Saturday, January 30, 2010


In a recent interview "Star Trek" writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have spilled some details about the sequel, which they are currently working on. They argue that now that last years smash hit has set up the characters, our favourite crew members will have to deal with a very nasty and challenging villain next time. Here's what Kurtzman has said:
I think our idea on this is that the first of any series is about them coming together or the formation. Whereas I think sequels are very much about the villain. Because while in the first one the villain serves to bring the crew together, the second one I think has to be a true challenging of what that family is about. That is why "Wrath of Khan" was so amazing. Khan tested each one of them and ultimately asked for the ultimately sacrifice, and that is why that movie held up so well.
So, I guess we can expect some major trouble in space when "Star Trek 2" appears in two years time.


You all know how the evolutionary changes will makes us all bald one day, right? Some of us are ahead of our time already :) but how would our favourite movie stars look a bit hairless? has the answer. Check out their pictures. Justin, Brad, Ben, George, Jude, Matthew, Russell ... I must admit they look even better when you can see stars reflecting above their foreheads :) And the last one, Hilary Clinton, well that's just natural ugliness with or without hair. Why? It comes from within.

Friday, January 29, 2010


This week has been very boring with news, so I decided to thrill and scare you a bit with a new horror flick :) Directed by Jesse Holland, upcoming horror thriller "Yellowbrick Road" has a very intriguing plot I must admit:

One Morning in New England, 1940, the entire population of Friar New Hampshire - 572 people - walked together up a winding mountain trail and into the wilderness. They left behind their clothes, their money, all of their essentials. Even their dogs were abandoned, tied to posts and left to starve. No one knows why. A search party dispatched by the U.S. Army eventually discovered the remains of nearly 300 of Friar's evacuees. Many had frozen to death. Others were cruelly and mysteriously slaughtered. The bodies of the remaining citizens are still unaccounted for. Over the years, a quiet cover-up operation managed to weave the story of Friar into the stuff of legends and backwoods fairy tales. The town has slowly repopulated, but the vast wilderness is mostly untracked, with the northern-most stretches off limits to local hunters and loggers. In 2008, the coordinates for the "Yellowbrickroad" trail were declassified. The first official expedition into a dark and twisted wilderness will attempt to solve the mystery of the lost citizens of Friar...and reach the end of the trail.

Thursday, January 28, 2010


Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has recently given an interview revealing the piece of information many comic and sf fans have been waiting to hear for many years now. He explained which super heroes will form the main body of the highly-anticipated "The Avengers". According to him the movie will gather Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk and Nick Fury together in one super powerful team:
My concern is that when we launch a franchise, whichever character's franchise that may be, it should stand on its own two feet. So by the time "The Avengers" comes in 2012, it's not just a team superhero movie with a bunch of characters with powers. It's three people - four including the Hulk, five including Nick Fury - who you've seen before in other movies, coming together for the very first time.

"The Avengers" are set to be released on May 4, 2012, following "Iron Man2", "Thor" and "The First Avenger: Captain America".

Wednesday, January 27, 2010


It seems that Keanu Reeves, who's gone missing from Hollywood's A-league after "Matrix", has find himself an interesting new role. According to "MovieWeb" Italian director Gabriele Muccino will direct a sci-fi romance "Passengers" with Keanu Reeves as the main star in a love story set on a space ship.
The mid- budget "Passengers", which will start shooting this summer, is set in the future on a spacecraft making a centuries-long interstellar voyage to a new planet. Due to a computer glitch, a single passenger (Keanu Reeves) awakens from cryogenic sleep 90 years before anyone else. Faced with the prospect of growing old and dying alone, he, in turn, awakens a beautiful woman. The director said that the main female role will be given to a "lesser-known" talent.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


That Sam Worthington really is the luckiest guy in Hollywood. It seems he scores roles only in blockbusters with an eight zero budget. According to fresh gossips Universal and director Alex Proyas are planning a new horror epic "Dracula: Year Zero" and have invited Sam Worthington ("Avatar" and "Clash of the Titans") to take the lead role.
With the budget approximated around $100 million, "Dracula: Year Zero" will tell the story of the origins of Vlad the Impaler, the Romanian count who terrorized his country, and inspired Bram Stoker's vampire tale.
I'm a bit confused, because we recently had some news about Brad Pitt producing "Vlad" with the same story written by Charlie Hunnam.

