Afternoon Filler: Lohan as Liz Taylor, LEGO 'LoTR' Trailer, No 'MacGruber 2,' 'World War Z' Reshoots and More

Afternoon Filler: Lohan as Liz Taylor, LEGO 'LoTR' Trailer, No 'MacGruber 2,' 'World War Z' Reshoots and More

Jun 04, 2012


It's not much, but here's a new shot of Karl Urban in Dredd. Head over to Superhero Hype for a complete plot synopsis for Dredd.

The first image of Lindsay Lohan and Grant Bowler in the Lifetime biopic Liz & Dick.


MacGruber fans were stoked to hear they might be making a sequel, but unfortunately that ain't happening anytime soon. Says Will Forte, "Jorma mentioned it. He was really tired one morning giving an interview, and he said something stupid about it. Believe me, we would love... we had so much fun doing that. We're proud of it, and we jokingly talk about the sequel all the time. But I don't think anybody in their right mind would give us any money for it. If somebody gives us money for it..." [The Playlist]

Channing Tatum has confirmed reports that he'll be starring alongside Mila Kunis in the next Wachowski film, Jupiter Ascending, which he says is "going to be a crazy action" from the Matrix directors, adding, "They're going to reinvent the wheel as far as action goes, all over again." [MTV]

Most films get the gang back together (so to speak) for reshoots after production has wrapped, but we're a little iffy on the news that World War Z is apparently heading back to Budapest for 7 weeks (!) of reshoots. Starring Brad Pitt and based on the novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, the film was originally due out this December and will instead arrive next June. [Daily Mail]

Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Michael Emerson, Sally Hawkins and Peter Sarsgaard have all been cast in Woody Allen's next film, which will bring the director back home to New York. The film, which begins production later this summer, will also film in San Francisco. [Variety]

Steven Spielberg's longtime producing partner, Kathleen Kennedy, will take over the reigns at LucasFilm for George Lucas, who's stepping away from the spotlight to concentrate on more personal projects. [USA Today]



A Prometheus trailer made out of paper? Just watch ... [Movieline]

Here's a trailer for the upcoming LEGO Lord of the Rings game

Check out the English language trailer for the weird, anti-consumerism Russian sci-fi flick Branded.

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