Trailers: Palm Pictures is releasing four new "Directors Label" DVDs (artsy!) on September 13th. If your Spike Jonze, Chris Cunningham and Michel Gondry collections are getting restless and in need of new, hip friends, you’ll now be able to introduce them to Anton Corbijn, Jonathan Glazer, Mark Romanek and Stephane Sednaoui, though chances are they’ll ditch you on the way to the party with their Ukrainian model girlfriends and “accidentally” forget to add your name to the list at the door. Trailer is here.
Other trailer: for Park Chan-wook’s "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance" (the first film in the revenge trilogy which includes "Oldboy" and which he just completed with "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance," in Korean theaters now) here. Opens in New York on August 19th.
Elsewhere, WENN claims that Sienna Miller, who was dropped from George Hickenlooper’s Edie Sedgwick biopic "Factory Girl" for not being enough of a name, has won the Edie role back now that the scandal surrounding her nanny-boinking boyfriend has at least temporarily given her a light dusting of fame.
Via Reuters, Haley Joel Osment, having weathered child stardom to reach an awkward, but impressively armed-robbery-free near-adulthood, will star in indie coming-of-age feature "Home of the Giants," written and directed by first-timer Rusty Gorman.
And, via the Hollywood Reporter, Nicole Kidman will star in "Invasion," a sci-fi flick to be directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel (of the Oscar-nominated Hitler’s last days thing "Downfall"). Originally conceived as a remake of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," its apparently going off in a different enough direction to warrant a terser title. We knew you were just goofing when you told the Telegraph you were going on a possibly two-year vacation, Nicole. And aren’t you about to fly off to make a Wong Kar Wai movie? Good luck getting that finished before the decade peters out.