‘Les Miserables’ Poster Harkens Back To Classic Broadway Logo

The newest poster for Tom Hooper’s adaptation of “Les Miserables” doesn’t use the iconic logo for the Broadway musical, but keeps the same imagery of a young, dirty Cossette.

Also, play “Guess Who?” with Nic Cage and learn about the two kinds of people in today’s Dailies!

» Does he scream in most of his film roles? Yes. [Tumblr]

» Watch for the trailer for “Vamps,” a new vampire movie from the director of “Clueless.” [YouTube]

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» Here’s a supercut of movie characters saying that there are two kinds of people in the world. [Vulture]

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» Check out the latest teaser for “Paranormal Activity 4.” [Yahoo! Movies]

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» Andy Serkis read parts of “The Hobbit” as Gollum. The clip is as fun as it sounds. [ComingSoon.net]

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» Who needs Peter Jackson’s “Hobbit” when you have these kids? [io9]

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» The cast of “Malcolm in the Middle” got back together for this amazing picture. [Vulture]

» The new poster for “Les Miserables” adapts the famous image to great effect. [The Playlist]

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