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Is it true that ghosts are scarier when they're female? In anticipation of next week's Blu-ray and DVD release of "The Woman in Black," Screen Junkies takes a look at the seven most terrifying lady spirits in cinema, from the librarian in "Ghostbusters" to those damn(ed) Grady daughters in "The Shining" and beyond.
Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughey and the rest of the cast of "Magic Mike" are getting nakedly honest (and perhaps also honestly naked) in a new interview. Head over to Pop Watch to get in on the stripper action ... and check out the rather exotic cover photo.
These folks sure are "Lawless," all right! The Playlist has put up some character posters of the most wanted criminals of the upcoming Prohibition crime drama, including Jessica Chastain, Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf.
Don't be fooled by all those bananas, oranges and peaches in the background of Tenacious D's new music video. You won't find the kind of "Low Hangin' Fruit" that JB and KG are describing in a produce aisle; you're more likely to find such succulent delights in, say, a dive bar — and over at Heavy.
Comedy certainly isn't always pretty. Upon this week's release of "The Dictator," which features jokes about 9/11, sex slavery and other taboo topics, Moviefone laughs (somewhat uncomfortably) at some of the most controversial comedies of all time, including "Blazing Saddles," "Fritz the Cat" and more.
Harvey Weinstein made an alternate cut of "The King Speech" to secure a PG-13 rating (and more asses in the seats). Now, Movieline has another alternate cut of the film — featuring nothing but the stuttering. Or, as they call it in Oscar-history circles, "156 seconds of infirmity that earned Colin Firth an Academy Award for Best Actor."