Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for April 22nd, 2012. This week Raging Bull 2 (yes, you read that right), Lobo, Francis Lawrence directing The Hunger Games sequel, Guy Pearce joins Iron Man 3, video games Need for Speed and Call of Duty may be coming to cinema near you and a prequel to Maniac Cop is on the way. All this and much, much more!
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De Niro has lost the plot, another sequel that should never be – Raging Bull 2!
Lobo will be rewritten and directed by Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore helmer.
With Gary Ross out, it looks like Francis “Constantine” Lawrence may direct The Hunger Games sequel.
Prometheus star Guy Pearce joins Iron Man 3.
Time to try it again, video game Need for Speed to be made into a film.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter will be a hard-R
Maniac Cop is back! This time Nicholas Winding Refn is producing!
Call Of Duty film on its way?
What was the additional stuff shot for The Avengers? We may never know.
And because it is The Avengers week, here is one more clip from the new film.
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