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Our heads are spinning, but at least we won't ever have to check into any of the movie mental hospitals discussed in MSN Movies' great feature timed to "Sucker Punch."

Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway and Will.i.am are just a few of the recognizable faces voices that pop up in "Rio" and in this hilarious clip from MTV's "The Seven."

The HobOur friends at The Hob got an exclusive sit-down with Lucas Till, one of the fan favorites for the romantic role of Peeta in the upcoming "Hunger Games" adaptations. See what he had to say about the books and his chances.

We all know you're pumped for "X-Men: First Class" -- we are too. Thankfully, the X-Men Facebook page is giving us all the chance to ask the X-Perts. Nicholas Hoult answered questions this week and Oliver Platt and Rose Byrne are next up.

Hollywood LifeIt's so on! HollywoodLife got a peek at the script for "New Year's Eve" and former "Hairspray" co-stars Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer are gonna get to smooch.

"Sucker Punch" isn't the first time a harem of female hotties have ganged up on The Man. Movieline has a whole gallery of great girl groups.

Wanna see another pic from "The Hangover: Part 2?" Head over to MTV Movies Blog for a sweet new still of Bradley Cooper and the boys.

What's PlayingIn case you want to know what's going to happen in the latest "American Pie" installment, "American Reunion," What's Playing has a slew of spoilers.

Gossip Cop"Rocky" and "Rambo" sure inspire us, but not necessarily our fashion choices. Gossip Cop reports that Sylvester Stallone is planning to launch a clothing line influenced by his most famous roles. Yeah, seriously.

Deadline Hollywood has the 411 on the PG-13-rated version of the "King's Speech" coming out on April 1, which, honestly, seems a little April foolish.

As if we could get any more excited, Adam Brody tells E! Online's Marc Malkin that "Scream 4" will be the franchise's biggest bloodbath yet. Ahh!