Grouping a few movie headliners, Dark Horizons via multiple sources tells us:
Michael Biehn has confirmed to Sci-Fi Wire that he has talked with director James Cameron about a role in his upcoming 3D epic "Avatar".
The move would mark a reteaming of Biehn with Cameron and Sigourney Weaver, who last starred together in 1986's "Aliens".
The IESB has gossip from a scooper claiming that New Line is trying to get a new "Freddy" film up for a late 2007 start of production. Here's a sample:
"It probably won't be the much-rumored "prequel" film, but either a new "Freddy Vs..." movie or another 'solo' adventure for Freddy - with one treatment in particular, floating around, getting quite a lot of buzz; its simply about the new young couple (hence, young CW-esque stars get to headline) who buy into their first home together... yep, you guessed it... THAT house.
Director Zack Snyder ("300") and wife Deborah Snyder are set to produce "Army of the Dead" at Warner Bros. Pictures reports the trades.
The zombie action-thriller, based on an original story by Snyder, won't have any narrative relation to Snyder's 2004 remake of "Dawn of the Dead" despite the similar title and subject matter.
Martin Scorsese is looking to direct Leonardo DiCaprio in the film adaptation of Jordan Belfort's upcoming tell-all autobiography "The Wolf of Wall Street" for Warner Bros. Pictures.
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