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    Jerry Bruckheimer Says Future 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Movies Will Be Stand Alone Films

    Producer Says They Were Initially Scared Of Shooting In True 3DFranchises. They are the cornerstone of the modern movie industry's business strategy. They keep the lights on, keep the shareholders happy, keep the motor of a studio engine going.

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    The Mighty Thor Cannot Defeat A Taser In New Clip From Film

    Okay, look, we still got some issues with "Thor." The costumes and set design, at least in Asgard, look ridiculous and director Kenneth Branagh still hasn't met a tripod he liked. Overall, tone-wise the last trailer didn't know if it was intentionally campy or not, and sometimes seemed like it was t...

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    The 1 Movie You Must Make Sure You See This April. Or I Won't Talk To YOU Ever Again.

    I have a lot of films that I want to check out this month, but I have already seen the one film that really matters. Without a doubt, I can tell you that it is the way to spend your money. The rest of the films might as well give up now. You know I have some complaints of films as of late, but I ...

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    11 Spoilers Revealed By The Cast Of 'X-Men: First Class'

    The nature of blogging is innate curiosity mixed with a badger's knack for burrowing and so trafficking in minor (and occasionally major) spoilers becomes an occupational hazard you just have to live with. But even writers want some mystery to the films we eventually see and we must admit the cast a...

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    Imogen Poots, Felicity Jones, Caleb Landry-Jones, Dianna Agron & More Test For 'The Seventh Son'

    With Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges set to lend their considerable talents to the supernatural tentpole "The Seventh Son," the job is now finding a duo of young thesps to power this thing to the tween demographic it needs.

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    Geoffrey Rush To Voice Tomar-Re In 'Green Lantern'

    Hal Jordan Will Not StutterIf the buzz around "Green Lantern" is non-existent, don't worry, because Warner Bros. is well aware of the problem. They recently admitted that the first trailer wasn't so hot and conceded that the effects are taking much longer to lock down than they expected, hence the l...

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    Preview for The Killing

    This show is created by Veena Sud who did Cold Case and it is based on a Danish show. The show stars Mireille Enos (Big Love) and the pilot was directed by Patty Jenkins who directed Charlize Theron in Monster. The entire season is dedicated to solving the murder of one girl. Starts this Sunday n...

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    The Help at Cinema Con

    As usual, it's going to be a quiet summer for women centric films from the studios. The big studio film that will target the female demographic is The Help. Dreamworks brought in several members of the cast including Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas Howard and Emma Stone to Cinema Con in...

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    Justin Bieber & Ashton Kutcher Ask 'What Would Kenny Do?'

    Seriously, who would've thought Justin Bieber's career would have lasted this long? When the pint-sized sensation first came on the scene with that hair, doe-like eyes and platitudes of love that warmed the hearts of nine-year-olds everywhere we pretty much figured he'd get his fifteen minutes of fame, fade out of the spotlight and become an accountant or something. But here we are in 2011, with "Never Say Never" becoming the third highest grossing non-fiction film of all time (we weep). Clearly, Bieber isn't going anywhere and it looks like his handlers are ready to spin this kid into a multi-quadrant star, and it's likely they're using the ...

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    Boston Underground Film Festival Awards This Year's Vibrating Bunnies

    The films at the Boston Underground Film Festival all compete for the festival's singular award: a vibrating bunny statuette. The award is given to winners from all categories, with this year's recipients being announced Sunday night.

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