Ridley Scott says it won't.
Tears! Cheesecake! Space eggs!
Plus: New screenplays from the writers of 'Brokeback Mountain.'
It's called 'Paradise.'
"[Chris is] sexy, he's got mystery, he's smart ... this kid's got everything going for him. And he went to the same school my ten-year-olds went to."
Her character died in Avatar, but she's coming back for the sequel.
Our spies have been able to glean several interesting nuggets about the project, which is set roughly 35 years before Ridley Scott's dystopic classic.
Plus: 'Lost''s Jacob to mentor a vampire.
Kevin Macdonald and Ridley Scott asking for submissions.
Directing isn't a growth industry anymore. 3D, however, is.
And Universal paid $6.7 million in script fees only to film the exact opposite of the story they'd first paid for.
David Edelstein and Logan Hill weigh in.
Now that he's successfully rehabilitated one done-to-death movie hero, which other ones should they do next?
Still just as likely to lose money.
Plus: Michael Caine Googles self.
"Do I have to show the game, with people running around on a board, with the large houses and funny top hats and that sort of thing?"
Plus: Whitney Houston's crappy singing is all her friend's fault.
Plus: Taylor Momsen basically the next Kurt Cobain.