Odds & Ends

by • February 9, 2012 • Columns, NewsComments (2)100

Odds & Ends: George Lucas, Naomi Watts, MACHETE KILLS And More

Odds & Ends: all the news we somehow missed. Hey, nobody’s perfect! Follow the links for the whole story.

George Lucas gave an interview to The Hollywood Reporter and, once again, angered his fanbase. Lucas should learn to quit talking while he’s ahead. Meaning, he should quit talking around 1983. [THR]

Jessica Chastain is no longer playing Princess Diana in CAUGHT IN FLIGHT. She is being replaced by the wonderful Naomi Watts. Does this mean Chastain now has time to hang out with me? [Deadline]

Jon Faveau is directing the pilot episode of REVOLUTION, a new NBC series from J.J. Abrams and SUPERNATURAL creator Eric Kripke. The series takes place after all of the energy on Earth mysteriously disappears. What would we do in a world without Twitter…and all that other important stuff? [/Film]

The first promo poster for Robert Rodriguez’s MACHETE KILLS is just as bloody and Trejo-y as you’d expect. [Coming Soon]

Superman himself, Henry Cavill, has landed his first post-MAN OF STEEL project. The actor will star in THE GREAT WALL, a story about the construction of China’s massive fence. The film will be directed by Edward Zwick, a.k.a the man who directed all those movies your dad loves. [Variety]

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