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What’s Going On In Hollywood?


It’s September and we’re quickly approaching another “new season” of movies.

As we head into the Fall and Christmas season that means Hollywood will roll out what they’re hoping to be blockbusters. Not only do they hope for blockbusters, but they also hope the award show people will remember their movies in the New Year. We will find a number of movies with big name actors dumped onto the market really between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. The list for Christmas Day movies is looking rather impressive.

Aside from new movies set for release, there’s also never a lack of movie news to pass your way either…

An Overview Of Movie News

Fans of the Bring It On series will be happy to know a musical version is on the way. According to Variety, the musical will be staged in various areas in 2011, followed by a national tour. Bring It On: The Musical is not heading for Broadway, as of yet anyway. Kirsten Dunst starred in the original Bring It On cheerleading film in the year 2000.

Are you waiting for 2012…the film? A two-minute scene from the upcoming sci-fi flick is scheduled to air on ABC, CBS, NBC and a number of other networks between 10:50pm and 11:00pm Easter and Pacific times on October 1st. The promotion is advertised as the largest media preview ever for a motion picture. The disaster film, starring John Cusack and Amanda Peet is scheduled to hit the big screen on November 13 of this year.

Are you a Barbie fan? Guess what? Her dream job as a movie actress could come true very soon. Word is Universal Pictures have plans to make a live action film based on Barbie! I wonder if Ken will be anywhere nearby?

Variety is reporting that Nicolas Cage is expected to return for a sequel to the 2007 blockbuster Ghost Rider. The movie is a comic book adaptation of the skeletal, fiery motorcycle-riding Marvel superhero.

And last, but certainly not least…

David Cronenberg, who directed the 1986 film The Fly, plans to take the main chair in a reboot of the movie. The movie starred Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. In 1986 it was a remake of the 1959 Vincent Price classic.

Yours in movie news!
Dr. Rus

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Dr. Rus has 30+ years experience in the field of communication. He takes this experience, and his passion to encourage others to positively effect their environment, when providing insight and movie reviews.