Entertainment Roundup: LOST Finale, Wanted 2, Men in Black 3 (And More)

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Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Adventureland) might replace Angelina Jolie in Wanted 2. [via Collider]

Is this LOST finale call sheet the real deal? SPOILERS [via Deadspin]

World War Z author Max Brooks says that a screenplay is only “a few weeks away” [via MTV]

LOST star Daniel Dae Kim has been cast in action thriller Deathgames opposite Samuel L. Jackson (Snakes on a Plane) and Kellan Lutz (Twilight). Kim will also star in CBS pilot Hawaii Five-O, a remake of the classic show. [via The Hollywood Reporter]

Breck Eisner (The Crazies) could be directing a remake of 1981’s Escape From New York [via Collider]

Could High School Musical‘s Vanessa Hudgens be Spider-Woman? [via Slash Film]

Men In Black director Barry Sonnenfeld confirms that the third installment of the franchise will be shown in 3D and that both Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are on board for the film, which may hit screens as early as May 2011. [via MTV]

Yet another version of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis will debut this week at the TMC Film Festival after 25 minutes of lost footage was discovered in Argentina. [via L.A. Times]

Pixar green lights a Monsters Inc. sequel, set for release in 2012 [via Collider]

Avatar set a new record for first-day sales of a Blu-ray disc. The James Cameron blockbuster sold 1.5 million copies during its first day on the shelves, beating out The Dark Knight for the top spot. [via The Hollywood Reporter]

Ridley Scott talks details of upcoming Alien prequel: “It’s set in 2085, about 30 years before Sigourney [Weaver’s character Ellen Ripley]. It’s fundamentally about going out to find out ‘Who the hell was that Space Jockey?’ The guy who was sitting in the chair in the alien vehicle — there was a giant fellow sitting in a seat on what looked to be either a piece of technology or an astronomer’s chair. … [The film] is about the discussion of terraforming — taking planets and planetoids and balls of earth and trying to terraform, seed them with the possibilities of future life.” [via Slash Film]

Sony confirms that the release date for The Green Hornet (starring Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz and Christoph Waltz) has been pushed back from Dec. 22 to Jan. 14, 2011 to allow time for the film to be converted into 3D. [via Collider]