Monday, January 25, 2010


Oh, lord has someone given them water after midnight??? The Gremlins are alive and ready to come back again onto the big screens. According to the first gossips the remake of Joe Dante's 80's blockbuster "Gremlins" is in the works and will be stereoscopic 3D.
As you probably remember from your childhoods the original film centers on miniature green monsters who tear through the small town of Kingston Falls. Hilarious mayhem and destruction ensue as a mild-mannered bank teller releases these hideous loonies after gaining a new pet and violating two of three simple rules: No water (violated), no food after midnight (violated), and no bright light.
Well, I guess this was expected after the announced remakes of almost all other 80's hits from "Mad Max", "Dune", "Conan", "Ghostbusters", "Karate Kid" and "Overboard" to "Romancing the Stone" and "The Goonies". At least it would be nice to see that cute little Gizmo again :)


"Yahoo Movies" has just published first two, very lovely, posters (click on them to view them full sized) from fantasy adventure "The Last Airbender", possibly one of the biggest blockbusters awaiting us this summer. Released on July 2 and directed by M. Night Shyamalan "The Last Airbender" follows the Fire Nation which is waging a ruthless, oppressive war against the other three nations. The film's hero, the reluctant young Aang (Noah Ringer), is the "Last Airbender" - the Avatar who, according to prophecy, has the ability to manipulate all of the elements and bring all the nations together. Aided by a protective teenage Waterbender named Katara (Nicola Peltz) and her bull-headed brother Sokka, Aang proceeds on a perilous journey to restore balance to their war-torn world.
Jackson Rathbone plays Katara's brother Sokka, and the most popular cast member Dev Patel ("Slumdog Millionaire") plays Prince Zuko, prince of the Fire Nation. Aasif Mandvi is set to play the role of Commander Zhao, an ambitious and hot-tempered Fire Nation commander. Shaun Toub is cast as Uncle Iroh, the retired Fire Nation general and devoted surrogate parent to Dev Patel's character Zuko. Cliff Curtis is set to play the ruthless ruler Fire Lord Ozai. Keong Sim has been cast in the role of Earthbending Father.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


So the long awaited historical series "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" has premiered this weekend. Did you watch it? Did you like it? I hear it's a total gore fest, and should be called "Blood and Sex" :), instead. But it's visually really stunning and promises a lot of fun in front of TV.

Betrayed by the Romans. Forced into slavery. Reborn as a Gladiator. The classic tale of the Republic’s most infamous rebel comes alive in the graphic and visceral new series, "Spartacus: Blood and Sand". Torn from his homeland and the woman he loves, Spartacus is condemned to the brutal world of the arena where blood and death are primetime entertainment. But not all battles are fought upon the sands. Treachery, corruption, and the allure of sensual pleasures will constantly test Spartacus. To survive, he must become more than a man. More than a gladiator. He must become a legend.
Starring Australian actor, Andy Whitfield (McLeod's Daughters) as Spartacus, Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess) as Lucretia, John Hannah (The Mummy, Four Weddings and A Funeral) as Batiatus and Craig Parker (Lord of the Rings, Legend of the Seeker), this unique mix of live action, graphic novel effects and brutal battle sequences is set to make "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" an epic television event.


Here's a movie for a boring Sunday with more than adorable cast. Coming out later this year "The Good Guy" is a nice little drama starring gorgeous Alexis Bledel, ultra charming Bryan Greenberg and Scott Porter. Here's the plot:
Some guys seem to have it all: good looks, easy charm, and easy money. Tommy Fielding is one of those guys. Riding a streak of good fortune and a budding romance that could finally be the real thing, the rising young star on Wall Street chooses to spread the wealth, taking his seemingly hapless co-worker Daniel under his wing. But in teaching Daniel the ways of money and seduction, Tommy could become the unwitting agent of his own downfall. As the pressure builds for Tommy at work and in his new relationship, "The Good Guy" gives a true insider view of the culture of Wall Street and explores what it means to be 'good' in that world. The answer might surprise you.

