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You're not the only one who is counting down the days to the "Breaking Dawn" premiere. Anna Kendrick herself has yet to see any of the latest "Twilight" movie. She dished to Hollywood Crush about her anticipation, as well as getting to work with Bryce Dallas Howard on "50/50" -- who is apparentely much more pleasant to work with than the evil vampire she embodies for the "Twilight" saga.
It's never too early for minions. The sequel to "Despicable Me" isn't hitting theaters until 2013, but Universal Pictures has already released the new movie poster. Check it out on Rope of Silicon.
With Anna Faris' new movie "What's Your Number?" hitting theaters this week, it was only appropriate for MTV's "After Hours" to sit down with her to discuss relationships. And who better to help dish on the ups and downs of true love than "Jersey Shore"'s own Vinny Guadagnino? MTV has the video.
These days it seems like bigtime Hollywood producers are making more 3-D movies than the good ol' fashioned 2-D. You remember those movies, don't you? Aware that loveable classics are in danger of being remade to jump out at the audience, Moviefone compiled a list of 11 movies that should not be released in 3-D. And we couldn't agree more.
Stephen King's "The Shining" sequel, "Dr. Sleep", is coming soon. King read aloud from the first chapter of "Dr. Sleep" this weekend, and Fear Net has the audio and the full story.
Daniel Craig seems to be emulating the legendary Harrison Ford in all of his roles lately. We don't blame him-- who wouldn't want to be Indiana Jones, anyway? Head over to Movieline to check out just how similar these two megastars are.
Tobias Segal is the latest actor to join the all-star cast of Universal Pictures' "R.I.P.D." Bloody Disgusting has the gorey details.
Angelina Jolie sure is feeling "Wanted" these days. Her 2008 movie is getting a sequel, and the original screenwriters are returning to continue the story. Hollywood Reporter has the full story.