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John Cusack gives the lowdown on his unique way of getting into character in "The Raven."
Nar and Matt are back, bringing the latest news from the Con while hosting their own panel and hitting the press lines to find tall white guys.
Afraid to admit what movie you saw last weekend? It's not worth keeping up the lie, dude -- be honest. Speaking of honesty, are Taylor Lautner's abs really a figment of movie magic?!
Everything old is new again! Expect to see a reboot of "Godzilla," as that big bully starts stomping on some new, unsuspecting city, along with a new version of low-budget horror bonanza "Evil Dead."
Brigitte confesses she had to shoot this week's episode twice because she accidentally recorded over the first with videos of kittens. Which she shares, alongside news of "Everything Must Go," "X-Men: First Class" and "Hanna."
What a difference a year can make, huh? The gang from Reckless Tortuga explore watching movies in 2012 and introduce you to Jane, whose voice sounds strikingly like the creatures from "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark." Romance ensues, we promise.
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...
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.