By Kate Ward
October 12, 2010 at 09:45 PM EDT

  • Audiences will have to wait to sit in the dark for Dark: Release dates for The Debt and Guillermo del Toro’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark have been delayed following Disney’s decision to sell the two films to Filmyard Holdings. Originally slated for Dec. 29, 2010 and Jan. 21, 2011, respectively, the two films will likely go to the big screen later in 2011. [L.A. Times]
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  • James Woods and Paul Giamatti are the latest to join the cast of HBO’s TV movie Too Big to Fail. In the telefilm — which focuses on the 2007 financial collapse — Giamatti will have to settle for Merlot play Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, while Woods will play Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld. [Variety]
  • The Cartoon Network better fireproof its headquarters: The network has announced it will adapt How to Train Your Dragon into a live-action series. [The Wrap]
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