The movie's two leads may not be on speaking terms, but that won't stop the Breaking Dawn Part 2 promotional train for taking off as scheduled.

Amid questions over how the Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart saga will affect marking - she cheated on him with Rupert Sanders; he's gone into hiding and is considered a total mess - a spokesperson for Summit Entertainment has taken the unusual step of issuing a press release.

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Lindsay Lohan's sex scene in The Canyons, which co-stars porn actor James Deen, came with an interesting caveat that viewers of the film will never see.

The actress was hesitant, according to TMZ, to shoot the steamy scene, but agreed after the crew filming the romp fulfilled an very unusual request.

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The Wolfpack will eventually be back.

In anticipation of the third film in this comedic trilogy - expected to hit theaters on May 24 - Legendary Pictures has released a logo that teases new adventures to come for Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and Bradley Cooper in The Hangover 3.

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The cloud of sadness and shock that remains over The Dark Knight Rises, following the horrific actions of James Holmes in Colorado on July 21, did not keep this blockbuster from remaining atop the box office this weekend.

The third installment of Christopher Nolan's trilogy earned $64.1 million, taking its week-plus total so far to $289.1 nationwide.

It was (understandably) lost amidst the James Holmes shooting and the tragic loss of 12 lives, but The Dark Knight Rises fared very well at the box office this weekend.

With reports delayed a couple days out of respect for the victims, sources now say the third installment in this Christopher Nolan trilogy earned $160.9 million from Friday to Sunday, making it the third-biggest opening ever and the top-ranked debut weekend for a film show strictly in 2-D.

Film fans will be asked to track down their favorite little fish again in 2016, as Pixar has announced plans for a Finding Nemo sequel.

The follow-up to the 2003 blockbuster - which took in $867 million worldwide and will be released again in 3D this September - has been confirmed by director Andrew Stanton, who will once again go behind the camera for the animated flick.

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