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  1. Review: Tomorrowland is a Disneyfied Take on The Disaster Film

    A Little Too Preachy and With Questionable Performances, but Great Visuals and Worthy Message

    One of the interesting things about Disney's Live Action Films, is the fact that they usually mirror the current trends in Hollywood, and take a family friendly approach to the genre and spin it with a Disney philosophy. Sometimes this leads to good movies (I'll defend Condorman to my death) and sometimes the results are a bit more questionable (anyone remember that Star Wars rip-off Black Hole).

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  2. Tomorrowland Scribes Talk Writing Female Characters; George Clooney Addresses Moderation Vs. Censorship

    "What if she doesn't get distracted by romantic entanglements? What if her "romance" is with the future?"

    "It'll be nice in 10 or 15 years for this not to be a thing anymore. I think we're now in this post–Hunger Games, post-Twilight, post-Insurgent era where these movies make tons of money, you don't even think twice about it, and they're great characters."

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  3. Tomorrowland‘s Japanese Trailer, for the Disney Conspiracy Theorist in All of Us

    Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is totally in on this too.

    Last Monday's Tomorrowland trailer might have brought us George Clooney in a bathtub rocket, but Japan's version actually gives us a little more details on what to expect from the movie, plot-wise. (Batshit absurdity, apparently. If this trailer exhausts you, imagine what it must feel like to be an Illuminati truther all the time.)

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  4. Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland Trailer Is Finally Out, and You Should Watch It

    Taking things to a whole other dimension.

    You have been waiting for months—no, years—for this. At last, the second (and probably final) teaser trailer for Brad Bird's sci-fi Tomorrowland is on the internet for the world to see. And it looks amazing!

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  5. More Tomorrowland Visible In New TV Spot Alongside More George Clooney Voiceover

    It's still not a bonafide full trailer, but there's more footage from Disney's Tomorrowland in this new spot that aired during the Super Bowl.

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  6. Gravity Dropping a “Silent Space Version” That Removes the Score for Increased Scientific Accuracy

    In space, no one can hear your Oscar-winning score.

    Warner Bros. wants to remind everyone that Interstellar isn't the only space movie that's ever tried to stick to some actual scientific reality. They're releasing a new Blu-ray of last year's Gravity with new features, including a version of the movie that removes the score to drive home the silence of space. Now there will be nothing to distract you from hours of Sandra Bullock's panicked gasping.

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  7. George Clooney Investigating Human Rights Abuses by Satellite, Is Basically Batman in Real Life

    Real life has far fewer Schwarzenegger puns to deal with, anyway.

    Batman and Robin wasn't enough for George Clooney. (Who would want to go out on that note, anyway?) Now he seeks the means to fight injustice in real life with a satellite network that monitors human rights abuses. While already functional, they Satellite Sentinel Project is just now beginning actual investigations.

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  8. Seth Green & I Share A Similar Opinion On Ben Affleck’s Batman Casting

    and let it be known

    Yes, it's true. Some actors are nerds and have strong opinions just like us. In this instance, Seth Green has a few things to say about the next Batman actor. 

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  9. Gravity Could Have Been Really, Really Different

    Allow Us To Explain

    Alfonso Cuaròn's surprisingly intimate sci-fi thriller Gravity has been both a critical and box office success, generating some Oscar buzz for star Sandra Bullock. The film had a long road to its triumph, and there were a few narrow misses along the way to bringing us the movie as it exists now. Thinking of just how different Gravity could have been, or how it could have fizzled out before it even got to production, makes the film all the more amazing to watch.

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  10. Gravity and Other Forces to Be Reckoned With

    Review

    Alfonso Cuarón’s ambitious Gravity does not need monsters, aliens, or traitorous humans to strike fear into viewers looking out at the empty black night. All that is required is the silent, lonely expanse of space itself; airless, without aid, and full of its own ethereal beauty. Perhaps the most intense 90 minutes I’ve spent in a theater this year, Gravity presents space itself as the true horror, a place where indifferent forces collide to spell catastrophe for any humans unlucky enough to be in their path. Despite a tendency to become overwhelmed in places by its own sentimentality (or simply by the soundtrack) Gravity is a taunt, breathtakingly arranged film that will likely leave you on the edge of your seat.

