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Wednesday, June 17 by

Director: Dominic SenaCast: Kate Beckinsale, Gabriel Macht, Tom Skerritt, Alex O'Loughlin, Columbus ShortSynopsis: U.S. Marshall Carrie Stetko tracks a killer in Antarctica, as the sun is about to set for six months.

6 DEGREES OF RAMIS & APATOW: A CHART

Wednesday, June 17 by

People may not be aware that Harold Ramis was the Judd Apatow of the 1980s. In addition to his landmark acting roles in Ghostbusters and Stripes, he penned and directed some of the all-time greatest comedies – National Lampoon’s Vacation and Caddyshack (just to name a couple). Judd Apatow, on the other hand, has had just as much influence on the producing side, and it’s his role there that teams him up with Ramis on the Jack Black and Michael Cera history vehicle Year One (opening Friday).  

AL ROKER VS. SPENCER PRATT

Wednesday, June 17 by

I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!! (the show where Lou Diamond Phillips was eaten by rats) has sparked quite a few controversies in the last few weeks. The latest of which is the escalating feud between Spencer Pratt and Al Roker. After an interview on NBC's The Today Show where Spencer was a dick and Roker asked him why, the uber-arrogant Pratt went on to say that he would have ripped Roker's head off if he hadn't been saved by Jesus. Roker responded by saying he would, "drop Spencer like a bag of dirt." Now THAT would be some must see TV. Check out these morning headlines… Shia says Indy 5 is on the way. Dammit. (First Showing) Sean Penn taking a breather. (NY Mag) Human Target script review. (Bleeding Cool) David Cross reveals the ugly truth about "nice guy" Paul Rudd. (MTV) Every week on Entourage. (College Humor) Palin and Letterman are brosefs again. (Reuters)

NEW TV SPOT FOR ROB ZOMBIE’S ‘HALLOWEEN 2′

Tuesday, June 16 by

H2: HALLOWEEN II TV Spot – Watch more Movie Trailers I'm a huge fan of the first Halloween 2.  I thought it was just fine and didn't need reinterpreting.  So I have nothing to say to you, TV spot for new Halloween 2.  Go sit in the corner think about what you did. Today's Top Links: Leslie Spring Is Wearing Very Little (GorillaMask) Michael Bay's Transformers 2 Set Doodles (HolyTaco) There's Going To Be Another Indiana Jones (FilmDrunk) A Look At The New "Burn Me Elmo" Toy (Manofest) Pac-man Lights Make Any Room Smell Nice (Walyou) 10 Of Hollywood's Sexiest Voices (Pajiba) 10 Things That Will Not End Well (Cracked) The Eight People You'll Meet In Your Hometown Bar This Summer (CoedMagazine) A Plethora Of MMA Girls Performing Submissions (CagePotato) The 10 Best Horror Films Of The Past Decade (UnrealityMag) OJ Simpson And Other Celebs Who Incriminated Themselves (Asylum) Lingerie Football Feud: Krystal Gray Vs. Hemi Girl (BustedCoverage) 10 Great Movies Written By John Hughes (Uncoached) The Five Stages Of A Cross Country Road Trip (RegretfulMorning) Father's Day Gift Guide: Sports Edition (BachelorGuy) The Best (Ugliest) Retina-Burning Sports Uniforms (MoondogSports)

PICS OF RUSSELL CROWE AS ‘ROBIN HOOD’ PLAYIN’ WITH THE BOYS, LOGGINS-STYLE

Tuesday, June 16 by

Today, JustJared.com posted several images of Russell Crowe on the set of Ridley Scott's new Robin Hood flick.  Above, Crowe (playing Robin Hood) drives Scott Grimes (playing Will Scarlet) in a Mule 9010.  This is from the scene in which Robin and his Merry Men take a break from stealing from the rich for a round of golf cart polo, set to Kenny Loggins music.  Good for team building.See some more pics after the jump. 

WHY I LOVE TWITTER

Tuesday, June 16 by

Nowhere else can you get hard hitting political updates from actor Rainn Wilson and baby penis news in the same, concise and easily digestible format.  Say goodnight, Reuters.

