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    Review Roundup: 'The Wolverine' -- Sharp Entertainment or Getting Dull with Age?

    James Mangold's "The Wolverine" -- the sixth installment in the X-Men franchise -- hits theaters on July 26. Critics are all over the map on this Japan-set entry; Variety calls the film "smart... and surprisingly existential" and praises jacked lead Hugh Jackman for being in top form, while the Tele...

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    Marvel Releases New X-Men Comic Series with All Women Cast

    Here's some cool news, Marvel has just released a new X-Men series...with an all female cast led by Storm (played by Halle Berry in the films). The first comic in the new series, X-Men #1, focuses on previous female heroines in the X-Men universe working together to stop evil.

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    Watch: Hugh Jackman on '60 Minutes' - 'Les Miserables,' Wolverine, Family, Stage & Tears

    In their profile on Hugh Jackman, 60 Minutes gets the "Les Miserables" star to open up about his youth, family, stage career and more -- it's an interview complete with singing and tears.

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    Will Yun Lee to Play Villainous Silver Samurai Opposite Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine'

    Hugh Jackman has a villain for Fox's "X-Men" prequel, "Wolverine." Will Yun Lee will play Kenuichio Harada, a.k.a. the Silver Samurai for those of you that follow the Marvel comic.

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    Remembering Steve Jobs, VES Summit and Bill of Rights, Geeking out with John Gaeta

    In this week's Immersed in Movies column, Bill Desowitz remembers meeting Steve Jobs, recaps the Visual Effects Society Summit and geeks out with John Gaeta at the Palo Alto International Film Festival. The passing of Steve Jobs on Wednesday underscores, more than anything else, the crucial importan...

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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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    Hero Complex Fest: Captain America, Favreau, Downey, Iron Man, Cowboys & Aliens, Avengers, Comic-Con

    Geoff Boucher has a good gig. His Hero Complex print/blog combo gets first crack--along with EW and MTV Movies--at the best access to the top genre movies, including set visits and early interviews. The guy's a strong reporter--he's been at the LAT for some 20 years--and his enthusiasm for the Comic...

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    Weekend Box Office: Super 8 Pulls $38 Million, Beats X-Men: First Class for Number One Slot

    As Paramount labored to both downplay expectations and build up word-of-mouth via advance sneaks, Super 8 exceeded box office predictions and got off to a strong start. Anthony D'Alessandro reports:Super 8’s projector bulbs burned brighter than expected as Paramount’s sci-fi drama bested its lowest ...

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    X-Men: First Class: Winners and Losers, Fassbender Up, Lawrence Down

    X-Men: First Class's $56 million opening (no 3-D premium ticket sales) marks a big win for most of the folks involved. But there are a few losers, too.

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    Weekend Box Office: X-Men: First Class Tops Field with Prequel-Size $56 Million

    Great reviews propelled reboot X-Men: First Class to a solid if not stellar $56 million opening. Anthony D'Alessandro explains why.Fox’s X-Men: First Class easily aced its weekend course in box office math by absorbing a solid $56 million into Fox’s coffers.

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