Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures has given us our first look at Johnny Depp in his latest eccentric role.

The Oscar-winning star teams up with Armie Hammer for The Lone Ranger, starring in that May 2013 blockbuster as Tonto, the Native American BFF of the film's title character.

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Katniss is about to catch fire in the following clip from The Hunger Games.

Following a sneak peek at this Tribute impressing the Gamemakers via her bow-and-arrow skills, Lionsgate has now released a look at the very first time young Ms. Everdeen crosses path with someone who will become an integral part of her life: Cinna, as played in the movie by Lenny Kravitz.

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Adam Sandler has set a new high mark for low brow comedy.

The actor picked up 11 Razzie Award nominations last night, shattering the previous record (five) held by Eddie Murphy and setting himself up as the clear favorite for these anti-Academy Awards, as the ceremony honors the very worst in movies each year.

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Sit down, The Twilight Saga. Take a backseat, Harry Potter. There's a new, early box office champion in Hollywood!

According to Fandango, The Hunger Games has set a new mark for first-day advance ticket sales, as anxious Katniss Everdeen fans lit up the Internet on February 22 in anticipation of this blockbuster and purchased more tickets ahead of the film's opening than the previous record holder, Eclipse.

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The world won't be able to actually start watching The Hunger Games until it comes out on March 23, but that's exactly 30 days from now, which means one thing:

Tickets are on sale for this upcoming blockbuster! Visit sites such as Fandango.com, Moviefone.com and MovieTickets.com right this very moment for more information. We won't be offended, don't worry.

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Dame Judi Dench has been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration, a condition associated with old age that is characterized by damage to one's retina and, more often than not, leads to blindness.

"I can't read scripts any more because of the trouble with my eyes," the veteran actress tells the U.K.'s Mirror. "And so somebody comes in and reads them to me, like telling me a story."

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The Vow and Safe House were neck and neck at the box office this weekend, but Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds' action flick narrowly eked out a #1 showing.

In the second weekends in theaters for both, Safe House pulled in $24 million while The Vow, starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams grossed $23.6 million.

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The 43rd Annual NAACP Image Awards awarded The Help three top honors in what came as no surprise to most observers and fans of the Academy Award-nominated picture.

The film received another boost heading into next Sunday's Oscars, winning Outstanding Motion Picture as well as wins for actresses Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer.

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