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    Mission IMAXible: Tom Cruise Spy Sequel To Hit Large-Format Screens Five Days Early On Dec 16th

    Plus 'Inception,' 'Star Trek' & 'Fast Five' To Get IMAX Re-ReleasesThough overruled when it came to our fall preview last week -- too many other staff members have been burned by mediocre franchise installments in the past -- this writer is really kind of excited about "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol," the fourth installment in the Tom Cruise-led spy franchise. J.J. Abrams, who got closest to getting it right with "Mission Impossible III" (which has great moments, but doesn't quite hang together), has returned to produce, there's an intriguing, eclectic cast, including Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton, Simon Pegg, Tom Wilkinson, Josh Hollowa...

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    Awkwardly Photoshopped 'Avengers' First Look Will Grace Entertainment Weekly Cover This Week

    Plus Lots Of New Stills & Set Photos From The FilmUpdate: Hi-res versions of the EW pics have arrived plus a couple of new snaps from "The Avengers."

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    Trailer For "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" (Viola Davis, Jeffrey Wright Co-Star)

    Viola Davis and Jeffrey Wright have supporting roles in this; see if you can spot them in the below trailer, which just dropped (the film opens on December 25th, 2011):

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    Damon Lindelof Teases 'Prometheus' Details, Hints That Not Everyone Will Make It Out Alive

    Taking a break from defending his show "Lost" from detractors on Twitter, along with writing some of the most talked-about upcoming studio projects, "Prometheus" scribe Damon Lindelof sat down with MTV to talk Ridley Scott's "Alien" prequel/sequel/spinoff and gave a few hints that may be a bit spoil...

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    Warner Bros. Wants Steven Spielberg To Direct Bible Epic 'Gods And Kings'

    With Steven Spielberg gearing up to shoot his long-awaited presidential biopic "Lincoln" this fall, and with "The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse" being released within days of one another this winter, it's a wonder that the man has any time to contemplate future projects. That's not to mention...

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    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Paranormal Activity 3' Runs Low On Ideas, But Delivers Plenty Of Scares

    As a person terrified by the prospect of encountering a shadowy figure in my apartment in the middle of the night, the “Paranormal Activity” movies work like gangbusters on this writer. On an intellectual level, It's genuinely admirable how effectively they’re able to wring significant suspense out of so little happening on screen, but in terms of visceral impact, they’re among the few horror films whose effect on this viewer lingered long after leaving the theater. “Paranormal Activity 3” is less effective than its predecessors, but it still works when and how it needs to. As a prequel to a prequel that further explored the supernatural worl...

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    Watch: Everyone In Hollywood Gets Together To Make A Terrible Trailer For 'New Year's Eve'

    You get what you ask for people, and with "Valentine's Day" being powered to more than $200 million in ticket sales worldwide, a sequel was inevitable. So writer Katherine Fugate and director Garry Marshall are back again, only this time, they are going to get a bunch of celebrities together for "Ne...

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    Watch Episode 1 Of New Sci-Fi Web Series "Osiris"

    Earlier this year, we featured a Kickstarter fundraising campaign for the then upcoming 10-episode web series titled Osiris, described as a "science fiction... action/thriller... featuring mystery, espionage and gritty crime fiction."

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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Lebanon Official Oscar Entry Where Do We Go Now?

    With Almodovar's The Skin I Live In out of the foreign Oscar race (Spain chose Black Bread instead), as I had suggested, Sony Pictures Classics has indeed picked up U.S. rights to its fourth foreign language Oscar submission, Lebanon's Where Do We Go Now?, directed by Nadine Labacki, which played at...

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    Rooney Mara Wanted For Spike Lee's "Oldboy"

    Courtesy of our friends at Twitch:

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