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Box Office Breakdown: Victory for The Other Guys

Will Ferrell is no longer stuck in the Land of the Lost. After stinking up the theaters last summer with his science fiction remake, Ferrell has rebounded nicely with The Other Guys. Sony’s buddy-cop flick opened to $35.5 million over the weekend, giving the funnyman his second highest debut ever. (Talledega Nights rang in $47 million in August 2006.) The comedy also performed well for Mark Wahlberg. It was his best outing since Planet of …

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New TRON: Legacy Trailer Unveiled

“I kept dreaming…dreaming of this world I thought I’d never see. And then one day - something happened. Something extraordinary.” “What was it?” Jeff Bridges’ face being restored to its 1982 self. ...

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New Promo for Avatar: Special Edition

Want to know why you should see Avatar again in the theaters? Well - I doubt I could provide you with a reason, but this new promo might be able to answer your question. On August 27, 20th Century Fox plans to re-release the blockbuster hit - in 3-D - with an additional 8 minutes of footage. Can you tell what’s new in Avatar: Special Edition? I can’t. But then I only paid to see …

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Christopher Nolan Hesitant About 3-D For Batman

Inception director Christopher Nolan is “wary” of 3-D. The director admits he still doesn’t think the technology has been advanced enough to properly suit cinematic releases, but is considering giving in to fan demand for the style to be used in the next Batman movie. “Until we get rid of the glasses, or until we really massively improve the process, I’m a little wary of it. But we’ll be looking at it, and if that’s what …

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Sequel News: The Hobbit, Wimpy Kid and More

The Hobbit: Guillermo Del Toro’s exit from The Hobbit doesn’t necessarily mean an end for the prequels. Lord of the Rings’ Peter Jackson is now in talks to serve as both producer and director. It’s still hoped the two films can be released in 2012 and 2013. ...

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Cinema Scene: Little Miss Sunshine Heads to Stage, Field of Dreams Up for Sale

-Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz have worked out their salary dispute with Summit Entertainment and will be starring in Breaking Dawn. Apparently they didn’t want to be the next Rachelle LeFevre. -Jennifer Aniston reportedly asked that her daytime scenes in The Switch be retouched. She gets paid too much to look “rough” like the rest of us. -I’m never going to be able to get “Super Freak” out of my head now. A musical version of …

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Ridley Scott Opted Against 3-D Robin Hood

Although Ridley Scott had the opportunity to make Robin Hood a 3-D adventure, the Oscar-nominated director decided against it. “I could have got it in as a 3-D version of Robin Hood. But it’s not a big deal. It’s all in how you’re going to fill the frame,” the 73-year-old said. Ridley, though, will be using the technology for his next Alien film - even if he’s not enthusiastic about it. “You are going to …

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Cinema Scene: Sandra Bullock Returns Razzie, Green Hornet Gets Moved

-Sandra Bullock may have earned her Razzie, but she’s now willingly returning it. Apparently the actress walked away with the prototype award, not the $5 knockoff she was supposed to receive. -Speaking of the Razzies, we’ll now get a chance to see the worst of the worst honored live. The ceremony’s producers hope to telecast the awards program beginning with the 31st annual event in 2011. -Box-office champ Avatar is already breaking records in the home …

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Remake News: Godzilla, Popeye and More

Godzilla: You didn’t think Godzilla would go down without another fight, did ya? Legendary Pictures has announced that it plans to resurrect the giant creature in 2012 with help from Warner Bros. The film, which will not be a sequel to the 1998 version starring Matthew Broderick, will “pay respects” to the 1954 outing. A director has not yet been named. ...

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Sequel News: Austin Powers, Final Destination and More

Movie Trailers - Movies Blog Austin Powers: The Shrek films may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean Mike Myers can’t tread into familiar territory. According to director Jay Roach, it’s quite possible we’ll be seeing another Austin Powers film. “You know, I hope so,” Roach said when asked about a sequel. “Mike’s working on ideas for it, people are definitely talking about it and I’m always good for it. I love those characters.” …

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