Byline: Amanda Schurr
We're barely two weeks into the new millennium and the movie studios have already taken leave of their collective sense.
What other way to explain the following industry news? In a move with "colossal disaster" written all over it, Universal Studios is apparently proceeding with a sequel to the blockbuster Academy Award-winner "Silence of the Lambs." This, despite the absence of one minor factor: Jodie Foster. The Oscar-winning actress passed on the script and a second shot as tormented FBI agent Clarice Starling, reportedly ticking off fellow "Lambs" co-star Anthony Hopkins in the process.
Sounds as pointless as recent rumblings about two more "Terminator" movies, sans the …