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Movie and TV Bites: Final 9 Poster, New Princess and the Frog Photos, Letterman Signed Through 2012 + more


  • The final poster for 9 has been released.  Check it out in full by clicking the shot above. [Film School Rejects]
  • My Name Is Earl is officially dead.  20th Century Fox announced today that the show will not go on. There was talk that it could be picked up by TBS. Read the full statement at TV Week.
  • Megan Fox talked about her role in the upcoming Western Jonah Hex: “That movie is gonna be amazing…It’s a post-civil war, apocalyptic type Western. The director Jimmy [Hayward] is a lunatic, and he might be a genius. From some of the things I’ve seen him shoot, it’s a badass movie.” [MTV]

24 more bites, including seven more photos/posters and four videos, follow after the jump.

  • AICN has two photos from the set of Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables. Click the image below to check out the other.


  • Fox Searchlight has launched the official website for 500 Days of Summer.  Check it out at foxsearchlight.com/500daysofsummer
  • …There’s also a new international trailer for the film which you can watch below.

  • Peter Hedges will write and direct The Odd LIfe of Timothy Green, a modern-day fable for Walt Disney Pictures. [THR]
  • Check out an interview with U2’s Bono and Edge about composing the music for the Spider-Man Musical Turn off the Dark!. [via Topless Robot]

  • Producer Frank Marshall will be directing the sports documentary Right to Play for ESPN Films.  The doc will examine Norwegian speed-skating great Johann Olav Koss and his Right to Play organization, which aims to bring sports to children in poverty-stricken and war-torn areas. [THR]
  • Justin Theroux will direct Chief Ron for Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.  The comedy is based on the true story of Chief Ron Roberts. [Variety]
  • Here’s our first look at James Franco as the character Ginsberg from the upcoming film Howl. [EW]


  • Disney has released five new photos from their upcoming animated feature The Princess and the Frog.  Click the photo below to check out the other four. [Rope of Silicon]


  • Sony Pictures Animation has picked up the rights to The Familiars, an upcoming children’s fantasy book series written by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson. [THR]
  • Here’s a new poster for Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming kids film Shorts


  • …And you can check out a new trailer for the film at Nick.com.
  • DreamWorks has tapped Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley to write the script to Cal of the Wild, a comedy that riffs on the reality TV genre. [Variety]
  • Check out the trailer for the direct-to-DVD sequel Road Trip II: Beer Pong.  Yeahhh, not very funny.

  • The Lance Armstrong biopic is moving forward.  Gary Ross (Seabiscuit) has been hired to write the script: “We knew Gary well from his work on ‘Seabiscuit’ and thought he’d be perfect for this,” said producer Frank Marshall. [Risky Biz Blog]
  • Robert Rodriguez says that he’s hoping to begin filming on a live-action adaptation of The Jetsons as early as next year. [MTV]
  • Here’s a new CGI shot of Soundwave from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.  Click the photo below to see one more at Transformers Live.


  • Eli Roth is in talks to produce a remake of the classic 1981 horror film The Funhouse. [Fangoria]
  • The Closer opened its second opened its fifth season Monday night with an impressive 7.1 million viewers, down just 9% from last summer’s premiere…
  • …Meanwhile, lead-out Raising the Bar was down a significant 53% from last season’s premiere, drawing 3.6 million viewers. [THR]
  • AICN has four new photos from Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland.  Click the photo below to see them all in high resolution.


  • Bloody-Disgusting has a new set of photos from Park Chan-wook’s Thirst.  Click the photo below to see more.


  • David Letterman has extended his contract with CBS, taking him through at least August 2012 as the host of Late Show with David Letterman. [NY Times]
  • David Hatyer and Benedict Carver of Dark Hero Studios have joined with Pandemonium’s Bill Mechanic to turn the comicbook Deadworld into a zombie feature franchise. [Variety]
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