockheed would be the high tech addition. Oh, Halle Berry’s Storm might be returning as well. Alas, her performance will not be CGI.

“Oliver Twist” is a classic story of an orphan who falls in with thieves and something happens I guess. I don’t know. I haven’t read it or been much interested in it. Just know that your attempts to shame me will fall on bored ears. Anyway, Sony thought, “What if we took Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger, aged them twenty years, and then pit them against each other with a plot to steal the Crown Jewels? MOVIE MAGIC!” So that’s happening.

“Zombieland” has cast its Wichita and her name is Maiara Walsh (Mean Girls 2).


I leave you with this poster for Red 2. Let’s make guesses about who the sassy broad is on the left! Catherine Zeta-Jones? Yes, probably her.


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Jodi Smith is a Senior Reporter, Film & Television at Pajiba. You can email her or follow her on Twitter.