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Calling all amateur singers, beat-boxers and dancers! If you've got what it takes to be "Pitch Perfect," enter for your chance to star in a music video alongside the film's cast (Anna Kendrick! Rebel Wilson!) and YouTube sensation Mike Tompkins, performing an a cappella cover of the Nicki Minaj hit, "Starships."
This is great news, 'cause we didn't think we were going to see any of Smaug in the first "Hobbit" movie. Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the mighty dragon via motion capture in Peter Jackson's new fantasy epic, says we might at least get a glimpse of Smaug's eye in the first installment, "An Unexpected Journey."
"Miss Giddy." "Rictus Erectus." "The Dag." No, it's not the names of new vehicles in the next "Twisted Metal" video game, it's the supporting cast of "Mad Max: Fury Road," according to the official synopsis posted at The Playlist.
We had a feeling there was more to Harry Dean Stanton's character than the brief glimpse we got of him in the theatrical cut. Check out the blue-collar wit and wisdom on display in this deleted scene from "The Avengers."
Sure, you have to pay taxes, endure early morning commutes and get through other daily challenges of life, but just be thankful that you're not, you know, possessed by a spawn o' Satan. The power of Screen Junkies compels you to face seven demonic possessions that would just completely ruin your day.
Speaking about days being completely ruined, how about the hell that poor teenage fast food employee has to go through in "Compliance"? As director Craig Zobel makes us realize that there is true human evil in this world (and on the phone), Complex compiles a list of the 50 most disturbing movies, from Eli Roth's "Hostel" to ... actually, some of these you've probably never even heard of.