Written by: Big Ross, CC2K Staff Writer
We've got word on the future of Spider-Man (both on stage and screen), news that the role of Dick Cheney in Oliver Stone's W (Dub-ya) has been cast, and a first look at Chun-li from the upcoming Street Fighter: The Legend oF Chun-li.
James Toback's indie documentary of the life and career of former boxing heavyweight champ Mike Tyson might be getting picked up by Sony.
Stuart Gibbs' novel The Last Equation – a thriller about a race to find the supposedly final equation Albert Einstein solved regarding the harnessing of atomic energy, which may solve the world's energy crisis – is getting adapted to the big screen.
In stage news, Spider-Man is web-slinging his way to Broadway. No seriously, Spider-Man is going to be a musical . *This isn't a bad idea at all.
*Please note the sarcasm folks.
Speaking of the wall-crawler, could it be that a fourth Spider-Man film will be out in 2010 ?
When asked at Cannes about the possible future of Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood said he's all but dead.
In some casting news, Richard Dryfuss has been cast in the role of Vice President Dick Cheney in Oliver Stone's W (Dub-ya).
Finally, courtesy of Kotaku we've got a first look at Kristin Kreuk (Smallville) as Chun-li from the upcoming movie Street Fighter: Legend of Chun-li:
I guess it has to be better than this:
Man, what a steaming pile that was.