Now, you already know that James Cameron is dedicated to the development of the second and third part of his record breaking fantasy tale AVATAR, but now it seems that, when he finishes the two films, which will probably be shot back to back and released in 2014 and 2015 or maybe a year later, he might do AVATAR 4 as well and he is quitting any other production work on other people's films and on his own documentaries until he finishes the saga. It was revealed previously that AVATAR 2 will probably be set close to the oceans of Pandora, and it will be director's third film in more than 16 years! He is currently setting new visual effects pipelines since he wants the sequels to be revolutionary just like the original film was. This all means that Cameron won't do BATTLE ANGEL ALITA after all. For more than a decade he planned to do a sf epic on the female warrior cyborg after he finishes AVATAR 2, but with the new sequels it seems that won't happen.
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After casting blond hunk Todd Lasance to play young Caesar who will
be hunting down the rebels in the third season of SPARTACUS, the producers have now added some much needed female characters, since, as you know, most of the female heroes, including Lucretia (Lucy Lawless) and Illythia (Viva Bianca), died in the second season. According to "Entertainment Weekly" the cast now has three young actresses: New Zealand actress Anna Hutchison, who played a free-spirited temptress in "Cabin in the Woods", will play Laeta, the privileged wife of a Roman dignitary who becomes entangled in the struggle against Spartacus. Australian actress Jenna Lind will play Kore, a loyal slave to Marcus Crassus
(played by Simon Merrells), the Roman tasked to bring an end to Spartacus and his rebellion. And New Zealand’s Gwendoline Taylor will play Sibyl, a beautiful young slave rescued from Roman cruelty.
And here's an interestingly intriguing trailer for you today: hitting theatres this August THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN
will be an enchanting, inspiring, and magical story about a happily married couple, Cindy and Jim Green (Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton), who can't wait to start a family but can only dream about what their child would be like. When young Timothy (CJ Adams) shows up on their doorstep one stormy night, Cindy and Jim, and their small town of Stanleyville, learn that sometimes the unexpected can bring some of life's greatest gifts. The cast of Disney's drama also includes Dianne Wiest, Ron Livingston and rapper Common.