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Dylan Baker is sighing himself to sleep tonight because he only ever got to be a pre-transformation Dr. Curt Connors in Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" movies. Check out the first really good look at the wall-crawler's nemesis in "The Amazing Spider-Man" at The Playlist.
Well, at least they didn't completely freak out and just call it "Hunger Games 2." To avoid confusion with any other movie called "Catching Fire" that might be coming out in the next couple of years, the "Hunger Games" sequel has been officially titled "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
"The Twilight Saga: The Complete Film Archive" will be published on Oct. 9 just in time to commemorate the end of the film series ("Breaking Dawn - Part 2" opens Nov. 16, but you already knew that). Head over to Shelf Life for the first peek at the cover and the scoop on what you'll find inside.
Because we're a little more than two weeks away from the opening of "Prometheus" and because the Film Society of Lincoln Center opens its complete, week-long retrospective of his films today in New York, Movieline has ranked the the 19 feature films of Ridley Scott. Sigh … nobody loves "A Good Year."
Nobody tells Tom Hardy anything! The "Dark Knight Rises" star has said that he doesn't know when "Mad Max: Fury Road" is supposed to start shooting, but Charlize Theron has told MTV that it's set to go as of June 2. Can someone send this video to Tom Hardy?
Hey, if "Battleship" can get its own movie, then "Legos: Hero Factory" most certainly can, too. The Wrap reports that Universal is eyeing a live-action film adaptation based on the popular Lego line — which should not be confused with the other Lego movie currently in development, which will be CG-animated.