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Remember awhile back there was talk of another Austin Powers movie? You’d forgotten about the prospect of it, hadn’t you? Well, it’s time to start thinking again about the world of “The International Man of Mystery,” as it looks like another Austin Powers is still in the works. Last we reported on Austin Powers 4 was back in July 2008, when Mike Myers had started writing it alongside Mike McCullers (co-writer of the second and third Powers movies). The plot was said to focus on Dr. Evil and more specifically his relationship with his son Scott… Wait, wasn’t that part of the plot in every Austin Powers movie so far?… We speculated back when that Jay Roach, director of the entire Austin Powers trilogy, would likely be back to helm Austin Powers 4, and that appears to still be the case. Last week at ShoWest in Las Vegas, Roach was honored with the Comedy Director of the Decade Award (on top of the Austin Powers movies, Roach is best known for Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers). While chatting to the director about the award, MTV managed to slip in some questions about Austin Powers 4. Roach responded: “[Mike Myers is] working on ideas for it, peop


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Millar Says Wanted 2 Will Get New Comic Character to Continue March 24, 2010 Source: MTV by Alex Billington A couple of weeks back it was reported that Angelina Jolie was "ditching" the Wanted sequel to supposedly move on to Alfonso Cauron's new sci-fi project Gravity (even though it turns out she's no longer attached to that). Some reports were saying this might mean the death of that sequel, but author Mark Millar recently spoke with MTV and confirmed that Universal and director Timur Bekmambetov are planning to move on without Jolie and put together the film anyway with a new character from the comic book in place of Jolie. "What they're talking about is just moving on with the story and doing it properly," Millar said. Read on! Hopefully you've seen Wanted if you're reading this, because Millar drops one hell of a big spoiler. "They killed off the most recognizable character, but I thought it was great to do that," Millar told MTV. "It was so ballsy to kill off the one person you didn't expect to die." What a great way to get rid of Angelina Jolie from this series, but Universal was hoping she'd return because I'm sure they don't think this sequel will be a success


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Which way will he go? Smith to choose between 'Men' and 'City' By PAMELA MCCLINTOCK, TATIANA SIEGEL Will Smith is pondering which ship he'll captain next. It's down to two choices: Sony's "Men in Black III" or 20th Century Fox's fantasy-adventure "The City That Sailed." Each project has particular appeal for the actor. Smith's production company Overbrook Films developed "City that Sailed" and brought it to Fox, which embraced the family property. Penned by Andrew Niccol, "City that Sailed" revolves around a New York street magician who is unhappily separated from his young daughter. The girl, who moves to London, finds magic candles that make her wishes comes true, with unintended consequences: The island of Manhattan separates from the continent and floats toward England, bringing her dad ever closer. There's no director yet on the project. The "Men in Black" franchise, of course, has been a box office goldmine for Smith, and Sony. First film, released in 1997, grossed $587.8 million worldwide. The 2002 sequel earned $441.8 million globally. It's been a while since Smith graced the bigscreen. His last film, Sony's drama "Seven Pounds," was released in D


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