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    Relativity has released the official synopsis and a pretty simple yet cool poster for The Raven, the Edgar Allan Poe thriller starring John Cusack. From the press release: In this gritty thriller, Edgar Allan Poe (John Cusack, Being John Malkovich) joins forces...
    For months now I've been itching to check out We Need To Talk About Kevin, the film adaptation of the excellent Lionel Shriver novel of the same name. The film premiered at Cannes last year and has been gaining...
    The LA Times published a slight puff piece this morning about The Hobbit, but the real meat is a new picture of Bilbo as he slays one of the spiders* in the forest of Mirkwood. The major difference between Bilbo...
    I found these two movie posters for the new Underworld movie called the Awakening.  It stars Kate Beckinsale who plays the warrior vampire Selene.  The movie comes to theaters January 20, 2012. So check it out. By Michelle Hassenstab
    I'll admit, that looks like it could be pretty fun. The producers behind the first G.I. Joe have seemed to re-tool the franchise with the Rock as the new face of the franchise, and I feel like he's a...
    The Lord of the Rings trilogy will always have a special place in my heart. The films were released just as I began to seriously begin studying the history of cinema and embracing my film fandom, and it was...
    LionsGate is getting ready as the release date for The Hunger Games draws closer and closer. Yesterday the studio launched a massive viral marketing game to unveil the latest poster, which has been recovered and can be seen below...
    We just reported on The Amazing Spider-Man poster, but this poster for The Dark Knight Rises is far better looking: There's Bane, and there's the broken Bat, and really, what more is there to be said? We're all seeing this...
    Sony is ramping up the publicity for The Amazing Spider-Man, and it all starts with the first poster. SuperHeroHype was given exclusive rights to the poster, so that explains the ugly water mark. What's less explained is the tagline "The...
    Edit: We originally claimed MGM is the distributor of Cabin in the Woods, when in fact LionsGate has bought the rights from MGM to distribute the film worldwide. The original post continues below. Its been a long and winding road...
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