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  1. Things We Saw Today: Michael B. Jordan, Stop Making Me Love You

    Michael B. Jordan posted this picture to Instagram with the caption "The Torch has been passed! #FlameOn." Dammit, Michael. You're giving me palpitations. (Blastr)

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  2. Time Travel Goes Wrong In The Trailer For Welcome To Yesterday [VIDEO]

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    In this found footage, very Chronicle-like, adventure, a group of friends discover a means of time travel. It's all fun, games, and lottery wins until someone gets hurt. Well, lots of someones. The idea itself is one we've obviously seen a lot of in time travel stories but with the right execution this could be interesting. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. Amazing Spider-Man Sequel Finds Its Harry Osborn, Jamie Foxx Confirmed For Villain

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    Back in October we learned The Amazing Spider-Man sequel was casting for Mary Jane Watson and Harry Osborn, roles previously held by Kirsten Dunst and James Franco in the previous franchise. Actress Shailene Woodley has already been chosen for Mary Jane and now Harry has been found. Chronicle's Dane DeHaan will play Peter Parker's friend while Jamie Foxx officially jumps on as the villain Electro.

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  4. Director of Chronicle Josh Trank Signs On to Direct Shadow of the Colossus Movie

    Popular Sony video game franchises tend to stay in movie development hell for roughly ever. They're generally the movie version of vaporware; from the Metal Gear Solid movie, to the God of War movie, to the Uncharted movie. Talk of a Shadow of the Colossus movie has been bouncing around the rumorsphere for almost as long as the 2005 game has been released. Now, we're one step closer to seeing what could either be a horrible travesty of film or one of the best movies of all time. Deadline reports that the Shadow of the Colossus movie has found a director, none other than Josh Trank, who happened to direct surprise superpowered hit Chronicle.

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  5. Chronicle is Getting a Sequel

    Back when the trailer for Chronicle released, we knew the movie would be some form of entertaining -- either because things would blow up for two hours, or because the movie would actually be a fresh take on superpowers. Even though the movie followed some overused tropes, such as having a big fight between a hero and villain, and being shot in the handy-can style of The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, the movie still turned out to be surprisingly good. It actually did deliver a somewhat fresh take on superpower movies. Hollywood thought it was good too, good enough for it to be getting a sequel, in fact.

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  6. Chronicle Trailer Looks Like What Would Happen if Superpowers Happened in Real Life

    No, it's not just people in ridiculous costumes shooting energy blasts at Best Buys and Starbucks, but a shaky cam, Blair Witch, Cloverfield, style look at three high school buds who develop superpowers. Unlike movies based on similar sentences, such as Sky High, they don't seem to throw on costumes and fight bad guys, but based on the trailer (seen below the break), the movie seems to follow more along the lines of the BBC's Misfits, a show in which delinquents get superpowers and basically screw around with them, for better or worse.

    The trailer for this Max Landis written and Josh Trank directed movie sees the three friends screwing around with their powers, playing relatively harmless pranks on each other and unsuspecting victims, until one of the friends seems to lose control of himself and slowly turns down the path of the villain -- except instead of making an elaborate weather control machine, or deciding to end the world's pain by returning everyone to the Lifestream via murdering them with a giant meteor, the action seems more centered in what would actually happen in real life: Murdering an obnoxious driver out of road rage, and blowing up some cop cars chasing you. The film looks interesting at the very least, so head on past the break and check out the trailer in Big-O-Vision (tm).

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