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This summer Walt Disney Pictures will release the first big screen Winnie the Pooh movie in more than 35 years. The story will see Pooh Bear gathering together all of the usual cast of characters from the 100 Acre Woods on a mission to save Christopher Robin from something or other. Images from the upcoming animated feature have been released and just a cursory glance at them has childhood memories bubbling up from some dark, disgusting place inside of me. Disney hasn’t looked like classic Disney in quite a while. And by classic Disney, I’m talking about hand drawn animation featuring all of the core characters from back in the day when Walt was doing things. I know the Pooh characters aren’t Mickey and Minnie; they weren’t created by Disney they were acquired by them. But the acquisition happened long enough ago that for my childhood they all stood side by side in the Disney pantheon.

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You don’t need to know anything other than that inside this post are hot pictures of Monica Bellucci.

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Alien and Predator

On this glorious day two species have come together in peace. It’s always nice to see old rivals bury the hatchet.

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The Incredible Hulk

Is it just me, or are there a lot of long looks happening in these new photos from The Incredible Hulk?

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Director Zack Snyder gives us a quick look at some of his storyboards from the highly anticipated Watchmen.

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Here comes Speed Racer! The Wachowskis are pulling out all the stops for this wild, ultra-slick looking film.

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Paramount Pictures has laid down its 2008 Movie Preview. First up, Iron Man!

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Of course, mannerisms will come into play — but if this Joker is half as menacing and evil as he looks in a magazine, then we are in for a treat.

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Elizabeth Banks has been a crazy nymph, a sarcastic Daily Bugle secretary and now a sexy Santa helper. But in this series of pictures, she is NSFW for sure.

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