Iron Man 3 TV Spot: You'll Never See Me Coming

Iron Man 3 TV Spot: You'll Never See Me Coming

I mean, don't get me wrong, I wouldn't want to take on Mandarin myself. But if you tell someone they'll never see you coming, well then, their guard is probably gonna be up pretty high.

It'd be better to say, "You'll see me coming! I'll emerge from behind that Arby's." But then come out of the Long John SIlver's next door and yell "Surprise attack!"

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Movie Week In Review: Olympus Falls, Movie Set Stalls

Movie Week In Review: Olympus Falls, Movie Set Stalls

Where's the director? Who the hell is Benedict Cumberbatch playing!? HOW DID InAPPropriate COMEDY GET MADE!?????

These are the big movie questions of the week. Here's a recap of all the week's biggest movie news, trailers, and premieres, via our friends at Movie Fanatic.

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Epic Trailer: You Might Want to Hang On

Epic Trailer: You Might Want to Hang On

The new trailer for the epic animated fantasy movie called, well, Epic, is here!

The film features voice acting from some huge talent: Amanda Seyfried, Aziz Ansari, Beyoncé Knowles, Josh Hutcherson, Christoph Waltz, Jason Sudeikis, Steven Tyler, Pitbull, and Chris O'Dowd. Phew. Out of breath from all that talent.

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Funny Or Die to Release Comedic Steve Jobs Biopic

Funny Or Die to Release Comedic Steve Jobs Biopic

Steve Jobs is somewhat of a sacred cow. And with every sacred cow, there's gonna be someone making fun of it.

With two dueling Steve Jobs movies in the works - jOBS starring Ashton Kutcher famously being the first one to be released, while the Aaron Sorkin film is still in production - Funny or Die has announced that the comedy website will in fact release the first Steve Jobs biopic. Sneaky.

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Spring Breakers Review: Boobs, Beer, and the Party-Girl Ideal

Spring Breakers Review: Boobs, Beer, and the Party-Girl Ideal

Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers is essentially a movie without a purpose.

It’s a sensationalized film about sensationalism, and while it gets away with very little in the way of plot or character growth for much of the film, the ending seems to cast away any sense of obligation to make a grander point one way or the other about youth culture and depravity.

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