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FIVE NEW INTERNATIONAL STAR TREK POSTERS.

Thursday, March 26 by

May 8th, El Futuro Comienza.  Five international posters for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek have hit the internet.  This is one.  Check out the other ones after the jump.  If you do not, then the Romulans have won.

Land of the Lost

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Brad Silberling Cast: Will Ferrell, Anna Friel, Danny R. McBride, Pollyanna McIntosh, Michael Papajohn Synopsis: Three adults inadvertently stumble into a mysterious land populated by dinosaurs and other creatures, including the mysterious and dangerous race of Sleestak. Release Date: June 5, 2009

State of Play

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Kevin MacDonald Cast: Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Ben Affleck, Russell Crowe, Robin Wright Penn Synopsis: Based on the BBC mini-series of the same title, a team of investigative reporters work alongside a police detective to try to solve the murder of a congressman's mistress. Release Date: April 17, 2009

Observe and Report

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Jody Hill Cast: Anna Faris, Seth Rogen, Ray Liotta, Patton Oswalt, Michael Peña Synopsis: Bi-polar mall security guard Ronnie Barnhardt is called into action to stop a flasher from turning shopper's paradise into his personal peep show. Release Date: April 10, 2009

Dragonball Evolution

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: James Wong Cast: Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Emmy Rossum, Randall Duk Kim, Yun-Fat Chow Synopsis: The young warrior Son Goku sets out on a quest, racing against time and the vengeful King Piccolo, to collect a set of seven magical orbs that will grant their wielder unlimited power. Release Date: April 8, 2009

The Haunting in Connecticut

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Peter Cornwell Cast: Elias Koteas, Virginia Madsen, Amanda Crew, Kyle Gallner, Martin Donovan Synopsis: After a family is forced to relocate for their son's health, they begin experiencing supernatural behavior in their new home, which turns out not be quite what they thought… Release Date: March 27, 2009

Monsters Vs. Aliens

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Rob Letterman Cast: Seth Rogen, Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Rainn Wilson, Hugh Laurie Synopsis: When a meteorite from outer space hits a young California girl named Susan Murphy and turns her into a giant monster, she is taken to a secret government compound where she meets a ragtag group of monsters also rounded up over the years. As a last resort, under the guidance of General W.R. Monger, on a desperate order from The President, the motley crew of Monsters is called into action to combat the aliens and save the world from imminent destruction! Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Will Arnett. Release Date: March 27, 2009

Thursday TV Preview

Thursday, March 26 by

Well, whether you like it or not, the Osbournes are back…with a variety show on FOX. Pretty random, and dare I say unecessary? Check out the the fam tonight as they guest on Jimmy Kimmel. Other than that, it's another solid Thursday night of comedy with The Office and 30 Rock. Your preview after the break.

12 Rounds

Thursday, March 26 by

Detective Danny Fisher (Cena) discovers his girlfriend (Scott) has been kidnapped by a ex-con tied to Baxter's past, and he'll have to successfully complete 12 challenges in order to secure her safe release.Rating: PG-13Release Date: March 27th, 2009Studio: 20th Century FOXHot Chicks to Watch For: Ashley Scott

11 MORE GREAT VOMIT SCENES ON FILM

Thursday, March 26 by

Not too long ago, Screen Junkies posted what we thought were “The 9 Best Vomit Scenes on Film.”  Readers were able to keep their lunches down enough to post in the comments section, and suggested some fantastic films that they thought belonged on that list.  So, because we love our readers so very much – especially those who contribute their thoughts to the site – we decided to put together an all-user generated list of puke scenes.  It just goes to show what we can all achieve when we collaborate.  This is why, when the internet was invented, the scientists high-fived each other a little extra harder than normal. Screen Junkies presents… The Vomit List: Barf 2.  Editor's Note: These are in no particular order, except that we saved the best for last. SUPER TROOPERS

Spiritual Economic Crisis

Thursday, March 26 by

South Park is getting by the economic crisis just like the rest of the country, only in South Park Randy Marsh rises up as a prophet warning people that they have angered the economy. Stan has to find a way to return the frivolous Margaritaville machine his dad bought, and Kyle starts trouble by breaching the economy is not a dangerous entity to be feared. It's another great South Park this season, and it's right after the jump

LIEV SCHREIBER IN DRAG LOOKS A LITTLE LIKE SAMANTHA MORTON

Thursday, March 26 by

The trailer for the Ang Lee-directed, Demitri Martin-starring Taking Woodstock is online.  The trailer features the likes of Emile Hirsch doing his best Tom Cruise in Born on the Fourth of July… … and also Liev Schreiber, who looks a lot like Samantha Morton when he wears women's clothing and lets his hair down. But it's not as uncanny as Shelley Duvall and Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho…Check out the full trailer, along with a very important introduction by Demitri Martin after the jump. 

Lost Recap: Natural Born Killer

Thursday, March 26 by

In a Sayid-centric episode, we learn more of the details behind how exactly he got on that flight and why exactly he stopped working for Ben. He also befriends a young Ben Linus in 1977, and Juliette, Kate, and Sawyer experience a little bit of awkwardness over the whole love triangle. (Or love square if you count Jack). It's another pretty good Lost, right after the jump.

JESUS RETURNS TO KICK ASS WITH MILLAR AND VAUGHN

Thursday, March 26 by

After working with him on Kick-Ass, director Matthew Vaughn is looking to reteam with real-life comic book hero Mark Millar for another comic book adaptation.  So says the Hollywood Reporter.  That next project would be Millar's "American Jesus" comic book, which centers on the return of Christ to the modern world, where he squares off in the ultimate smackdown with the Antichrist, in order to save humanity. Millar's book was originally a 2006 three-issue miniseries called "Chosen." When Millar decided to continue the story as a trilogy of miniseries, the series became known as "American Jesus." The second issue is subtitled "The Resurrection" and will be coming out later this year.Here's the rest of the morning's good news:Universal and Imagine Get Lovecrafty (Empire)Jon Favreau gives tour of his house, shows off his toys (/Film)Russell Brand Gets to the Greek with Blunt in Hand (Moviehole) International Star Trek Posters have beamed up! (LatinoReview)Noot Seear has been cast as Heidi in New Moon (E! Online)

Scrubs Recap: Their Story II

Thursday, March 26 by

J.D. rides a high horse and the new interns get an idea of what it means to work at Sacred Heart.

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