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It's not every day that a girl like Olivia Wilde comes along.
The starlet of "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" can pull off genre work like "Cowboys & Aliens" and "TRON: Legacy," she can handle comedy like in the "The Change-Up" and she can rock the drama like on television's "House." She's also a major humanitarian, and has even executive produced documentary shorts, on the work she's done in Haiti.
All that, and she's drop-dead gorgeous to boot. In other words, who better to get a Hot People Looking Hot dedicated gallery?
The as-yet-untitled "Tron 3" project gained a screenwriter last week, and now it has officially gained a star.
Garrett Hedlund confirmed to NextMovie exclusively that he would follow up his 2010 performance as Sam Flynn in "TRON: Legacy" by appearing in the long-rumored sequel, which may begin shooting in 2014, according to some sources. Get More »
Award-winning Welsh actor Michael Sheen first appeared as Aro, the leader of the ancient Italian coven of vampires called the Volturi, in "The Twilight Saga: New Moon." Since then he has played the delightfully unhinged character in every "Twilight" movie leading up to "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," in which the Volturi clan and the Cullens face off in the series' grand finale.
Sheen is no stranger to fantasy roles, having played Lucian the werewolf in a few "Underworld" films as well as the flamboyant Castro/Zuse in "TRON: Legacy." The 43-year-old actor also earned accolades playing real-life figures like David Frost in "Frost/Nixon" and British Prime Minister Tony Blair in "The Queen." Get More »
"The Dark Knight Rises" is one of the most anticipated movies of this summer, not just because it's the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" franchise, but also because Anne Hathaway will be playing Catwoman. We're looking forward to seeing Hathaway's take on the beloved character, but we might be even more to excited to see her bring all the sexiness and sass we love about Catwoman to that iconic outfit.
Hathaway is one more in a long line of lovely ladies who have donned catsuits in movies, be it attending a costume party or kicking some serious butt. Not everyone can pull off a skin-tight suit, but these actresses make it look easy.
Flip through this gallery of fierce-looking females, and you're going to wish you had nine lives just so you could look at it over and over again. Meow!
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Taylor Kitsch as "John Carter," the Confederate captain who finds himself transported to Mars, is certainly a sight to behold (rippling abs, etc). But if anyone can rival him for hottest life on Mars, it's Lynn Collins as princess Dejah Thoris. If we'd known Martians were this sexy, we would colonized the planet years ago, are we right?
Collins is just the latest instance of sexy femininity in sci-fi, a legacy that stretches back decades and encompasses everything from bikini-clad bounty hunters to pleasure robots. Take a look at 20 of the hottest sci-fi sirens to grace the silver screen.
Originally published December 8, 2010.
Whether you want to journey to a galaxy far, far away, immerse yourself in Middle-earth or just have a great laugh, there's something for everyone on disc this holiday season.
Many of the 15 gift items listed include the DVD, Blu-ray and a digital copy -- so the movie you buy can play on a variety of gadgets, including computers, tablets and other portable devices. To sweeten the pot, many of these sets come bundled with books, lobby cards, figurines or limited-edition packaging that make Internet piracy a cheap (and lame) imitation.
We don't know if you've been naughty this year, but any of these discs would look nice wrapped with a bow.
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Around the country, people of every race, religion and walk of life are pulling out their Stormtrooper costumes, dusting off their "I Grok Spock" T-shirts and lovingly preparing their CGC-slabbed, 9.2-graded, personally autographed copy of "Brother Power the Greek" #3. It can only mean one thing: Comic-Con is about to return to San Diego.
Over the years, Comic-Con has provided movie fans with some of the most buzzed-about moments in pop culture history. In order to get y'all properly stoked for this year's edition of the world's preeminent fan festival, here's a look back at nine of the most buzzworthy moments in Con history. Get More »
What do George Clooney, Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner and Robert Pattinson have in common? (Aside from being incredibly good-looking?) They've all been recipients of the MTV Movie Award for Breakout Star.
This year's nominees -- which include two youngsters who aren't old enough to drive yet -- hope to follow in their footsteps, having turned heads in 2010 as superheroes, vampires and budding entrepreneurs. Here's hoping these bright stars will end up with the careers of some of this award's past winners, rather than the offscreen exploits of some others (ahem, 2004 winner Lindsay Lohan).
The long-awaited sequel to 1982's "TRON" makes the original movie's innovative technology look old-school Atari by comparison -- a good thing for fans of sleek, modern upgrades.
In "TRON: Legacy," on DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3-D today, Jeff Bridges returns as Kevin Flynn, the genius software engineer and CEO of ENCOM International, who we learn disappeared in 1989. Twenty years later, Flynn's son, Sam (Garrett Hedlund), is ENCOM's controlling shareholder but takes little interest in his dad's business until ENCOM executive Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) urges Sam to investigate a page from his father's old arcade. It is there that Sam is transported to the Grid—a virtual world inside the computer—and the 3-D neon fun begins. Get More »
With a current gross of nearly $400 million at the worldwide box office, "TRON: Legacy" can still only be considered a middling success. That's not great news for rabid "Tron" fans, who wait patiently for any news related to a potential (and no longer surefire) sequel.
Disney is looking out for those folks feeling the cold turkey effects of a world without Tron viral promotion by releasing "Tron: The Next Day" (found via SlashFilm), a short film that bridges the original 1982 "Tron" with the 2010 sequel, out onto The Grid. Get More »