Karl Urban reveals where a Dredd sequel could go. Check out new TV spots for Total Recall and Skyfall. The cast and crew reveal what's next on season three of The Walking Dead. Plus some American Horror Story casting updates!
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Top image from The Walking Dead.
Splice director Vincenzo Natali's planned adaption of William Gibson's cyberpunk classic is apparently still moving along, and now we might be on the verge of some major news. Mark Wahlberg and Liam Neeson have reportedly been offered two of the most important roles in the film, with Wahlberg playing the anti-hero computer cowboy Case and Neeson taking on the part of the former Green Beret Armitage. The latter part was originally linked to Bruce Willis. There's no way of knowing how serious these offers really are, although Wahlberg at least has a connection with the film's producer, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, with whom he worked on Shooter and Four Brothers. Natali will reportedly begin production on Neuromancer once he finishes up his current project Haunter, which should mean this movie could be ready for as soon as 2014. [Moviehole]
Here's the latest TV spot. [Coming Soon]
Star Karl Urban discusses why he's OK with there not being a sequel because this first movie is so good — a point we're actually kind of willing to back him up on — and then explains where he would want a hypothetical sequel to go: