David O. Russell to Terrorize Young Teens in Love
Today in Hollywood Ink: David O. Russell tries his hand at John Hughesian high school comedies, Ralph Fiennes mulls lording over the Clash of the Titans underworld, and Elm Street finds a star comfortable in the genre.
· With the completed Nailed in ThinkFilm limbo, esoteric auteur and Lily Tomlin verbal sparring partner David O. Rusell moves on to his next project: a romance called Aaron and Sarah, plotting the unlikely romance between a high school nerd and the homecoming queen. Variety
· Ralph Fiennes is in "advanced negotiations" to star as Hades Lord of the Underworld in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, though scheduling conflicts with his other supreme evil revenue churner--playing Voldemort in the final Harry Potter installment (sad face?)--could prevent him from facing down Liam "Zeus" Neeson in a fireball/thunderbold Greek god throwdown. Variety
· The Haunting in Connecticut star Kyle Gallner continues to establish himself as the John Barrymore of affluent-suburb-bevisited-by-unspeakable-supernatural-terror genre by winning a role in the A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot. Variety