The Wrap Up: ‘Heathcliff’ Movie, New Trailers for ‘Mama’ + ‘Killing Them Softly,’ and More
ScreenCrush wraps up the day's events that you might have missed. Today, a couple new trailers hit the web for 'Mama' and 'Killing Them Softly,' a 'Black Dynasty 2' cast member tells us to expect a Western-style film, the loveable Heathcliff is getting his own movie in the vein of 'Garfield,' casting updates galore, and more!
- Trailer: The first 'Mama' trailer from Guillermo del Toro scared the bejeezes out of us! And the second one, though it doesn't contain much extra footage, is just as freaky. Watch it over at [FEARnet.com].
- So what's going on with this 'Black Dynasty 2' movie? So far we know the same cast from the first film will come back, but are we ready for news that it's going to be a Western? [Crave Online]
- Remember that newspaper comic strip 'Heathcliff'? Well, that furry cartoon feline will be the next orange cat to get its own CGI-live action movie. [Collider]
- It looks like the next movie in the tradition of 'Hope Springs,' 'The Bucket List,' 'Something's Gotta Give' and the like has been found in 'And So It Goes...' But the Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton-starring film won't pertain to Billy Joel. [Deadline]
- Is Lindsay Lohan pulling shenanigans on the set of 'The Canyons'? We know she tried to get out of her 'Scary Movie 5' gig by skipping out on rehearsals, and so far Bret Easton Ellis seems fed up with her actions on set for her latest film. [Seriously? OMG! WTF?]
- Michael Bay and Hugo Weaving are in a fight... Have you seen this? Have you heard about this? It started when Weaving called his role in the 'Transformers' series "meaningless" during an interview with Collider, and now the director has fired back on his blog... but then he deleted the post shortly after. DRAMA! [THR]
- 'Killing Them Softly' has released an international trailer for the film, and it's filled with crime, shooting, aviator sun glasses and Brad Pitt. Watch it over at [Cinema Blend].
- A new episode of 'Walking Dead: The Game' is ready for you to download now! [Arcade Sushi]
- Casting: Ewan McGregor and Kate Hudson might (just might) team up for 'Born to Be King' [The Wrap]. Kristen Wiig's next film will be 'Hateship Friendship,' an indie dramedy also featuring Hailee Steinfeld, Gu Pearce and Nick Nolte [THR].