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Expendables 3 has had its fair share of news already. Between normal casting updates and then the Bruce Willis "Million Dollars a Day" drama, you wouldn't guess that the film is just now getting filming underway.

But they have and thankfully we get a chance to see Sylvester Stallone arrive on the Bulgarian set.

Sylvester Stallone Expendables 3 Set Photo

Click through the jump to see the crew of Expendables 3 behind the scenes.

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Quite the man of mystery, J.J. Abrams and his production company, Bad Robot, have released a trailer for... well, we don't know what for.

But it's titled "Stranger" and you can view it for yourself below!

Absolutely no other information came along with the trailer. No indication if it is for another TV show, one of the many films that Bad Robot and Abrams are involved in, something completely different... nothing.

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Vin Diesel is Groot and now it appears as if Gregg Henry is joining the Marvel film as well.

Gregg Henry Photo

The Scandal star tweeted out earlier, "OK UK hold on, I'm comin'. Joining @James Gunn again - #Slither #Super - this time for @Marvel #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy. Gonnabegreat!"

Outside of his very savvy twitter usage, the tweet doesn't give much information beyond that of Henry's involvement in the upcoming film. Most of the main characters have already been cast, outside of Rocket Raccoon.

Could Gregg Henry be Rocket Raccoon? We'll just have to wait and find out.

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Hulk Hogan has already made quite the impression on the small screen, first in the wrestling ring and then in a sex tape opposite Heather Clem.

But now the former WWE Superstar says he may be headed for a much bigger screen, telling Toronto's Cape Breton Post that a film based on his life is sort of in the works.

"Two kids that are writers in L.A., hot young writers, they did a four-page treatment, and I'm telling you they nailed it -- they nailed it like they were living in my shoes," Hogan says. "And I gave them the green light to go ahead and write the first pass. But that's all it is."

  • Hulk Hogan Red Carpet Image
  • Chris Hemsworth Red Carpet Pic

And if the biopic ever does arrive in theaters? Who might Hogan want to see coming out in the red and yellow to "I Am a Real American?"

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If you are between the ages of, let's say 25-35, you no doubt remember the movie Hook with great fondness. Whenever you see a dying insect, you start clapping, just in case it is a fallen fairy.

You can rattle off the insults thrown between Hook and Rufio like they were your address.

And you've, at least once, thrown out your arms and yelled "RUFIO!" as loud as you can.

Now imagine you were Dante Basco and Rufio followed you everywhere, even into auditions. Check out just one of those auditions below!

The Younger Statesmen are the masterminds behind this genius. You have to give Basco credit for being able to poke fun at himself.

While the actor hasn't had many live-action roles to rival Hook, he has had quite a successful voice acting career. Most likely due to the fact that whenever people see him they just can't help but ask where Peter Pan is.

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In case you haven't heard, the newest X-Men movie is set in the 70s. Of course with this new X-Men: Days of Future Past photo, that isn't hard to figure out.

X-Men: Days of Future Past Photo

Nicolas Hoult as Hank McCoy, James McAvoy as Charles Xavier, and of course, Hugh Jackman as Wolverine all looking rather dashing in this newest X-Men: Days of Future Past photo.

Directed by Bryan Singer, the newest X-Men also stars Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Halle Berry, Anna Pacquin, and Peter Dinklage.

Filming has wrapped up and the film is scheduled to hit theaters on May 23rd.

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There were a gluttonous amount of new movies opening this weekend and as the dust clears this morning, it's The Butler that comes out on top with an impressive $25 million.

The Butler Photo

That really isn't all that surprising given The Butler reviews, so the real news comes after the #1 spot. 

Amazingly enough, We're The Millers comes in at number two with $17.7 million beating out last week's box office winner Elysium

Kick-Ass 2 came in a distant fourth with $13.5 million and Ashton Kutcher's Jobs that had so much buzz going into the weekend, managed to only bring in $6.7 million.

Click through the jump to see the complete list of this week's box office winners!

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Perhaps I wasn't hip to the various colors available in the gray spectrum before, but after checking out this Divergent photo, my eyes have been opened to the possibilities. 

Divergent "Shades of Gray" Photo

If you've read Veronica Roth's book, then you know that this photo is likely from the earliest parts in the film. Perhaps the choosing ceremony? Not sure when else there would be so much Abnegation gray in one place.

Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort play the brother and sister duo, Beatrice and Caleb Prior in the film.

We don't have too much longer to wait for the latest young adult dystopian novel adaptation as Divergent opens in theaters on March 21st of next year. 

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Catherine O'Hara, Jane Lynch, and Amy Poehler in one movie. The potential of this trio teaming up is almost too much to bear.

Then you add in Adam Scott (who was featured on the A.C.O.D. poster) and Richard Jenkins and it becomes almost an embarrassment of riches.

Check out the A.C.O.D. trailer below!

A.C.O.D.opens in theaters on October 4th.

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If you aren't of a certain age, it is possible you don't remember the Beltway Snipers. For those of us who do remember, it's hard to believe that it has reached the point of almost "forgotten history".

John Allen Mohammad and Lee Boyd Malvo held the D.C. area in their murderous hands as they terrorized the region with random sniper shootings. In the end they killed ten people and injured an additional three.

Alexandre Moors has taken the story and put it on the big screen. Isaiah Washington takes on the role of Mohammad while Everybody Hates Chris' Tequan Richmond plays Malvo.

Check out the Blue Caprice trailer below and click through the jump to see the Blue Caprice poster.

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