Cool Clicks: Channing Tatum Is 'Terrified' of Rooney Mara

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Lisbeth Salander is quite the intimidating presence, even to the likes of "21 Jump Street" cop Greg Jenko. Channing Tatum tells E! Online that his "The Bitter Pill" co-star, Rooney Mara, is "the most terrifying person I've ever met."

The Playlist"This isn't a car" — and it's called simply "The Bat," by the way. Director Christopher Nolan reveals some last-minute tidbits about "The Dark Knight Rises" as we begin to count down the days until July 20.

The co-creator of "Twin Peaks" wrote a young adult trilogy? Yes, please! The Wrap brings word that Reliance Entertainment and Kintop Pictures have purchased the rights to Mark Frost's "The Paladin Prophecy," with the first book set to hit store shelves in September and the first film to hit theaters in 2014.

MTV MultiplayerThe voices in the upcoming "Star Trek" video game are going to sound pretty familiar. MTV Multiplayer brings word that Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, and pretty much everyone else from the "Star Trek" movie will be reprising their roles for the third-person shooter.

Heat Vision"Romans, countrymen ... zombies?" Amazon Studios is bringing ancient history back from the dead with "Zombies vs. Gladiators" and they've hired horror maestro Clive Barker to work his macabre magic on the script, according to Heat Vision.

Soon, PlayStation 3 users will know the ways of Hogwarts. MTV Geek brings word that your PS controller will become a wand with "Wonderbook: Book of Spells," which will use augmented reality to allow players to immerse themselves into the wizarding world of JK Rowling.

May the best loser win. Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) and Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis) face off in the new poster for "The Campaign," on display at the film's Facebook page. Vote wisely, America.