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Who wouldn't want to hit the road with Kristen Stewart, Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Kirsten Dunst, Amy Adams and Viggo Mortensen? Check out BuzzSugar's photo album of all the cool cats who star in the upcoming adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic beat novel, "On the Road."
Explosions, lasers and three headed beasts — Tenacious D has risen from the ashes and is about to rock out once more. Head over to Heavy and check out the music video for the D's latest best song in the world, "Rize of the Fenix."
Who would win in a fight: The Human Torch or Captain America? Head over to Hollywood.com to witness the superhero battle that pits one Chris Evans against another (yeah, we'd kind of forgotten all about "Fantastic Four," too).
Scarlett Johansson is currently invading movie theaters as one of the ass-kicking "Avengers," but (hopefully) later this year she'll be appearing in a, well, somewhat quieter science fiction film. Scarlett talks to The Playlist about "Under the Skin," the dark fantasy in which she plays an alien cruising the Scottish highways in search of hitchhikers.
It's a question that will probably never be completely answered, but it sure is fun to try. Moviefone contemplates sitting on the couch or heading out to the multiplex as it ponders the age-old riddle: Which is better — Movies or Television?
The Ice Age could've used more boy bands, that's for sure. MTV brings word that The Wanted will be contributing their hit single "Chasing the Sun" to the soundtrack to "Ice Age 4: Continental Drift," which will melt into theaters on July 13.
Over the last six months, "Juno" and "Up in the Air" director Jason Reitman has gathered a bunch of his celebrity pals and staged live readings of classic films such as "Reservoir Dogs" and "The Princess Bride" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Screen Junkies has suggestions for the next eight installments, complete with respective dream casts.