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We’ll have our Twilight review up soon. The film is apparently headed for about a $180 million haul by Monday, which is genuinely astonishing. The long-term, macro-significance of the Twilight franchise is going to be to eat away at the current fanboy dominance of the cinema – and it’s about time, frankly.
• Talk about an odd career niche: Andy Serkis has been ‘cast’ as the lead ape in the Planet of the Apes prequel/reboot/preboot. Serkis played Kong and Gollum for Peter Jackson. The man has absolutely locked down all major simian roles for himself, and apparently has no competitors. Can a Curious George reboot be far off?
• A new movie about the young Barack Obama has opened in Indonesia. According to the director, audiences will have the opportunity to “see Obama eating chicken satay.” I love chicken satay. I might see this film.
• AND IN TODAY’S MOST IMPORTANT NEWS … the key line of Christopher Nolan’s recent, lengthy interview with The New York Times comes from actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt : “It’s just not that common that someone as creatively inspired as Chris just gets carte blanche to do whatever the hell he wants … Anything he can think of — anything — he got to do it.” Those are not lines one wants in print if a film fails.
And that’s what’s happening today in the wonderful world of Hollywood …
[UPDATE: The Hollywood Reporter is saying today that Meryl Streep is in talks to reteam with her Mamma Mia! director Phyllida Lloyd for Thatcher, a biopic of Margaret Thatcher. Jim Broadbent is apparently also in talks to play Margaret Thatcher's husband, Denis.
The film is being developed by Pathe and BBC Films. Mamma Mia!, by the way, did a whopping $600 million worldwide in 2008. We'll keep an eye on this story as it develops.
The Iron Lady was of course one of Britain's greatest Prime Ministers, and a genuine hero of the Cold War. So we hope they don't screw this one up.]
Posted on June 30th, 2010 at 5:19pm.