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The revolution is nearly upon us.

Lionsgate has come out with a new set of posters in promotion of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and they welcome fans to District 13, the area (believed to have been wiped out) from which Katniss and company will stage their much-anticipated rise-up against the Capitol.

Oh, you weren't sure if Katniss was ready to fight? Check out this Mockingjay trailer to rest assured of her decision.

The following photo gallery focuses on a few side characters, however, from Woody Harrelson's Haymitch to Sam Claflin's Finnick to Julianne Moore making her debut as President Coin.

Click around now and may the odds be ever in your favor.

Woody Harrelson as Haymitch
Woody Harrelson is back as Haymitch! He better sober up because there's a revolution to be won.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 opens on November 21.

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Shooting on the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring reboot of Terminator has wrapped.

But the Internet is now asking: Is it too late to reboot the movie's title?!?

The former California Governor released a photo on Instagram today that reveals the name of the fifth film in this franchise, while also mentioning it in an accompanying caption.

Terminator Genisys Photo

"Hasta la vista, baby. I want to thank the cast and crew of @TerminatorGenisys for a fantastic shoot," Schwarzenegger wrote.

Yes, the movie will apparently be titled Terminator Genisys.

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Selena Gomez stars in a new movie that simply should've never been made, much less released in theaters.

Not only has Behaving Badly received the worst reviews of the year, but a newly leaked clip from the film shows Selena casually dropping a racial slur.

Pay close attention around 0:16 mark. Selena is listing reasons that she should've dumped her ex-boyfriend (How appropriate!) and of them includes the fact that his "ringtone was 'N--ga What, N--ga Who.'"

You really have to listen up, because Selena's voice suddenly drops in plain recognition of the fact that she really shouldn't be saying a line like that.

Sure, she's playing a character and the line is a reference to a 1999 Jay Z song, but still makes for an odd dialogue choice that's more likely to confuse audiences than elicit laughter.

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Despite (or perhaps because of) the film's bizarre premise and cast of characters, Guardians of the Galaxy reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, and the latest Marvel adaptation is expected to be a major box office hit.

So, naturally spoilers and leaked footage abound on the Internet today, with one surprise tidbit generating global cries of, "WTF?"

If you're not familiar with the 1986 film Howard the Duck, consider yourself lucky. Like Selena Gomez' latest movie, Howard was a notorious box office flop and is still considered to be one of the worst movies ever made.

But, believe it or not, Howard actually shares a few things in common with the much-bigger-budget, much-more-well-received Guardians:

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These days, the vast majority of news surrounding Selena Gomez is about her personal life, so it can be easy to forget that she still pursues careers in both singing in acting.

But while the nature of Selena's relationship with Justin Bieber is forever in doubt, there's no question about the quality of her latest movie, Behaving Badly. It's bad. Really bad.

So bad, in fact, that the film currently holds a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, meaning that it hasn't received a single favorable review.

Selena Gomez Smirks

That's almost unprecedented for a studio release featuring a big-name star. Even notorious cultural and commercial flops like The Room and Baby Geniuses managed to score some positive feedback.

Needless to say, this doesn't bode well for the future of Selena's acting career. We hate to say it, but when Bieber said Selena was only famous because of him? He may have been on to something.

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Chris Pratt is buff and often shirtless. Zoe Saldana is green. And Bradley Cooper is a talking raccoon.

If nothing else, Guardians of the Galaxy very much has our attention.

But should it have our money? Should we go see Marvel's latest superhero movie this weekend? A number of critics around the Internet have weighed in and here's a rundown of what they have to say...

The people who made this movie must have had a swell time in the process, and it's nice to see a summer epic that takes itself so unseriously. - Joe Morgenstern

The motley crew's repartee makes for comedy that's surprisingly consistent, yet freewheeling and sharp enough to pinball from Kevin Bacon to Jackson Pollock and back. - Tom Russo

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The first trailer for Into The Woods is here.

The upcoming blockbuster will be a musical that opens on Christmas Day and is based on the Stephen Sondheim play that intertwines classic stories from various Brothers Grimm fairy tales... although there's no actual music in the preview.

Still, there are shots of Meryl Streep as a witch, along with Emily Blunt as the Baker’s Wife; Johnny Depp as the Wolf; Tracy Ullman as Jack’s Mother; Anna Kendrick as Cinderella; Chris Pine as Cinderella’s Prince; and Christine Baranski as Cinderella’s stepmother.

Yes, this is an All-Star cast if there ever were one. Check out the first footage now:

Over the past several days, movie fans have already been treated to:

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Lorde is officially on The Hunger Games team.

The young singer confirmed today that she will write and sing an original song for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 and that she will also be in charge of compiling the entire album.

"Curating the soundtrack for such a hotly-anticipated film was a challenge, but I jumped at the chance,” Lorde said in a statement. “The cast and story are an inspiration for all musicians participating and, as someone with cinematic leanings, being privy to a different creative process has been a unique experience."

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 will be released on November 21, bringing back Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, Liam Hemsworth as Gale and Josh Hutcherson as Peeta.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hits theaters stateside this weekend. Down Under, however, the film has a slightly more resonant release date: September 11, 2014.

That may not seem like a big deal - many films have been released on 9/11 in the 13 years since the tragedy that claimed thousands of lives contributed to the start of two devastating wars.

In the case of Ninja Turtles, however, the unfortunate choice of poster art revealed on Twitter today has prompted many to demand that the studio responsible re-think its promotions strategy:

Ninja Turtles 9/11 Poster

"So who's getting fired for this poster art?" wrote one Twitter user in a statement that seemed to echo the sentiments of thousands.

"Prepare to gasp at the most poorly judged poster and date combo imaginable," tweeted another.

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Hours after the release of the first Mad Max: Fury Road trailer, movie fans were treated with an even more exciting sneak peek at an upcoming blockbuster.

Oh, yes, THGers: the first Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer is here!

A little over a minute in length, it features Julianne Moore making her franchise debut as President Coin and discussing the impending revolution with Philip Seymour Hoffman's Plutarch.

Will Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) be a part of it? Can she handle such a responsibility after her experience in The Hunger Games? Those questions are answered before the preview concludes.

See what she has to say about get ridiculously excited for this November 21 release now:

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay will air in two parts, with the final movie in this franchise hitting theaters in November 2015.

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