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IMDB shows brandon Routh makin some movies!!!
i remember for the longest time after Superman Returns nobody bothered with the guy then Zack and Miri comes out... IMDB shows he has atleast 5 or 6 movies under his belt that he is in the process of making which is awesome!! plus someone posted up a big of a bulker brandon which i will post the link to show all of you. its a pic of his arms crossed.. either hes goofing off or he is trying to prove to us that he is willing and ready to throw on the tights again..

be cool


Edited by EMM622 on 27/03/2009 19:34

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Brandon Routh stars in DEAD OF NIGHT
Table for Three

From Variety: Starz sets 'Table for Three'
Starz Prods. has launched production of ensemble comedy "Table for Three," with Brandon Routh, Sophia Bush, Jesse Bradford, Jennifer Morrison, Johnny Galecki and Lisa Lapira.

Michael Samonek directs from his own screenplay.

Story centers on a suddenly single young man who invites a "perfect couple" to share his large apartment, only to see them completely disrupt his life when they insert themselves into his new romance. Routh ("Superman Returns"Wink has the lead role while Bradford ("W"Wink and Bush ("One Tree Hill"Wink portray the couple.

Nathan Reimann and Melissa Jones produce, with Karen Bailey exec producing. "Table" is slated for theatrical release later this year,

Starz Prods., a unit of Starz Media, is also prepping the release of comedy "Lower Learning."
Dead of Night aka Dylan Dog

From Variety: Brandon Routh set to play 'Dead'
Brandon Routh is returning to the world of comicbook heroes.

The "Superman Returns" star will topline "Dead of Night," based on the bestselling Italian comicbook series "Dylan Dog," for Hyde Park and Platinum Studios.

Kevin Munroe will direct from a script by "Sahara" scribes Joshua Oppenheimer and Thomas Dean Donnelly.

Routh will play a private investigator who is drawn into the world of the undead.

Created by Tiziano Sclavi, "Dylan Dog" was first published in 1986 and has been translated into 17 languages.

Hyde Park topper Ashok Amritraj will produce alongside Platinum's Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who brought the "Men in Black" franchise to Sony. Hyde Park's Patrick Aiello will exec produce alongside Randy Greenberg.

Hyde Park and Platinum have tapped Al Ovadia & Associates as worldwide agent for merchandising both the film and the comicbook property. The company has managed a number of merchandising programs, including Fox's global launch of "The Simpsons Movie."

Hyde Park is in production on the vidgame-based "Street Fighter," being directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak.

Platinum, which controls a library of more than 5,600 comicbook characters, is developing a number of projects including "Atlantis Rising" at DreamWorks and "Unique" at Walt Disney Pictures.

Routh can next be seen alongside Billy Bob Thornton and Kim Basinger in drama "The Informers."
The Informers

From Variety: Thornton, Basinger join 'Informers'
Senator Entertainment has set Billy Bob Thornton and Kim Basinger for "The Informers," an ensemble drama based on short stories by Bret Easton Ellis.

Pic will star Brandon Routh ("Superman Returns"Wink, Austin Nichols ("John From Cincinnati"Wink, Ashley Olsen, Jon Foster and Lou Pucci ("Thumbsucker"Wink.

The drama is set over the course of a week in 1983, in the chillingly nihilistic world of Ellis' youth in Los Angeles. Seven storylines intersect, involving movie execs, rock stars, a vampire and other morally challenged characters. Gregor Jordan ("Buffalo Soldiers"Wink is directing.

Production begins in October in L.A., Uruguay and Buenos Aires.

Senator's Marco Weber will produce and Vanessa Coifman is exec producer. Ellis wrote the script with Nicholas Jarecki, who's also exec producing.

While Ellis novels "American Psycho," "Less than Zero" and "The Rules of Attraction" have been turned into films, "The Informers" is the first one he had a hand in adapting. Jarecki just directed "The Outsider," a Showtime docu about indie director James Toback.

From Variety: Jackson to star in 'Unthinkable'

Senator Entertainment has greenlit Samuel L. Jackson thriller "Unthinkable" with Gregor Jordan ("The Informers"Wink attached to direct with production starting Sept. 2 in Michigan.

Senator will produce and finance with topper Marco Weber and Caldecot Chubb producing. Worldwide sales will be handled by Kimmel Intl., headed by Mark Lindsay.

Story centers on a major threat to the United States when the locations of three nuclear devices are shrouded in secrecy by a single terrorist. With only two days before they are deployed, a black-ops interrogator and a female FBI agent have to decide how far they will go to find them.

"Unthinkable" is the second collaboration between Jordan and Weber, who recently completed production on "The Informers," starring Kim Basinger, Billy Bob Thornton, Winona Ryder and Mickey Rourke. That film will be released later this year.

Senator recently announced it was fast-tracking "Clock Tower" and has also optioned Brad Kessler novel, "Birds in Fall."

From Movieweb: 4 Do the Unthinkable
Brandon Routh, Gil Bellows, Martin Donovan and Carrie-Anne Moss have boarded the suspense thriller Unthinkable.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the quartet joins Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Sheen.

Routh and Bellows play members of an FBI anti-terrorism team run by Agent Brody (Moss). With the help of a black-ops agent (Jackson), they're assigned by an FBI director (Donovan) to interrogate an American Muslim man (Sheen) claiming to have nuclear bombs planted in three U.S. cities.

Principal photography is set to begin Oct. 20 in Los Angeles.
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