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'The Croods' Trailer: A Stone Age (Not 'Ice Age') Adventure

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DreamWorks Animation's The Croods is not a rip off. Sure, it concerns a prehistoric community fleeing what looks to be the start of a new era, but it stars people, not animals (though there are animals), and there's no ice. Totally different.

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' To Begin Production In February 2013

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While The Amazing Spider-Man was a serviceable reboot of a franchise that really didn’t need a reboot (despite Spider-Man 3, well, you know, being horrible), it wasn’t exactly a film that earned a top spot in the canon of superhero films.  That said, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone both aced their roles with humor and loads of chemistry, so much so that a...

Blu-ray and DVD picks for November 6 - 12

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The big title for new films this week is the Friday launch of The Amazing Spider-Man, which was the least successful of the three big comic book movies of the summer – though that still means the film made piles of cash. Classics-wise, Universal is unleashing their big box set noting their hundred years making movies, on top of some classics and a film about kicking...

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2': Shailene Woodley Confirmed As Mary Jane For...

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First off, it's about time that Sony cast somebody as Mary Jane Watson. She's easily one of the most important female characters in the Spider-Man universe. Now that director Marc Webb and company are moving forward with the The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, they've found their own version of the fiery red-headed love interest in Shailene Woodley. But...

'Gangster Squad' Gets A New Trailer

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Following the horrific shooting that took place in Aurora, Colorado during a premiere screening of The Dark Knight Rises this summer, Warner Bros. decided that the having the climactic gunfight of their upcoming Gangster Squad film would be too gauche/offensive to filmgoers.  Thus, Gangster Squad’s ending was reshot in Chinatown and the film (originally set for a...

'Amazing Spider-Man 2': Possible Villain Revealed, Shailene Woodley May...

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While the latest in Avengers 2 news typically keeps fans frothing at the notion of what Joss Whedon will attempt to pull off next, it’s easy to forget that not only did The Amazing Spider-Man do solid business this summer, it has a sequel planned for 2014, as well.  And two significant news bits leaked about the film today—one concerning the character of Mary Jane...

Emma Stone Wants To Die In 'Spider-Man' Sequel

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Those who know anything about the Spider-Man comics know that Gwen Stacy, the love interest portrayed by Emma Stone in this summer’s The Amazing Spider-Man, meets a rather unfortunate end in the comic books series.  And Stone is not only aware of Gwen Stacy’s fate—she’s actively pushing for it.

'Gangster Squad' May Be Pushed Back To 2013 Due To Colorado Shooting

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In the wake of the horrific assault upon theater-goers during last week’s Aurora, Colorado screening of The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Bros. is currently “scrambling” to rework Ruben Fleischer’s film Gangster Squad before its planned release date of September 7.  Featuring as it does a scene during the climax in which a mob villain fires a gun through...

The Amazing Spider-Man: Movie Review

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Ten years after Sam Raimi first brought Spider-Man to the big screen, and five years after the third film in that series, we're getting The Amazing Spider-Man, which reboots the story of Peter Parker (now played by Andrew Garfield), and goes over much of the same territory of how he becomes Spider-Man. One's enjoyment of this new version will directly correlate to how...

'The Amazing Spider-Man': Watch 25 Minutes Of The Upcoming Film

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If the films of summer 2012 have been marked by anything, it’s this—a massive oversaturation of marketing.  Teasers, trailers, teasers for the trailers, whole scenes, viral ads, photo collections, secret websites, behind the scenes clips, and multiple posters are now almost expected to be released in the weeks leading up to the release of any would-be blockbuster, as insecure studios feel...

New 'Amazing Spider-Man' Clip Features The Lizard Attacking Gwen Stacy

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A new scene for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man premiered on The Tonight Show with Chin Chino on Tuesday night, featuring a confrontation between The Lizard and Gwen Stacy.  The clip debuted during an interview with Emma Stone, and it reveals some spoiler-ish details about the film.  Check out the clip below.

Four-Minute 'Amazing Spider-Man' Preview Shows Lizard Battle, Heavy...

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It’s the summer movie season of 2012.  What does that mean?  Well, it means that you’ll essentially be seeing at least 20 minutes of every major movie weeks before they are released, thanks to lengthy clips, spoiler-heavy trailers, and online features released seemingly every hour onto the internet.  Today’s newest example?  A four-minute The Amazing Spider-Man trailer,...

Josh Brolin And Ryan Gosling Get Rough In 'Gangster Squad' Trailer

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The trailer for Gangster Squad is an interesting beast—it starts out appearing to be a star-studded (Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, and Emma Stone) and sharp take on 1940s noir; then, around 1:30 mark, it switches gears and becomes a Guy Ritchie-styled monstrosity.  So what kind of film is this—an L.A. Confidential neo noir, or a...

New 'Amazing Spider-Man' Trailer Features More Lizard, CGI Web-Slinging,...

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Can’t wait until The Avengers premiers on Thursday night at midnight to catch attached prints of the new The Amazing Spider-Man trailer, replete with its heavy-handed CGI web-slinging throughout the city (looks like some things just haven’t improved since the Sam Raimi days), copious shots of the villainous villain, more jokes, and more immersive 3D shots...

The Latest Images from The Amazing Spider-Man

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The Amazing Spider-Man poses a simple question: Are you willing to be reintroduced to a character you haven't forgotten? Director Marc Webb has recast Peter Parker with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, with Rhys Ifans as the villainous Lizard. We'll know for sure what audiences make of the film when it hits July 3, but until then, here are the latest...

News Roundup: Like Crazy, 21 Jump Street, Emma Stone and More

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Emma Stone isn't done filming The Gangster Squad, but already she's signed on to star in another project, this time, a comedy. Twilight star Taylor Lautner has also signed on to a surprising project with the two-time Oscar nominated director Gus Van Sant. We've also got the first trailer for the the 80s TV remake, 21 Jump...

Kathy Griffin Spoofs The Jim Carrey/ Emma Stone Video In Clip For Justin...

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Never one to not nip at the heels of larger pop culture figures in order to expand her own name brand recognition, Kathy Griffin has now responded to the hyper-creepy/ sorta funny but still creepy video Jim Carrey released yesterday, in which he professed his love for actress and Emma Stone,  satirized social media confessions, and still...

Jim Carrey Professes His Love For Emma Stone In Funny/ Creepy YouTube Video...

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Yes, Man - Jim Carrey's Disfigured Face
So this… this is creepy.  According to The AV Club, Jim Carrey (he of the talking butt routine, as well as the “watch me be really serious and dramatic in this movie and please forget that I used to talk out of my butt” routine) has released a video on YouTube wherein he professes his love for young actress Emma Stone, and then proceeds to describe how he would seduce her, were he not...

The Help: Movie Review

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Racism is still a hot button issue in America, and though the civil rights movement was a previous generation's struggle, it's hard to address those issues cinematically and still make an entertaining film. 2011's The Help comes at a time when issue pictures are out of fashion, and so it seems slightly fresher than it might have had it come out in any other decade....