The Descendants, Bridesmaids, Midnight in Paris and other fan favorites lead the way in the just-released Writers Guild of America Awards, honoring the best of 2011.

The biggest surprise may be the inclusion of the independent drama Win Win, while the big snubs appear to be War Horse, The Ides of March and The Artist.

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Bridesmaids was one of the funniest films of 2011, and is earning serious Producers Guild, SAG, Golden Globe and even Oscar buzz. It was also immensely profitable.

Earning nearly $300 million on a budget just north of $30 million, Bridesmaids is obviously spawning sequel rumors, a la The Hangover. Seems like a no-brainer, right?

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Cover your eyes, Kristen Stewart. You do NOT want to see this.

A couple new photos from Bel Ami have been released, and they depict Robert Pattinson like millions of Twilight Saga fans never wanted him to be: kissing women that are not named Bella Swan. See for yourself:

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Fans of The Hunger Games have four new reasons to get excited for this big screen adaption.

Lionsgate has released a quartet of new images from the film, which stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, a young girl who lives in a futuristic society that selects teenagers from various districts each year to fight to the death.

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Taylor Swift is about to make a major mark on the movie industry.

The singer has reportedly been offered the role of Eponine in the upcoming big screen adaption of Broadway's Les Miserables. The character belts out one of the show's most beloved numbers, "On My Own," and Swift beat out such heavyweights for the part as Scarlett Johansson, Lea Michele and Evan Rachel Wood.

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With the lowest box office gross in 16 years, 2011 was a year the movie industry would like to forget, despite a handful of mammoth hits. Will 2012 turn things around?

Time will tell, but there are no shortage of exciting films landing in theaters in the next 12 months. From action thrillers to rom-coms to 'tween fare, 2012 has it all!

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Movie fans should prepare to be scared again in 2012.

Paramount announced yesterday that it had green lighted Paranormal Activity 4, an approval that should not come as a shock, considering the wild success of this franchise's third installment. It earned over $200 million worldwide after opening in late October.

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