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November 11, 2009

Mel Gibson was too short to play James Bond

The 'Braveheart' star's 5ft 9in frame was deemed unsuitable to make a convincing portrayal of the iconic British spy - who is currently played by Daniel Craig - while producer Albert R 'Cubby' Broccoli was also concerned that he was too famous for the role.

Scriptwriter Tom Mankiewicz - who wrote James Bond favourites 'The Man With The Golden Gun' and 'Live And Let Die' - said: "At one point Mel Gibson wanted to play Bond. And Cubby was against it. Cubby first of all had a thing about tall people.

"Bond had to be tall. And so Mel Gibson was too short. But he was a big star.

"Somebody at United Artists said to me, 'Call him and tell him Mel Gibson would be great.' And Cubby said, 'I don't want to make a Mel Gibson movie, I want to make a James Bond movie.'"

While Mel was desperate to portray James Bond, fellow Hollywood star Gerard Butler recently insisted he would never want to take on the role.

He said:"I enjoy doing an array of films. If I was to play Bond, that would quickly stop. How likely would I be accepted doing those roles after having played Bond?

"People outside of movies think it would be amazing to play 007, but as an actor you think, 'Well I don't know because from then on...'

"You do a lot of movies as Bond and you'd become even more synonymous with the role. I think Daniel Craig is a great Bond and good for him, but I would much rather create a role from nothing."

JIm Carrey has blasted Tom Cruise and Angelina Jolie

The 'Christmas Carol' star appeared on US chat show 'Chelsea Lately' stating he wanted to cut some celebrities down to size, branding them "spoiled brats".

When host Chelsea Handler suggested he start with Tom Cruise, Jim replied: "Oh, set before me a meal - oh my God! A Christmas feast!"

He sarcastically added: "Tom Cruise - let me see - one of the hardest working people I've ever seen and, like, a total gentleman and *******. What a jerk!"

He was much keener on Chelsea's next suggestion, Brad Pitt, however.

Jim, 47, jokingly said: "Well you really can't say anything about Brad Pitt. Angelina Jolie? Oh yeah, so she's the problem for sure, we're ok with him, seriously, because he can do no wrong."

Jim also said that despite appearing in 'A Christmas Carol' as central character Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past , present and future, he doesn't have any paranormal connections himself.

Referring to his partner, model Jenny McCarthy, he added: "I don't really have that connection. Jenny is very much more connected to the ghostly realm. She sees things every once in a while, she'll yell, 'There's a naked wrinkled man in the bedroom, I think he might be dead and looking for the other side'."

'A Christmas Carol' is in cinemas now.

November 7, 2009

Johnny Depp to play The Tourist to Angelina Jolie's Interpol agent

Johnny Depp is deep in talks to star opposite Angelina Jolie in the film The Tourist. In the film, Depp would play an American tourist drawn into a web of intrigue by a female Interpol agent (Jolie) who is attempting to locate a criminal who was once her lover.

No director is attached to the film as yet, but the word on the street is that Children of Men helmer Alfonso Cuaron is being lined up to step behind the camera.

Graham King will produce the film with Tim Headington, Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum and Jonathan Glickman. Julian Fellowes penned the original script; Christopher McQuarrie and Jeffrey Nachmanoff did rewrites, according to Variety.

Sandra Bullock's Bottom Success

Sandra Bullock thinks baring her bottom made her last film a hit.

'The Proposal' star said she is glad she stripped off for the romantic comedy - in which she starred opposite Ryan Reynolds - because the nude scenes were what helped make it a success.

Speaking about why the movie did well at the box office, Sandra, 45, said: "We had all the right people, the right elements in the right place. But to be honest I think nudity had a great deal to do with it. People liked it."

Milla Jovovich's Resident Evil Hypothermia Worries

Milla Jovovich is worried she'll catch hypothermia on the set of 'Resident Evil Afterlife'.

The Ukranian born model turned actress told how she's been feeling the elements while filming scenes for the new film, with sees Milla return as Alice, joined by co-stars Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller, in Canada.

She wrote on her twitter blog: "Wow, just finished a scene with Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller on a skiff approaching the huge ship. To say it's cold is a joke. A bitter joke.

October 8, 2009

All the single ladies, put your hands up if you're going to play Wonder Woman!

Okay, so here's a bolt from the blue -- or a a lassooooooo from the hip. It seems that Beyonce is now in talks to become the new WONDER WOMEN in a new movie, based on the DC comic book.

The writers of GI JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA and the director of MAX PAYNE, John Moore, are behind the movie, and Beyonce is said to be meeting up next week to discuss the part.

Beyonce told a press conference that being cast as the character "would be a very bold choice. A black Wonder Woman would be a powerful thing", adding that "it would be a dream come true" to land the part.

The singer/ actress has apparently already met with Warner Brothers and DC bosses, according to sources. The film could possibly even begin production in mid-2010 for a late 2011 release.

Adrien Brody is the new Schwarzenegger

Hollywood hunk Adrien Brody has signed on the dotted line to star in PREDATORS, the remake/ reboot of the classic 1980's film PREDATOR. The surprising thing is that he is playing the role made famous by one Arnold Schwarzenegger. Oh yes.

The film is about to get going over in Hawaii and already has a release date set for July 9, 2010.

Brody joins Alice Braga, Danny Trejo, Walton Goggins, Oleg Taktarov, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali and Louiz Ozawa in the film, which is produced by Robert Rodriguez and directed by Nimrod Antal.

The word is that Brody has signed to star in any sequels to this film too. Hollywood's new action star?