Cool Clicks: The Five Stages of Robsten Grief

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The FriskyElizabeth Kubler-Ross' "On Death and Dying" describes the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally, acceptance. The Frisky has noticed that diehard Robsten fans are going through this process right now upon the news of Kristen Stewart's infidelity with her "Snow White" director.

How could a movie starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill bring in such disappointing returns? Maybe it has something to do with the aliens. Moviefone reflects on the failure of "The Watch" with a look at the best (and worst) movie plot twists.

Nuke the FridgeSay ... where was the Joker during the events of "The Dark Knight Rises," anyway? Nuke the Fridge brings news that the film's official novelization sheds some light on the whereabouts of the Clown Prince of Crime during Bane's reign of terror.

ou know, "Klown" was awfully damn funny — even with all of those pesky subtitles. In celebration of the Danish laughfest, Complex gives some love to cinema overseas with a list of the 25 best foreign comedy movies.

"I'm sorry to differ with you, sir, but you are the caretaker. You've always been the caretaker." Well, not quite always, Mr. Grady. Vulture reports that Warner Bros. is considering going back to the Overlook Hotel for a prequel to the horror classic, "The Shining."

Who wouldn't want to hang out with Veronica Mars (a more grown-up Veronica, anyway)? Head over to BuzzSugar for your chance to win a trip to L.A. to meet and interview Kristen Bell, star of the upcoming action comedy, "Hit and Run."