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The newly married Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are headed to their honeymoon in Malta, which it turns out is a sexy blend of the personal and professional.

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Image

Pitt, 50, and Jolie, 39, are preparing for their first on-screen reunion since 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the movie that started Brangelina's road to the altar.

Their new film, By the Sea, is described as "an intimate, character-driven" drama and was written by Jolie herself. It is also not exactly family friendly.

Pitt and Jolie play a married couple in the South of France (where the couple lives in real life as well) who become sexually obsessed with their neighbors.

French actress Melanie Laurent, who costarred with Pitt in 2009's Inglourious Basterds, will play one of the neighbors in Angelina's latest screenplay.

"I wrote something a few years ago for Brad and me," Jolie said of By the Sea.

"Just for fun. Just an independent little art piece. Because we don't get to do those as much as we'd like. But it's something really small and experimental."

Experimental?

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Are you ready to rebel, movie fans?

We know a handful of warriors who certainly are, as Lionsgate has unveiled six new posters in anticipation of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.

They feature young men and women who will be at the forefront of the impending revolution against The Capitol, one reluctantly (at first) led by Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss.

She’ll have Liam Hemsworth’s Gale by her side, of course, along with key new characters such as Natalie Dormer’s Cressida. 

Get your first look at some of these newbies, along with a smoldering shot of Miley Cyrus' ex, via the following rebellion-based posters:

Gale Mockingjay Poster
Liam Hemsworth is back for more Hunger Games. He poses here on behalf of Mockingjay.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 comes out on November 21.

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Remember that movie you could, and did, watch on repeat as a child?

On VHS, no less, until the tape actually fried in half after you suffered through the indignity of watching your favorite movie with those weird squiggles on the screen that you couldn't get rid of no matter how hard you tried to adjust the VCR?

Yeah. That movie was probably terrible.

Space Jam
Michael Jordan as Michael Jordan. Bugs Bunny as Bugs Bunny. Bill Murray as some old dude in space who loves basketball. WHAT?

Sorry (not sorry) to burst your childhood bubble. The plots were absent! The action sequences were clearly fake! The music was forgettable. And what was Michael Jordan thinking??

Aside from Josh Hutcherson and Jessica Alba, nothing good came from the following films. Above, check out 17 movies you loved as a kid that are actually terrible.

Sorry to burst your bubble.

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The 2014 Emmy Awards may have been all about television.

But movie fans took note of a 110-second commercial plopped down in the middle of the broadcast.

It featured new footage from Gone Girl, David Fincher's upcoming adaption of Gillian Flynn's smash novel, and it gave us our first look at Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) meeting his future wife Amy (Rosamund Pike).

"I’m the guy to save you... from all this awesomeness," Nick tells Amy, before the trailer delves into the mystery at the heart of the upcoming thriller.

Gone Girl hits theaters on October 3.

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Richard Attenborough, an acclaimed British actor and director whose film career spanned more than six decades, has passed away at the age of 90.

The actor's son, Michael, told the BBC that his father died, having been in poor health. UK Prime Minister David Cameron called him "one of the greats of cinema."

Attenborough

Attenborough won an Academy Award for Best Director with Gandhi in 1982, only one of many highlights of a distinguished career as actor and director.

With his distinctive white hair and beard, "Dickie" was one of the most familiar and beloved faces on the British film scene for more than half a century.

He appeared in a many major films, directed a series of them and was known for his extensive work as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF as well.

Gandhi, a film that was 20 years in the making and won eight Oscars, including Best Picture, was his crowning achievement, but far from his only one.

He also played the theme park developer in Jurassic Park and Kriss Kringle in a remake of Miracle on 34th Street, showcasing his range in his later years.

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Lady Gaga is known for her chameleon style. So many times, in fact, that you're hard-pressed to see a Lady Gaga photo that truly stands out these days.

Whether she's channeling Amy Winehouse for a selfie, wearing no makeup or industrial quanities of makeup, no dress or a meat dress, it's just Gaga.

Here's one you've never seen and that's pretty unique, though:

Lady Gaga in Sin City 2

Yes, that's Gaga in Sin City 2, which hits theaters this weekend.

Did you even know she was in the film? You're not alone there.

“She has the tinest of parts, comes in at end of movie and literally just gives Joseph Gordon Levitt a dollar,” says one movie expert of Mother Monster's role.

Hey, as random cameos go, you could do a lot worse than this.

Lots more iconic, weird, hot and "WTF?!" Gaga pics below:

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Okay, fine. We'll stop trying to make fetch happen.

But we'll never stop trying to make a Mean Girls reunion happen!

Not after Amy Poehler posed for a series of selfies with Lizzy Caplan and Daniel Franzese in August... and not after Lindsay Lohan and Franzese met up in New York City in February,

And definitely not after Tina Fey and Lohan put their Burn Book differences aside and posed for an unexpected self-portrait this week.

Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan Selfie

"Lovely running into an inspiring, funny, beautiful old friend!!!! #tinafey" Lohan wrote as a caption to this Instagram image today.

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Paul Rudd takes on the role of Ant-Man in the new Marvel movie by that name, though in this first look at the actor in character, he's got a ways to go.

Before looking the part of a superhero, that is.

Check out this photo of Paul Rudd as Ant-Man in San Francisco, California, with the Golden Gate Bridge and a nondescript van in the background:

Paul Rudd as Ant-Man

Directed by Peyton Reed, Ant-Man hits theaters next July. In it, Rudd plays a hoodie-clad, unshaven Scott Lang - before he makes a key acquaintance, that is.

Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), a genius scientist, has found a way for a man to shrink down to the size of an insect but also increase his strength.

Thus, Ant-Man. His mission? Plan an ambitious heist that will save the world and stymie Pym's rivals who want to hijack the technology for nefarious uses.

No pressure.

Ant-Man also stars Evangeline Lilly, Bobby Cannavale, Michael Pena, Judy Greer and Corey Stoll. Excited to see Rudd take on this oversized (sorry) role?

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Earlier today we showed you the redesigned Stormtrooper helmets that will reportedly be featured in Star Wars Episode VII.

Well, if you think that was a big deal, get ready to squeal like a frightened Wookie, because new information leaked online today might include the most revealing Episode VII details yet:  

Several websites claim to have reliable inside information about the villains who will be featured in J.J. Abrams newest installment of the iconic sci-fi franchise.

Hardcore Star Wars fans may remember the Inquisitor from the popular animated series Star Wars: Rebels.

Star Wars: Inquisitor

While the Inquisitor above won't be the one featured in Episode VII, sources say the class of Jedi-hunting Sith allies to which he belongs will serve as the film's primary baddies.

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It's been one week since Robin Williams killed himself.

And, since that time, tributes to the Oscar-winning actor and legendary comedian have been pouring in, from those who knew Williams well and those who were simply touched by his career.

The star will even be memorialized in a World of Warcraft game.

But the most moving tribute to Williams that we've come across only lasts for one minute. It features a famous movie monlogue and a number of clips and it should move all viewers to tears.

Take 60 seconds out of your life and pay homage to the late star now:

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