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    Comic-Con: Spielberg and Jackson Talk Tintin Collaboration, Jurassic Park 4, 3-D

    Comic-Con welcomed Steven Spielberg, making his first visit to promote The Adventures of Tintin (December 23), with a standing ovation and the convention's Inkpot Life Achievement Award. Making a surprise visit during his The Hobbit hiatus was the film's producer Peter Jackson and Spielberg's favori...

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    Comic-Con: Relativity's Haywire Panel with Ass-Kicking Carano, Soderbergh Disses Retirement Rumors

    Haywire star Gina Carano can clearly kick ass, judging from the trailer and clip Relativity shared this afternoon in Hall H. Director Steven Soderbergh and co-stars Channing Tatum and Michael Fassbender can all corroborate (Soderbergh, Carano and Tatum were at the panel; the film also stars Ewan McG...

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    Comic-Con: "Casting is like Russian Roulette" and More on Drive, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

    Why did FilmDistrict--making their Comic-Con Hall H debut--do a combo-panel of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (directed by Troy Nixey, produced by Guillermo del Toro) and Drive (from director Nicolas Winding Refn)? According to Del Toro, it's because "I wanted to meet this insane mother fucker." He mea...

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    Gosling on Clooney Pranks, Peter Jackson’s Vlog, Scientology’s Mega-Properties

    In an interview with Extra, Ryan Gosling exposes prankster George Clooney, who directed him in the political drama The Ides of March, which opens the Venice Fest: "He will come up to you and tell you something very serious ... and then he'll walk away and you realize your pants are wet. He's had lik...

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    Comic-Con: Game of Thrones Stars Talk: Ten Things You Want to Know, Season Two Tidbits

    George R. R. Martin, the mastermind author of Game of Thrones (which he started writing in 1991) moderated a panel that included many show favorites: Emmy Nominee Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Kit Harrington, Emilia Clarke, Jason Momoa and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

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    Comic-Con: Bill Condon Talks Twilight Breaking Dawn, Horror, Rating, Intensity

    Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn kicked off Comic-Con as the fans who had started lining up on Sunday finally got into the first Comic-Con panel in Hall H Thursday morning after an early breakfast and visit from the cast, including stars Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson, who signed autographs and took ...

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    Comic-Con: Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn: Stewart, Pattinson & Lautner Talk: Ten Fun Facts UPDATE

    1. Robert Pattinson: "Shooting in Brazil, people would literally stop and try to grab you [on the streets]."

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    EW Cover Sells When Bond Met Indy, Not Cowboys & Aliens

    "When Bond Met Indy" is a headline to woo any fan of movies, Hollywood icons, or handsome men. That's what EW's cover story sells with a joint profile of Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig.

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    Comic-Con: Warm Bodies Writer Isaac Marion: "A General Sense of Impending Doom" in the World

    Isaac Marion's novel Warm Bodies is being adapted for Summit by writer-director Jonathan Levine (The Wackness) and is set to star Nicholas Holt and Theresa Palmer. Here are details on the zombie-drama. Marion speaks with the press:

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    Marvel Plays Captain America Too Straight, Early Reviews UPDATED

    So far so good for Marvel Entertainment, which has churned out more blockbusters than stumbles. This year, both Thor and X-Men: First Class delivered, and Sony's 2012 reboot of Spider-Man will be previewed at Comic-Con, along with a full screening of Captain America: First Avenger, which always pres...

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