Nicolas Cage in "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"
Nicolas Cage returns in 'Sorcerer'
Nicolas Cage returns to the big screen this summer in the highly anticipated release of Disney’s “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.” The film follows a sorcerer in the midst of defending New York City from his arch nemesis. When he learns he can’t do it alone, he recruits a seemingly average guy to become his protégé. From producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Jon Turteltaub, the team behind the “National Treasure” franchise, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” hits theatres July 16th, 2010.
“Men in Black” trilogy
Josh Brolin (“W.”) could soon become the newest addition to the highly successful “Men in Black” franchise. The L.A. Times reports Columbia Pictures is considering bringing the actor onboard to star in the third film. No word what character he’ll play, however insiders believe he could either be a new government agent or perhaps play Tommy Lee Jones character as a young man. Will Smith is in talks to return for the third film, but no word whether Jones will resume his role. Barry Sonnenfeld, the director of the first two movies, is also in talks to return behind the camera. “Men in Black: 3” is slated to hit theatres in 2011.
“Men in Black”
Released: July 2nd, 1997
Budget: $90 million
Box office revenue: $589 million worldwide
“Men in Black: 2”
Released: July 3rd, 2002
Budget: $140 million
Box office revenue: $441 million worldwide
“Yogi” to hit theatres
It was a popular television cartoon for years and now the famed adventures of “Yogi Bear” is moving to the big screen. The movie follows a documentary filmmaker who travels to Jellystone Park to shoot a project and soon crosses paths with Yogi Bear, Boo-Boo, and Ranger Smith. Dan Akroyd will voice the title character ‘Yogi’ along with Justin Timberlake who will play his sidekick ‘Boo-Boo.’ The 3D live-action/CG animated “Yogi Bear” is set to hit theatres December 17th, 2010.
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