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  11. Extended Gravity Trailer Gives Us Five Terrifying Minutes of Sandra Bullock Floating In Space [VIDEO]

    Don't Panic

    The new extended trailer for Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity gives us a bit more plot to go along with the terror we have come to know from previous clips. There is plenty of hurtling through space on the part of stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, but there is also a good hint at how their nerve racking ordeal starts, thanks to some tense radio communications with Earth. The film is set for release on October 4, 2013, and will, obviously, be in IMAX theaters and in 3D, to ensure that you feel as alone and uncertain as the characters floating in the vacuum of space as you view the truly terrifying looking thriller. (via Blastr) Previously in Gravity

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  12. Honest Trailer For Batman & Robin Reminds Us Why This Movie Killed The Batman Franchise [VIDEO]

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    For those of you who have had the traumatic experience of watching one of the campiest superhero films of all time, this Honest Trailer for Batman & Robin might be too real. For those of you who haven't, take a look and find out everything you need to know about why the Batman movie franchise died (only to be resurrected by the hand of Christopher Nolan, who made it not terrible). As for the part about the director's awkward closeups of Batman and Robin's butts, I can only say one thing: "Bat ass." (via LaughingSquid)

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  13. New Gravity Trailer Is Terrifying, Looks Awesome [VIDEO]

    Spaaaaaaaaaaace

    When astronauts lose their tether in space, I'm not sure if us plebeians understand the real gravity of the situation. I mean, it's not like it's just a matter of space between George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. Well, actually it is, but not like that! Okay, I promise I'll stop with the puns. The most recent trailer for Alfonso Cuarón‘s Gravity (the film about Bullock-the-astronaut getting stranded alone in the vast void of space) looks like the right combination of pure terror, tense thrills, and the awesome beauty of space. How can you astro-NOT see this? That one was too bad, even for me. (via ThinkMcFlyThink)

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  14. First Poster for Gravity, Featuring Sandra Bullock as a Stranded Astronaut

    It Came From Outer Space

    In Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney are astronauts on spacewalk when their shuttle is destroyed, stranding them in orbit with no communications. Previously in Space

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  15. Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland Casts Its First Actress

    The Future Is Now!

    Tomorrowland is a movie shrouded in secrecy, being put together by Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof, two names that many folks would follow to any movie theater even if they weren't working together. We're interested in it not the least because if rumors are to be believed, while George Clooney and Hugh Laurie are playing major characters, neither are playing the lead. In fact, the lead, and both of the two remaining main characters will be played by young women. Those rumors stand supported with the announcement of Raffey Cassidy in the role of a butt kicking robot girl.

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  16. Bird and Lindelof’s Tomorrowland Seems to Have Some Cool Lady Characters in It

    The Future Is Now!

    It doesn't take much to make our ears perk up and pay attention to a movie, and the possibility of some cool ladies in a movie is definitely one of those things. Cool being an, admittedly, simultaneously very broad and very specific definition. Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof have been teasing their upcoming Disney project for months now, first under the working title 1952, before the film's actual title was revealed to be Tomorrowland, after the themed attraction at many Disney parks. They even went so far as to reveal a mysterious image of a suitcase full of random stuff, so that the internet could go crazy identifying it all and wondering what it might mean. Clearly somebody out there knew what the movie was about, since Hugh Laurie and George Clooney are both attached to the movie. And now, thanks to casting info, we might have a clue to what it's all about.

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  17. Things We Saw Today: 30 Rock Does Superman

    Things We Saw Today

    (via MTV Geek!)

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  18. Brad Bird’s Unnamed Sci-Fi Film Gets a Name Switch, Flirts With George Clooney

    Cautiously Optimistic

    Look, this will all make sense in a moment. Brad Bird, see, the guy behind The Incredibles, The Iron Giant, Ratatouille, and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, is working on this unnamed science fiction film, according to Hollywood buzz. Written by, yes, Damon Lindelof, it's currently running with the code name 1952, understood to be a codename that may or may not have anything to do with the actual content of them movie. The movie was also briefly known as Tesla, which, again, may or may not actually be related to the subject of the movie. Who is currently related to the movie? George Clooney.

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  19. Movie: The Movie: The Movie to End All Movies (Movie) [Video]

    this exists

    So, for his post-Oscar show, Jimmy Kimmel threw together an epic fake movie trailer with a few famous friends. Actually, it was all of the famous friends. Nearly every single famous person in Hollywood is in this trailer, and we are a better people for it. If for any reason, for Gabourey Sidibe's Black Hitler. The full video is after the jump, but you really had to see that first, because of the whole "next logical step from the Venture Bros.' Girl Hitler" thing. Okay, on to the video.

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  20. ER‘s Dr. Ross and Dr. Carter Vie For the Role of Steve Jobs

    Oh Really?

    So, do either of those dashing 1990s heartthrobs look anything like Steve Jobs to you? It may interest you to know that while Noah Wyle (Dr. Carter) has actually played the late Apple CEO before -- in 1999's TNT movie Pirates of Silicon Valley -- it's George Clooney (Dr. Ross) whose name has been mentioned since Sony purchased the rights to Jobs' biography. Isn't George Clooney just the guy that every dude wishes would play him in the movie about his life? But okay, we'll stay open-minded. Leonardo DiCaprio is playing J. Edgar Hoover, after all.

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