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Nick Stahl, most recently seen as the murdered son of “In The Bedroom”, has been signed to take over the role of John Conner in “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”. Shooting on the third installment of the popular Sci-fi series begins April 15 in L.A. Jonathan Mostow directs, and Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises the role that made him famous. David Carradine, beloved for his portrayal of Caine in the TV series “Kung Fu”, has taken over the role of Bill in the Quentin Tarantino kung-fu revenge story “Kill Bill”. Carradine takes over from Warren Beatty who was set to star. The film will also star Uma Thurman, with Lucy Liu and several Tarantino regulars in negotiations. Tarantino himself is rumoured to play a 150-year-old Kung Fu master named Pai Mei. Shooting begins in late spring. Jim Carrey will star in “Bruce Almighty”, for Universal pictures.

Carrey will play a man who constantly questions God’s judgement, and ends up being granted supreme power for 1 day to prove it isn’t easy to rule the universe. Filming begins in July. Will Smith is set to produce, and may star in, a remake of “Uptown Saturday Night”, the 1974 Bill Cosby / Sidney Poitier comedy about two buddies chasing the thugs who stole their winning lotto ticket. The production deal also covers remakes of the two sequels – “Let’s Do It Again”, and “A Piece Of The Action”.

Guillermo Del Toro, who recently put “Blade 2” at the top of the Box Office list, may work with Dreamworks on an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s classic story “At The Mountains Of Madness”. It is the story of a team of arctic explorers who unearth an ancient city and awaken an unnatural evil. Paramount Pictures is working on a contemporary film update of “The Honeymooners”. The classic TV show centred around quick-tempered bus driver Ralph Kramden and his wife Alice, and their relationship with their best friends and neighbours, the Nortons. Rumours abound that “House Of 1000 Corpses”, the long-suffering horror film by macabre rocker Rob Zombie, may finally find a home. During recent stage shows Zombie has been mentioning that the film will see theatrical release this Halloween. The film had been dropped by Universal rather than force cuts to bring the rating down from an NC-17. The film now has a tentative release date of October 18, 2002.

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