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    Watch: 2 New Clips From 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Plus Video Diaries Of Dr. Curt Connors

    There are few late night television personalities as awesomely unfunny as Jay Leno, but for whatever reason, people seem to love the guy. And endure him you must to watch the latest clip from "The Amazing Spider-Man" which is actually the most promising bit of footage of we've seen so far.

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    Watch: Latest 'The Hobbit' Video Blog Has A Surprise Cameo; 'An Unexpected Journey' Set For November 28th World Premiere

    Well, when we least heard from "The Hobbit," word was not good. At CinemaCon back in April, the director unveiled ten minutes of footage in the new fancy pants 48fps format and attendees were mixed on the results to say the least. Nevertheless, Peter Jackson seems to be in high spirits in ...

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    Tom Holland To Adapt & Direct Stephen King's 'The Ten O'Clock People'; Clive Barker To Direct 'Zombies Vs. Gladiators'

    Some horror fans may think that the 1980s was the best times for horror movies, but Hollywood's constant rummaging through the VHS bin of the era for remake material doesn't always sit well. While last year's "Fright Night" wasn't the worst offender of 1980s horror retellin...

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    Things Change: Raekwon Won't Be In ODB Biopic 'Dirty White Boy' Either; Will Forte Says 'MacGruber 2' Script Will At Least Be Written

    For most of its early stages, it seemed like the biopic "Dirty White Boy" could do no wrong. First, Michael K. Williams (aka Omar from HBO's "The Wire") was cast to play the late rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard (or ODB) in the film, and then it looked like the actual members of ...

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    'Green Lantern' Scribe Michael Goldenberg To Pen 'Wonder Woman'

    There has been a lot of talk around "Wonder Woman" for the past year or so, but not much action. On the television side, NBC tried to kickstart a series with Adrianne Palicki in the lead, but it was met with terrible reviews and was denied the stamp of fanboy approval, as that crucial...

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    'Gangster Squad' Writer Will Beall Penning 'Justice League' Movie For Warner Bros.

    With "Green Lantern" tanking and disappointing last summer, "The Dark Knight Rises" putting Batman to bed (for now), and the verdict still out on "Man Of Steel" next year, Warner Bros. is looking pretty short on comic book heroes to exploit. But they've got an ace u...

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    'Catching Fire' Producer Says Finnick Odair Casting Rumors Are "So Not True"; Armie Hammer & Garrett Hedlund Not In The Mix

    What do we know about the casting of Finnick Odair in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"? That none of the names mentioned or rumored so far have panned out. Robert Pattinson was the first to to kibosh rumors about his potential involvement, while Taylor Kitsch followed suit not long a...

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    Watch: Andy Samberg Recuts The Trailer For 'That's My Boy'

    While Andy Samberg has officially left "Saturday Night Live," he hasn't put iMovie away yet, as he's gone ahead and cut his own version of the trailer for "That's My Boy," which is not surprisingly, pretty awesome.

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    IFC Midnight Acquires Tribeca Fest Thriller 'Replicas' Starring Selma Blair

    IFC Midnight has acquired all U.S. rights to the thriller “Replicas” from director Jeremy Power Regimbal. The film had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. 

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    Watch: First Bits Of Footage From "Django Unchained"

    Quentin Tarantino says his highly-anticipated Django Unchained will make audiences uncomfortable, stating that he wants to show us how fucked up America was back then (it's still fucked up now); Star Jamie Foxx calls it a love story at its core.

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