The upcoming sci-fi comedy starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, previously known as "Neighborhood Watch," is now called "The Watch," due the recent Treyvon Martin controversy.
The newly re-titled film also has a red band trailer for you to check out.
Plus, we find out how big C-3PO's battery had to be, and the "Raid" director gets his next (awesome) project in the Dailies!
"Neighborhood Watch" is now just called "The Watch," and it has a red band trailer. [IGN]
As it turns out, Clark Gregg has really good taste in sci-fi movies. [Boston Globe]
Sometimes when big movies are good, it can mean bad things. Like "Green Lantern" bad. [The New York Times]
Can you guess the words that appear most frequently in the screenplay for "Star Wars"? Prove it. [http://www.sporcle.com/games/rockgolf/journal-of-the-whills]
Now that I think about it, C-3PO's battery must have been freaking huge. [Wired]
Just as the "Evil Dead" remake is starting filming, Sam Raimi is suing to stop an unauthorized sequel. [Vulture]
Gareth Evans, the director of "The Raid," is lining up his next project, a film about MMA fighters pulling a bank heist. Perfect. [Deadline]
Sofia Vergara has also joined Robert Rodriguez's "Machete Kills." [The Playlist]
This guy attempts to use every sci-fi cliche in a single audition tape. [Vulture]
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