• Amy Adams is joining Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg in Fighter, David O. Russell’s pugilistic drama. Amy Adams’s presence always increases a movie’s appeal by at least 75 percent.
• Dimension Films has plans to remake An American Werewolf in London. Didn’t they already send him to Paris? How about An American Werewolf in Peoria?
• Guy Pearce has joined the cast of Guillermo del Toro’s remake of the TV movie Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. Yes, they even remake things you’ve never heard of now.
• Austrians are awaiting Bruno with trepidation, as Sacha Baron Cohen plays an Austrian fashion journalist.
• New photos of Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried in the horror flick Jennifer’s Body have been released. The bloody photos are pretty freaky, but the scariest thing about this movie is its screenwriter — Juno quipmeister Diablo Cody.
• Cloverfield‘s Matt Reeves could be remaking the Swedish vampire film Let the Right One In. Because more shaky camerawork would definitely improve on the original.
from Forbes.com: Media News by Evan Hessel
Cable customers should soon see lower prices and better tech as a result of ruling. Satellite TV could feel the pain.
GLASTONBURY, England, June 29 (UPI) — Fans acclaimed British bands Madness and Blur the stars of this year’s Glastonbury music festival, observers say.
from indieWIRE News
The 2009 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market, the largest short film festival and market in North America, announced its award winners on Sunday, June 28.
from Hollywood Reporter by Etan Vlessing
Paramount Pictures’ “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” bowed on Imax with an estimated five-day gross of $14.4 million, the biggest ever for the giant screen exhibitor, on a record opening of 169 screens.
After just five days, “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” is halfway to $400 million domestically, a box-office milestone only eight other movies have reached.
“(500) Days of Summer” star Joseph Gordon-Levitt chats with Access about why he loves this film and the chemistry he has with co-star Zooey Deschanel.
“(500) Days of Summer” star Zooey Deschanel talks with Access about the buzz surrounding the film. Plus, is Zooey recording another album?
from EW.com: Movies
By Tim Stack
EW has confirmed that Dimension Films has acquired the rights to John Landis’ popular horror flick
Eight years after their memorable breakthrough in coming-of-age road movie “Y tu Mama Tambien,” Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, the two actors who became pin-ups for the resurgence in Mexican filmmaking are back together on the big screen.
from Entertainment on HuffingtonPost.com by The Huffington Post News Team
Diane Keaton may have been wearing some extra padding, but that didn’t stop the actress from getting a little roughed up on the set of her new movie, Morning Glory. Keaton, 63, injured her head while filming Monday in New York.
from /Film by firstname.lastname@example.org (slashfilm.com)
We’d recently thought that Moon director Duncan Jones would make the submarine thriller Escape From the Deep as his next feature, but now it seems like Mute, the film he’d previously likened to a Berlin Blade Runner, will be next after all.
SYDNEY, June 29 (UPI) — Comedy movie star Sasha Baron Cohen, in character as gay Austrian fashionista Bruno, said Monday that Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is “uber-cute.”
MINNEAPOLIS (AdAge.com) — With the deaths of Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett, Ed McMahon and now Billy Mays, as well as “Transformers” trouncing criticism to score big at the box office, it seems the nation’s common conversation this weekend was about pop culture. But as shown by Sunday night’s TV ratings race, few were actually watching the medium that fueled those stars: network TV.
from EW.com: TV
By Jessica Shaw
A day-to-day guide to notable programs*
from Entertainment Weekly’s Hollywood Insider by Jennifer Armstrong
The week’s two iconic celebrity deaths continued to dominate a weekend television lineup otherwise filled with typical summer reruns and burnoffs.
from Hollywood Reporter by James Hibberd
VH1 is giving two female hip-hop artists their own reality series — Sandra “Pepa” Denton of Salt n Pepa and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas from TLC.
from EW.com: Today’s Latest Headlines by Michael Ausiello
Michael Ausiello confirms exclusively the ”L&O” pair ink deals to stay on beat for TWO more years