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Batman And Superman Movie: Everything We Know So Far
 If this were the real world, Mike would be roadkill before prom night. But this is a fantasy world loyally crafted to a traditional template, and Mikeas monstrous ambition is the very essence of the American dream. That said, if youave seen Monsters, Inc. you already know Mikeas quest is successful, which strips any suspense from the equation and may leave you wondering why the high-profile animation studio even bothered with a prequel. The answer is simple enough and falls in line with the rest of this Disneyfied picture: Money. Monsters, Inc. <br>Source:

Sullivan, with reporting by Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) It sounds like the fever dream of a fanboy trapped in the heat outside Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, but Superman and Batman will share the screen in a follow-up to "Man of Steel" set for release during the summer of 2015. Director Zack Snyder took browse the stage during the Warner Bros panel to announce that there would be another Superman movie directed by him and co-written with David S. Goyer, but that when the last son of Krypton returned, he'd bring DC Comic's other biggest hero with him. The audience was then treated to a logo that combined two of the most iconic symbols in pop culture. Snyder and a subsequent press release didn't offer much info beyond that, but we do know a fair amount about the meet-up based on some previous reports. So as we start our countdown clock to 2015, let's review what we already know about the Batman and Superman movie. <br>Source:

Alyssa Milano, Is That You? This Movie Poster Might Have You Thinking So

Perhaps it's the profile shot, or the fact that so many movie posters are airbrushed and warped into oblivion , but Blunt is looking less like the shotgun-wielding mama from " Looper " and more like the inspiration for "The Little Mermaid." Another reason Blunt may seem tough to recognize: She's constantly changing her hair color and has admitted to having "schizophrenic" style . All things considered, Blunt's got a better face on than co-star Tom Cruise in his "Edge of Tomorrow" poster has the man looked over 30 in any of his last Kim Kardashian Ray J tape couple of film posters? [Related: Tom Cruise Is the Latest Star to Suit Up for Sci-Fi ] "Edge of Tomorrow" is based off of the Japanese light novel "All You Need Is Kill," from which the film got its original title. In it, Cruise plays Lt. Col. Bill Cage, who's trapped in a day-long time loop in which he continuously wakes up, fights aliens, and dies to live another day. <br>Source:

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Disney's 'Teen Beach Movie' breaks ratings record

Ashland Related topics Markus Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars Rated R for sequences of disturbing violence and terror Now playing at Century 20 Oakridge Mall in San Jose, California: Constructing a movie which absolutely feasts on suspense, James Wan has quietly turned into the best nostalgia horror director of this generation. It is truly the atmosphere which sells The Conjuring. As one of the only directors working today able to maintain long stretches of suspense within his horror films, while at the same time giving audiences only a few real payoffs (a kind of long tail suspense, if you will) Wan takes an average script from the Hayes twins (the ones responsible for that God-awful movie Whiteout) and creates another horror movie that is actually scary. How novel. Side Note: I understand that this movie is rated R for an abundance of horror sequences, but seriously there were more inappropriate scenes containing adult content in the coming attractions. In other words, while The Conjuring is definitely too scary for any child who is afraid of the dark, it contains no nudity, no profanity and almost no blood or innuendo, and should have pulled a PG-13 rating, easy. Synopsis: BASED ON A TRUE STORY and advertized as an Ed and Lorraine Warren (the infamous demonologists/ghost hunters) case that was so disturbing it had to be kept a secretuntil now (cue dramatic music) The Conjuring tells the story of a family who is being terrorized by a poltergeist-like entity (but much more malevolent) and the Warrens (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga respectively) who attempt to discover the truth behind said paranormal activities. Yes, this movie contains a lot of horror cliches: A young couple with children move into an old house, birds flying into the side of the house for no apparent reason, a creepy child alone in her room having a conversation with no one in particular, doors opening and closing by themselves, bumps in the night, etc. <br>Source:

The Conjuring: The Scariest Movie Since “Insidious”

Click through for a sneak peek of the movie with comments from the stars! Bob D'Amico, Disney Channel Fullscreen Brady (Ross Lynch) and McKenzie (Maia Mitchell) are stunned to find themselves trapped inside a '60s-style movie. Though Mitchell has seen beach party flicks 'Beach Blanket Bingo' and 'Gidget,' ''My character is completely unfamiliar with this genre of film,'' she says. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel The first scene from the movie-within-a-movie, 'Wet Side Story,' has lots of Beach Boys-influenced sounds and 'Beach Blanket Bingo'-like sights. ''We got really used to being in colorful '60s outfits. That became our norm,'' says Mitchell of filming last year. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Fullscreen Brady is excited to sing and dance inside his favorite movie. Fans of Disney Channel's 'Austin and Ally' know that Lynch is a skilled dancer (he's been taking classes since about age 5) and musician (his band R5 is touring now). Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Biker Butchy (John DeLuca) and surfer Tanner (Garrett Clayton) go head-to-head for control of local hangout Big Momma's. ''Butchy is hilarious,'' says Mitchell, who thinks the character gets some of the best lines. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Though Tanner serenades McKenzie in the movie, Lynch is the real romantic. ''I always love the love stories,'' he says. Francisco Roman, Disney Channel Fullscreen Tanner lifts McKenzie during a big song-and-dance number outside. <br>Source:

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