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We were wondering when it was going to come to this. Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel offer their best impersonations of original "Total Recall" star Arnold Schwarzenegger on Moviefone's latest edition of Unscripted.
Speaking of "Total Recall," by now you know that director Len Wiseman did the right thing and included the infamous three-breasted hooker in his remake. In joyous celebration, Film Drunk racks up "Beyond the Boobs: A Brief Cinematic History of Multi-Breasted Women."
Oh yeah, there's that "Red Dawn" remake starring Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson that you've probably forgotten all about. USA Today has the first look at the Wolverines, the band of young freedom fighters who protect America when we're invaded by "foreign paratroopers."
Oh yeah, we also forgot about the Shakespeare movie that Joss Whedon shot literally in his own backyard. Hypable has the first batch of pics from "Much Ado About Nothing," and there's no Kenneth Branagh, Keanu Reeves, Denzel Washington or Michael Keaton in sight.
Alcon Entertainment must really like "Beautiful Creatures," 'cause they're looking to tell another Young Adult tale with author Margaret Stohl. Variety reports that the studio is looking to score the rights to "Icons: The Book of Sorrow," the first book in a planned series about a future Earth that's been decimated by an alien race.
Okay, we were wondering when we were going to get a taste of some of the R-rated shenanigans that no doubt go down in "Bachelorette." Funny or Die has the red band trailer for the new comedy starring Kristen Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Rebel Wilson and Isla Fisher.
Speaking of new trailers, you can never have enough previews of this fall's suburban thriller, "House at the End of the Street." Check out the latest display of Jennifer Lawrence staking her claim as a white T-shirt-wearing scream queen.