Matt Damon has a new movie out and a new look on his head.

The A-lister stars in Contagion, which opens on Friday and stars... pretty much every actor on the planet, from Gwyneth Paltrow to Kate Winslet to Marion Cotillard to Laurence Fishburne.

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How would the human race collectively react to a biological catastrophe?

Contagion, the latest film from director Steven Soderbergh, asks this question as it follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days, leaving the medical community scrambling to somehow curtail the outbreak.

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Johnny Depp is set to enter the crazy world of Hunter S. Thompson once again.

The Oscar winner, who brought the late author's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas to the big screen in 1998, will do the same on October 28 for The Rum Diary. The movie is based on Thompson's novel by the same name and focuses on a journalist named Paul Kemp.

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Simply put, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is the horror film of the summer.

This might not be something you'd expect from Katie Holmes, but director Guillermo del Toro gets the most from this actress in a flick that opens today and is described as a "devilish delight" by our pals at Movie Fanatic.

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A pair of THG favorites are about to hit the big screen together, as Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks anchor the cast of Our Idiot Brother, which comes out on Friday.

The title pretty much makes it clear, but the film centers around Rudd's Ned, the runt of a beautiful litter that includes sisters played by Banks, Emily Mortimer and Zooey Deschanel. The former told Movie Fanatic that she can relate to the concept:

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If you are looking for vampires who embrace humans and even fall in love with them, Breaking Dawn opens on November 18.

But if you're in the mood for an old fashioned tale about a blood sucker with pure disdain for our kind, purchase a ticket for Fright Night. It hits theaters tomorrow and it sets Colin Ferrell loose as Jerry (yes, Jerry), a vampire who causes nothing but problems for Anton Yelchin's Charley Brewster.

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Great news: Star Wars is finally coming to Blu-Ray next month.

Bad news: Episode I and effing Jar Jar Binks will be included in the release, and odds are George Lucas will not have removed some of the additional scenes he added to the early films to their detriment. Han shot first, George. Han shot first.

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It's not easy to bring a global best-seller to the big screen, especially when it deals with the sensitive topic of race.

But, as socialite Hilly Holbrook in the The Help, that's the mission in front of Bryce Dallas Howard. It's not one she expected to undertake, considering how different Hilly is from the actress' past parts in The Twilight Saga and The Village.

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