Hosts: David McVay, Josh Philpott & Richard Gray
Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for March 12th, 2012. This week the Ouija movie is back, Topher Grace re-cuts Star Wars, Chronicle 2 could be on its way, Johnny Depp may have just gone too far for The Lone Ranger, Nicolas Cage becomes the subject of the movie Action No. 1, we get a peek at The Hunger Games and much, much more!
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Talk about budget cuts, Ouija is back in the news
Max Landis to script Chronicle 2 for Fox
Johnnie To‘s film Life Without Principle
Topher Grace re-edits the Star Wars Prequels and makes them better
Disney Developing Sci-Fi Space Adventure Paladin
Bindlestiffs red band trailer and the film is picked up for Kevin Smith’s label
Is there a film here?!?! Action No. 1 has been picked up by Lionsgate
First Photo of Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in The Lone Ranger
Joss Whedon discusses his ideas for The Avengers 2
John Carter Falls to Earth (RANT TIME!!!)
A last minute clip for The Hunger Games hits the net
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