Whoh! Another C2F weekend with more tiny bytes of news and rumors from the poppy fields of the internet!
IESB.net caught up with actor Josh Brolin at the press day for the new film 'Milk' and asked him about recent casting buzz that he's set to play the lead role in 'Jonah Hex'.
Brolin told them nothing has been finalized and he's still debating taking the role.
You can add Beyonce to the long list of actresses who have mentioned in an interview that they'd like to play 'Wonder Woman' in a movie.
The singer/actress told L.A. Times Hero Complex blog: "I want to do a superhero movie and what would be better than Wonder Woman? It would be great. And it would be a very bold choice. A black Wonder Woman would be a powerful thing. It's time for that, right?"
Apparently she's met with DC Comics and Warner Bros. to express her interest in the project, which she would see as a departure from her recent string of more dramatic roles.
"After doing these roles that were so emotional I was thinking to myself, 'OK, I need to be a superhero,'" Beyoncé told Hero Complex. "Although, when you think about the psychology of the heroes in the films these days, they are still a lot of work, of course, and emotional. But there's also an action element that I would enjoy."
Comics, Star Wars and Peanuts artist Matt Busch is getting behind the camera again. Busch has produced several art videos and, a few years back, directed his low-budget feature film 'Conjure'.
Now he's apparently returning to the more familiar territory with a documentary about his "Rock Star Artist" life called 'Illustration Nation'.
The movie promises "an intimate look behind-the-scenes at MATT BUSCH's 2007 Planetmatt World Tour. From George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch, through the heart of Hollywood, to the fantastical streets of Tokyo, experience an uncensored look at fandom and the pop culture industry that drives it.
This pulse-pounding documentary features rare cameos ranging from ANTHONY DANIELS (STAR WARS) to GENE SIMMONS (KISS, Family Jewels) to adult film legend SEKA. Hop in. This is one ride you don't wanna miss!"
Busch is hosting a premiere screening on November 20th at the Main Art Movie Theater in Royal Oak, Michigan at 7pm.
He's also posted a trailer on MySpace:
World's Finest DVD Report takes a look at the bare-bones release of 'Hellboy II'.
"The single-disc release is a good alternative for those interested in just the movie, and not the bonus features. It's an regular release for the movie, but those wanting to see more of the film's production are better off picking up the three-disc or Blu-ray release."