‘Toy Story 3′ Trailer Details And Sam Raimi’s For-Kids Horror Flick ‘Burst 3D’ In Today’s Dailies — 10/9/09

–The folks from ComingSoon got a chance to chat with “2012” director Roland Emmerich, who had some things to say about what’s next. He’s got two projects on his plate: one having something to do with William Shakespeare (details in the article) and the other, an adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s “Foundation” trilogy. (ComingSoon)

–Writers, producers and all-around cool guys Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, who pretty much have an equity stake in Hollywood at this point, have some things to say about their upcoming View-Master movie. Apparently the idea for the story was born before the classic 3-D viewing toy came into the picture as a peg for a movie, from the mind of “Fringe” writer Brad Kane. Orci then references back to story relayed to the duo by “Transformers” producer Steven Spielberg, whose original idea for “E.T.” had nothing to do with aliens. (Sci Fi Wire)

–Here’s your chance to get a first glimpse of UFC champ Quinton “Rampage” Jackson as “A-Team” member B.A. Baracus, a role filled on the TV series by Mr. T. This Baracus for a new generation… well… he’s kinda let himself go a little bit. (JoBlo)

–The first bit of info has emerged on director Lars Von Trier’s follow-up to the genital-mutilating art-horror flick “Antichrist.” Next up is “Planet Melancholia,” which is described as a “psychological disaster film.” In the words of Zentropa’s Peter Jensen, it is “romantic, in a Lord Byron sort of way.” In the words of Von Trier himself: “No more happy endings!” (The Hollywood Reporter)

–The first pic for Sam Raimi’s newly established for-kids horror production company is “Burst 3D,” which will be helmed by “Doomsday” director Neil Marshall. The story follows a group of travelers, lost and on the run from some unknown force that makes people spontaneously combust. Neat-o. (Variety)

–Following a “blink and you’ll miss it” leak, /Film has a description up of the first full trailer for “Toy Story 3,” which movie-going audiences and Internet users will presumably be able to see for themselves very soon. Until then, enjoy your first taste of the new “Toy” story over at /Film. (/Film)