Also in Tuesday morning's round-up of news briefs, John Travolta will receive honors at a Swiss festival this fall. Rebel Wilson heads for a new indie project. And Woody Allen's next film is starting to take shape.
A Look at Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Tomb
Swedish filmmaker Mikael Håfström is directing Stallone and Schwarzenegger in The Tomb centered on a professional on structural security who must then escape a prison of his own design. A first-look from the new pic has headed into the blog-cyber-sphere, Deadline reports
John Travolta to Receive Zurich Film Festival Honors
The Zurich Film Festival will present John Travolta with its Lifetime Achievement Award - the Golden Eye - at its festival taking place September 20 - 30. He'll receive the award opening night ahead of the gala premiere of Oliver Stone's Savages, THR reports.
Rebel Wilson Set for Unicorn Store
Bachelorette star Rebel Wilson will star in indie feature Unicorn Store, which Miguel Arteta is set to direct, Variety reports.
Interns Expand Law Suit Against Twentieth Century Fox
Two interns who last year sued Fox Searchlight over unpaid work on the Oscar-winning film Black Swan are now expanding their legal action to include all internships at parent company Twentieth Century Fox. Alex Footman and Eric Glatt's latest suit could have a major impact on working practices in Hollywood, where unpaid internships have risen in recent years. Fox itself says it changed its guidelines in July 2010 to ensure that all interns are paid at least $8 an hour, The Guardian reports via THR.
Sales for Woody Allen's Next Film to be Handled by Focus
Woody Allen's next untitled film starring Alec Baldwin, Cate Blachet, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Michael Emerson, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard, Max Casella and Alden Ehrenreich will be sold through Focus Features International. Principal photography begins in San Francisco and New York next month, Deadline reports.