..."The Dark Knight Rises," according to the Los Angeles Times, in an interview with director Christopher Nolan.
Nolan and his brother Jonathan are hard at work on a script for what they see as the final chapter in a Batman trilogy, set for release in July 2012.
As one might expect, much of it is shrouded in secrecy, including what, if anything, will be done about the late Heath Ledger's Joker character (last seen - spoiler alert! - tied up and hanging upside down off the side of a building).
Don't cry for Audrina Patridge.
Although – spoiler alert! - she was eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars" last night, she already has another gig: her own reality show!
Patridge, who previously starred on MTV's "The Hills," will be headlining a project for VH1, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The show, which does not yet have a title and will be produced by Mark Burnett of "Survivor" fame, will follow "the aspiring actress and her family as they navigate through celebrity and Hollywood," says the publication.
Director Doug Liman, famous for his movie "The Bourne Identity," admits that casting Sean Penn in Summit Entertainment's docu-drama spy thriller "Fair Game" was "blissful ignorance."
The film, opening in theaters on November 5, documents the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame by Bush administration officials, and the attacks on her husband, former Ambassador Joe Wilson.
Academy Award winner Sean Penn was Liman's first choice to play Wilson, and while getting him on board proved challenging, it wasn't impossible thanks to Naomi Watts, Liman's first choice to play Plame.
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