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The first images from Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" have arrived, and Time Out London has them! The pictures show Burton's claymation rendition of the reincarnated pup and the little boy who brings him back to life.

Wanda Sykes was diagnosed with breast cancer in February, and just opened up about her story with People. As expected, the comedian speaks about it with a certain lightness and positive attitude, while giving a truthful account of her experience.

Vulture reports that Fox is planning to develop back-to-back "Independence Day" sequels,but they were in for a surprise when Will Smith went all "Welcome to Earth" on them and demanded $50 million for the movies. Whether or not Fox will dish out the big bucks is still up in the air.

USA Today has a first look at the cast of the new "Three Stooges", featuring Will Sasso, Sean Hayes, and Chris Diamantopoulos in full costume.

Brad Bird told that he hasn't exactly been working too hard -- or, you know, at all -- on a sequel to his Pixar hit, "The Incredibles". Not to say that there is no hope for a Sequel -- Bird just wants to make sure the story is an adequate followup to his uber popular original "Incredibles".

People has the first look at Alice Cullen's wedding style--complete with new dress and a new 'do.

Hollywood is adapting a young adult fantasy novel into a movie. Sound familiar? With "Harry Potter" movies completed, "Twilight" movies coming to an end and "Hunger Games" fimling well underway, a new novel must step up to the plate. And that novel is "The Scorpio Races", whose movie will be produced by KatzSmith Productions. Hollywood Repoter has the full story.

Kal Penn stopped by The Daily to talk about the latest "Harold & Kumar" movie, where he dishes about wanting to do a fourth movie set in space. Seriously.

Even though "Harry Potter" movies are disappearing, we're hoping Tom Felton will stick around (mainly so we can look at more pictures of him). He appeared on the cover of "FAULT" magazine this month looking mighty fine. MTV Style has the photos.

Have a Very Scorsese Halloween this year--The director shared his favorite horror movies of all time with The Daily Beast.