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French Montana released a new music video for his single, “Don’t Panic,” and it’s – see for yourself. But even though the entire video is strange (imagine creepy clown masks and guns), the oddest part of the whole project appears at the end when a woman toting a semi-automatic weapon removes her facemask only to reveal that it’s Khloé Kardashian!

The youngest Kardashian sister has taken a ride on the… Continue reading Khloé Kardashian Makes A Gun-Toting Cameo In French Montana’s New Music Video For Single ‘Don’t Panic’ – Watch It!

“Les Miserables” and “The Wolverine” are basically the same movie, right?

Maybe it’s just something conjured up by our twisted, movie-loving minds, but we noticed something as we were watching the recently released trailer for “The Wolverine”: a remarkable parallel between the journey of Hugh Jackman’s rogue mutant Wolverine and the tear-inducing story of Jean Valjean. They share imprisonment, a penchant for rebellion, and a fondness for avoiding the barber.

With this… Continue reading Moviefone Mash: Mutants Meet French Revolutionaries in 'Les Wolverine' (VIDEO)

The Host

What if everything you love was taken from you in the blink of an eye? ‘The Host’ is the next epic love story from the creato… Read More

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“The Host” isn’t Max Irons’s first go-round at otherworldly romance or a tween-friendly love triangle: The actor (whose father is Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons), was previously in “Red Riding Hood.”

This time around, however, he isn’t dealing with… Continue reading Max Irons, 'The Host' Star, on Fainting Spells, Driving Skills, and Fighting Off the French Hordes

In this week’s column, we offer alternative viewing choices for your weekend viewing pleasure, plus a roundup of the past week’s distribution deals.

Opening Today

mdc melancholia main Indie Insights: End of the World ‘Melancholia,’ French ‘Unforgivable,’ Sexy ‘London Boulevard’

Melancholia. The latest feature from controversial director Lars von Trier has been dividing audiences since it premired at the Cannes film festival a few months ago. Kirsten Dunst stars as a newlywed suffering from depression, even as a new planet is discovered to be… Continue reading Indie Insights: End of the World ‘Melancholia,’ French ‘Unforgivable,’ Sexy ‘London Boulevard’

October 6, 2011

The French poster for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 has come online and can be viewed below. Opening in theaters on November 18, the film was directed by Bill Condon from a script by Melissa Rosenberg.

The big cast of the two-parter includes Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Billy