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Forget "The Avengers." The real trailer to watch this week on Fandango is the one for "Piranha 3DD," which features plenty o' bikini-clad fish food, David Hasselhoff in his "Baywatch" get-up, a crazed Christopher Lloyd and Ving Rhames with ... well, we won't spoil it for you.
Consider all of the elements here: Tim Riggins from "Friday Night Lights" being directed by the guy who made "Wall-E" in a movie with a $200 million budget, marketing problems and the balls/lunacy to make the movie's adorable animal sidekick look like a svelte Jabba the Hut. Vulture asks 25 pressing questions about one of the year's most oddly fascinating films, "John Carter."
Move over cowboys, it's the dinosaurs that are going to battle the aliens now! Heat Vision brings word that "Men in Black III" director Barry Sonnenfeld and comics maestro Grant Morrison have joined forces on "Dinosaurs vs. Aliens," a graphic novel that will hit store shelves in June.
Bill Murray enjoys his life as an enigma, gallivanting around the world while only accepting the roles that he happens to find interesting. And Moviefone makes the argument that a disaster-in-waiting like "Ghostbusters III" could've taken that life away.
Upon the possibility that "Black Swan" vixen Mila Kunis will be playing Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis in Lee Daniels' upcoming film, "The Butler," Hollywood.com takes a look at five actresses who have already played the former First Lady, including Katie Holmes' recent portrayal in "The Kennedys."
We think Jack Kerouac himself would've dug this poster. Set a course for The Hollywood Reporter and check out the one-sheet for "On the Road," the upcoming adaptation of Kerouac's classic beat-generation novel starring Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kirsten Dunst and Kristen Stewart.