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  • The 13 Worst Movie Posters of 2012

    Check out our list of the 13 worst movie posters of 2012 – including movies like ‘The Avengers,’ “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” and more.

    (60) by Paul Young
  • Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: March 18th, 2012

    Here’s our box office report for the weekend of March 16th, 2012 – featuring the performance of new releases ‘21 Jump Street’ and ‘Casa De Mi Padre’ as well as returning films like ‘John Carter,’ ‘The Lorax,’ and ‘Silent House’.

    (14) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: March 11th, 2012

    Here’s our box office report for the weekend of March 9th, 2012 – featuring the performance of new releases ‘John Carter,’ ‘Silent House,’ and ‘A Thousand Words’ as well as returning films like ‘The Lorax,’ ‘Act of Valor,’ and “Safe House’.

    (32) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: March 4th, 2012

    Here’s our box office report for the weekend of March 2, 2012 – featuring the performance of new releases ‘The Lorax’ and ‘Project X’ as well as returning films like ‘Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance’, ‘Act of Valor’ and Oscar winner ‘The Artist’.

    (7) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: February 26th, 2012

    Here’s our box office report for the weekend of February 24th, 2012 – featuring the performance of new releases ‘Act Of Valor’, ‘Wanderlust’ and ‘Gone’ as well as returning films like ‘Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance’ and ‘Safe House’.

    (1) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: February 19th, 2012

    Here’s our box office report for the weekend of February 17, 2012 – featuring the performance of new releases ‘Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance’, ‘This Means War’ as well as returning films like ‘Safe House’ and ‘The Vow’.

    (19) by Niall Browne
  • 5 Film Roles That Are Propelling Tom Hardy Onto The Hollywood A-List

    Tom Hardy isn’t quite a household name – yet, but he’s building momentum and is due to break through in a big way with the release of ‘This Means War’ & ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’

    (52) by John Hanlon
  • This Means War

    For the sum of its parts, This Means War is likely to work as a middle-of-the-road guilty pleasure experience that can satisfy a diverse range of filmgoers.

    (18) by Ben Kendrick
  • Movie Image Roundup: ‘Spider-Man’ ‘Hunger Games’, ‘Battleship’, ‘Men in Black 3′ & More

    Our image gallery contains 17 new photos from 2012 movies like ‘Amazing Spider-Man’, ‘Hunger Games’, ‘Battleship’, ‘Men in Black 3′, ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’, ‘Brave’ and more.

    (18) by Kofi Outlaw
  • This Means War

    Chris Pine (Star Trek) and Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises) are CIA agents fighting over the same woman (Reese Witherspoon) in the trailer for McG’s ‘This Means War’.

    (25) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Mad Men’ Actress Onboard For McG’s ‘This Means War’

    Actress Abigail Spencer of ‘Mad Men’ fame is the latest addition to the cast of ‘This Means War’, director McG’s upcoming action/comedy about two lovestruck secret agents.

    (6) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Chelsea Handler Takes A Side In ‘This Means War’

    Comedian Chelsea Handler joins Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine in McG’s romantic comedy, ‘This Means War’.

    (3) by Mike Eisenberg
  • ‘Dragon Tattoo’ Star Noomi Rapace Circling ‘M:I4′ & ‘Sherlock Holmes 2′

    Girl With The Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace talks to Hollywood about roles in Mission: Impossible 4, Sherlock Holmes 2 and a host of other big projects.

    (8) by Niall Browne
  • Tom Hardy Replacing Sam Worthington In ‘This Means War’

    Tom Hardy (Inception) has reportedly replaced Sam Worthington in This Means War, a new action/comedy from director McG.

    (18) by Ross Miller
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: June 20, 2010

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

    (19) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: May 9, 2010

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

    (4) by Niall Browne