The wait for David Fincher's take on "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" just got one day shorter. Shows have been added for 7 p.m. on December 20, one day earlier than originally planned. "Dragon Tattoo" is destined to become one of the biggest movies of the holiday season, so even an extra night of shows could mean big returns.
Check out the rest of today's film news after the jump!
Mike Myers Writing 'Austin Powers' Musical
The International Man of Mystery may be on the prowl again, but this time on Broadway. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Casey Nicholaw, the co-director of the Tony Award-winning "Book of Mormon," is in talks to direct a stage version of the British spy spoof which Myers would write the story for. The proposed musical would act as a prequel to the film, taking place in the 1960s, and would not star Myers.
Biblical Epic 'Paradise Lost' Put on Hold
Bradley Cooper may have to wait to don the horns and a tail as Lucifer, as Warner Bros. has put a hold on the Alex Proyas-directed film. The movie which chronicles the heavenly battle between good and evil started to drift over its proposed $120 million budget, and the studio paused production to reassess the bill.
'Arthur & Lancelot' Hangs In Balance with Budget Crisis
Just as another Warner Bros. movie, "Paradise Lost," got paused for budget issues, another, the medieval tale of "Arthur & Lancelot" may face the same fate. Producers are rethinking the budget, fearing that it may eventually exceed its $130 million budget.
Ryan Gosling Absent from First 'Gangster Squad'
Entertainment Weekly has the very first official picture from Ruben Fleischer's post-war mob flick, "Gangster Squad," but the man everyone's talking about these days, Ryan Gosling, is no where to be seen. Instead, Josh Brolin and Sean Penn stare each other in a moody snapshot from the film.
Seth Rogen Will Host Independent Spirit Awards
The biggests award for indie films, the Independent Spirit Awards, have found their host in funnyman Seth Rogen, who appears in one of the films nominated for Best Feature, "50/50." The show will air on IFC on February 25th.
Critics Choice Awards Honor 'Drive,' 'The Artist' and 'Hugo' With Best Pictures Noms
Award season is in full swing, and there are no sure bets quite yet. The latest round of nominations comes from the Critics Choice Awards, who picked ten potential nominees for their Best Picture Award. Among them, "Drive" surprised with a nomination and a sign that the indie thriller may be picking up awards steam.
Tell us what you think of today's Dailies in the comments section and on Twitter!