Just a week after the release of the extended trailer for The Hangover Part 2, it's been yanked from theaters, specifically after it was shown before Source Code.

Why? Because it looked so much like the original that the mystery is gone? Because of the banana scene? Because Jake Gyllenhaal didn't want to be upstaged?

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In real life, Lily Collins has already found her prince. She's dating Taylor Lautner.

On the big screen, though, the daughter of music legend Phil Collins will be waiting for one, as she's been cast as Snow White in Relativity Media's upcoming movie based on the Brothers Grimm story.

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He can make us swoon, but can Justin Bieber make us laugh?

As first reported by The Los Angeles Times, the singer in negotiations to star opposite Ashton Kutcher in a comedy titled What Would Kenny Do?. It would focus on a high school student who receives guidance from a grown-up version of himself.

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Superman will be flying to the rescue of an Oscar nominee in 2012.

Director Zach Snyder has confirmed that Amy Adams will take on the iconic role of Lois Lane in his upcoming reboot of this franchise. The star of The Fighter joins a cast that includes Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel, Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent and Diane Lane as Martha Kent.

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It's been a busy week of American Idol shockers and Jersey Shore finales at The Hollywood Gossip, giving us little time to focus on the world of film making.

But this isn't the case for our friends at Movie Fanatic. They've tracked a number of casting tidbits, trailers and more. Click on the following links for more...

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For those who thought it would never be appropriate to compare Justin Bieber with Michael Jackson, we have three words for you: never say never.

The 17-year old icon has set a new box office record with his first foray on to the big screen, surpassing the King of Pop in the process. Through yesterday, Bieber's Never Say Never has earned $72.2 million domestically, becoming the most successful concert-themed film of all-time in the United States.

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