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Will Anne Hathaway de-throne Michelle Pfeiffer as the best-ever live-action incarnation of Catwoman? Prep yourself for Anne's own unique meow mix in "The Dark Knight Rises" with Heavy's collection of her 20 hottest photos.
Is it us or did Aaron Johnson age about ten years between "Kick-Ass" and "Savages?" Whether he looks too old to play the role now or not, Johnson is back for "Kick-Ass 2," and he shared his excitement for the sequel with MTV Splash Page.
It's wild to be a part of pop culture history — especially when you're playing a superhero's girlfriend! Emma Stone talks with BuzzSugar about taking on the role of Gwen Stacy in "The Amazing Spider-Man."
Los Angelenos — was your commute last Friday made even more congested by all the bike-riding Elliotts? The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition gathered dozens of cyclists to pay homage to "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" as the film's 30-year anniversary was celebrated at the L.A. Film Festival.
Are young adult novels becoming the new comic books in Hollywood? Variety reports that Fake Empire has secured the film rights to Stacy Kramer and Valerie Thomas' YA novel "From What I Remember," which follows a group of high school seniors who get stranded in Mexico and must find their way back over the border in time for their graduation ceremony.
Roger Ebert turned 70 this week, and despite the horrible ailments of the last decade that have taken away his ability to eat, drink, or speak, he's still America's leading movie critic. Moviefone gives both a thumbs-up and a thumbs-down to Ebert's more than 30-year legacy.