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  • DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: March 8, 2011

    Six new releases on DVD and Blu-ray pack the laughs, explosions, revelations, blood, guts, and gags that 2010 had to offer, with a few Oscar nominees mixed in.

    (4) by Mike Eisenberg
  • Toy Story 3, The King’s Speech & More Ineligible For WGA Screenplay Awards

    Top movie awards contenders like ‘Toy Story 3′ and ‘The King’s Speech’ have been deemed ineligible for the Best Screenplay categories at The Writers Guild of America awards.

    (8) by Ross Miller
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: November 28, 2010

    Here’s our weekend box office report and various movie news tidbits we may have missed during the week.

    (20) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: November 21, 2010

    Here’s our weekend box office report and various movie news tidbits we may have missed during the week.

    (22) by Niall Browne
  • Poster Roundup: Tron Legacy, Let Me In, And More

    Check out International posters for Tron Legacy, Let Me In, and Legend of the Guardians, along with a U.S. poster for The Next Three Days.

    (4) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Screen Rant’s 2010 Fall Movie Preview

    We take an extensive look at the upcoming movies of Fall 2010, including The Town, Paranormal Activity 2, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Tron Legacy and more.

    (38) by Kofi Outlaw
  • 2010 Fall/Winter Movie Trailer Mashup

    Screen Rant’s exclusive Fall/Winter movie trailer mashup – combining over two dozen of the major movies being released for the Fall/Winter 2010 movie season into one awesome trailer.

    (14) by Ben Kendrick
  • The Next Three Days

    Lionsgate has debuted the trailer for the latest Paul Haggis film, The Next Three Days, starring Russell Crowe, Liam Neeson, and Elizabeth Banks – and it’s packed with action and runaway rescues.

    (23) by Mike Eisenberg
  • Mid-Week Movie News Wrap Up – July 30, 2009

    In the Wrap Up this week: Warner Bros get jiggy with their release dates; Paul W.S. Anderson is The Warded Man; Schwentke sees Red with…

    (1) by Niall Browne