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    New Pics: 'Super 8,' 'X-Men: First Class,' '30 Minutes Or Less,' 'Cowboys And Aliens' & More

    New Looks At 'Shark Night 3D,' 'Horrible Bosses,' 'Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' & 'Crazy Stupid Love'Summer movie season is a just a couple of weeks away, kicking off with "Thor" and in order to get you prepped, EW just released their massive summer preview issue with a boatload of new images (pr...

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    Rewind: The Week In Movies, April 11-17

    It was a busy week at The Playlist, with announcements for "Man Of Steel" and "The Dark Knight Rises," a few big trailer premieres and, our biggest thrill, the announcement of the Cannes '11 lineup. We decided to cull together the ten news stories this week that generated the heaviest debate, so if ...

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    Poster Round-Up: 'Cars 2,' 'Hangover 2', 'Apes,' 'Popper's Penguins,' 'One Day,' 'Abduction'

    Another week, another batch of new posters being unveiled for Summer Blockbuster hopefuls. First up, we have a new theatrical banner for "Cars 2." The triptych image shows off the film's international setting and is full of stunning detail which you can get a better look at over at Apple. The film f...

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Has Distinct Whiff Of 'The Happening'

    The value of a home-grown franchise for a big studio can't be undervalued, and since they adapted Pierre Boule's novel "La plan├Ęte des singes" into 1968's "Planet of the Apes," it's become one of 20th Century Fox's key properties, spawning five additional movies, and two separate TV series. But the monkey-heaviest sci-fi series around isn't what it once was, and 2001's Tim Burton 're-imagining' failed to successfully re-launch the franchise, due to being really, really terrible. But you can't keep a good merchandising opportunity down, and the studio have gone back to the well, with the talents of Andy Serkis, James Franco and effects geniuse...

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