The Guardian spoke with Jeff Bridges, who talked about revisiting his Tron role. Bridges stated that, “[It's] another unique, wild experience that was too good to turn down. Engaging in that world again feels just like it did all that time ago. Basically, I’m still a child, I love being childlike, and here was another chance to play with these crazy toys. And the cutting-edge technology makes it exciting. Doing the teaser trailer for Comic-Con, I had my first experience of motion capture. And that’s turning the industry on its head. It’s amazing being part of that.”
In more Tron news, the TR2N director Joseph Kosinski revealed over the weekend that the final film will be released in thehighest quality, 3D. He also confirmed that TRON creator Steven Lisberger is involved as a consultant. The film is expected to make a late 2010 release.
Rumor alert!!! There maybe a third Coco Chanel project starring, Demi Moore, according to the Guardian. Being rumored to join her are Vivienne Westwood and Kate Moss. Wouldn’t that be interesting. Do we really need three?
The film Killshot, has been postponed…again according to the LA Times. The film was originally ready to go in September of 2006, then required re-shoots in January of 2007, and they will now be pushing back their most recent release date of November 7, 2008, to…well no one knows when. People have stopped wondering when, are are just declaring this one a dud until further notice.
Looks like 300 will be turned into a sequel. Director Zack Snyder spoke with IESB.net who stated that, “300 would receive the sequel treatment. Snyder did the impossible, and actually spoke to Frank Miller about it, and learned he’s writing a graphic novel that takes place between Thermopylae and the Battle of Plataea which is seen at the end of the film. There’s a mere year in between waiting to be populated with new Spartan heroes (though David Wenham’s lone survivor, Dilios, could return) by way of Miller’s pen. Snyder promises to direct the adaptation when Miller finishes the book.”