September 19, 2009

Today's News: Toronto didn't produce another 'Slumdog' this year (according to Variety), The Weinsteins shuffle their holiday slate again, and more...

In the news:

Variety has an article in which they claim that no film at Toronto got a big Oscar push, and therefore is not in a position as 'Slumdog Millionaire' was last year...a debatable point.

The Weinstein Company moves around their 2009 releases again, shifting 'Youth in Revolt' to January, only giving 'Nine' a limited bow in November before coming out around Christmas, and 'A Single Man' getting a December release, among other moves.

Look for Paul Giamatti to play King John in an upcoming medieval action flick beginning production next month.

Richard Linklater's next film adds Rebecca Hall and Kat Dennings to the cast, in a road trip dramedy about a woman on a road trip during the Obama Inauguration.

Speaking of road trip movies, the next one by Todd Phillips has cast Michele Monaghan to go along with Robert Downey Jr. and Zack Galifianakis.

Finally, look for 'Tron Legacy' to come out on December 17, 2010, in 3D and available in Imax, of course.


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