Cool Clicks: Robert Pattinson Is Not Finnick Odair

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Heat VisionThere were rumors buzzing around Cannes that Robert Pattinson was up for the role of returning champion Finnick Odair in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Upon checking with his agent, the "Twilight" star has confirmed that those rumors are untrue, according to Heat Vision.

The PlaylistEmma Watson is your go-to gal for showing off the latest fashions — and pulling off the coolest crimes. The Playlist has the first official pics from Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring," the based-on-a-true-story tale of a group of affluent teenagers who robbed several celebrity homes, including those of Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson, Megan Fox and Orlando Bloom.

In his long and storied career, Christopher Lee has delivered countless fantastic performances in everything from medieval adventures to Hammer horror flicks to sci-fi extravaganzas. In celebration of the legend turning 90 years old this week, Moviefone lists 90 reasons why this expert thespian, decorated military man and even bombastic heavy metal singer is just plain awesome.

HeavySummer is upon us, and you know what that means — it's time to enjoy some awesome movies from the comfort of the great air-conditioned indoors. Heavy's The Movie Show rolls out love struck spies in "This Means War," creepy supernatural stuff in "The Woman in Black" and the rousing true story of "Red Tails."

Speaking of summer, one dark certainty awaits any beach-goer, barbecuer or general outdoorsman as we enter the hot season: the sunburn. Check out's gallery of the 10 Worst Sunburns in Movies and TV, and use this as a lesson: wear sunscreen!

We know that it's absolute heresy to so much as whisper the possibility that anything at all might be wrong with "The Dark Knight," but Movieline has made the argument that perhaps Heath Ledger was himself a weak link in Christopher Nolan's much-adored blockbuster. A new supercut showcases a Joker-only version of the movie, and it's chock full of cackling, lip-smacking, hand-clapping camp.