Lost in News Wonderland Wednesday 12.16.09

Lost in News brings you the coolest movie news making the rounds on the internet and brings it to you so you don’t have to go looking for it. Have a hot tip or an item we missed? Send me an email John at (replace at with @) lostinreviews.com or leave a comment below.

The Golden Globe nominations seemed to steal most of the news head lines so today’s column will be pretty short in what I am dubbing weak Wednesday…

Another trailer for the Tim Burton directed Alice in Wonderland sprung up early this morning. (First Showing)

The first official picture for The Runaways bio pic staring Twilight stars Kristen Stewart as Joan Jett and Dakota Fanning as Cheerie Currie has found it’s way online. (Click to enlarge)

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The film has also found a distributor as it prepares for it’s debut at Sundance next month prior to it’s release in March of next year.(/Film)

With the The Wolfman set to premiere in theaters come Feburary Universal is already reading a remake of another one of their classic horror franchises with Creature from the Black Lagoon. Word is Carl Erik Rinsch is being brought on board to direct. Rinsch was previous tapped by Riddley Scott to direct the Alien prequel until he decided to do it himself.(Variety)

InceptionPosterA poster for the Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight) directed Inception has turned up. It reminds me of the awesome Joker poster that fist appeared for The Dark Knight right down to the font. (Click pic to enlarge)

Rounding out today’s very short news is a peak at some concept art from the Fantastic Mr. Fox. Most all of us here at Lost in Reviews loved the film and there is some pretty cool art work for this wonderful film (/Film by way of artist Xanga site)

By John Coovert

John Coovert

About John Coovert

John was fortunate enough to be born in one of the most magical times of cinema: the eighties. Having an ultra cool aunt that introduced him to awesome sci-fi (Alien, Aliens, Terminator, Predator) and horror (Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Jaws) on VHS, and a cool mom that took him to the theater to see films like Back to the Future, Return of the Jedi, and Goonies, it's no wonder he fell in love with one of the finest forms of escapist entertainment, film. John continues to appreciate all forms of film, actively seeking out information and discussing it with all who will listen.

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