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Trent Reznor on 'Gone Girl': 'It's a nasty film'

Trent Reznor is currently on the road in Europe promoting Nine Inch Nails’ latest album Hesitation Marks, and he’ll be spending the bulk of his summer crossing North America with fellow ’94 survivors Soundgarden. But in between those gigs, he’s going to be wrapping up his biggest project of the year: the score for David Fincher’s Gone Girl, which hits theaters this fall.  READ FULL STORY

Spike Jonze on his new movie 'Her' -- EXCLUSIVE

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The first trailer for Spike Jonze’s new movie Her was released last week and generated a rush of positive buzz. The film is set in the near future and stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore, a lonely, soon-to-be-divorced writer who buys a new computer operating system named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). Samantha is so human and intuitive that Theodore begins to fall in love with “her.”

Prior to the release of the trailer, that description of the plot inspired a raft of Siri jokes, but the tone of the trailer is so full of longing and loss that those flip jibes fall flat once you’ve seen it. Jonze, 43, has not made a film in four years and first conceived of Her while working on his last, Where the Wild Things Are. He spoke with EW about Her and why he wanted to make it.
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'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2' advance tickets go on sale Oct. 1

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Rejoice Twi-hards! Advance tickets for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 will go on sale on Oct. 1 at midnight EST on Fandango.com and MovieTickets.com.

Both sites will also sell tickets to The Twilight Saga movie marathon, which will be held in dozens of theaters throughout North America on Nov. 15. Select theaters will also screen the series’ final installment the same day at 10 p.m. The film will be released globally the following day on Nov. 16.

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'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2' chosen as most anticipated fall movie by Fandango users

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It looks like Kristen Stewart’s extracurricular activities and Robert Pattinson’s string of talk show appearances have increased fans’ appetite for Twilight. Voters chose Breaking Dawn — Part 2 as this season’s most anticipated movie on Fandango’s annual fall film survey. And a whopping 51 percent of voters also dubbed the flick as the best date night movie.

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'Frankenweenie' to receive world premiere at this year's Fantastic Fest

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Fantastic Fest has announced that the opening film of this year’s Austin, Tx., genre movie extravaganza will be director Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie. The black and white animated movie is to receive its world premiere on September 20 at the city’s famed Alamo Drafthouse cinema.

“Tim Burton stands as a titan of modern genre cinema,” Fantastic Fest co-founder and creative director Tim League said in a statement. “To world premiere the feature adaptation of his early beloved short is a huge honor for me personally and for the festival in general.”

The organizers of Fantastic Fest have also debuted this year’s poster, which is the work of artist Mike Saptuo. You can check it out below.

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'Resident Evil: Retribution' trailer -- Zombies and Milla Jovovich in bondage gear

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The staggeringly successful Resident Evil movie franchise is one of my big guilty pleasures. The films’ zombie-featuring carnage, enjoyably preposterous plot twists, and apparent propensity for cladding star Milla Jovovich in items from the Hustler store’s S&M spring collection more than make up for any arguable lack of Chekhovian character development.

The trailer for the fifth RE movie, Resident Evil: Retribution, has just hit the web and looks encouraging. Which is to say, it boasts undead mayhem, the presence of characters who shuffled off this mortal coil way back in the first movie, and the sight of Jovovich wearing the kind of outfit more usually associated with newspaper stories headlined NAKED SENATOR ARRESTED IN DUNGEON-BROTHEL STING.

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Check out the poster for new sci-fi thriller 'Branded' -- EXCLUSIVE

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How do you promote a sci-fi movie about sinister advertisements which not only influence your actions and desires but control them?

Why, with a sinister advertisement of course!

Below, check out the exclusive QR code-equipped poster for Branded, due to hit screens Sept. 7. Starring Ed Stoppard, Leelee Sobieski, Jeffrey Tambor, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, and Max von Sydow, the movie nods toward both The Matrix and John Carpenter’s They Live (that’s if you believe the trailer, which you’ll also find below). READ FULL STORY

'The ABC's of Death': Check out the forthcoming horror anthology's new gloriously gruesome poster -- EXCLUSIVE

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As scary concepts go, learning the alphabet has never really ranked up there with, say, being pursued by a chainsaw-wielding maniac, being attacked by a horde of hungry zombies, or being stitched together into a human centipede by a deranged surgeon. To put it another way, the ABCs are generally thought of as being more Sesame Street than Elm Street. But all that is about to change!

This September will see the release of the ABCs of Death, a new horror anthology with 26 demise-oriented chapters, each one overseen by a different director. The featured filmmakers include Ti West (The Innkeepers), Jason Eisener (Hobo with a Shotgun), Ben Wheatley (Kill List), and Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes).

If that isn’t enough to whet fright fans’ appetites, we are pleased to exclusively unveil the movie’s poster, which you can see to the left and in larger form below. This macabre vision was designed by Kaare Andrews, a comic book artist-writer (The Incredible Hulk, Ultimate X-Men) and filmmaker who is himself currently prepping the Cabin Fever prequel Patient X.

You can find a full list of ABCs of Death directors on the film’s facebook page. READ FULL STORY

Check out the new Alamo Drafthouse/Mondo poster for 'Drive' -- EXCLUSIVE

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The world seems to be divided into those who loved last year’s heartfelt, Ryan Gosling-starring Crazy, Stupid, Love and those who loved last year’s head-stomping, Ryan Gosling-starring Drive. I’m not saying who’s right or who’s wrong. I am saying all right-minded folks should feast their eyes on our exclusive preview of the new, limited edition Drive poster the good folks at Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas and its collectible merch arm Mondo will be selling online starting this Thursday.

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Oscars 2012: Music branch chief Bruce Broughton on this week's controversial Best Song noms

One of the big stories of this week’s Oscar nominations was the announcement that, for the first time in history, only two songs have been given the nod in the Best Song category: Bret McKenzie’s “Man or Muppet” from The Muppets and the Rio number “Real in Rio,” which was co-written by legendary Brazilian musician Sérgio Mendes. Below, Bruce Broughton, who is chair of the Academy’s Music Branch Executive Committee, explains how just a brace of songs came to receive noms and why the situation might prompt a rule change.

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