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The Random: Darren Aronofsky, Thanos, The Twilight Zone, Psych, The Dark Tower and more

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  • Darren Aronofsky is attached to direct an untitled courtroom drama centred around artificial intelligence. Joe Epstein wrote the script, and Aronofsky will produce the film under his Paramount-based Protozoa banner – The Tracking Board
  • EW has released the first official image from Psych: The Movie. You can see it above. Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill) will face the Thin White Duke (Zachary Levi), who, according to Hill, is “looking to seek, kill, and destroy Team Psych.” Timothy Omundson is absent from the from the reunion because he suffered a stroke shortly before production began on the movie.
  • The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has revealed that The Dark Tower has a runtime of 95 minutes. Rather short for the Stephen King story, but 10 minutes longer than the last report I heard.
  • The Twilight Zone is heading to the stage. A new play based on the classic CBS sci-fi series is set to debut at the end of the year. The production will make its world premiere at the Almeida Theatre in London. Previews begin Dec. 5. The limited engagement is set to run through Jan. 27. – THR
  • Disney has hired former Game of Thrones writer Vanessa Taylor to rewrite its live-action Aladdin movie. Guy Ritchie is directing the film, which will star Mena Massoud (Jack Ryan) and Naomi Scott (Power Rangers) as Aladdin and Jasmine, and Will Smith as the Genie – The Tracking Board
    Walton Goggins joins the cast of Ant-Man and the Wasp. No details of his character are yet available. The film is beginning production soon in Atlanta and is set for a July 6, 2018 release date. Peyton Reed returns to direct stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline LillyTHR
  • Blue Fox Entertainment has secured the worldwide rights to Big Bear, a comedy from first-time feature director Joey Kern. The film was written by Kern, who also stars with Pablo Schreiber (American Gods), Adam Brody (The O.C.), Tyler Labine (Deadbeat), Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings) and Toby Huss (Halt and Catch Fire). The pic follows Joe (Kern) who, after getting dumped by his cheating fiancée, reluctantly decides to go ahead with his bachelor party at Big Bear Lake thanks to the urging of his three best friends (Brody, Labine, Knighton). Things take a turn for the worse the next morning when Joe discovers the man his fiancée ran off with (Schreiber) has been kidnapped by his friends and tied up in the basement – Deadline
  • Josh Brolin has been talking about playing Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War“There’s times where it can become psychological, and not necessarily brute force. More interesting for adults now, maybe not for kids. It’s a really smart movie. He’s a smart character. I had no idea, in all truth. I had no idea, when I did the teaser, we had like thirty-six cameras or something, and I sat on a seat, and it wasn’t working with anybody. And now, being actually involved and interacting [with] the potpourri of characters that are in it, it’s way more emotional and interactive than I thought. It’s a lot of fun and a lot deeper than I thought. A lot more emotional than I thought. “

  • Storm Reid (A Wrinkle in Time) will star opposite David Oyelowo in Only You, the latest thriller from Blumhouse Productions. Details are being kept locked tight, but You involves a police officer (Oyelowo) whose family was killed, a niece (Reid) who is in danger, and a plot with time-travel elements. Jacob Estes wrote the script and is directing – THR
  • Neill Blomkamp would like to make a sequel to Elysium – “Elysium is more something I feel like I could have done better. I think that if you were to take something like Elysium and play with it inside a setting like this you probably would hone it – you would end up, I think, with something well thought through and that has all of the thematic elements that I wanted. I still love the set up to Elysium. The idea of the separation of class warfare presented with this space ring is incredibly appealing to me and I would love to go back and make another movie in the world of Elysium because it’s compelling. I just think I can do a better job in setting up what the themes are more clearly and what the character’s motivations are. I can do it better, I think.”ScreenRant
  • Carla Gugino has been tapped to co-lead Netflix’s 10-episode adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House alongside Michel Huisman. The project, which was ordered straight-to-series, is a modern-day take on Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel of the same name. A classic haunted house story that relies on terror and suspense more than outright horror, the book follows four protagonists who end up staying in the house with the leader of the group, Doctor Montague, hoping to find scientific evidence of the supernatural. No character details have been released – The Tracking Board
  • American Horror Story has got a teaser for Season 7.

  • CBS has released two new Star Trek: Discovery posters to tease their presence at this year’s SDCC.

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