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Scary Movie 5 Could Be On It's Way

Dimension Films has tapped Stephen Leff, John Aboud (The Comebacks) and Michael Colton (The Comebacks) to pen Scary Movie 5 , the latest entry in the horror spoof franchise that kicked off in 2000 under the direction of the Wayans brothers , and grossed nearly $300 million worldwide. Bloody Disgusting is being told that Dimension is hoping to bring back stars Anthony Anderson (Scary Movie 3, Scary Movie 4, Scream 4), Regina Hall (Scary Movie 1-4) and Kevin Hart (Scary Movie 3, Scary Movie 4, Superhero Movie), who have all appeared in multiple franchise sequels. Offers have been made, although nothing has been signed yet. No word on if David Zucker is directing. Let's hope not. There have been a wide variety of rumored cast members ranging from Anna Faris to Hulk Hogan , with an October 2009 report claiming the franchise would be remade. The only thing officially announced is that an April 20, 2012 date is hoped to be made. Please Leave A Comment-

2010 Best Wrestling Moments

Wrestling Just Ain't The Same As 2011 quickly approaches, it's time to reflect on the 10 biggest pro wrestling stories of 2010. 1. Shawn Michaels retires : His body battered after 26 years inside the ring, Michaels decided to call it a career. But before leaving World Wrestling Entertainment, the 45-year-old Michaels turned in one final performance worth remembering: a fabulous headline bout last April against The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 26. Unlike Ric Flair, another grappling legend who resurfaced in 2010, Michaels actually seems committed to staying out of action. Michaels could return as a guest referee for Wrestlemania 27 provided The Undertaker is able to wrestle following recent rotator cuff surgery. Read more after Jump.. 2. The short-lived Monday night " war ": So much for TNA Wrestling recapturing the magic of the mid-1990s, when World Championship Wrestling and WWE battled for television ratings supremacy. After a January special drew surprisi

Hulk Hogan Set "TNA " Record On Spike TV

Hulk Hogan Set "TNA " Record This guy still has it. I always get pumped when I see Hulk walk towards the ring and talk the talk. He still got the 24" pythons working over the crowd. Hulkamania will not die. The return of Hulk Hogan to pro wrestling gave Spike TV's "TNA Impact" its highest ratings ever Monday night. The special live three-hour edition of "Impact" drew 2.2 million viewers, making it the most-watched episode in the franchise's history. Please Leave A Comment- Source- THR