David Yates, director of the last four "Harry Potter" films, is teaming up with the BBC to bring "Doctor Who" to the big screen. There is one catch.
"Russell T. Davies and then Steven Moffat have done their own transformations, which were fantastic, but we have to put that aside and start from scratch," said Yates.
That's right, the movie will have nothing to do with the television series. This could actually be a good thing as the show would not have to be written around the movie. Yates
After wrapping production on "The Avengers," Joss Whedon took twelve days to shoot a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." No word one what, if anything, is changed from the original script. It will be the first film produced by Whedon's micro-studio Bellwether Pictures.
"The film features a stellar cast of beloved (or soon to be beloved) actors – some of them veterans of Shakespearean theater, some completely new to the form. But all dedicated to the idea that this sto