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Universal Hires Hunger Games Writer for Their Mummy Remake In Case The Writer They Already Have Doesn’t Work Out

So, you remember how Underworld‘s Len Wiseman is directing a Mummy remake? I don’t blame you if you don’t; since the news broke last September we’ve heard virtually nothing about it. But today there’s a curious tidbit from of Vulture: Though the movie already has one screenwriter, Universal has hired another screenwriter to pen a second, competing script. That writer? The Hunger GamesBilly Ray

So, are the two writers going to fight to the death to get their version made, or…?

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Great Hera!

“I Never Really Understand When People Say That I Like Playing Strong Characters.”

I never really understand when people say that I like playing strong characters. I always find that a little weird because, I could be wrong, but I don’t think people ever say that to men. It’s like, well what should I play, a weak character? Does that mean that I can lift weights? I guess it means strong-minded, right? But it’s weird because people never say that about a male actor — Michael Fassbender or George Clooney, for example — that they love playing strong characters. It’s a weird gender thing.Rachel Weisz to The Sun.

Rachel Weisz, professional pretend action librarian, lays out some truth.

Previously in Female Characters

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Watch The First Trailer For Oz: The Great And Powerful

A lot of new footage is being premiered at Comic-Con this weekend in San Diego. Some of it will be delivered to the masses post-con, some won’t, and plenty will even though it’s not supposed to. But what we have here is the first look from Disney at director Sam Raimi’s dive into the world of L. Frank Baum, Oz: The Great and Powerful. The film stars James Franco as Oz himself, Mila Kunis as Theodora, Rachel Weisz as Evanora, and Michelle Williams as Glinda. You won’t see the Scarecrow, Tin Man, or Cowardly Lion in this film apparently but you will see Raimi’s pal Bruce Campbell (just not in this trailer) and the 1973 Oldsmobile. Oh and, don’t adjust your monitors.

(via Blastr)