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Our partner site, Movie Fanatic, was on hand this week at the red carpet premiere of Katie Holmes' newest project, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

MF had a chance to talk to the star, 11-year-old Bailee Madison (Just Go With It), who makes the jump from family films and comedies to horror.

Follow this link for Movie Fanatic's interview with Madison and additional, exclusive footage from the Don't Be Afraid of the Dark red carpet!

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Pixar pretty much rules Hollywood.

Despite negative reviews across the board, Cars 2 dominated the box office this weekend, making it the latest hit for the movie studio.

Similarly, another Pixar sequel made news when a BBC interviewer asked Tom Hanks whether we'd see another Toy Story. The actor, promoting his latest film, Larry Crowne, replied: "I think there will be, yeah. I think they're working on it now."

Meanwhile, the first official preview for Brave (above) has been released.

Featuring the voices of Kelly Macdonald and Emma Thompson, among others, the film will come out on 6/22/12 and actually be the first to feature a female in the lead. It focuses on Merida, a princess who defies a sacred custom and heads off on her own journey.

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Cars 2 revved past negative reviews and drove straight to the head of the box office this weekend.

The Pixar sequel surpassed the opening of its original in the process, raking in $68 million and more than doubling the haul of the second-place finisher, Cameron Diaz's well-performing Bad Teacher.

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Take a look at the top five below and remember to visit our friends at Movie Fanatic for ALL your film needs...

  1. Cars 2: $68 million
  2. Bad Teacher: $31 million
  3. Green Lantern: $18.4 million
  4. Super 8: $12.1 million
  5. Mr. Popper's Penguins: $10.3 million

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Christopher Meloni has joined the growing, impressive list of stars in Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman reboot.

Titled Man of Steel, the film will feature Henry Cavill in the title role, Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Amy Adams as Lois Land and Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as Clark Kent's adoptive parents.

Chris Meloni

Meloni, who exited Law & Order: SVU this year after 12 seasons as Detective Stabler, will come on board as a "general," he told New York Magazine this week.

Filming on the movie starts in August.

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The Hollywood Gossip is proud to announce the newest addition to its entertainment family. Our film counterpart, Movie Fanatic, has officially launched.

Joining THG and TV Fanatic, Movie Fanatic is a comprehensive site featuring movie news, trailers, reviews, spoilers, posters, quotes and commentary.

With these three destinations, we strive to be your go-to sources for all things entertainment, and hope you'll love and visit Movie Fanatic often!

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Barry Humphries is the latest star to sign on for The Hobbit.

The veteran Australian actor, actually best known for his alter-ego of Dame Edna, will portray the Goblin King in this wildly-anticipated movie. What will this entail, exactly?

Humphries “will be portraying the Goblin King, in much the way Andy Serkis created Gollum,” director Peter Jackson wrote on Facebook. “We’re looking forward to seeing him invest the Goblin King with the delicate sensitivity and emotional depth this character deserves.”

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Evangeline Lilly was also added to the movie's cast this week.

She and Humphries join returning stars such as Orlando Bloom, Cate Blanchett and Ian McKellen in the December 14, 2012 release.

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The fight for the truth will be the fight of his life.

So states the latest movie poster for Abduction, a John Singleton-directed thriller that will be released on September 23 and which stars Taylor Lauter in his first lead role outside The Twilight Saga.

The action film focuses on a young man who finds his picture on a missing persons website, leading him on a search to find out what happened. It's obvious, though, isn't it? Who would NOT want to abduct Taylor Lautner?!?

Check out the official trailer and then drool over the new ad:

Abduction Poster

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Has the truth finally come out?

While Megan Fox claims she left the Transformers franchise on her own, director Michael Bay tells the latest issue of GQ that it was her comparison of him to Hitler that led to her ousting - and that it was producer Steven Spielberg's decision to let her go.

"She was in a different world, on her BlackBerry," Bay says of the star. "You gotta stay focused. And you know, the Hitler thing. Steven said, 'Fire her right now.'"

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Note to Megan Fox: You can compare us to murderous dictators all day long!

Bay says he's not mad at Fox ("When you're days and months on a set, it's like a family. You say rude things and you make up."), but he also sarcastically apologizes to her:

"I'm sorry, Megan. I'm sorry I made you work twelve hours. I'm sorry that I'm making you show up on time. Movies are not always warm and fuzzy."

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has come on board the franchise and, based on the horrific trailer and previews for Dark of the Moon, let's say this: Fox's comments may have been the best career move she could have made.

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What does Ryan Gosling like to do late at night?

Drive around the City of Angels, obviously. Apologies to any of you ladies out there hoping we were going in a different direction with that one.

Our friends at Movie Fanatic attended the premiere of Gosling's Drive (in theaters Sept. 16) at the Los Angeles Film Festival Friday night.

RMN spoke with Ryan and co-star Christina Hendricks on the red carpet about their project, in which a Hollywood stunt driver gets into trouble after becoming part of a heist gone terribly wrong. Check out the interviews below:

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Evangeline Lilly has hopped on board The Hobbit.

The actress, best known for portraying Kate on Lost, will portray a woodland elf named Tauriel. She's a new character to the series, as teased by Peter Jackson on his Facebook page:

"Her name means ‘daughter of Mirkwood’ and, beyond that, we must leave you guessing!" the director wrote. “What is not a secret is how talented and compelling an actress Evangeline is; we are thrilled and excited she will be the one to bring our first true Sylvan Elf to life."

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Lily co-starred on Lost with Dominic Monaghan, who played a major role in The Lord of the Rings. The actress and actor dated for awhile, too.

The first installment in this franchise, titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, hits theaters on 12/14/12.

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