Would You Watch an "It's a Small World" Movie?

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Would You Watch an "It's a Small World" Movie?
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If you answered yes, you're in luck! Deadline is reporting that Disney has brought Jon Turteltaub (director of National Treasure) on board to direct a movie based on the ride. Also reportedly working on the project is Jared Stern (writer of Wreck-It Ralph), and Dan Lin (producer on The Lego Movie).

A Sequel to "Mrs. Doubtfire" is in the Works!

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A Sequel to "Mrs. Doubtfire" is in the Works! View Fullscreen
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After 21 years the sequel is well on it's way to becoming a reality.

A followup film has been in the works since 2001 when Bonnie Hunt was chosen to write the script. But after many rewrites, David Berenbaum, writer of "Elf," has taken on the task.

Few details have yet to be released but according to Elite Daily Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus are on board!

Goonies Director Announces There's a Sequel in the Works!

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Goonies Director Announces There's a Sequel in the Works!
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Goonies director, Richard Donner, reveals that there will be a sequel to the 1980s adventure classic!



Goonies never say die, and apparently neither does the possibility of a follow-up film 30 years later. How do you feel about this? Should Chester Copperpot's search for One-Eyed Willie's treasure have ended with Mikey and the gang, or is there more mystery for an new generation kids from the goon docks?

Adaptation of the Day: Warner Bros May be Working on a Minecraft Movie

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Considering that The LEGO Movie has already grossed $280.5M in three weeks, this shouldn't come as a surprise. In addition to Minecraft creator Notch's tweet, rumors are circulating that Warner Bros has approached The LEGO Movie producer Roy Lee for the project.

Would you see a Minecraft movie?

Russel Crowe Gets Really Clingy, Begs the Pope to See His New Movie

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Russel Crowe Gets Really Clingy, Begs the Pope to See His New Movie
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If you've been paying attention to gigantic cardboard cutouts in your local movie theater lately, Russel Crowe is starring in Darren Aronofsky's Noah. The film (according to the trailer at least) promises to infuse the classic Biblical story with all the flair and destruction-oogling and superstar scene-stealing that defines blockbusters today. So, you know, the perfect movie for an austere Jesuit Pope.

Crowe was gosh-darn consistent trying to get the Pope's attention though:



And for the record, here's the trailer:



See? Perfect Pope-ly viewing material.