Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for March 25th, 2012. This week Midnight Run 2, more on the Turtles from space controversy, Clerks: The Animated Series might come back to TV, a new Prometheus TV spot and Tarsem Singh does a war film. All this and much, much more!
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In news that just sucks, Brett Ratner might direct Midnight Run 2!
Doctor Who Gets a New Companion.
Clerks: The Animated Series might be edging towards a return in 2013.
More on Michael Bay’s Teenage Alien Intergalact Ninja Turles (TAINT!)
Peter Laird (co-creator) says this http://peterlairdstmntblog.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/few-musings-on-turtles-as-aliens.html
Keven Eastman (co-creator) says this http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/nailbiter111/news/?a=56782
and finally director Jonathan Liebesman says this http://collider.com/jonathan-liebesman-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-interview/154499/
Peter Berg admits Battleship doesn’t have anything to do with the game.
Tarsem Singh has tackled Greek Mythology, Fairy Tales and even psychological thriller… what would a Tarsem war film look like?
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo no longer directing Bioshock, didn’t we know this already?
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo sequels face budget cuts, does that mean no Fincher?
Hot Prometheus TV spot (Just because we can!)
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