Andy Serkis playing Gollum again, 'Ghostbusters 3' has a script

gollum-andy-serkis.jpg Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" starts shooting in February, and Andy Serkis is the latest member of the "Lord of the Rings" cast to reprise his role for the two-part prequel. Ian McKellen and Christopher Lee are reportedly still in talks, with the ink already dry on Cate Blanchett and Elijah Wood's contracts. [ Deadline]

The long-discussed "Ghostbusters 3" could happen after all. The first two installments' director and producer Ivan Reitman says there is "a very good script" and it's already in Bill Murray's hands. [ AP]

The American Society of Cinematographers has announced the feature-film nominees for its 25th annual awards. They are Matthew Libatique ("Black Swan"), Wally Pfister ("Inception"), Danny Cohen ("The King's Speech"), Jeff Cronenweth ("The Social Network") and Roger Deakins ("True Grit"). [ ASC]

The Alliance of Women Film Journalists have an extra special recognition in their 2010 EDA Awards. Amidst an almost entirely sincere list of winners, Mel Gibson takes home the "Sexist Pig Award." Zing! [ Movieline]

Expectations aren't exactly "high" for "The Green Hornet," but a new promo focuses on what could be the film's biggest asset: Christoph Waltz [ Vulture]

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