Glee has already taken over the small screen. Now, it's coming to a theater near you!

Glee: The 3D Concert Movie will begin its two-week run tomorrow, with viewers being treated to behind-the-scenes shots and interviews with various cast members. As well as numerous on-stage performances, of course.

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There's only one thing movie studios love more than a certified hit: churning out a a sequel to that certified hit.

Sometimes, this is a great idea (The Godfather 2). Other times? Not so much (any non-original Pirates of the Caribbean). But it's not a trend Hollywood will cease any time soon, as evidenced by an abundance of recent movie news. To wit:

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Deservedly or not, Chris Brown continues to bear the brunt of media scrutiny over an event that took place almost 2.5 years ago now. Case in point:

He got a role in a romantic comedy. Good for him, right? Sure, but Anderson Cooper still took a shot at him and referenced the Rihanna incident.

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In case the rash of superhero movies and sequels wasn't evidence enough that Hollywood is out of ideas...

Lionsgate has confirmed plans to remake Dirty Dancing, the iconic film that launched the careers of Jennifer Grey and certified Patrick Swayze as a true, hip-swiveling hunk.

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We're still months away from the March 23 release of The Hunger Games, the wildly-anticipated movie adaption of Suzanne Collins' best-seller.

But Lionsgate has already announced the premiere date of Catching Fire, the second novel in this suspense and love-filled trilogy. It will hit theaters on November 22, 2013.

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You've seen them on magazine covers, but are you ready to get a look at Katniss and Peeta inside The Hunger Games themselves?

Two new photos have emerged online from the set of the March 2012 blockbuster, one featuring Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss and the other of Josh Hutcherson as Peeta. It's safe to assume both of these images are courtesy of the titular, death-defying contest itself:

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It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... Henry Cavill?!?

That was the reaction many DC Comic book readers had when this British actor was named as Superman in Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder’s reboot of the iconic superhero franchise. It will be released on June 14, 2013.

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