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With "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" wrapping up, we nominate "The Hunger Games" as the Next Big Thing, and we've got the news and pics to support our claim.
The quick hits just keep on coming! Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe are taking on "Broken City," Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey will be rolling in "Mud" and Chris Evans has one -- yes, one -- line of dialogue ahead of him.
Don't know about you, but we like our popcorn with a little extra butter (and some hilarz movie spoofs from Los Angeles-based comedy group Reckless Tortuga).
Nar seeks the youth opinion on this word that Eddie Murphy may host the Academy Awards, so he asks his nephew Liam, who sings his response and is really no Justin Bieber...
Bradley Cooper is taking a limitless amount of roles, while Tom Cruise is rockin' for the ages.
In this week's Posternalysis, we look at the needy love letter that is the "Like Crazy" poster... and the suspicious pose of a girl who might need a bathroom on "The Hunter" poster.
"Captain America" director Joe Johnston is trying to talk George Lucas into letting him do a movie on "Star Wars" character Boba Fett. Also -- spoiler alert! -- Team NextMovie will be at San Diego Comic-Con.
Adam Sandler has plans to remake '80s classic "Three Men and a Baby"... only this time, he wants those three men to be in a gay, polyamorous relationship. Um. Okay?
Wearing pants this time, our DVDiva, Brigitte Dale, explains how "Limitless" isn't for kids, "Rango" is an obvious choice for Johnny Depp and this week's Blu-ray releases are begging for a girls' night in.
Now that "Thor" and "Captain America" have lit up the box office, Marvel is moving on to some of its... lesser known characters.