Here is our list of the ten best (and a few worst) movies of the year.
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The New York Film Critics Circle has announced their best of the year awards, doing so via their Twitter feed. There were some surprises! Let's see who won, via tweets, of course.
Obviously the Hollywood Foreign Press wasn't as offended by Ricky Gervais as they said they were, since they're picking him to host January's Golden Globes award ceremony.
Holy Haymitch, it's here. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming Hunger Games movie, based on the hugely successful book series, has arrived! And it looks good!
The Players: Johnny Depp, a sometimes sell-out actor whose latter Pirates of The Carribbean flicks we forgive because it's easy to admire a guy who started on 21 Jump Street and given us What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Ed Wood, and Sweeney Todd; Wichita, Kansas home to Wichitans who aren't ready to forgive Depp for The Rum Diary.
Universal has released the first trailer for next June's fairytale actioner Snow White and the Huntsman, a swooping special effects-heavy re-imagining that marks the first feature film from commercial director Rupert Sanders. It looks interesting!
In a surprise victory, DreamWorks' Puss in Boots won the weekend for the second time in a row, besting the A-list comedy Tower Heist by nearly $10 million.
Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar Hoover biopic J. Edgar premiered last night in Los Angeles, which means the early reviews are in. Let's take a look!
Daniel Craig and new director Sam Mendes announced the cast and title for the 23rd James Bond movie that will open next year.
Warner Bros has announced that it will stop shipping all DVD and Blu-ray versions of the eight Harry Potter films on December 29, putting them back "in the vault" to increase scarcity — and the value of future, yet-to-be-made special editions.
Plus: Diablo Cody's directorial debut gets a cast
The Moneyball author's first book was about bad behavior on Wall Street
Online only services just won't have as many movie offerings
Plus: Kevin Costner passes on letting Quentin Tarantino rejuvenate his career
Plus: George Clooney is gunning for an Oscar and skimming his pool in 'The Descendants'
Plus: Tyler Perry is Hollywood's highest earning man, according to Forbes
Plus: A rave review that will erase any lingering doubts about 'Moneyball'
Plus: Meryl Streep, Yo-Yo Ma among this year's Kennedy Center honorees
A settlement for a backroom deal with Netflix turns into a marketing win
Plus: Madonna movie about Wallis Simpson was not well-received
Plus: 1988 George Lucas calls out 'egotistical gangsters' like 2011 George Lucas
And The New York Times and BBC are very different beasts
The pricey movie deal will also bar Colton Harris-Moore from talking to the media
In the first 'Twixt' trailer, the down-on-his-luck artist takes precedent over monsters
Four options for this year's Sundance It girl, and none of them appears to be a comedy
George Clooney's new political thriller is entirely fiction
Critics puzzle over a deadly serious $100 million summer movie
Liam Neeson and giant robotic bugs dominate the film's first teaser trailer
Surely someone's filmed sadder scene than 1995's 'The Champ'
Comes after the company raised subscription prices
Republicans are pretty close to being all pledged-out
Fans and non-fans alike are rushing to heap praise on the final film in the franchise
Movie stars are, apparently, only allowed to make three sequels before selling out
$153 million or no, is Hollywood really ready to make more comedies with women?
Transformers is bad. Could critics eviscerate it with a little more relish, please?
Star of 'Columbo' and two-time Oscar nominee had been suffering from Alzheimer's
The star, 74, will write and direct and star in his first movie since 2001
Pitchfork posted the interview the morning Ryan Dunn died in a car accident
Plus: Spielberg circles a 'Jurassic Park' reboot
All hands on deck for Aronofsky's 'Black Swan' followup
Ziskin, best known for producing "Spider-Man," blazed a trail for women in Hollywood
Plus: the former Hollywood agent who couldn't abide New York's elevators
Zach Galifianakis thinks there will be a jailbreak from a mental institution in there
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