Written by: Tony Lazlo, CC2K Staff Writer
Loads of exciting news in this belated morning roundup: X-Files 2 has a title, there may be a fifth Indy movie, we've got a shot of Scarlett in G.I. Joe, plus other exciting news.
The official title for the new X-Files movie is The X-Files: I Want to Believe. IESB scored interviews with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, and Variety revealed that the plotline will focus on the struggle between faith and science. And here's a new pic!
Indy 4 update: In an interview with USA Today, Harrison Ford didn't rule out a fifth Indy movie, though there are rumors about Indy dying in this one. And here's a new pic!
Ridley Scott will direct Casey Affleck in the period noir The Knd One.
NBC kicked some ratings ass with the finale of The Biggest Loser.
From the world of politics, ABC struck ratings gold with the democratic debate last night, but they're also getting spanked in the blogosphere for running a shoddy, trivial debate: Time, The Atlantic, Washington Post, Australia's The Age and straight from the heart of Pennsylvania, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Hey! Jenna Jameson talks Zombie Strippers!
Shane Abbess will direct the sci-fi thriller Source Code.
G.I. Joe update! JoBlo scored a shot of Alias' Rachel Nichols in costume as Scarlett, and … well, damn:
Edward Albee's new play, Occupant, has already sold out its off-Broadway run.
I have no idea what this movie Rogue is about, but here's hoping it's better than Lake Placid:
20th Century Fox unveiled this high-rez image from X-Men Origins: Wolverine:
Author: Tony Lazlo, CC2K Staff Writer
Robert J. Peterson is a writer and web developer living in Los Angeles. A Tennessee native, he graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He’s written for newspapers and websites all over the country, including the Marin Independent Journal, the Telluride Daily Planet, CC2KOnline.com, Offscreen, and Geekscape.net. He co-hosts the podcasts Make It So and Hiram’s Lodge. He’s appeared as a pop-culture guru on the web talk shows Comics on Comics, The Fanbase Press Week In Review, Collider Heroes, ScreenJunkies TV Fights, and Fandom Planet. He’s the founder of California Coldblood Books.