“FRIDAY THE 13TH” SEQUEL MAY BE SET IN THE SNOW

Tuesday, June 16 by

In an interview with CHUD, Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller mentioned that if a Friday the 13th sequel were to be greenlit they would try to bring a fresh take to the series. For instance, the ultra-literate Fuller had this to say, 'We also want to bring things [the fans] haven't seen before and one of the things that they haven't seen before is Jason in the snow. They haven't seen that before.' It's true! We haven't seen that. I can picture it now. And I don't like it.Here are your other morning news bits… Speaking of machetes, Robert Rodriguez begins filming in five weeks. (The Playlist)Gemma Arterton in Clash of the Titans. (Cinema Blend)Live-action Akira ain't happening. (io9)Moon Director interview. (Movie Hole)Early Comic-Con buzz. (First Showing)

2 NEW ‘TRANSFORMERS REVENGE OF THE FALLEN’ TV SPOTS.

Monday, June 15 by

Two new T:ROTF (yes, I'm sick of typing out the whole thing) TV spots hit YouTube today.  Only one shows us anything new, so fast forward about 30-seconds in to get to the goods.  Probably the most interesting thing about it is at the end, where we see several small kitchen appliances come to life and wreak havoc on the Witwicky home.  It's like Michael Bay's homage to Batteries Not Included.  Slow-mo shot of Wilford Brimley with the camera flying in between his legs as he opens fire with two shotguns… oh the sound and the fury… signifying that the Decepticons are eating his diabeetus pills…  Today's Top Links:    Stacie Sullivan              Bad Dad's Day Gifts       Scientology Blamed… Again           Best Paparazzi Attacks!    More Father's Day Gifts         Akira is Dead              Science Douches                 Big 2010 Movies            Shaq Challenge!            Embarrassing Films      Looks Small, Rocks Hard      New Megan Fox Pics            Kickass Starcases      Truthful Condom Packaging    More Dad's Day Gifts                   Olivia Wilde                   Skaters v. Security           Sucker Shelley          Warriors Remake News

8 POPULAR MOVIE TITLES OVER THE YEARS

Monday, June 15 by

So you think there are too many remakes in Hollywood? At least remakes know what they’re supposed to be. Some movies use the same titles just hoping nobody remembers there was a completely different movie by the same name.After over 100 years of film, some titles were bound to double or triple up.Screen Junkies takes a look back on eight select titles and how long it took for each marquee mnemonic to produce a memorable movie.  (That's alliteration, homes.)

‘TWILIGHT.’ NOW WITH THREE TIMES THE DAILY SERVING OF MELODRAMA.

Monday, June 15 by

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BILLY, DO YOU LIKE MOVIES NAMED ‘GLADIATOR?’

Monday, June 15 by

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Monday, June 15 by

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‘HURRICANE’: THE NAMESAKE MAY BLOW HARD, BUT ONLY THREE OF FOUR FILMS DID.

Monday, June 15 by

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CINEMA’S CUDDLIEST & CREEPIEST ZOMBIES

Monday, June 15 by

With Dead Snow opening this weekend, we realized that there is nothing more terrifying than a Nazi Zombie. It would take the combined efforts of Indiana Jones and David Hasselhoff to strike down such a foe. And there’s no way those guys are willing to stand together. It also made us think of the variety of zombies we’ve seen throughout film and television history. Here are a select few ranked from loveable to sinister.CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE– MATT SEARS Other Junk You Might Like:Six Degrees of Ramis & Apatow

‘Battlestar Galactica’ Spinoff Movie: ‘The Plan’ to be Told From Cylons’ Perspective

Monday, June 15 by

Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins once sang, "Though we might hate to admit it/There are always two sides to every story."  I bet the two ex-Genesis frontmen had no idea they'd be singing about "Battlestar Galactica."SCI FI Wire posted an exclusive trailer for the BSG spinoff movie called The Plan, which they claim "will likely come out on DVD and will also air this fall—recaps the story of the destruction of the human Colonies from the point of view of the Cylons."Screen Junkies' resident BSG expert, Jim "Bad Mother Frakker" Connelly expressed his concern over what the toll this film will take on the lives of all Battlestar fans.  Said Connelly, "[I'm] worried EJO is right, and that it'll spur rewatching the whole series again!"  I'm guessing Connelly's EJO is Edward James Olmos and not the Electronic Journal of Oncology.  The latter did have a great article on smoking and polymorphism in xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes, though. What say you, fans?  Would rewatching the entire series be that bad?

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