Reneswhat?! Edward & Bella’s Spawn Now Online!

Ever wondered what Edward & Bella’s half-vampire, half-human little girl, Renesmee (WTF!), would look like? I know I sure did and now I know! Below is the first-ever image of Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy) from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, which hits theaters on November 16, 2012. One thing is certain: Edward and Bella’s love of hanging out in flowering meadows is definitely genetic.

Friday Fun! Anchorman’s Sex Panther and MTV Movie Awards Clip!

It’s Friday and we should all be wearing a smile because the weekend is upon us. Even better? The month of January is just about over and Spring is that much closer to buoying our spirits and rescuing us from the damnable, frozen, dirty, whorish Winter season. At any rate, check out the sex panther cologne scene (one of my favorites) from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Also, for more enjoyment, check out this interview between Ron Burgundy and

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Michael Douglas Beat Cancer, Becomes Photojacker

I didn’t watch the Golden Globes because I think they are ridiculous and irrelevant, but I caught this picture of Michael Douglas photojacking a snapshot of his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Angelina Jolie, who, because of her sickly, emaciated appearance, was just tagged to play Golumn in the upcoming Hobbit twology. I have to say, this picture makes me giggle because Michael Douglas must be on Cloud Nine after beating throat cancer and his giddy expression of photo terrorism achieved

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Hunger Games PG-13 and Steinfeld a Possible Katniss

The Hunger Games, while not on the epic fan level as Twilight or Harry Potter, definitely has a massive fanbase and the filmmakers, specifically director Gary Ross, are not looking, despite the violence and sexuality in the young adult novels, to shaft the teenagers anxiously awaiting the film adaptation. Ross told Entertaintment Weekly the following regarding the rating of The Hunger Games movie: This book means too much to too many teenagers for it not to be PG-13. I don’t

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Breaking Dawn Image Reveals Sexytime for Ed and Bella

We are still months away from seeing any sort of teaser trailer for Bill Condon’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your Twihard fix right here and now with this image of Edward and Bella doing the mattress dance in the fourth installment of the vampire-werewolf-human soap opera. I haven’t read the, ahem, novels – and you can be damn sure I never will – but from what I gather, there are some downright head-shaking, cuckoo moments

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Trailer…eh…Wednesday? Soul Surfer!

If there was ever a great example of a teaser trailer, this short preview for Soul Surfer fits the bill perfectly. Clocking in speechless at a little over a minute, about all we know is AnnaSophia Robb (Race to Witch Mountain) has grown up, Dennis Quaid (Pandorum) and Helen Hunt (Then She Found Me) are looking super old and country singer Carrie Underwood is smokin’ hot. But in all seriousness, I kind of like the brevity, tone and feel of

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The Dark Knight Rises Adds Hathaway as Catwoman

When a superhero movie grosses more than a billion dollars worldwide and is critically acclaimed (94% on Rotten Tomatoes.com), people, not only fanboys, wait with somewhat baited breath to see what the filmmakers have in store for the next installment. Such is the case with Christopher Nolan’s Batman saga, with the aforementioned 2008 mega-hit, The Dark Knight, and its predecessor, Batman Begins, arguably setting the bar for what superhero movies should deliver. I’m still bitter The Dark Knight wasn’t given

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Andrew Garfield’s Spidey Suit is Sparkly

I’ve never been head-over-heels for Spider-Man as a comic book character or as depicted in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy (I think Spider-Man 2 is the best of the three), and I definitely wasn’t doing cartwheels when a re-boot of the franchise was announced. However, two things changed my mind: First, Marc Webb, the director behind (500) Days of Summer, as the helmsman does nothing but intrigue and inspire confidence in the re-boot’s success. And second, casting Andrew Garfield as

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I Heart Dinosaurs, but Jurassic Park 4 is a Bad Idea

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, when I was a senior in high school, I read a book for the first time in years (without being forced – and even then I slurped up the Cliff’s Notes) and that glorious piece of fiction just so happened to be Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park. In short, and avid Crichton readers and fans know this, the novel was cinematic in scope, fast-paced and kept me flipping pages into the

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Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Blu-ray Trailer

Frequent readers of AATM know that I absolutely, unequivocally love Star Wars, but that I also derive great pleasure in mocking the craptastic prequel trilogy and George Lucas’ hungry wallet (made of rancor leather, no less) and equally ravenous ego that turned my childhood memories from monolithic Star Destroyers chasing the Millennium Falcon through asteroids, Luke’s hand getting whacked off by Darth Vader, and Lando Calrissian disco dancing with Ewoks, to petulant little midi-chlorian-filled brats asking strangers if they’re angels,

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