Saturday, January 23, 2010


Since remakes are so popular these days in Hollywood, why not do a reboot of a movie that had its last remake just few years ago? :) According to "Movie Web" Fox is planning to give a new life to the "Planet of the Apes" franchise. Apparently, Scott Frank, who was set to write and direct the film, had left the project when the studio wanted the film to go in another direction and now Fox has hired Jamie Moss to rewrite Frank's script while Peter Chernin will produce the film. The reboot will get its director very soon as well.
Well, I'm not against this, although I didn't like the last version which, thanks to Tim Burton, didn't have any essence, depth and direction, I do like those big sf epics which could look good with today's new CGI technology.


Hollywood Spy has been honored again. Last week, our dear lady Avalon from Robin Hood, Narnia, Nativity Actors and Period films blog, has organized an award ceremony, and I had an almost "avatarish" success taking home three awards. The most interesting one was HUMANE award, and here's how Avalon has explained her reasons to bestow this honor upon me: I gave this award to Dezmond because he is very compassionate and kind toward animals and all living things.
Off course this doesn't mean that she thinks that Hollywood represents a more glamorous kind of animal kingdom :) If you scroll down to the bottom of this page you shall see some of the causes that HOLLYWOOD SPY supports and fights for. I send my thanks to Avalon for giving me this very kind award.

Friday, January 22, 2010


I know most of you aren't into "Percy Jackson and the Olympians: Lightning Thief" coming out next month, but I've just got these four great new posters, revealing the interesting part of the movie - the gods themselves :) If you click on these two pics, you will see the posters for Zeus played by Sean Bean, Medusa played by Uma Thurman, Poseidon played by amazing Kevin McKidd and Persephone played by Rosario Dawson.


Here's one post just for the fans of "Star Trek" :) Tomorrow's episode of the popular fantasy show "Legend of the Seeker" brings the long awaited appearance of Star Trek's Vulcan T'Pol Jolene Blalock. She will portray a mysterious Sister of the Dark who faces the Seeker in the Palace of the Prophets, reveals a shocking secret and forms a dark alliance with him. You can check out the teaser trailer for tomorrow's episode and see the amazing costumes worn by the new female characters.


I don't know why is Hollywood so obsessed with angels and demons these days, but it seems Josh Duhamel and Samuel L. Jackson might make some feathers fly all around in "Sympathy for the Devil". Helmed by Boaz Yakin the movie has a very strange synopsis:
Caught in the no-man's land between Saturday night sin and Sunday morning redemption, Louisiana lawman Harlan Stark (Josh Duhamel) finds that his intervention into a spectacular crime -the bold attempt to assassinate a charismatic preacher -soon escalates into a cosmic confrontation between Heaven and Hell, where angels are warriors as dangerous as demons. Harlan and his loyal partner Jesse (Samuel L. Jackson)stand at the fulcrum between vengeful good and devious evil, with neither side showing anything like mercy. Harlan must find the courage to break the cycle, and reject fanatical revenge, yet he too finds himself transformed. Outrageous, violent and subversive, this new adventure in horror from the director of "Remember the Titans" is sure to get controversial when all hell breaks loose in New Orleans and the sacred becomes as deadly as the profane.


Last week we informed you that the upcoming remake of famous "Conan" had two young actors competing for the tittle role, but now it seems Jason Momoa ("Stargate Atlantis", "Baywatch") has signed on to play the glorious barbarian in the epic adventure.The studio was choosing between him and Kellan Lutz, but apparently Momoa got the support of director Marcus Nispel by filming a few scenes wielding a giant sword. It also seems that Mickey Rourke could possibly play Conan's father, Codril. An offer has been sent to Rourke, but it still isn't clear if he will accept it or not.
The movie will start production on March 15th in Bulgaria.

Thursday, January 21, 2010


According to "Variety" Frank Darabont has wrote the adaptation and will direct the drama pilot "The Walking Dead" for AMC. The project is based on the popular graphic novel, created by Robert Kirkman, that follows survivors of a zombie apocalypse. Led by a police officer this band of survivors travels the country in search of a safe home.
Although we've seen such zombie stories in movies, it could be interesting watching a prolonged postapocalyptic adventures in a TV show.


