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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Teaser Trailer

The end of the Twilight movie saga is nigh; a point that seems especially true with the new teaser trailer for the gloomy romance's (Bella) swan song, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2.

The brooding, moody human, Bella finally got what she wanted: To be a brooding, moody vampire. Unfortunately the Vampire Child Protective Services are coming to take her ridiculously-fast-growing baby away to a foster home. (And by "foster home," I mean killing it with violence.)

So, proud vampire papa, Edward is rallying the entire community of fit and photogenic monsters to fight alongside him to protect the hybrid baby and prove that it deserves to live.

The epic finale goes down in theaters on November 16.

Check out the trailer below to see pretty much everything I described.

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Young Justice's Danica McKellar Pics

Who's cooler, Danica McKellar or Miss Martian, the green-skinned shape shifter that she plays on Young Justice? Trick question. They're both equally awesome! Sure, Miss Martian can fly and phase through solid objects, but there's no way you can look at see her studio interview and our behind-the-scenes Danica McKellar photos and not be wowed. Beautiful, smart, sometimes-alien, plus she's an author of a series of math-teaching, self-confidence-boosting books for young women...the latest of which is titled Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape. Get more info on Danica, her books and more at DanicaMcKellar.com!

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With just a month to go before the big launch, a new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has hit, showing us just a bit more of the epic finale to director Christopher Nolan's Batman films.

In moment that hearkens back to the famous "Knightfall" comic book storyline, Bane, well aware of Batman's true identity as Bruce Wayne, pays a little visit to Wayne Manor and makes himself at home in the Batcave. Judging by this, and the other trailers we've seen (so, it's not a spoiler,) it doesn't look like this an encounter that will go too well for 'ole Bruce.

However, just like with Rocky Balboa in his third movie, Batman's also going to need to find the Eye of the Tiger and face his fears to overcome this jacked-up challenger who knocked his block off, all with the fate of Gotham City at stake.

Predictions? Pain...and Bane.

The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20.

A set of glasses filled with water (or perhaps, polyjuice potion,) a fan, and a grill are all this talented player needs to transport you to the magical, mystical halls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

The chiming reverberations will instantly help you think back to the good old days when Harry, Ron, and Hermione were just children learning magic tricks, before all the death, destruction, and sister-boinking that would ensue.

Justice League Spinoff Blitz On Tap At Warner

It seems like Warner Bros is about to unleash a major barrage of DC Comic superheroes onto the big screen, most of which will be under the tent-pole of the proposed Justice League film that is once again apparently back on the table.

Projects like Justice League, to be penned by Castle and Gangster Squad writer, Will Beall and a Wonder Woman solo film penned by Green Lantern co-writer, Michael Goldenberg are the latest on tap. They now join titles previously known to be in development like The Flash, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Lobo, The Suicide Squad, and Shazam.

The studio has attempted numerous times to make a live-action Justice League film into a reality, but have always run into roadblocks such as the Writers Guild strike of 2007, or the underwhelming performance of last year's Green Lantern. However, the whole thing about Marvel's The Avengers raking-in what is at this point, nearly one and half BILLION dollars might have been the catalyst to get things moving when it comes to an array of superhero films with a connected universe.

Is this a smart move? Or is Warner about to spoil the party?

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In the latest production video for The Hobbit, director, Peter Jackson, with a plethora of the film's stars give us a look behind the magic curtain that is the production studio in Wellington, New Zealand.

As always, we are treated to all the nuances of life on the set that really brings home the massive nature of this production. However, besides all the behind-the-scenes, destined-for-Blu-ray-extras goodness, we're also treated to a few unexpected things: Dwarves...on skateboards...having lightsaber duels...throwing karate kicks.

As if that wasn't enough, we also get a look at Orlando Bloom, all decked-out with elf ears and flowing hair, ready for another go as Legolas. But, he may need to watch his back, as another actor who is more cost-effective (and space-effective) may be looming over...err, under his shoulder to usurp the role!

Captain America 2 Gets Directing Duo

The upcoming sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger now has its director...well, directors. The brother duo of Joe Russo and Anthony Russo have been tasked with Cap's second solo outing after the character's mega-successful outing in the destructive tour de force that was The Avengers.

The brothers Russo, who only bring a head-scratching resume of work on TV comedies like Community, Happy Endings, and Arrested Development were actually named as candidates for the job a few months ago. However, their chances were seemingly dismissed by speculators, with George Nolfi and F. Gary Gray looking to be the more likely choices among the list.

Nevertheless, the Russos obviously must have something special that they're bringing to the table in regards to the script. The brothers will now replace Joe Johnston as helmer in a film that will likely focus on the unfrozen hero's adjustment to modern times and bring us another one of his famous comic book nemeses.

Captain America 2 is set to toss its shield at theater audiences on April 4, 2014.


"Growing minds need to have their brains think." It's a quote that from now on should be struck onto the Pulitzer Prize.

It might be the case that this 10th grader had to make a completely extemporaneous speech, but even if that was the case, her improvisational skills leave something to be desired, even for a sophomore.

She shouldn't feel too bad, though. If you really want to see horrible on-the-fly speeches, look no further than prospective WWE wrestlers.

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X-Men: First Class Sequel Is Days Of Future Past?

Possible news regarding the upcoming X-Men: First Class sequel may have surfaced. Could the film be ready to tackle one of the X-Men mythos' most iconic stories involving alternate timelines?

According to a report from Ain't It Cool News, the MPAA Title Registration Bureau just registered the title, Days of Future Past; a name that will ring familiar with anyone who's acquainted with X-Men comics from the early 80's during the magical Chris Claremont/John Byrne era.

While nothing has been confirmed, the possibility does exist that the First Class sequel could be tackling the storyline in which the assassination of anti-mutant senator, Robert Kelly (who some may remember was played by Bruce Davison in the 2000 X-Men film,) sets off a chain reaction that leads to a dystopian future in which mutants are hunted to near extinction by the giant robot Sentinels.

Could this be in store for director Matthew Vaughn's next entry into the mutant movieverse?

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Do you find yourself confused by the vast array of houses and family members in Game of Thrones? Well, this super-cut of literally EVERY mention of the main houses and names on the show, in chronological order, even updated to include last night's season finale definitely won't help you clear any of that confusion.

Brace yourself, names are coming.

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