THRILLER TO RETURN, BIGGER AND BADDER
October 29, 2010
Michael Jackson is already six feet under, but that isn’t stopping him from ringing in the money.
The King Of Pop was named 2010’s wealthiest dead celebrity by Forbes magazine, and his legacy will live on – on the big screen. Jackson’s most famous music video Thriller has become the premise of a new film.
It will be directed by Kenny Ortega, who shot This Is It. There’s no word onthe plot yet, except that it’ll be a full-fledged horror picture set around the town seen in the video.
WALL STREET: LOVE NEVER LASTS?
Now that the dust has settled on Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, it’s also about time to end the ‘showmance’.
Shia LaBeouf and Carey Mulligan, who play a couple in Oliver Stone’s sequel, have officially called it quits.
Their year-long romance began while filming on location in New York.
There were obvious sparks between them, Stone told People magazine.
The British actress has reportedly found a new beau in the form of fellow countryman Tom Sturridge, aka Robert Pattinson’s best mate.
INDIANA JONES AND THE 3RD DIMENSION
Is George Lucas so strapped for cash that he can only turn to his classics to keep his funds going?
We already know that his Star Wars saga will be re-released in 3-D in 2012. Now it looks like our favourite fedora-wearing archaeologist may be entering the third dimension too.
According to Blue Sky Disney – a reliable movie website – Lucasfilm has lined up plans to convert the Indiana Jones series into 3-D too.
Before we hear the official word, we’ll just shelf this as a rumour.