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In Honor Of Herman Cain: 7 Disgraced Movie Politicians
Tuesday, November 29 by

14% of them are played by Frank Langella.

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Unknown
Tuesday, January 11 by

Director: Jaume Collet-Serra Cast: Liam Neeson, January Jones, Diane Kruger, Frank Langella Synopsis: A man awakens from a coma, only to discover that someone has taken on his identity and…

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Liam Neeson Has Half a Face In ‘Unknown’ Poster
Wednesday, November 24 by

In the new poster for Unknown, Liam Neeson tries to cover up horrible acne scars and/or the dark side of his soul. Depends on how deep you want to get with it.

Liam Neeson Wants Answers In ‘Unknown’ Trailer
Thursday, October 21 by

Liam Neeson in suspended animation.
Warner Bros. has dropped the new trailer for Unknown. Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (House of Wax), it stars Liam Neeson as a guy who wakes from a coma and discovers that someone has taken is identity and not even his hot wife (January Jones) believes him. He teams up with a hot cab driver (Diane Kruger), who originally put him in the coma by crashing into a lake, to help him make sense of the whole mess. Neeson kicks some ass in it Taken-style, so despite the whole clichéd "why does no one recognize me!" premise, it could be worth checking out.
Unknown wanders into theaters February 18, 2011.
Check out the trailer after the jump…

12 New Still Photos from Richard Kelly’s ‘The Box’
Tuesday, October 20 by

 The 120-minute Warner Brothers presentation at Comic-Con 2009 made for one of the hottest talking points at the event, not for the Where the Wild Things Are footage or the A Nightmare on Elm Street trailer that finally showed up online the other day… but for Cameron Diaz's potentially massive spoiler slip-up during the presentation for Richard Kelly's third film,The Box, starring Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella. We won't remind anyone of the specifics, but suffice it to say that the slip could turn out to have been fairly egregious. The producers have kept pretty mum since, but some new production stills from the film have arrived online, and we have a handful of them for you after the jump. We think you'll agree that the film's 1970s setting, paired with the compositions and unsettling subject matter have turned Richard Matheson's short story, "Button, Button," into some meticulous, cool Kubrickian nightmare. 

‘THE BOX’ TRAILER
Wednesday, June 24 by