'GAME OF THRONES' MOVIE IS JUST A RUMOR: George R.R. Martin and HBO are denying the rumor that there is a Game of Thrones movie in the works. The author said in a statement, "There's been talk about it. I'd love to see one, but nothing is decided." He also wrote on his LiveJournal page, "No one is working on any movie just now. And if there was a movie, it would not be about Robert's Rebellion." HBO also denied the rumor which was originated by Daily Star.
USA CANCELS 'GRACELAND': USA has announced that Graceland has been cancelled after three seasons. Creator Jeff Eastin tweeted on Thursday (October 1st,) "Just got the word, there will be no more #Graceland TV. Thank you to the best cast, crew and fans in television." The final episode aired on September 17th.
JAMES WAN ADAPTING 'THE BOY WHO DREW MONSTERS': Director James Wan is producing a big screen adaptation of Keith Donohue's 2014 novel, The Boy Who Drew Monsters. The book is about a 10-year-old boy who has Asperger's and is agoraphobic but has the ability to make anything he draws come to life. He happens to enjoy drawing monsters. Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing will write the script.
DANIEL CRAIG ISN'T DONE WITH JAMES BOND: Despite rumors of possible replacements, Daniel Craig claims he isn't done playing James Bond after Spectre. The 47-year-old told UK's Event magazine, "I'm contracted for one more -- but I'm not going to make predictions. I work myself to death. It's getting harder. But such is life. I'll keep going as long as I'm physically able." Spectre hits theaters on November 6th.
ABC RENEWS '500 QUESTIONS': ABC has picked up 500 Questions for a second season. The Mark Burnett/Mike Darnell-produced game show aired back in May for seven straight nights. The show challenges contestants to answer 500 general knowledge questions without getting three wrong in a row. The second season will air next year.