As "MovieWeb" reports Sony Pictures has just bought the movie rights to a series of popular sci-fi novels from Jeff Somers. They've already hired Trevor Sands to write the adaptation of the first book called "The Electric Church". The current name being used for this project is "The Avery Cates Project" based on the name of the book's main character.
Jeff Somers has finished three books in the series so far. They are all set in a near future where Earth is run by a federation of nations and governed by a council. Avery Cates character is a bodyguard-assassin who is told by the governing police force to kill the founder of a church that converts people by transplanting their brains into pliant robotic bodies.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


MTV Movie Blog has just revealed a stunning new banner from "Tron Legacy", highly anticipated sf film coming to cinemas this December.
"Tron Legacy" is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that's unlike anything ever captured on the big screen. Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the tech-savvy 27-year-old son of Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), looks into his father's disappearance and finds himself pulled into the same world of fierce programs and gladiatorial games where his father has been living for 25 years. Along with Kevin's loyal confidant (Olivia Wilde), father and son embark on a life-and-death journey across a visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous.


Two months before its premiere, we have some charming new pics from Tim Burton's highly anticipated "Alice in Wonderland". If you click on the image bellow you can take a look at a new gallery of character images from the film, especially of the positively adorable Cheshire Cat. Starring Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Michael Sheen, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Alan Rickman, Stephen Fry, Crispin Glover, Christopher Lee ... the film will be released in theaters on March 5.


According to "Variety" British director Andrea Arnold ("Fish Tank", Oscar-winning short-film-maker, the star of the Cannes film festival) has signed a deal to direct a new adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights". The adaptation of the favourite female novel of all times has had a lot of problems so far. Both Peter Weber and John Maybury have left the helm of this movie last year. Natalie Portman, Abbie Cornish and Gemma Arterton were all attached at one point to play the female lead, while young Ed Westwick might play Heathcliff. With Andrea Arnold on board, the project will probably start production this spring. The film is said to emphasize the youthful, teen aspect of the main characters in the original source material.
As you know, "Jane Eire" will also get adapted onto the big screen with Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska in the main roles.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Our poll in which we were choosing YOUR MOST ANTICIPATED BLOCKBUSTER OF 2010 has just finished and the results are very interesting. The movie you want to see most this year is the upcoming epic CLASH OF THE TITANS with 22% of your votes, followed by this week's release LEGION with 18% of the votes, PRINCE OF PERSIA: SANDS OF TIME with 17% and THE LAST AIRBENDER with 15% of your votes. It seems you are not into Russell Crowe since only 2% of you want to see his ROBIN HOOD.

But let us turn to our new poll which starts immediately: we are choosing THE BIGGEST STAR OF 2009. Who was the biggest, the most popular, the most successful, who was under the spotlight all the time? I thought about this for a long time and decided that four nominees should be the two music stars and two movie stars who ruled 2009.
LADY GAGA who managed to freshen up the stale waters of world music scene with her stunning, creative and catchy hits "Just Dance", "Poker Face", "Paparazzi", "Love Game" and the sensational "Bad Romance", and she also proved that you are pretty as you are, not as what world wants you to be.
BEYONCE, the r'n'b diva, queen of charts, who conquered the world last year with her smash hits "Single Ladies", "Halo", Sweet Dreams", "Brokenhearted Girl" and with her ultra successful world wide tour.
SAM WORTHINGTON who not only starred in two of the last year's biggest cinema hits "Terminator Salvation" and "Avatar" but also got a role in this year's "CLASH OF THE TITANS" and is considered the main candidate in pretty much all the casting deals for the biggest upcoming blockbusters.
JAMES CAMERON who mesmerized and hypnotized all the world with his "Avatar" creating something that is looking to become the most profitable movie of all times.


While he is currently putting the final touches on his upcoming twisted version of "Alice in Wonderland" which will hit theaters on March 5th, it seems Tim Burton has already found his next film. "Ain't It Cool News" reports that Burton could be directing a tale about that charming "Sleeping Beauty" villain Maleficent. The movie will be called "Maleficent" because Tim is going to tell the classic story from her point of view. Ugh, so what else is (not) new in Tinseltown??? Although we all like his visual style, it seems Burton might get stuck in his unique vision and people might start suspecting that he can't make a film without Johnnie Depp or his wify Helena Bonham Carter since "Maleficent" seems to be a vehicle for another of their cooperations.

Monday, January 18, 2010


OK, so you all know who were the winners and the losers at last night's Golden Globes, yes? So let's spice things up with a much more interesting topic - who were the fashion winners and losers? If you click on these pics you will see HOLLYWOOD SPY's official lists of best and worst dressed celebs at Golden Globes 2010.

