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In news about as surprising as a political figure involved in absurd sexual antics, The Hangover: Part III is already moving ahead, according to reports.

After the success of the first movie and the monumental opening of The Hangover: Part II, was there ever much doubt about a third installment?

Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine recently, Zach Galifiankis stated: "They want to do a Hangover III, I'm getting fricking phone calls already."

The Wolfpack

Galifiankis also spoke of a possible move away from the basic premise, one that was essentially repeated verbatim for The Hangover: Part II.

He mentioned the possibility of the film being set in an asylum with Alan as a resident and the rest of the gang attempting to break him out.

Amsterdam has been rumored as a possible destination for the third film, which seems like a logical destination. But Todd Philips isn't sure.

The director said that “As far as where it takes place, I’m very open, like the Olympic committee, to being presented and pitched by cities, flown around with wine and women and bribed and then I will make my decision.”

What do you think? Would you see The Hangover: Part III?


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Our partner site, Movie Fanatic, was invited to Paramount's special super secret fan screening of Super 8 last night, and what a surprise was in store.

Two days before the film hits theaters nationwide, RMN was on hand at the Arclight in Hollywood for an exclusive, early look at the sci-fi blockbuster.

Who better to introduce the film than director J.J. Abrams himself.

Super 8 Poster

J.J. Abrams even appeared before the film to send out a special message to the fans - he even asked fans to do something for him. What did he say?

Head on over to Movie Fanatic for Abrams' special message ...

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A British film board has determined that the sequel to Human Centipede, perhaps the most revolting film of all time, cannot be shown in the UK.

This is their determination no matter how much editing takes place. The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) is therefore banned in Britain. Period.

The ban on the sequel to Tom Six’s freak-out horror flick The Human Centipede (First Sequence) also includes DVD sales, rentals and downloads.

Human Centipede 2

The British Board of Film Classification would not give even its strictest rating to the second film, saying it poses a “real risk” to audiences.

Of course, based on the board’s decision regarding the film and subsequent news coverage, movie fanatics will probably be even more interested.

In the original Human Centipede, a mad scientist surgically fuses three hostages from mouth to anus so that their bodies form one continuous digestive tract.

You may vomit on cue.

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Megan Fox is rarely afraid to shed some clothing. Seriously, just... wow.

But in an interview with The Los Angeles Times, the actress' former co-star says it was actually a hesitation to ooze sex appeal that led to Fox's departure from the Transformers film franchise.

"[Director Michael Bay] films women in a way that appeals to a 16-year-old sexuality. It's summer. It's Michael's style," Shia LaBeouf said. "And I think [Fox] never got comfortable with it. This is a girl who was taken from complete obscurity and placed in a sex-driven role in front of the whole world and told she was the sexiest woman in America. And she had a hard time accepting it."

Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf in Transformers

Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox and Megan Fox's cleavage starred in two movies together.

After shooting the awful Transformers sequel, Fox famously clashed with Bay. She even compared the director to Hitler.

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Just in case you were thinking of just reading a book on Sunday night...

MTV has announced it will air an exclusive sneak peek at Breaking Dawn at this weekend's Movie Awards, which will be presented by a familiar trio of stars: Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart.

On which scenes will the clips focus? The following teaser makes it clear we'll get a glimpse at Edward and Bella's wedding. Eeeek!

While Summit Entertainment has released a number of photos and teaser pics from the film, this will be the first actual footage from Breaking Dawn. It hits theaters on November 18.

Meanwhile, the previous installment in the franchise will also be well-represented at this Jason Sudekis-hosted events: Eclipse is nominated for eight awards.

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We may be getting a whole lot of The Hunger Games.

Months prior to the first film in this book trilogy hitting theaters (on March 23), Lionsgate has told Wall Street analysts that it may very well expand the final movie into two parts.

It's a money-grabbing strategy that has worked brought in hundreds of millions for Harry Potter and The Twilight Saga.

The Hunger Games Books

"We have distributors who consider this as their big brand next year, the movie that can change their company," said motion picture group president Joe Drake.

Considering the wild popularity of the story, and the incredible cast (Jennifer Lawrence! Elizabeth Banks! Donald Sutherland!), it's easy to see why.

But where would the split even occur between the second and third books? And, as much as we adore Katniss, Peeta and company, it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

What do you think? Should The Hunger Games be expanded into four movies?


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Box office receipts speak louder than paid professionals.

Despite a critical lambasting, The Hangover Part II set multiple theatrical records over Memorial Day Weekend, prompting talk of another film in this franchise. Director Todd Phillips reportedly has ideas for where to go next, with Amsterdam a possible destination for Stu and company.

Seems apt, doesn't it? Craig Mazin has already been hired to write the third installment.

The Hangover Part II Cast Pic

Would see The Hangover Part III?


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Miley Cyrus got in trouble for making like a stripper at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, but the actress will have a valid excuse if anyone gives her gruff for showing a lot of skin in her next movie:

The script calls for it.

Stills from So Undercover - in which Miley stars as a young FBI agent tasked with infiltrating a sorority - have been released, and they depict the singer/actress in skimpy red pajamas. How will this outfit help her character protect a mobster's daughter?

We'll need to buy a ticket in October for So Undercover and find out.

  • So Undercover Scene
  • Miley Cyrus in So Undercover

So Undercover stars Jeremy Piven, Autumn Reeser, Joshua Bowman, Kelly Osbourne, Mike O'Malley and Miley's body.

Cyrus is currently on tour. You can check out a number of her performances in Panama HERE.

[Photos: The Weinstein Company]

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Jennifer Lawrence, meet your nemesis.

Donald Sutherland has landed one of the final, major roles remaining in The Hunger Games.

The veteran actor will portray President Snow in the franchise, a character who grows in importance following Katniss' initial run in his Capitol-sponsored death event. Snow is in charge of the post-Apocalyptic North America depicted in the books.

Donald Sutherland Picture

Sutherland joins Jennifer (as Katniss Everdeen), Josh Hutcherson (as Peeta Mellark), Liam Hemsworth (as Gale Hawthorne), Elizabeth Banks (as Effie Trinket), Stanley Tucci (as Caesar Flickerman), and Woody Harrelson (as Haymitch) in the big screen adaption of these novels.

The first hits theaters on March 23.

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Yes, Orlando Bloom will reprise his role of Legolas in the The Hobbit.

But that casting tidbit dwarfs the following news related to this franchise: Peter Jackson's two adaptions of J.R.R. Tolkien's work have been given titles and release dates:

  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will hit theaters on December 14, 2012.
  • The Hobbit: There And Back Again will hit theaters on December 13, 2013.
The Hobbit Book

The director started shooting both movies in New Zealand (in 3D) a few weeks ago. The cast includes Martin Freeman, Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Hugo Weaving, Ian McKellen and Cate Blanchett.

In the upcoming films, look for Freeman's Bilbo to be on a quest to reclaim the lost Kingdom of Erebor.