After Hours: Farrelly Brothers Want Cher in Three Stooges, Alice Eve Joins MIB III, Scream 4 Poster, Analysis of the New Spider-Man Suit

After Hours, just what is After Hours, well it is a movie column named after one of my favorite Martin Scorsese films. After Hours will feature any news we might have missed during the day. After all we are human. If there is anything that After Hours missed e-mail us.

While doing press rounds for their upcoming Hall Pass, the Farrelly Brother said that they would like to cast Cher in their version of The Three Stooges. The LA Times is reporting that Cher is their top choice to play a nun called Mother Superior and would be a supporting role. The brothers described Cher as “the coolest chick ever,” the brothers say that they’ve had her eyed for the part for a decade, ever since they worked with her on their comedy Stuck on You. As to whether or not a deal can be made remains to be seen.

Benicio Del Toro is also said to still be under consideration for the part of Moe, and that they are considering Andy Samberg and Johnny Knoxville to fill the roles of the remaining stooges. The brothers are about a month away from an official announcement.

It looks as though Halle Berry is returning to New Year’s Eve but it will be for a different role. Originally Berry had to leave the sequel for Valentine’s Day because she had to take care of a custody battle over her young child. The Hollywood Reporter who was first to report on this says that Berry will play as a nurse. THR also reports that Carla Gugino is joining the cast.

When Men In Black III resumes production next month they will have a new addition to the cast. Alice Eve (She’s Out of Your League) has just been casted to play the younger version of Men in Black Agency head Emma Thompson in the time travel storyline, reports Deadline.

Dimension Films released a new Scream 4 poster.

Disney has released a new trailer for Mars Needs Moms. The computer animated film will hit theaters in IMAX 3D, 3D, and regular 2D on March 11.

The Playlist is reporting that Michel Gondry will direct a film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel Ubik.  But before he can do that, he has to produce The We and I

“It’s about the group effect, how people in groups transform when the group is dislocated, because everyone jumps out of the bus at different times, there is a smaller group and how the relationships evolve,” Gondry told us adding, “It’s not [well-known] actors, it’s going to be kids from a school in the Bronx. I love kids and just [regular] people too because they are not polluted by the medium. They come as they are and they have beautiful stories to tell, so I want to show that.” The drama will revolve around “35 kids going to school on a bus” and will thematically delve into “how the group affects the individual.” We’re definitely curious.

The blog also reports that Gondry is also slowly at work on a documentary about Noam Chomsky, but it’s something he’s giving himself a bit more time on. He’s hand animating it and says he hopes it’s done within the next couple of years.

IGN has provided an analysis on the new Spider-Man suit from Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man. The reboot starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans is due out July 3, 2012.