Zach Galifianakis Forced To Drop Out Of R.I.P.D.!
Here is a brief excerpt from the report over at Deadline.
The star of The Hangover and Due Date has had to pull out of the movie due to scheduling issue and the fact that Warner Bros might want to start production on a Green Lantern sequel...
Zach Galifianakis is withdrawing from starring with Ryan Reynolds in the Universal Pictures supernatural comedy R.I.P.D., which Robert Schwentke will direct. Galifianakis liked the project just fine--it's about a force of undead police officers based on the Peter Lenkov comic--but scheduling just got too hairy...But there was no certainty whether those plans would fit in because Warner Bros has an option on Reynolds, who might be obliged to do a sequel to Green Lantern quickly.
Stay tuned for more updates and details on the movie (possibly set to be released either in 2012 or 2013) as we have them!
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DEADPOOL Star Ryan Reynolds Covers GQ; Talks Return To CBMs, GREEN LANTERN, FF, & More
In a recent interview with GQ, Ryan Reynolds took a few minutes to share his thoughts on a variety of topics ranging from his upcoming film Deadpool, his return to superhero movies, his misstep with Green Lantern, the future of the Fantastic Four cast, and more! Come check it out!
R.I.P.D. Concept Art Reveals Unused Colossal Creature
Conceptual illustrator Alfonso De La Torre ("Green Lantern"), has posted three images of an unused creature for R.I.P.D.. The creature would've formed from many Deados combining to make one enormous beast. It was meant for the climax, but was canned.
The DVD Autopsy: R.I.P.D.
This was probably the worst release of summer. A dozen years in development, and a $130 million budget, led to only a few weeks in theaters and a miserable B.O. return. I carve into this disc to look for signs of death.