Around the Web

April 20, 2012 at 3:03 pm | Posted in Around the Web, Entertainment, Movies, Regular Feature | 1 Comment

First off, Lionsgate announced they’ve picked a new director, Francis Lawrence.  It’s not a done deal yet because, well, the deal isn’t done.  Lawrence is the director of I am Legend and Constantine.  But that’s not the real news.  Entertainment Weekly has a piece on how Catching Fire could actually be better under Lawrence.  For one; no more shaky cam (it’s about time).

Next up: Syfy Blastr has a couple of articles worth checking out.  Terry Whitlatch Strikes Back.  Hint: Jar Jar.

Also, check out how the Halo movie got killed. 

Sadly, this week we say farewell to three legends: Dick Clark, Levon Helm (The Band, The Last Waltz) and Jonathan Frid (the original Barnabas Collins)

On a lighter note, our favorite tweet of the day from Simon Pegg.  Click the link at your own peril.

For all you spoiler hungry types, here’s an EXCLUSIVE BEHIND THE SCENES photo from the set of STAR TREK 2!!!! http://twitpic.com/9c0708

Posted by Synlah for Roqoo Depot

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