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Disney, Weinstein Partner To Develop Artemis Fowl Movie!

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Eoin Colfer’s 12-year old criminal genius, Artemis Fowl is being developed as a movie. The Walt Disney Studios is developing the movie version – which would adapt the series’ first two books – with Harvey Weinstein. The temptation is to say that hell has just frozen over – Weinstein and Disney parted ways acrimoniously when, after he and his brother, Bob, tried to reacquire the Miramax library after having sold the company to Disney.

Now, with changes to studio leadership, Weinstein is happily working with The Mouse again because, among other reasons, “This is a special project for me because my children absolutely love this book. This story is for everyone and there is no one better than Disney to make a film that will excite people young and old.”

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Creepy Trailer For Apollo 18 Explains Why We Never Went Back!

The latest ‘found footage’ film, Apollo 18 suggests a really creepy reason why we’ve never been back to the moon.

Produced by Timur Bekmambetov [Night Watch, Wanted] and directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego, Apollo 18 chronicles the fate of the 1973 moon mission we never knew was sent. Apollo 18 arrives in theaters April 22, 2011.