Without any doubt the best looking lady of the evening was the best comedy actress Toni Collette, who turned from duckling into swan in her stunning Elie Saab (my favourite designer) golden dress. Then comes Drew Barrymore who was looking better than ever in her sensational Versace beaded gown. Kate Winslet oozed elegance as always, Fergie and Sigourney wore some lovely colours, although Fergie would have looked better with a better hairdo, Felicity Huffman had an amazing dress while Christina Hendricks managed to emphasize her seductive curves in the most flattering way. Lauren Graham's gown matched perfectly with her porcelain tan, while British rose Leona Lewis looked like a flower in her lilac dress. Mariah Carey has managed to squeeze her stunning body in that tight little number which took both her and our breath away.

The freak of the evening was Julia Roberts looking like she dressed up for beach, but she never had any style to start with. Nicole Kidman didn't shine with the bad make-up and horrible dress, while Chloe Sevigny looked like she was swallowed up by ginormous ruffles. Cameron Diaz and Diane Kruger wore items which cannot be defined nor described.
And who were the best looking gentlemen of the evening. Young Chase Crawford looking dashing in his modern suit and Scottish hunk Gerard Butler looking handsome in his classic outfit. So what did you think, who were your fashion favourites? Fell in love with anyone's dress or suit? Got nightmares from anyone's freakish appearance?

Saturday, January 16, 2010


We've mentioned Sean Bean's upcoming historical movie "Black Death" some time ago, and now we have an update: the movie is officially out in Great Britain in February this year, and thanks to "Beyond Hollywood" we also have the first pictures from the movie.
Directed by Christopher Smith the movie is set in medieval England which has fallen under the shadow of the Black Death. In this apocalyptic world, filled with fear and superstition, a young monk called Osmund is charged with leading a fearsome knight, Ulric (Sean Bean) and his group of mercenaries to a remote marsh. Their quest is to hunt down a necromancer – someone able to bring the dead back to life. Torn between his love of God and the love of a young woman, Osmund discovers the necromancer, a mysterious beauty called Langiva. After Langiva reveals her Satanic identity and offers Osmund his heart’s desire, the horror of his real journey begins.


Ladies and gentleman, welcome to the glamorous HOLLYWOOD SPY AWARDS 2009 ceremony. As announced, I've decided to give some praise to the people who have been the most faithful supporters of this blog. Each of them gets a tittle as an award. Since all the stars and the press have gathered in the auditorium, let's start with our ceremony:

BEST CYBER FAN award goes to my dear friend Marko Belsak. He's too lazy to open his own blog, so he uses my headquarters for spreading his cinematic propaganda, and I'm not complaining :) As my dearest cyber supporter and a great friend, he's been following my spy work for many years now throughout the Net. I've said many times that I'd like him for my attorney if I ever ended up in court. I honour his wisdom, loyalty and resourcefulness.

CYBER SAMURAI award goes to Jaccsy from BUZZES CAFE and MOVIE CAFE, Hollywood Spy's ambassador for Asia and southern hemisphere, a brave blogging samurai who sails the movie oceans connecting East and West in the darkness of cinema.

QUEEN OF ROMANCE awards goes to lady Avalon of ROBIN HOOD, NARNIA, NATIVE ACTORS AND PERIOD FILMS blog. Surrounding us with mists of ancient past she often brings up profound social topics in her blog demonstrating her sensibility, understanding and tenderness. Her people should be proud of her.

BLOGGING LADY 2009 award goes to my dear Michele from THE SOUTHERN CITY MYSTERIES blog. As a TV producer and a writer she possesses amazing organizing skills, but although she's a kind of lady you would like as a chief of your presidential cabinet, she still remains a southern belle from the 21st century.

MAN OF INTEGRITY award goes to TheAnswerMVP2001 from COMMON SENSE MOVIE REVIEWS blog. Deeply opinionated, wise and firm he is respected by the blogging society although he's not afraid to admit he has hots for older ladies and S Club 7 :) I like to talk music with him, it's a thing of our own.

THE WITTY CHARMER award goes to our dear Ryan aka Univarn from A LIFE IN EQUINOX blog. Although our favourite movie lists are different like elves and orks, although nobody can grasp the tittle of his blog (I suspect he can't either), although his life long goal is to conquer the planet and put pandas as his minions, although he shows mild signs of schizophrenia (when he talks to himself), I still love him very much convinced that his charms would melt even the heart of late Charlton Heston.

