Wednesday Link-a-Mania

"Boreanaz Will Not be Green Lantern"
Latino Review seems fairly confident that the rumours about David Boreanaz being the Green lantern are hogwash. Their reasoning? They’ve seen the script, which says that the character is 27, making Boreanaz too old for the role. And the verdict on the script? “B+. Good. REALLY, REALLY GOOD. I had a ball reading it and got very into it.” The review also mentions that, “Alan Scott, aka, the first Green Lantern is also in this script and a major character, but I won’t say how.”

Screwy Ghost Tale
Kirsten Dunst is to star in a horror based on a novel about a woman who’s life starts to imitate the events in classic literary creepfest The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. The script for A Jealous Ghost is based on a 2005 novel by Brit newspaper columnist AN Wilson, according to The Hollywood Reporter .

Seven Dwarfs for Seven Associates
The Fox network is prepping a modern retelling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs called Georgia and the Seven Associates, according to The Hollywood Reporter . The hour-long comedy drama, to be co-produced by Tru Calling/First Wave exec Chris Brancato and Bert Salke, is described as a cross between The Devil Wears Prada and Taxi. Georgia Burnett is a young lawyer banished from a top law firm run by her stepmother who is forced to team up with seven quirky lawyers at a storefront legal office. The associates at the firm will have the personalities of the Seven Dwarfs. For instance, Doc is an ambulance chaser who carries neck braces in his trunk, and Sleepy is a bike messenger who parties at night and naps in the office. "The tone we are looking to do is grounded, and the humour comes out of the characters," says Brancato.

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