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Harrison Ford And Steven Spielberg Set To Return To Indiana Jones Franchise

After all the talk of finding a new actor to play Indiana Jones (we’re looking your way Chris Pratt), Walk Disney pictures have instead decided to stick to a tried and tested formula, and have announced that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg will be returning to the franchise.

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New Movies Opening February 10th, 2012

This weekend is yet another mishmash of new releases, with two action movies (one for adults, and one for kids), a romance and a 3D re-release. Odds are with Valentine’s Day just around the corner the romance will make the most this weekend, but with the huge fan-base behind the re-release it may surprise everyone.

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Movies Opening January 20th, 2012

Most Januarys are pretty mediocre when it comes to movies, and this one has been no exception. This week’s new releases are another mishmash of genres that all pretty much seem to be leaning towards action. There’s a fourth movie in a series, a straight action flick, a modern day adaptation of a Shakespeare play and a World War II air battle movie.

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Video Of The Week – Star Wars BluRay Changes

George Lucas just can’t seem to leave well enough alone. With every release the Star Wars creator has tinkered and tinkered with his hit movies, and every time he manages to upset his fans.

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Comic Con Showcases Star Wars Deleted Scenes

This week at Comic Con in San Diego Lucasfilms released a sampling of the deleted scenes from the original trilogy of Star Wars films that they plan on including in the September BluRay release.

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Celebrity Birthdays – May 8th – May 14th

Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 8th to May 14th

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George Lucas Buying Up Rights To Dead Movie Stars

These days everything is worth something, including apparently the rights to dead movie stars. According to British actor Mel Smith, George Lucas is buying the film rights to dead movie stars to put them back on the big screen.

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