It's been four days since we had our last "The Hobbit" dwarves reveal, and in our opinion that is much, much too long.
The latest "Hobbit" photo comes at us from MSN and is of dwarf brothers Fili (Dean O'Gorman) and Kili (Aiden Turner). That means seven of the 13 dwarves have been shown to us, and we're guessing we're going to be seeing the final six revealed over the next couple of weeks. Just don't leave us waiting this long next time!
In the news after the jump, Johnny Depp adds three new projects to his slate, a remake of "Evil Dead" gains traction and new posters arrive for "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "50/50."
Johnny Depp Gets Busier
With "Pirates of the Caribbean 5," "Dark Shadows" and "The Lone Ranger" in various stages of production, we could consider Johnny Depp to be a pretty busy man, but today he added three new projects to that list. Two are with Disney: an untitled Paul Revere film and a remake of "The Night Stalker," and the other is an adaptation of "In the Hand of Dante" with director Julian Schnabel. He is slated to star in all three of the movies.
The Dead Get Evil Again
Grab your chainsaw, because Sam Raimi is in the works on a "quasi-remake" of "Evil Dead." Bloody Disgusting has the news that Raimi is working with director Fede Alvarez on the remake that was originally announced back in 2004. To our dismay, there's no announcement yet on whether or not Bruce Campbell will be returning for the new movie, though this tweet from the Chinned One certainly suggests his involvement.
New Posters For "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes" And "50/50"
Today is apparently a grand day for upcoming movies to reveal their posters. "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is teaching us that evolution will become revolution once August 11 rolls around, and "50/50" uses Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen to tease that it takes a pair to beat the odds. We've seen plenty of Caesar from "Apes" in recent weeks, but we're definitely having a love affair with the "50/50" poster.
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