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 movie news we might have missed during the day. After all we are human.
First tidbit of the night, Warner Brothers has added Greta Gerwig to the Arthur poster.
In an interview with MTV News, Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner said that the script for the sequel to G.I. Joe has been completed, but they are still looking for a director.
Steve Carell is in negotiations to star in Dogs of Babel. Based on Carolyn Parkhurst’s novel of the same name, “The Dogs of Babel,” is a tragic yet beautiful story of love and loss. The story follows “Paul Iverson, a linguistics professor, who returns home one day to find his wife dead in their backyard. Police rule her death an accident, but Paul is not quite sure. The only witness to her death is their dog Lorelei. In Paul’s grief-stricken search for answers, he endeavors to teach Lorelei to talk in the hopes that he can uncover what happened the day his wife died.”
Get ready for another comic-book adaptation. Sony Pictures has purchased the rights to Zombies vs. Robots and will develop the adaptation through Platinum Dunes.
Uma Thurman and Jessica Biel are going to be rivaling soccer moms in Playing the Field. According to Variety, the two will star opposite Gerard Butler.
Louis Letterier has signed on to direct G. According to Universal Pictures, the film is said to be a sci-fi verison of a disaster scenario. A grand-scale sci-fi disaster film could potentially deal with that constant being altered and the dramatic effects that would result across the Earth.
Warner Brother has released the second theatrical trailer for Sucker Punch
Columbia Pictures has released the Red Band trailer for Bad Teacher