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Netflix has just recently debuted their peek into the new original series “Hemlock Grove”.


See Chris Pine, Zach Quinto, and Benedict Cumberbatch in these NEW pics from Star Trek Into Darkness


Also some cool facts about elephants and Tetris.

Ron Burgundy to dog: You’re so wise. You’re like a miniature Buddha, covered in hair.


We preview the upcoming Dredd, a reboot / remake of the Judge Dredd franchise that aims to be more serious and focused than the adaptation from 1995.


Liam Neeson is back in the sequel to an awesome and awe-inspiring movie about a retired CIA agent’s quest to find his daughter. Like The Bourne Identity where Jason Bourne grows up and has a family.


Since the start of the new millennium, when the internet really took off, movie spoilers have taken a whole new direction. With websites that employ photographers to sneak around sets and take as many pictures as they can, and camera phones that grant ordinary citizens the same power, audiences seem to want to know everything about a movie before it comes out, giving way to a comfortable theater experience that does not offer any surprises.


Using the help of three major fans, the Muppets must reunite in order to save their studio from a greedy oil tycoon.


Some enterprising Simpsons fan (seems like there are lot them out there) decided to create a McBain mini movie compilation.


It appears that the prodigal game may return to the market with an actual static release date (and none of that shaky “when it’s done” bullshit).

For those that don’t know Duke or know what he stands for, it’s hard to really know why the release of Duke Nukem Forever is so important. First, we need a primer on the “lineage” of trailers and teasers that bear the Duke Nukem Forever name.


Marvel recently showed off the new version of the Captain America: The First Avenger superhero suit with a few pictures and movie shots, and needless to say, it is very dirty.

While it’s clear that they are going for a more grungy, gritty version of our beloved patriot hero (and who isn’t nowadays – grit is in), this one may be a little overboard.


This March, the much-loved actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite for the movie Paul, a comedy adventure that follows to UFO hunters on a quest to find aliens.

To their greatest hopes and dreams, they actually meet an alien (played by Seth Rogen).

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