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Captain America: The First Avenger opened today and we have a couple more clips with even more fire than the Hydra base and killing Red Skull's faceless minions along the way.
Since Captain America: The First Avenger opens this Friday, we have two new clips.
Did you know Howard Stark's cameo was cut from SNL's "Schmitt's Gay" commercial.
The third and final Marvel comic-based movie to drop this summer, Captain America: The First Avenger, has a lot at stake.
Captain America is probably going to suck, but at least now it has a trailer and poster that will help you pretend it won't for a few minutes.
We've got a huge amount of new Captain America: The First Avenger stuff to get to this morning so I'll keep this short.
Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger (GRR, TIE-INS.
The Company Men played to largely positive reviews at Sundance (I couldn't get in so I saw Winter's Bone instead, which was probably better anyway), and The Weinstein Company finally released a trailer.
(Tommy Lee Jones is getting pretty f*cking sick of these Hobbit rumors too) The last we heard about The Hobbit, Peter Jackson was "in talks" to direct.
Jemaine Clement did most of the heavy lifting on Flight of the Conchords, and after kicking off his post-Conchords film career with the barely released Gentleman Broncos (quickly pulled from theaters after drawing 9% recommended on RottenTomatoes), he's set to get it back on track with.
Deadline is reporting that Will Smith has signed onto a third Men In Black film, which will be called Men In Black 3D.
According to barely-literate, slug-like super douche Roger Friedman, both Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are signed on for Men in Black 3D, which is "ready to roll" for Memorial Day 2011, though it still doesn't have a script.
Sony execs at the Showest convention in Las Vegas confirmed that Men in Black 3 is in "active development.
Pock-marked gravitas peddler Tommy Lee Jones is suing Paramount.