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If you’ve been consumed with Comic-Con news for the last week or so, as we ourselves have been, then you may have missed this horror news.

Scouts vs Zombies gets a new title and teaser trailer – Paramount’s upcoming horror comedy Scouts vs. Zombies has a new name (Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse) and a new teaser trailer. The teaser is… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'From Dusk Till Dawn' Season 2, 'C.U.J.O.' and More Recent Horror News

Justin Bieber, trying to make up for his bratty past, says that his “hard” life in show business caused him to act “arrogant” and “conceited” over the past “year and a half.”

The 20-year-old singer Wednesday posted an apology video following an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, his first talk show chat in awhile. In the clip, Bieber admitted he “was afraid of what people are thinking” about… Continue reading Sorry World! Bratty Bieber Says ‘Hard’ Life Motivated His Recent Bad Behavior

JLaw who? After reports that Chris Martin split with Hunger Games star, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that he’s rekindling things with estranged wife Gwyneth Paltrow!

According to OK! Magazine, the couple recently reunited for a secret getaway to Texas.

The pair were “inseparable” during the Dallas opening of a Goop store, according to a source. “They tried to avoid the cameras, but he stuck to her like… Continue reading Conscious Recoupling! Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin ‘Inseparable During Recent Trip’ – ‘They’re Still Sleeping Together’

The Oliver Stone-directed movie about Edward Snowden, who will be played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is officially moving forward for a January shoot. Currently untitled, the story of the NSA whistle-blower is the latest added to an increasing amount of features based on recent current events.

By the time it comes out, it won’t be terribly immediate, especially if you consider that the… Continue reading Discuss: What Recent True Event Would Make a Great Movie?

The more we celebrate anniversaries of summer blockbusters of yore — such as Alamo Drafthouse’s current run of 1983 releases and the regular Internet commemorations of events like Jurassic Park turning 20 and Die Hard turning 25 — I can’t help but wonder which of this year’s films will be remembered fondly in the coming decades, if any. Many people are already declaring the summer of… Continue reading Which Recent Summer Blockbuster Has the Most Rewatchability?