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Did Woody Harrelson Just Confirm His Role in the Young Han Solo Movie?

When asked in an interview at the Sundance Film Festival whether he would be playing Garris Shrike, Harrelson, instead of dodging the question like we would expect him to, simply says yes.

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Things We Saw Today: Maisie Williams Stars in Netflix Original Film iBoy

Check out the trailer for Netflix's latest original film, iBoy, starring Maisie Williams, after the jump!

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Woody Harrelson Joins the Han Solo Movie Cast. Guess Our Rebellious Lead Needed a Father Figure

Now, I have absolutely no clue what role Woody Harrelson will play in the Han Solo movie... but I have a guess, and I'm far from the first person to make this guess, because it's so obvious. Harrelson would be juuust about the right age to play Han Solo's dad, wouldn't he?

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War For the Planet of the Apes Trailer Seems to Mirror Impending National and Global Conflict

I mean, I could be reading way too much into a movie trailer, but...

OK, maybe I'm reading way too much into a movie trailer, but it was kind of impossible for me to watch the new trailer for War For the Planet of the Apes without thinking about the current state of the world. Maybe the apes taking over at this point wouldn't be such a bad idea...?

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War for the Planet of the Apes To Premiere Exclusive Footage at New York Comic Con

They've also released an early synopsis for the upcoming sequel.

Motion capture magician and actor Andy Serkis has teamed up again with director Matt Reeves on War for the Planet of the Apes--which is the third film in the reboot series. Reeves had previously directed the film prior to the upcoming Apes movie, titled Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

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So That Zombieland Sequel Is Still in the Works

Does "better late than never" still apply here?

Writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese are giving up some new details on the much-delayed film.

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Grab Your Twinkies, The Zombieland 2 Logo Has Been Revealed

While attempts to get a Zombieland TV show off the ground were effectively double-tapped, it would appear that failure hasn't deterred Sony in its quest to give us more zombie stuff. At its CinemaCon presentation, the studio revealed logos for a number of upcoming projects, including Blade Runner, Spider-Man: Homecoming and the now-confirmed follow-up to the 2009 Zombieland.

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[UPDATED] Looking For More Women In True Detective Season 2? HBO Might Have A Jessica Chastain For That.

Oh Really?

HBO's debut season of True Detective was an intense and riveting ride. The show starred Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson (always an amazing team) in the lead roles, however, they told a complete story. That left many wondering where the series would go for Season 2. The internet even started a fantastic meme trying to cast the next leads but we finally have a hint as to who might take on the task - Jessica Chastain.

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Burns Hotter Than Its Predecessor

Review

The consequences of war are far-reaching and come fast in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the sequel to box office juggernaut The Hunger Games. Based on Suzanne Collins’ bestselling novels about a teenage girl’s fight against an oppressive, sadistic government, the thrilling Catching Fire brings out strong themes of inequality, the politics of fear, and the psychological impact of battle on people of all ages. Fully engrossing, and far stronger than its forerunner, Catching Fire keeps the sense of suspense throughout with a few dips, and backs up its plot content with plenty of action to hold audience interest. The two-hour-and-fifteen-minute run time hardly feels like it, when you’re swept away by the despotic world of Francis Lawrence’s Panem. Do not volunteer. There are SPOILERS behind the cut.

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It’s Haymitch’s Turn to Sober Up and Have His Official Portrait Taken

May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has started to ramp up its PR machine well in advance of its November release date, with stately portraits of its major players (at least, so far, the adult ones). One wonders if this means a teaser trailer will be making the rounds in the next month or so? Previously in The Hunger Games

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Looks Like Zombieland Might be Getting that Television Show After All

Braaaaiiiinnnnns

Did you know that one of the conditions Woody Harrelson demanded for accepting his role in Zombieland was that director Ruben Fleischer go without eating dairy products for a week? Did you know that Zombieland is the highest grossing zombie movie the United States has ever paid money for? Did you know that it was initially going to be a television show? Well, either way, it might reach that goal anyway.

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The Mary Sue’s Hunger Games Review

Review

Ladies and gentlemen. We had the chance to see a sneak preview of the Lionsgate adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games this week. Should fans of the book series be concerned? Will audiences going in cold enjoy the film? Is the highly-publicized hype true? Read on to find out! 

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Behind the Scenes of The Hunger Games: The Actors Speak [Video]

And Fansplosions Abound

A great behind-the-scenes featurette for The Hunger Games appeared on Entertainment Tonight recently, and the actors -- Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Wes Bentley, and Lenny Kravitz -- have opened up on their thoughts on the book, how they lobbied for their roles, and how much they (like us) just plain love The Hunger Games. We might have to declare this official: people read those books in a matter of days. All of them. By the way: The Hunger Games opens next Friday. Next. Friday. (via Screen Rant) Previously in The Hunger Games

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What Did the Jennifer Lawrence Say to the Woody Harrelson (When She Met Him for the First Time)?

Oh My Stars and Garters

I was so nervous. I had been practicing what I was going to say in my trailer because I couldn’t decide if I was going to go with ‘Hey, how are ya, I’m Jen!’ or ‘Hi Woody, it’s such an honor to meet you, I’m Jennifer.’ I went over it and over it on the way walking to his bus, muttering to myself ‘Should I go with Jen or Jennifer? Should I say I’m Katniss. No he probably already knows that…' I walked into his bus to introduce myself and the first words that just fell out of my mouth were [this next spoiler is rated R] ‘Is that a sex swing?! -- Jennifer Lawrence, on meeting costar Woody Harrelson for the first time. Read Harrelson's side of the story below:

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Pssssst, Over Here: Oodles and Oodles of Stills From The Hunger Games

hold on to your butts

Hey, what's this now? Oh No They Didn't scanned a cornucopia of images from The Hunger Games onto the internet for all of us? Someone must have heard that it was Say Something Nice Day and said something nice. With pictures!

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Hunger Games’ Woody Harrelson Says Haymitch Is More Than A Drunk

May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

Woody Harrelson plays Haymitch Abernathy in March's adaptation of the Suzanne Collins novel, The Hunger Games. Haymitch is many things (some of which are not for polite conversation) but among them is someone with a serious drinking problem. The actor recently spoke about how he approached the role and what he thinks of the film's quality. Plus, Lionsgate announces pre-sale info!

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Every Hunger Games Character, On a Poster

May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

Personally, I've been shying away from most Hunger Games items these days for the simple fact that I'm excited enough about the movie and am worried about exploding. Well, prepare yourselves, under the cut we've got character posters for Katniss, Haymitch, Effie, Cinna, Peta, Gale, Rue and Cato. 

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New Defendor Trailer: Woody Harrelson Fights Crime DIY Style, with Lime Juice and Marbles

Superhero spoof Defendor, starring Woody Harrelson, probably won't be the mega-earning box-office smash of the summer -- it's being released in a few theaters on February 26th and will be migrating to DVD on April 30th, according to Screencrave -- but it looks smart, funny, and the good kind of quirky, with DIY superhero Defendor/Woody Harrelson extracting information with the old lime juice-to-the-eye tactic, and defending himself with a jarful of wasps.

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