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Monday, April 20 by

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ANGELS & DEMONS SPAWNS THIRD LANGDON FILM

Monday, April 20 by

According to /Film, even though there’s no third book in the Da Vinci Code series, they’re moving ahead with a third movie. Ron Howard’s big screen adaptation of the Da Vinci Code prequel Angel’s & Demons won’t hit theaters until May 15th, but Columbia Pictures is already moving forward with a third film in the series. Not much information is known about the story, although it has been widely speculated to be about Freemasons in Washington, D.C. Brown, who is clearly obsessed with the Freemasons, has been spotted over the years in Washington, researching Masonic temples. Wow, look at the power Dan Brown has. He doesn’t even have to write the book, and they make it into a movie. That’d be like if I just whipped my wiener out and my girlfriend had an orgasm. Which I can assure you, does NOT happen. Mostly because I don’t whip my penis out, I undress like a gentleman. It’s way too early to say obviously whether or not this movie will be shitty or decent, but I’m guessing if all it has is a title, and no script or source material, it’s going to be awesome! If I were Dan Brown, I would see how ridiculous a book title I could come up with, and see if Columbia Pictures would still buy it. I’d march into their office with something like this:

CRANK PRANK

Monday, April 20 by

Someone here at Screenjunkies got kind of jacked up over seeing Crank: High Voltage this past weekend.  So much so, that they took it upon themselves to replace our intern’s…

THE BEEGEES GET A MUCH NEEDED HAND JOB

Monday, April 20 by

In this exclusive ScreenJunkies mashup, John Travolta's Tony Manero, the king of the disco, meets Gerry Phillips, the king of hand music.  My favorite part might be Travolta eating a hot dog and dance-walking to what essentially is melodic farting.  Watch and laugh after the jump.  Warning, this may leave a bad taste in the mouth of all Bee Gees and Saturday Night Fever purists. You had it coming.

JESSICA BIEL IS NUDE IN OFFICIAL ‘POWDER BLUE’ IMAGES

Monday, April 20 by

This morning, JoBlo.com released several screen grabs from Jessica Biel's film, Powder Blue, in which she plays a stripper.  Click on the image above for the NSFW version.  If you haven't already skipped over this text in a feverish attempt to see all the pictures, then a) thank you for your patience and b) you can watch this clip to give you more context into Jessica's dogged preparation for the film.  More pics after the jump.

420 Morning News

Monday, April 20 by

April 20th aka 420, the Holiest of days for chubby dudes in tie-dye and girls with toe rings. It is to cannabis what St. Patrick's Day is to hops. A day to set your responsibilities aside and drift into a thick haze. Essentially think of it as Joaquin Pheonix's Christmas. And this man is his Santa.Here are your morning news nuggets. Transformers 2  footage screens at ShoWest. (Cinematical) Info about Michael Bay's small movie. (/film) Fox Atomic bombs (Variety)Russell Crowe now trained in archery. No concierge is safe. (Empire Online)The Lovely Bones first pics. (Latino Review) John Madden retires from sportscasting. Will he become a Walmart Greeter? (MSNBC)

‘ARMORED’ TRAILER

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Friday, April 17 by

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‘WHITEOUT’ TRAILER

Friday, April 17 by

PHILLIPS’ NEW ‘CINEMA 21:9′ HDTV. FINALLY. SOMEONE GETS ASPECT RATIO.

Friday, April 17 by

Are you one of those people who always wondered why they didn't make HDTVs a 2.35:1 aspect ratio?  You go to the movie theater and see a grand, sweeping movie shot in the widest widescreen possible, and then rent the movie later at home – the Blu-Ray, no less, on your brand new LCD screen – and you get black bars on the top and bottom.         Sucks, right?  It's like you're paying extra to see a Lars Von Trier flick in IMAX.  Well, fret no longer.  Phillips has unleashed the sleek "Cinema 21:9" HDTV which will display those 2.35:1 widescreen movies in their intended aspect ration – and with no unsightly bars at the top and bottom.  The image actually takes up the entire screen.  Who'da thunk it?   Phillips is also releasing special web shorts to coincide with the TV's launch.  You can check out the amazing "Carousel," directed by Adam Berg and starring a bunch of seamless visual effects recreating a single moment in time during a bank robbery, but stretched out like some fly-through bullet time sequence you probably put your friends through every time you school them at Madden.  See for yourself after the jump. 

REVIEW: ‘CRANK HIGH VOLTAGE’

Friday, April 17 by

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Weekend TV Preview

Friday, April 17 by

Mitchell Hurwitz, the genius behind Arrested Development, is back with a new animated show this Sunday on FOX. Former 'Developers' Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Henry Winkler lend their voice talents along with Cheri Oteri, Keenan Thompson, Will Forte, Nick Kroll and Kristen Chenoweth. Catch the pilot right after The Simpsons, and cross your fingers for more brilliance from Hurwitz and co. Also, Prison Break is back on after a near 4 month hiatus, with the first of it's last 5 episodes. Your preview after the break.

NEW ‘HARRY POTTER & THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE’ TRAILER

Friday, April 17 by

Today, the official "Trailer 4a" for Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince was released, and, dare I say, it looks pretty good and dark.  Then again, the Potter trailers always seem to make me all sweaty and excited, only for me to walk out of the theater feeling mildly clammy in the underarms.  And I perspire a lot.  But I'll give this one a fair shake, and the 3-D in the last one kicked all sorts of ass, so why not? Watch the trailer after the jump.

FELICITY JONES JOINS GERVAIS & MERCHANT’S ‘CEMETERY JUNCTION’

Friday, April 17 by

Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant have cast their leading lady for their next film, the '70s-era insurance company dramedy Cemetery Junction (formerly known as The Men at The Pru).  Brit starlet Felicity Jones has been awarded the role.  She's mosty done work in the UK, including the BBC's "The Diary of Ann Frank," in which she played Margot Frank, an episode of "Dr Who," and the very British sounding Northanger Abbey TV movie.  If your girlfriend catches you ogling pictures of Felicity, just inform her that she'll be playing Miranda in Julie Taymor's adaptation of The Tempest.  Then, when she naturally asks, "Oh, can we see that?" You can coolly answer, "It's probably not a good idea if you don't like me looking at Felicity.  Miranda is a significant role in the Bard's classic."  You're welcome.Check out the photos of Felicity after the jump:

Cemetary Junction

Friday, April 17 by

Directors: Ricky Gervais & Stephen MerchantWritten By: Ricky Gervais & Stephen MerchantCast: Felicity Jones, Ricky GervaisSynopsis: A coming of age tale about young guys working for an insurance company in the '70s.

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