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• Spike Lee will be directing a new terrorist thriller. Working title: Nuke The Right Thing.
• Tim Burton is apparently moving forward with a new 3D adaptation of The Addams Family. John Kerry should play Lurch.
• Oliver Stone’s South of the Border is coming out, and even The New York Times is noticing some whopping factual errors in the film. NY Post critic Kyle Smith also takes the movie apart today in his review. I still can’t believe how many films Stone’s been allowed to make, post-Alexander.
• London’s Sunday Times asks whether Christopher Nolan’s older brother is a bizarre, delusional psychopath-criminal mastermind who haunts Nolan’s work like a ghost. I can’t say, but it’s certainly fun to think about. In related news, Nolan talks Batman 3 today with MTV.
• AND IN TODAY’S MOST IMPORTANT NEWS … the wonderful Camille Paglia blasts Lady Gaga in The NY Times today, calling her “a high-concept fabrication without an ounce of genuine eroticism.” We agree, which more or less justifies posting a picture of Carla Bruni, by way of contrast.
And that’s what’s happening today in the wonderful world of Hollywood …
Posted on June 28th, 2010 at 3:48pm.