in time


Have you ever heard about a new series and, judging by the names attached, just knew it was going to be good? That seems to be the case when discovering that Phil Lord and Chris Miller are developing a new comedy tv series titled In Time. Lord and Miller don’t seem to mind having a lot on their plate, as they are also currently working on the standalone Han Solo film, and developing an animated pilot called Son of Zorn, starring Jason Sudeikis(more…)

Did you hear the rumor about superstar hottie Olivia Wilde becoming the next Lara Croft, which ran amok over the weekend?

Olivia, whose recent nerd-cred has sprouted thanks to Tron: Legacy, Cowboys and Aliens, and most recently in the Andrew Niccol directed In Time was “confirmed” to be involved in the reboot by Brazilian site Cinepop. Well, you can chalk this up to Hollywood hootenanny, because Olivia answered the nagging question through everyone’s favorite 140 character news space, her Twitter account:

Now, don’t get us wrong or anything, a new Tomb Raider movie is going to happen soon — producer Graham King of GK Films won the rights to the film and is looking towards a release date sometime in 2013. Angelina Jolie, the original Lara Croft, has passed on throwing on another tight one-piece suit, so the leading lady role is still up for grabs.

While it kills my boner, I’m so glad this got debunked. She would have been horrible as ‘Lara Croft’.

Via: The Mary Sue

Justin Timberlake’s “In Time” trailer sets up a tense drama set in a nightmarish future. A future where no one ages past 25. After 25, each days time is a currency that keeps them alive. Earn enough and live another day, earn too little and watch your timer hit 0000000 and die. Earn enough and you could live forever.

It’s Logan’s run on crack. Justin Timberlake is making that move reminiscent of Wil Smith in the 80’s and 90’s. From Music Star to Movie Star, Justin is making all the right moves to position himself as a serious player in Hollywood. It’s just about time for him to start taking on more serious roles that might garner Academy Award attention.

What do you think?

Via: Blastr