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Review: Megamind

Friday, November 5 by

Megamind is going to suffer for being the second animated superhero movie. In fact, it follows a long line of Dreamworks being second to Pixar (fish, monsters although they did beat them to insects). I’m not saying it’s The Incredibles, but Megamind is the best Dreamworks animated movie and certainly the best animated movie this year.

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Review: Due Date

Friday, November 5 by

Due Date is a slow build of a comedy, and it’s effective at that. By the time it gets really crazy, you’re so waiting for it that it’s a cathartic release through the rest of the movie. It also means that the first half could be a bit of a chore if you’re not in it for the long haul.

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Kevin James In ‘The Zookeeper’ Trailer

Friday, November 5 by

I can’t even muster up the will to make a clever headline for this post. Columbia Pictures has dropped the trailer for The Zookeeper starring Kevin James. He’s basically Doctor Doolittle sans the title that comes from years spent in animal medical school.

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Review: Black Swan

Friday, November 5 by

Black Swan is some classic Darren Aronofsky crazy. If you missed the high style of Requiem for a Dream or the abstract interpretive level of The Fountain, they’re back. Yet it’s also set in a physical world like The Wrestler, so maybe I can work Pi into this comparison somehow too.

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Judi Dench Joins ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’

Friday, November 5 by

Dame Judi Dench has signed on for a cameo in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Not surprisingly, Latino Review is reporting that Dame Judi will play a noblewoman.

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Gretchen Mol

Friday, November 5 by

She’s intimately familiar with the persistent uncertainty that is big-screen stardom.

Ed Harris Walks It Out In New ‘The Way Back’ Trailer

Thursday, November 4 by

Personally, I don’t even like walking to the TV when I can’t find the remote, let alone across a tundra, desert, and over mountains. But I guess that’s what seperates…

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Broke-Ass MGM Would Really Like ‘Bond 23′ In Theaters November 23, 2012

Thursday, November 4 by

MGM recently filed for bankruptcy, and you know what that means. It’s time for them to make movies! Don’t ask me how the government works because I cannot enlighten you. The Hobbit is finally scheduled to begin filming in February, and now it looks like MGM’s other huge franchise, the James Bond series, is picking up steam maybe but who the hell knows for sure.

Martin Lawrence Scars His Son For Life In ‘Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son’ Trailer

Thursday, November 4 by

Obligatory fat-suit dance scene aka "The Stiller"
The FBI's top agent, who is allowed to dress up as an overweight septuagenarian from time to time, is back and dressed up like an overweight septuagenarian (just go with it). In Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, Martin Lawrence helps his stepson/murder-witness hide out by dressing him like Kenan Thompson's sister and enrolling him at an all girl's school. Despite the lack of the dude in drag forced to group shower scene, it sounds like a sound plan to me. I also ate the cat's ear medicine today.
Watch Big Momma shake it after the jump…

DVD Review: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

Thursday, November 4 by

As a recent and thoroughly wide-eyed convert to the cultish Church of Pilgrim, I was no doubt predisposed to drool over every moment of the Scott Pilgrim vs The World DVD bonus features. And drool I did, nearly the whole way through. Come to think of it, there might be something wrong with my mouth.

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13 Memorable Movie Amputations

Thursday, November 4 by

Danny Boyle’s new film, 127 Hours, premieres tomorrow. James Franco stars as Aron Ralston, a climber who is forced to amputate his own arm after it is crushed under a rock. In honor of Ralston’s remarkable tale of survival, we here at Screen Junkies came up with a list of other memorable films that feature scenes of amputation. Some of them are disturbing, others are lighthearted, but all of them contain badly mutilated limbs, and that’s the important part. Enjoy!

‘Silent Hill’ Gets A Sequel And That Sequel Gets A Director

Thursday, November 4 by

"Gross. Cut it out, you guys!!"
Sadly, we'll have to wait for the bad taste of Jonah Hex to dissolve from our collective cheek lining before we'll be able to see Solomon Kane. But  that doesn't mean we can't still enjoy the work of Kane writer-director Michael Bassett. Thanks to DVD sales and a strong show overseas, Silent Hill is now getting a go at a sequel (which will be in 3D naturally), and Bassett has been hired to direct.
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D will follow a story that stands alone from the original. It traces the plot of the third video game with 17-year old Heather Mason journeying to the nightmare town of Silent Hill to find her missing father, only to discover the gruesome truth about her self. Now,  before you get all uppity about it, you should know that it's being shot in 3D. Not post-converted. So, you'll have to come up with some other excuse not to see it when my weirdo friend George asks me to go. (BloodyDisgusting)

Real Gun Found on ‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’ Set

Thursday, November 4 by

Gun changed for awesomticity's sake.
A real honest to goodness can kill a brotha hand gun was found on the set of "Law & Order: Los Angeles." Hit Fix reports the NBC show was filming in Culver City on Wednesday when a cameraman spotted it on a rock. Los Angeles police spokeswoman Karen Rayner says "the semiautomatic handgun was in working order. It will be test-fired, with the results logged for possible crime matches."
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. I live right around the Culver City area in Los Angeles. That's where I lay my head at night. How am I supposed to feel safe now knowing that thing was found there? Skeet Ulrich has no right traipsing around my town. The gun on the rock, yeah whatever, but Skeet?! Now I have to start the moving process. I don't have time for this right now. The new Screen Junkies site launches next week! You like how I worked that in there? ;) ;) ;)

Brad Pitt Peace-Outties On ‘The Lost City Of Z’

Thursday, November 4 by

Don't question it. It's art.
With his dance card so chock full, we knew something had to give when Brad Pitt joined Cogan's Trade yesterday. Thankfully, it wasn't World War Z. Which is still assumed to be moving forward. However, if you were excited to see Brad buckle some swash and channel Tomb Raider, you're in for a let down. Vulture reports that stalled talks have caused Pitt to walk away from James Gray's The Lost City Of Z.
Before hopping the bus out of butt-town, Pitt was slated to play Percy Fawcett, the real-life adventurer who lead an exhibition into the Amazon to find the kingdom of El Dorado. He and his crew were never seen again. It's just as well that Pitt left the project. He just doesn't seem like the right fit for this kind of part. Besides, this Percy Fawcett dude is a dead ringer for Kevin Costner.

Mel Gibson Is Wrist Deep In ‘Beaver’ (Poster)

Thursday, November 4 by

The headline was pretty self-explanatory, but just in case you can't figure it out, here are some details. ComingSoon has released this teaser poster from Mel Gibson's upcoming film The Beaver directed by Jodie Foster. The poster is funny for two reasons. Reason one: Mel Gibson comes off as pretty insane, like the character in this poster. Reason two: Gibson was driven insane by some crazy Russian beaver, so it's funny to see him holding one. That is all (MovieLine)

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