Film Intel's Final Word

What happened this week and why you shouldn't care.

Norton And Marvel Part Company. Split Not Amicable.

Story: The Telegraph

We hate seeing stuff like this. Why do studio bigwigs thing it is OK to start flinging mud in public? Have your arguments in private, you wouldn't like Ed when he's angry.

Ruffalo Latest Surprising Name For Marvel's Avengers.

Story: Nerdles

Directly related to the above, this rather caught us (and everybody else) by surprise this week. Apparently, the story of the next Hulk film will be an indie, revolving around Hulk trying to get to grips with the fact that he is a father after his baby Hulks decide to bring him into their lives. Or, we may have got confused somewhat.

Noel Clarke Eyes Sci-Fi Next.

Story: Empire

Which reflects the growing trend for young directors to expand their horizons and take on different genres. Coming next from Robert Rodriguez: Machete 2: A Love Story.

And finally...

From the files of 'why the hell is this happening?' and 'we certainly do not want to see this', Ghost Rider 2 has been confirmed according to Slash Film with Nicholas 'I emphasis the end of EVERY SENTENCE' Cage confirmed as returning. Neveldine and Taylor, the directorial duo behind Crank, will direct in what people are already calling 'The Worst Film. Ever'.


  1. Rumors going that Sharlto Copley may be the Hulk. So much win in that statement, my man.

  2. Why, why Ghost Rider revisited?

  3. Simon - Not seen that one yet but I can believe they've not settled yet. Really hope this isn't about to be a SPIDER-MAN level casting rumour mill. When Norton was dropped didn't one publication run Phoenix as 'confirmed' straight away?

    Andrew - Yes completely agree. First one was one of the worst films I've seen in a long time.