Now, off you go home, and check your mailboxes . I've sent you bills to pay for this honour I've just bestowed upon you all. We can negotiate the payment rates :)

Friday, January 15, 2010


"The Hollywood Reporter" has just talked with HBO's programming chief Michael Lombardo about one of our most anticipated fantasy series "Game of Thrones". It seems the project has very strong chances for a series pickup. HBO has spent around $10 million on the pilot to bring castle Winterfell to life. Here's what Lombardo said about the adaptation of George R. R. Martin's famous novel saga:
Everything looks fantastic. The director got great performances. Unlike a lot of projects like this, everything was shot on location. It has such a rich texture that it looks more expensive than it actually was. The fantasy is so incidental, it has a very adult tone. You forget it's fantasy while you're watching it, and that's what I love about it. The pilot will employ some CGI, for backgrounds, the story's "direwolves" (a mixture of real animals and CGI) and dragon eggs. Also, like in the books, each family in the story will have its own color pallet for clothing and armor. If all goes well "Game of Thrones" will be on HBO in spring 2011 -March or April. Executives are sitting on pins and needles waiting for a rough cut in two weeks.

I can't wait for this to finally happen, although it seems we shall wait for quite a long time before it actually appears on TV. As you know, the "Game of Thrones" will star Sean Bean, Lena Headey, Jason Momoa and other actors in the most amazing cast. You can check out all the cast members' pics and the plot of the series in one of our previous posts.


"Percy Jackson and the Olympians: the Lightning Thief" is out February 12th, and we have the latest character posters promoting the upcoming fantasy adventure.
Starring Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean, Uma Thurman, Kevin McKidd and young Logan Lerman the movie is set in the 21st century, but the gods of Mount Olympus and assorted monsters have walked out of the pages of high school student Percy Jackson's Greek mythology texts and into his life. And they're not happy: Zeus' lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime suspect. Even more troubling is the sudden disappearance of Percy's mother. As Percy adapts to his newly discovered status as a demi-god (his father is Poseidon), he finds himself caught between the battling titans of Mt. Olympus. He and his friends embark on a cross-country adventure to catch the true lightning thief, save Percy's mom, and unravel a mystery more powerful than the gods themselves.

Thursday, January 14, 2010


Walt Disney's adaptation of the sf epic "John Carter of Mars" has just got a new cast member: Bryan Cranston (best known as the father of the highly dysfunctional family from "Malcolm in the Middle")will play a Civil War colonel who is in conflict with Carter. He will join a very interesting cast including Taylor Kitsch, Mark Strong, Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, Samantha Morton, Dominic West, James Purefoy, and Polly Walker.

Directed by Andrew Stanton the movie follows Carter's adventures on Mars where he encounters both formidable alien creatures resembling the beasts of ancient myth and various humanoids and finds his true calling in life as a warrior-savior of the planet's inhabitants. At the end he wins the hand of Martian princess Dejah Thoris of Helium.
This movie, which many see as the future "Avatar", starts shooting next week for a 2012 release.


The remake of famous "Conan" epic adventure is approaching the start date of its production helmed by Marcus Nispel ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "Friday the 13th")and now we have two hunky finalists in the running for the leading man role. Looking to replace infamous Arnold Schwarzenegger are famous heartbreaker Kellan Lutz ("Twilight", "BH90210") and Jason Momoa ("Stargate: Atlantis", "Baywatch", "Games of Throne"). But although they are in the strong run apparently there is a third, more-established actor who is being considered in the first place, but the actor's name still hasn't been revealed. The shooting of the movie begins on March 15th in Bulgaria, and you can find the plot of the upcoming movie in one of the previous HOLLYWOOD SPY's posts.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


As we mentioned last week, the casting for Ryan Reynolds' "Green Lantern" is continuing, and according to "MovieWeb" charming Peter Sarsgaard is in negotiations to join the cast as Dr. Hector Hammond, a pathologist who receives psychic abilities after he discovers a meteorite.
If this comes true Peter Sarsgaard will join the cast along Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan and Blake Lively, who will play Carol Ferris as we reported last week. Directed by Martin Campbell, "Green Lantern" is set to premiere in June next year. Peter Sarsgaard is best known for his roles in "Orphan", "Shattered Glass" and "Kinsey" and many people know him as the husband of Maggie Gyllenhaal.