Apparently while he was being ridiculed by Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes over the weekend, Bruce Willis had other things on his mind, mainly the fact that he would be joining Sylvester Stallone for the sequel to Expendables. Stallone has previously stated on his twitter account that Willis would have a much larger role to play in the sequel and it looks like it’s gonna happen soon. When speaking to Yahoo after the globes he had this to say…
“Apparently it’s going to happen this year,” he said.
When asked if he will be in it — as has been rumored — Bruce confirmed the news.
“As far as I know, barring any unforeseen circumstances, but yeah, I would love to be a part of it,” he said.
It also looks like Jean Claude Van Damme will be joining the fray as well, as long as Steven Segal isn’t involved. Apparently they don’t play nice together.
According to screenterriers.com The final bit of re-shoots for the forthcoming final chapter in the Harry Potter saga has concluded and with that comes a bit of interesting casting news.
Up first is Ben Clarke who has apparently been cast as a young Severus Snape for the purpose of flash backs and back story. Not a bad choice I guess. Looks a lot like Snape, same hair and facial features. We’ll see how well he plays the nerdy younger version of Snape who once crooned for Potter’s mother in his childhood but ultimately lost out to her to the much more dashing James Potter.
Ben Clarke as Young Severus Snape…
now the spoilery stuff
Bertie Gilbert has been cast as Scorpius Malfoy(the son of Draco Malfoy), who appears in the final chapter of the book which takes place many years after the final battle. In this chapter of the book, quite a few of the main characters of the story have ventured back to Kings Crossing to send their children off to Hogwarts and do a little catching up around platform 9 and 8/4ths. It will be interesting to see if this ending stays the same or is adjusted to allow for future sequels not based on books (which has long been the rumor about town). Either way it gives us something to look forward to after the lackluster Deathly Hallows pt 1.
When it was posted on featurefilmauditions.com that Anna Faris was listed as a star of GHOSTBUSTERS III, It certainly piqued our interest here at thenoobnews.com home office. Just last weekend we spoke to Ernie Hudson, also know as Winston Zeddmore of the Ghostbusters, and he alluded to the fact that he would certainly love to see a female Ghostbuster added to the mix in the future. Less than ten days later the news drops that Anna Faris of Scary Movie fame (among many other things) would be joining the cast certainly seemed like a bit more than coincidence. She’s got comedic chops, she’s super hot, and she’s a pretty good actor to boot (see the brit pic, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel). While this could certainly be just a coincidence, you could do a lot worse than having Anna Faris break the glass ceiling and become the first female Ghostbuster…