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Hunger Games Finale Will Be Split Into Two Separate Films

“The Hunger Games” finale “Mockingjay” will be apparently be split into two features, continuing in the Hollywood tradition of milking popular novel adaptations for as much money as humanly possible. Sure, it may provide ravenous fans with more “Hunger Games”-related content found in the book itself, but, more than likely, it’s just Lionsgate’s way of milking as much profit from …

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Dark Knight Featurette Gives You a Peek Behind the Cowl

“The Dark Knight Rises” featurette is Warner Bros. last-ditch attempt to get you pumped about the final installment of director Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy. It’s 13 minutes of in-depth, behind-the-scenes bliss, designed to appeal directly to the overwhelmingly enthusiastic fanboy/girl living beneath your skin. Of course, if behind-the-scenes featurettes aren’t your thing, chances are this isn’t going to sway …

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Benicio Del Toro Praises Oliver Stone’s Directorial Abilities

Benicio Del Toro has worked with a lot of directors over the years. In addition to co-starring in “X-Men” mastermind Bryan Singer’s 1995 crime thriller “The Usual Suspects”, Del Toro has appeared in motion pictures from such notable talent as Abel Ferrara (“The Funeral”), Terry Gilliam (“Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”), Alejandro González Iñárritu (“21 Grams”), and Robert Rodriguez …

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Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield Break Record with Spider-Man

Emma Stone is, quite frankly, the only reason I want to see director Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man”. The idea of sitting through yet another Peter Parker/Spider-Man origin story doesn’t sound overly appealing, though the allure of Emma Stone might be enough to separate me from the wad of money in my wallet. Call me shallow if you wish, but …

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Andrew Garfield Stares at Spiders, Drools Over Ryan Gosling

Andew Garfield is a brave man. Not only does he have an entire franchise resting on his shoulders with the upcoming release of Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” — which requires a certain amount of strength in its own right — he also closely studied arachnids in preparation for the role. This is precisely why I wouldn’t tackle this sort …

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Magic Mike, Ted Claim Top Spots at the Box Office

“Magic Mike”, director Steven Soderbergh’s saucy male stripper comedy/drama, took off everything it could in order to dominate the box office over the weekend. Unfortunately for Mike, “Family Guy” mastermind Seth MacFarlane’s raunchy R-rated comedy “Ted”, starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, claimed the top spot with an amazing $54.1 million, which is the best opening ever for an original …

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Total Recall Trailer Brings the Explosions, Three-Breasted Aliens

(image) The Total Recall trailer currently making the rounds finally gives fans what they want: three-breasted aliens. Sure, we don’t actually get to see this highly-anticipated trio of mammaries in the clip embedded below, but at least you know they’re going to be in the film. What’s sad is that, when the remake was first announced, a lot of people …

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Magic Mike: Fandango Pre-Sales Pulling in the Dollar Bills

“Magic Mike”, in case you haven’t heard, stars cinematic heartthrobs Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum, the latter of whom appears in various stages of undress throughout the entire movie. That’s what female movie-goers are hoping for, anyway. If ticket pre-sales on Fandango are any indication, “Ocean’s Eleven” director Steven Soderbergh’s upcoming male stripper flick could be one of the sleeper …

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Slyvester Stallone Wins The Expendables Lawsuit

Sylvester Stallone isn’t messing around when it comes to his new cash cow “The Expendables”. With the sequel scheduled to make some serious cash at the box office late this summer, Stallone and company are looking to line their pockets with the sort of money only numerous explosions, high body counts, and heavy machine guns fire can generate. When screenwriter …

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Nora Ephron, Filmmaker and Journalist, Dead at 71

Nora Ephron, who is probably best known to movie-goers as the writer/director responsible for such motion pictures as “Sleepless in Seattle”, “Michael”, and “You’ve Got Mail”, passed away on Tuesday from pneumonia brought on by acute myeloid leukemia. She was 71. Ephron, who was once an intern for President John F. Kennedy, was married to journalist Carl Bernstein during the …

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Uggie Retires: Canine from The Artist Gets His Own Star

Uggie retires: The adorable dog from “The Artist”, a film which everybody and their nearsighted grandmother fell in love with last year, has decided that he’s done with filmmaking. After appearing in a handful of motion pictures, including “Wassup Rockers”, “Water for Elephants”, and, yes, “The Artist”, Uggie is ready to call it quits. In true Hollywood fashion, the dog …

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Prepare Your Boomsticks for This Animated Evil Dead Tribute

There are a lot of people out there who love the “Evil Dead” movies, so much so that they’re willing to stand in line for several hours at numerous horror conventions just to get a peek at their hero, Bruce Campbell. I happen to be one of those folks who grew up watching the “Evil Dead” movies as a kid, …

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