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The Dark Knight Rises trailers have been epic enough, but thanks to this clip from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the addition of a voice-over by Pee-Wee Herman really helps you appreciate how Batman is the luckiest boy in the world with all the cool toys, flying "not-a-cars," and voluptuous cat-burglars in his life.

Of course, Jambi the genie probably could have done him a solid by letting him know ahead of time that Bane was coming to town, but whatever.

Oz: The Great And Powerful: Trailer Debuts

The first trailer for The Wizard of Oz prequel, Oz: The Great and Powerful has hit.

Rather than a fourth go with Marvel's Wall-Crawler, director, Sam Raimi reunites with his Harry Osborn, James Franco, as they pay attention to the "man behind the curtain" in this epic tale of how a shady, small-time magician named Oscar Diggs becomes the wonderful Wizard who eventually tells Dorothy the shockingly-easy way to get back home to Kansas.

With co-stars, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams, James Franco notches yet another prequel on his belt after recently helping the Planet of the Apes "rise."

For Sam Raimi, it's an ultra-ambitious step into new, non-Spider, non-Deadite territory that appears to be awe-inspiring.

Check out the trailer below and prepare to ward-off flying monkeys when Oz: The Great and Powerful hits theaters on March 8, 2013.

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Looks Like Spider-Man Is Home Alone

"Wow, look at that thorax! I wouldn't mind fertilizing the 3,000 eggs in her sacs...if you know what I mean.

...Man, what am I doing with my life?"


Daredevil Reboot Loses Director, Fantastic Four Gets One

It looks like things got shook up at 20th Century Fox's brand of Marvel comic book movies. The upcoming reboot of Daredevil has apparently lost director, David Slade. However, one of Fox's other reboot projects, Fantastic Four has gained some ground by scoring director, Josh Trank.

Most fans are likely in the mindset of hoping that all of Marvel Comics' film properties can be corralled back under the unifying Marvel Studios banner, so that quality can be improved and crossover potential with the other films would be available. However, as we've recently seen with the rather quick reboot effort of The Amazing Spider-Man over at Sony, the studios seem to be moving forward with these projects to not only anchor the film rights, but strike while the comic book iron is hot with The Avengers making ungodly box-office grosses and The Dark Knight Rises also looking to do the same starting next week.

Where do projects like Daredevil and Fantastic Four lie in the equation?

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Come on, Arnold, get a move on it! Nick Tortelli and his mercenary are gonna kill Tony Micelli's daughter at any moment, now!

Seriously, how many times are you gonna reapply that camouflage? Do you think if you do it a tenth time people will think you're invisible?

Trust me, the guys on this island make Imperial Stormtroopers look like expert marksman. Just grab your s**t and go!

Based on what we've already seen, it's clear that the epic tension between Batman and Bane in The Dark Knight Rises was missing a critical element: An annoying acrobatic teenager with a Boy Scout mentality who seems to preface too many things with the word, "holy."

Well, thanks to the folks at Above Average Productions, we no longer have to pine for the opportunity that director, Christopher Nolan missed by not including the green Speedo-sporting, elf-shoes-wearing boy wonder in his films.

With the release of The Amazing Spider-Man last week being so close to the impending arrival of The Dark Knight Rises on July 20, it's not hard to see why Batman might feel that Spidey rebooted himself too soon just to spoil the big swan song of his latest film series at the box-office.

Well, s**t just got real, and it seems that the city of Toronto will have to host what could be the ultimate throw-down.

...Well, the ultimate light-shoving match, anyway.

The Hobbit Releases Amazing Banner Poster

Just after releasing a new set of photos and an epic promo poster, more images from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey keep coming. This time, however, it comes in the form of this amazing panoramic banner poster, depicting key moments in the film.

The poster reveals a vast array of the film's indelible moments from the initial meeting of Gandalf and Bilbo, the formation of the group to retake the kingdom under the mountain, the lurking trolls ready to turn them into supper, Bilbo's fateful encounter with Gollum, trouble with warg wolves, and even what may be our very first glimpse of the giant-humanoid/bear-shape-shifting warrior, Beorn.

Check out the full poster in all its gigantic scrolling glory at Entertainment Weekly.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey rides to theaters on barrels on December 14.

This week's box-office king, The Amazing Spider-Man may have been a reinvention of the franchise's character and pathos, but as far as Indian Spider-Man goes, he's got great power and great responsibility...to ditch all that crime-fighting crap and take the LSAT.

His folks know that he was bitten by a radioactive spider, but the superpowers that resulted from it doesn't come with a six-figure salary and a 401(k.)

Gonna Be Hard Catching Ewoks On That

The Empire should be concerned when its Biker Scouts are traipsing around town like hipsters.

Not only do these guys have to worry about downed trees and smart alecks tapping them on one side of their shoulder to make them look the wrong way, but now there's traffic and abandoned shopping carts to contend with.


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