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The question of who will play Christian and Ana remains unanswered, but one small but important role in the wildly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie has been filled.

Carla Gugino of Watchmen fame will play Elena Lincoln, a character referred to as “Mrs. Robinson” by Anastasia Steele in the book and a family friend of Christian Grey’s mother.

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The studio behind the Fifty Shades of Grey movie is taking its casting seriously, most importantly Ana and Christian. Author EL James says she has three actors and four actresses in mind.

Who do you think should play the two leads? Vote below:

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Hotel Transylvania's Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg are big fans of each other musically, and in an interview with Movie Fanatic, they were asked for their favorite song by the other.

Selena's favorite Lonely Island song, revealed by Andy, may surprise you ...

"Will you please say it?" a sheepish Selena Gomez said, laughing, to her co-star.

"I'm not going to say your favorite song of mine," he replied, before adding ...

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On September 21, Michael Pena and Jake Gyllenhaal will be marked for death.

In End of Watch, the actors take on the roles of two young police officers who gets into serious trouble after confiscating a cache of money and firearms from the members of a notorious drug cartel.

Did you like Training Day? You'll love End of Watch.

End of Watch Poster

Our friends at Movie Fanatic have posted an exclusive look at the film, which also features Natalie Martinez, America Ferrera and Anna Kendrick.

Head over there now for an exclusive End of Watch trailer and tell them you were sent by THG. You'll be able to watch it at no cost!

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Another day, another honor for Adele.

The Emmy-winning, chart-topping artist will sing the theme song for this November's Skyfall, Movie Fanatic reports, taking her place in history as the latest musician to play a role in the James Bond franchise.

Adele as a Winner

Adele - who will also reportedly write the track - joins the ranks of other icons to lend their vocal to 007, including Shirley Bassey, Nancy Sinatra, Carly Simon, Paul McCartney and Duran Duran.

Skyfall, meanwhile, will once again feature Daniel Craig in the lead role and come out on 11/9/12.

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Welcome to the Arena, Jeffrey Wright.

In the latest piece of Catching Fire casting news, the veteran actor has signed on for this Hunger Games sequel as Beetee, the District 3 Male Tribute earns the nickname “Volts” due to his electronics expertise.

Jeffrey Wright Photo

A Tony Award winner, Wright joins an impressive cast that is led by returning stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Jush Hutcherson.

Newbies in the franchise, whose follow-up comes out on November 22, 2013, include: Sam Claflin, Stephanie Leigh Schlund, Maria Howell, Alan Ritchson, Amanda Plummer and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

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It's okay, John Carter. You can relax now.

A slow weekend at the box office revealed a new champion (horror film The Possession, which grabbed the top spot from back-to-back winner The Expendables 2) and a new basement feeder, as The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure set the mark for worst opening of any movie in history that opened in between 2,000 and 2,5000 theaters.

This Teletubbies-like kids flick brought in $448,131. Total. That's an average of $200 per screen for a movie that reportedly cost $20 million to make and $40 million to market.

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On the complete flipside, The Avengers passed the $1.5 billion mark in total box office earnings, while Shia LaBeouf saw his streak of seven consecutive number-one openings come to an end.

Here's a look at the top five and remember: for all your movie news, visit our friends at Movie Fanatic.

  1. The Possession, $17.7 million
  2. Lawless, $9.7 million
  3. The Expendables 2, $8.8 million
  4. The Bourne Legacy, $7.2 million
  5. ParaNorman, $6.6 million

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A couple new Breaking Dawn Part 2 photos have hit the Internet, with one being especially apt.

It depicts Edward Cullen, seemingly alone, confused, lost in his thoughts. If Robert Pattinson had to reshoot this scene right now, we have a feeling he'd easily be able to summon those emotions.

Take a look below at Edward soliciting the help of the Denali coven to fight against the Volturi.

Lonely Edward

In the other just-released image, Edward and Bella are joined by a few Amazon friends, as trouble is clearly afoot and forces are gathering on both sides:

Edward, Bella and Friends

Breaking Dawn Part 2 hits theaters on November 16, but the real drama will take place on the red carpet premiere leading up to it. We'll be getting our first look at Pattinson and Kristen Stewart together again!

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The Expendables 2 once again took a machine gun to its box office competitors this weekend, taking in the most money for a second consecutive Friday and Saturday, this time by about $4 million over The Bourne Legacy.

But it was a mostly quiet weekend in Hollywood, with few new films opening and Sylvester Stallone's sequel winning the weekend with a haul of just $13.9 million.

The major movie news instead centered around 2016: Obama’s America, a conservative documentary that cracked the top 10 overall, earning $6.2 million and enjoying an impressive per-theater average of over $5,700.

The flick has now grossed $9.2 million. It ranks first all-time among conservative documentaries.

Look for it to continue to excel in the face of this week's Republican National Convention - but still has space miles to go in order to match  Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11, which took in $119.2 million in 2004.

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