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‘John Carter’ And 8 Other Films With Confederate Protagonists
Monday, March 5 by

Once you get past the whole racist and violent thing, they’re not bad guys.

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‘John Carter’ Officially Has A Trailer
Thursday, December 1 by

Not only can he breathe on Mars, but he can kick serious ass on Mars.

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Posters For ‘Deathly Hallows’, ‘Straw Dogs’ And ‘John Carter’ (Formerly Of Mars)
Wednesday, June 15 by

Only one of these films is not in 3D, which is fine with me, as I find rural bullying hits too close to home as it is.

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Disney Slates ‘John Carter’ Against ‘Prometheus’ In Move That Should Last A Week
Wednesday, January 19 by

The realizations that Prometheus can’t push them around and that Tim Burton is just one man has caused Disney to move the dates of two 2012 releases.

‘John Carter Of Mars’ Has a Release Date
Tuesday, August 10 by

Good news, John Carter Of Mars fans (both of you).

Disney has set a release date for the film. Now the two of you can plan ahead and drive together. What, you don't even live in the same state? Well, considering the film won't be coming out until June 8th, 2012, you've got plenty of time to coordinate.

For those of you who aren't in "the know," the film is based on the sci-fi books of Edgar Rice Burroughs, and will be shown in 3D. Considering the likelihood of scantly-clad Martian women, this is one 3D production I think we can all agree on.
See dad, I'm not gay. Why would I want to look at boobs in 3D if I was gay? ANSWER ME! (Hollywood Reporter)

Bryan Cranston Joins ‘John Carter of Mars’
Thursday, January 14 by

  Breaking Bad's meth cooking schoolteacher Bryan Cranston has joined the cast of Andrew Stanton's foray into live-action, John Carter of Mars. Taylor Kitsch stars as the Civil War veteran John Carter, who is mysteriously transported to Mars and joins the Martian people in their own war. Cranston will play a Civil War colonel who comes into conflict with Carter. Also on board for the Pixar film are Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, Mark Strong, and Thomas Haden Church. All are playing giant, green warrior-like aliens. I know. I know. You already want to compare this to Avatar. But that comparison really doesn't hold up. First of all, this is based off a book series by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Cameron stole his story from a novella. Plus, the Na'vi are blue not green. Do your research, guys. (THR)