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  1. Hawkeye Says Hey in First Trailer for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Pizza Dog Sadly Absent

    Wait, where is Felicity Jones?

    I'm really excited for this movie despite its infuriatingly punctuated title, but it would be awesome if the Mission: Impossible franchise had at least one recurring female character worth mentioning.

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  2. You’ll Never Guess Who Anne Rice Wants To Play The Vampire Lestat

    Just Go With It

    I apologize for what you've just seen. 

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  3. Police Mistake Celebrity Impersonator Photoshoot for Armed Criminal Enterprise

    Suddenly

    Even though the Port of London Authority only requires artists to register if they plan to be filming, not merely taking photos, the organizers of a celebrity look-a-like photoshoot are saying that, in hindsight, they probably should have. Turns out people jump to conclusions when they see a bunch of black-clad people waving guns around on a speedboat.

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  4. FYI: A Top Gun Sequel Is Still Happening, According To Jerry Bruckheimer

    thanks but no thanks

    While Jerry Bruckheimer is busy trying to churn out another Pirates of the Caribbean, he has something far more dangerous on his agenda we should be concerning ourselves with - a Top Gun sequel. Gutsiest move I ever saw, Mav.

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  5. Tom Cruise Plays A Robot In This WALL-E/Oblivion Mash-Up [VIDEO]

    This Makes Sense

    If you haven't heard of the upcoming Tom Cruise movie Oblivion, let me just say this - it kind of looks like WALL-E. So it's no surprise YouTuber Giant Mimosas decided to lay the audio from the Oblivion trailer on top of WALL-E footage. And it's kind of perfect. (via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Things We Saw Today: The New Robin Really Likes Birds

    Things We Saw Today

    And officially my new favorite. Sorry, Tim Drake. (via Literate Knits) 

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  7. Reddit Makes Suspicious Onlooker More Famous Than Tom Cruise, Proves Power of Internet Once Again

    Meet Alexander Rhodes. Like many aspiring actors, Rhodes has accepted a couple of bit parts in order to further pursue his dream of becoming a serious acting force with which to be reckoned. Success doesn't just happen, it's a process. Well, unless you somehow manage to garner the collective interest of reddit's hive mind. After posting his IMDB profile on reddit, Rhodes has suddenly shot up to the 8th most popular actor on the site.

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  8. We Didn’t Ask For This: Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman Producing Reboots of The Mummy and Van Helsing

    BAD IDEAS FROM SMART PEOPLE

    Remember that time I said it wasn't worth complaining about reboots because there was absolutely no way of avoiding them? Get ready to halt any complaining now, because it was just announced that the Star Trek screenwriting dream team Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman will be serve as producers on reboots of The Mummy franchise as well as Van Helsing. Because, as we have all figured out, there is no reason to create original characters anymore, just take old ones and write new scripts. It's fan fiction, everyone. Hollywood has officially turned into a factory of big-budget fan fiction. By the way: Van Helsing will star Tom Cruise, so now it's fan fiction and celebrities engaging in cosplay. Yup. Go ahead -- try to deny that's what it is.

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  9. Anne Rice To Stephenie Meyer: Your Vampires Suck

    the internet is serious business

    Vampire Chronicles author Anne Rice has started another catfight...a vampfight...a batfight...whatever, you get the idea, with Twilight author Stephanie Meyer. Interesting timing considering Twilight: Breaking Dawn is about to make another bajillion dollars at the box office. 

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  10. Guillermo Del Toro’s At the Mountains of Madness Starts Filming in June

    Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

    In case you were worried that Guillermo Del Toro's film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness, was just a crazed fever dream you had several months ago, set your fears aside. It's going to start filming in June. Producer Don Murphy (Transformers) confirmed the shoot date, though not much else is known about the production. James Cameron is also tapped to produce, and Tom Cruise and Ron Perlman are the only listed members of the cast. (Perlman confirmed his involvement in January; his character did not appear in the original novel, but will be a "no-nonsense dog sled guy." Cameron says that this will be an "epically scaled horror movie," and added, "The fans certainly won't want for a visual feast with this film." That's pretty promising coming from the guy responsible for Aliens. (io9)

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  11. Brad Bird Quits Animation… Sort Of

    This weekend Brad Bird was given one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon an american animator: the Windsor McCay Award for lifetime achievement in the field of animation.  He now stands alongside such animation greats as the Fleischer Brothers, Tex Avery, Hanna and Barbera, Mel Blanc, Walt Disney, Bob Clampett, Don Bluth, Genndy Tartakovsky, John Lasseter, and Bruce Timm. Too bad he's quitting animation.  Ok, not really.  He explains, in his acceptance video, which had to be filmed in advance due to Bird being too busy filming the next Mission Impossible movie with Simon Pegg and Tom Cruise to attend the ceremony. (via Bleeding Cool.)

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  12. The Real Minority Report Interface

    We all want Tom Cruise's interface from Minority Report, right? Right. Don't deny it. Well, John Underkoffler would like you, or at least TED, to know that he thinks that it'll be here within the decade. Why? Because he designed it for the movie, and has spent eight years making it real and marketable.

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  13. Les Grossman Movie: It’s Actually Happening?

    Remember Les Grossman, the foul-mouthed, hairy movie producer Tom Cruise played in Tropic Thunder and in a few MTV Movie Award skits? He was a great, unexpected Tropic Thunder cameo that revived many people's hopes for Tom Cruise, and a welcome addition to the MTV Movie Awards, but do you think you'd want to watch a real feature-length movie about Les Grossman? Paramount and MTV are betting you are:

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  14. New Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Trailer Debuts at MTV Movie Awards

    In addition to showcasing many an F-bomb and allowing Tom Cruise to reprise his brilliant Lev Grossman character from Tropic Thunder, last night's MTV Movie Awards brought to the world a brand-new trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The trailer consists almost entirely of new footage unseen in the previously released sneak peek for the film, including a dash of Voldemort acting menacing and a healthy dose of Harry-Ron conflict, and feels altogether more like a 'real' trailer than the more all-over-the-place sneak peek which came enclosed as a bonus feature in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVDs.

    Here's the trailer:

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