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Get ready to mark your calendars, Yahoo! Movies has just debuted this first poster for Iron Man 2, which will release in theaters on May 7. The poster gives you a first official look at War Machine played by Don Cheadle! Also expect the first full trailer to be attached to Sherlock Holmes this Christmas.


Nothing brightens up one’s day like the Muppets. MAMA!!! Dada??

As much as I would like to admit, I’m a trekkie, and this new trailer definitely looks promising. Looks like JJ Abrams did a great job at reviving the franchise. Now, let’s hope the movie lives up to the trailer and the hype.


Azharuddin Ismail, who played young Salim in the Oscar-winning film “Slumdog Millionaire,” sat in his modest Mumbai home Thursday after returning from the U.S. (Arko Datta/Reuters)

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Better late then never I guess. Enjoy.

I’m warning you, this is one hell of an R-rated red band trailer for Harold & Kumar 2: Escape from Guantanamo Bay. There’s bare ass nudity, excessive language, and foul content that you will only ever see in Harold & Kumar, including plenty of Neil Patrick Harris.

Stallone is back in combat boots for Rambo IV, currently titled John Rambo. The second official trailer was just release and from what I can gather it’s all: Wheeze, ARRRG, AGGG, GRUNT, BOOOOOOOM, KWAI LOOOO, ratatatatata, BLAM! mixed in between all the death, destruction, and mayhem. Typical Rambo, but I am still gonna go see this geriatric dude kick ass.

See the first uncut trailer after the jump.

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The first full Iron Man trailer hit the web today. Featuring the always-high badass Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark. Perfect casting if you think about it.

Watch it now



CGI is now taking over real actors’ places in feature films. The upcoming Robert Zemeckis CG film, Beowulf, got digital doubles of real actors to interpret one of Anglo-Saxon’s greatest epic ever told. But having the digital counterparts look identical to the real actor begs the question ‘why do all the work involved in motion capture animation if you’re just going to give the actor the same look?’

Check out the theatrical trailer here and the more violent rated R version here.

This is a hilarious outtake of Ken Jeong as Dr. Kuni in Knocked Up. I loved how he stayed in character even after the nurse in the back started laughing. Unfortunately, like most improv scenes, it ends up on the cutting room floor because the actors were laughing too much in the background. If you haven’t yet watched Knocked Up, go and buy/rent it on September 25th.