Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for May 20th, 2012. This week: The Rock heads for DC Comics, Ryan Reynolds might be the Highlander, Nicolas Cage and Mickey Rourke go toe to toe, The Incredible Hulk still coming to TV, Aaron Sorkin will adapt Steve Jobs biopic, and Hampton Fancher writes the Blade Runner sequel for Ridley Scott, all this and much, much more!
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Fan of Abduction? Taylor Lautner is an action star again in Tracers.
There can be only…Ryan? Reynolds to take the lead in Highlander reboot?
Dwayne The Rock Johnson and DC Comics
Joss Whedon wants more females in a sequel to The Avengers.
Contagion screenwriter tapped for Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel
Cage and Rourke in Marble City
In Guillermo del Toro news, The Incredible Hulk still coming to TV
Screenwriter confirms character in Tintin sequel
Aaron Sorkin will adapt Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biopic!
and Woz will consult.
Jon Favreau “very involved” in Iron Man 3
Peter Berg wanted to add Star Wars and grit to his Dune
Blade Runner sequel happening and Hampton Fancher is on-board as writer!
Duncan Jones directing Ian Fleming biopic
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