Tuesday Link-A-Mania

ScreenCrush has the new official new photo of Matt Damon in director Neil (District 9) Blomkamp’s forthcoming Elysium. It’s not radically different to the first photo, but if you like bald men with big guns…

The Hollywood Reporter reckons that four more actors auditioned for the role of Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 on Monday. They were: Douglas Booth (Noah), Sam Claflin (Snow White And The Huntsman), Boyd Holbrook (The Host) and Eddie Redmayne (My Week with Marilyn).

• The BBC documentary Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die, and Charlie Brooker’s Channel 4 anthology series Black Mirror have were both (well deserved) winners at the 40th International Emmy Awards. Regis Philbin hosted the event held yesterday at the New York Hilton. Oddly no recognition yet again for cult Latverian superhero show Spider-Monkey Man…  [via Deadline]

• Adrianne Palicki – unfortunate star of the notorious dire Wonder Woman pilot by Ally McBeal creator David E Kelley that was never picked up for a series – tells Collider that she hasn’t given up on the role for good: “I was devastated. Believe me, I was inconsolable for a good two months. And then, I had to realize that I had a Wonder Woman costume fitted for my body. I got to play that part on film. Not many people get to say that, and that’s cool. Maybe I’ll get to do it again, in a bigger arena. Who knows?”

• Oh dear. [via Fandango]

• More natter from George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy.

Kick-Ass 2 star Christopher Mintz-Plasse tweeted this pic from the final week of shooting for the sequel.

• Ang Lee finally admits to Vulture that his version of the Hulk was a wee bit too worthy: “My problem is that I took the whole thing too seriously. I should have had more fun with it, instead of all the psychodrama! [Laughs.]”