In his dreams, maybe!
Or perhaps in Liberty Ross's nightmares!
Rupert Sanders officially has his next directorial project and, while we never advocate gambling, we wouldn't bet money on Kristen Stewart finding her way to his casting
couch love-seat again anytime soon!
The film, entitled The Juliet, is based on a short-story from acclaimed science-fiction author Alfred Bester.
Juliet, eh?? We hope Rupert doesn't play Romeo on set this time around!
Lost in the
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Just "in time" to make a stir!
We don't know about you, but we're actually pretty stoked about Justin Timberlake's new movie, In Time. Sure, those months he spent in production could've been spent making another album, but we're trying to overcome our debilitating desire to see JT back in the recording studio and accept his choice to be an actor extraordiaire.
Anyway, the movie looks cool (see trailer above), with a interesting sci-fi twist and an amazing supporting cast, so we've been waiting diligently for the movie to come out to enjoy. However, it turns out we might be waiting a bit longer than we'd want to as a new lawsuit filed might block the movie from coming out.
Author Harlan Ellison is suing the studio, New Regency, claiming
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Although his big year was 2010, Taylor Lautner is starting off the new year right by producing and starring in two studio films!
Fox 2000 and New Regency both paid an 8-digit paycheck to work with Tay Tay for his two only available time slots this year. And three top producers, including Michael Bay, are looking to scoop up the Twilight hottie for 2012 and beyond.
At the moment, Fox is trying to cast his love interest in Incarceron. The rumored frontrunners are Blake Lively, Jennifer Lawrence, and Emma Watson - all inspired choices!
Taylor will also play the lead role from Catherine Fisher’s sci-fi/fantasy novel. He will portray a character who lives his entire life in a savage and futuristic prison society. The script is in the works.
And Tay Tay will star in an as–yet-unnamed international spy thriller set up at New Regency described as “The Bourne Identity for the next generation.” The story is loosely based on Juval Aviv, a former Israeli Mossad agent who was the inspiration for Spielberg’s Munich.
And there is more to come for the werewolf!
[Image via WENN.]
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