A few odds and ends for some upcoming sequels ...
Bill & Ted 3: Yup, this is now officially an upcoming sequel. Well maybe not officially ... yet, since the film still needs to be greenlit, but according to both Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter -- who once played the bodacious time-traveling duo -- a script is done and they think it's, like, totally rad. "Yeah, we have a script. We're trying to put it together. It's a good script too," Reeves told The Independent. Meanwhile, Winter Tweeted, "Script done? Check. We love it? Check. Green light? Working on it!" [Coming Soon]
Salt 2: In case you're trying to keep tabs on a follow-up to the Angelina Jolie action film Salt, the A-list actress has apparently turned down the latest draft of the sequel's script by Kurt Wimmer. She would not sign off on it, forcing Wimmer to go back to the drawing board and figure out a way to entice Jolie back to the role of Evelyn Salt. Jolie doesn't do many live-action sequels -- and her plate is always full -- so Wimmer will have to wow her in order to make this happen. Do you even want to see a Salt 2? [Moviehole]
Iron Man 3: For all we know Iron Man 3 will follow along with the first two installments and just refer to itself as Iron Man 3, though according to ComicBook.com the "working title" for the film is Caged Heat. According to them, that's the title the production is using down in Wilmington, North Carolina, where the film is preparing to shoot. Don't expect something like Iron Man: Caged Heat when this sucker hits theaters in 2013, though. This particular title is just being used to not-so-subtly hide the film's identity so public interest doesn't get out of hand. Whether or not it references the film itself, we don't know, though the words "Caged Heat" could certainly apply themselves to Tony Stark and that little light he has on his chest.