Movie File: Marlon Brando, Billy Bob Thornton, Kirsten Dunst, Vince Vaughn & More

Late 'Streetcar' actor rumored to be appearing in 'Superman Returns.'

The Internet is buzzing with reports that legendary actor Marlon Brando may appear in “Superman Returns” as the Man of Steel’s father, Jor-El. But wait a second, you might be thinking, didn’t Brando die? Human mortality is no longer a concern in Hollywood, apparently, as Sir Laurence Olivier demonstrated when he was posthumously inserted into “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow” last year. A Warner Bros. spokesperson called it nothing more than “a Web-based rumor” that director Bryan Singer is considering using old footage that Brando shot for Richard Donner‘s original films. … It looks like Billy Bob Thornton has some kind of unofficial “bad” trilogy in motion as he loses the Santa outfit but keeps the attitude in the first trailer for his “Bad News Bears” remake. We all fondly remember Walter Matthau and his beer cans, but the innovative arm tattoos and wheelchair jokes promise to bring this baseball tale to a whole new level of wickedness. While Billy Bob tries to wrestle the rights to “Bad Lieutenant” away from Harvey Keitel, you can watch his latest trailer here. …

Mormon porn fans, rejoice! Trey Parker and Matt Stone‘s cult classic “Orgazmo” will finally make its way to DVD in a special-edition disc to be released March 29. The film tells the story of Joe Young (Parker), a devout Mormon who visits Hollywood and ends up making an adult movie while trying to raise money for his wedding. The DVD features include a “drunken” audio commentary with the “South Park” creators and their friends; a second commentary with random admirers including Kevin Smith, Dave Foley and “Weird Al” Yankovic; a documentary on the duo’s early projects; and both the theatrical and uncut versions of the flick. … Let’s all celebrate with a slice of cake, as filming has finally begun on “Marie-Antoinette,” the highly anticipated follow-up to Oscar winner Sofia Coppola‘s “Lost in Translation.” The film stars Kirsten Dunst as the 18th-Century Austrian princess who became a detested teenage queen of France. Other cast members include Jason Schwartzman (as Louis XVI), Rip Torn (Louis XV) and “SNL” alum Molly Shannon in a rare dramatic role. Serving as executive producer is none other than Sofia’s legendary dad, Francis Ford Coppola (or “double F” to his homeys). “Translation” junkies will no doubt be scouring the Web for updates and trailers — let’s just hope they don’t lose their heads. …

Vince Vaughn is flexing his twinkle-twinkle this year with “Be Cool” currently in theaters and a thriller (“Mr. and Mrs. Smith”), a comedy (“The Wedding Crashers”) and even a hip-hop drama (“The Sky Is Green”) on the way. Those who caught his quick-witted guest-hosting appearance filling in for a sick David Letterman awhile back, however, are wondering whether he has plans to be the next Leno, Conan or, at the very least, Tony Danza. “Not really,” Vaughn said. “I did host my high school talent shows and that kind of thing. I’ve always had a good sense of humor, especially about myself. With something like that, I just kind of prepared myself mentally to go to a place where once you get there and do something like hosting ‘Letterman,’ you have to be open to whatever’s going to happen. It’s not that different from acting, it’s just listening. So if you get there where you can be lost in that moment, then you can flow with what’s happening.” …

Brittany Murphy will be adding the name Luc Besson to her little black book as the name behind such action classics as “The Professional” and “La Femme Nikita” plans to produce the star’s upcoming romantic comedy. Directed by “Truth or Dare” helmer Alek Keshishian, the film is about an assistant at a U.K. fashion magazine who tries to help her friends find love, Variety reports. We can only pray that Jean Reno and a really big gun are somehow involved. … Seth Green isn’t sure which is more surprising: that someone tried to sell his underpants (five clean, two dirty) from “Without a Paddle” on eBay, or that nobody coughed up the 50 bucks. “I heard about that. I don’t even know if they’re real underwear, but why would anybody want that?” Laughing, the actor and “Robot Chicken” mastermind said he is constantly amazed by people who will try to sell anything a star touches. “It’s ridiculous. I never really think about that, especially with ‘Without a Paddle,’ where we filmed for three months wearing the exact same wardrobe. I wanted to set fire to it. If anybody is that into me that they want a cup I drank out of, more power to them. I mean, I’ve been steadily trying to drive down the price of my autograph for the last five years.” …

Sony Classical has announced plans to release a soundtrack for “Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith” that will include a special collector’s DVD. Created exclusively for the CD release, the 70-minute bonus disc will contain 16 never-before-seen music videos that span all six of George Lucas‘ space epics. With introductions from Senator Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) himself, the videos will boast remixed, remastered compositions from the legendary John Williams including his principal score for “Revenge of the Sith,” titled “Battle of the Heroes.” The soundtrack will be released May 3, with the film following 16 days later. Early buyers might want to look away from the track listings, however, if they hope to avoid thoughtlessly titled music like the “Qui-Gon’s Funeral” track that spoiled the “Episode I” experience for many. …

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