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In this exclusive interview, Cole takes Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi back to their middle school required reading list and gets the skinny on Clash.

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Y: The Last Man

Rumors are circulating again that an adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s stellar comic book Y: The Last Man is not completely, totally, absolutely dead. In fact, if those whispers are to be believed, Louis Leterrier himself is interested in resurrecting the recently dead project. With that optimism on the line, I’d like to politely offer 7 things for the filmmakers to think about while tackling the best graphic novel that Stephen King has ever read.

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Y: The Last Man

For some time now, the D.J. Caruso led adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn’s excellent graphic novel Y: The Last Man has been thought to be dead. It was set up last year by David S. Goyer over at New Line, but the studio has since chosen to go a new direction with their release slate, choosing to focus on films such as Sex and the City 2 instead. Now we’re getting an update, and Y may be getting some new life.

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Warner Bros. has released a brand new behind the scenes featurette for the upcoming mythology-based adventure Clash of the Titans, from The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier. This new look provides a few new shots from the film, as well as some on-set B-roll footage and a few comments from cast members like Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton and Ralph Fiennes.

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Warner Bros. has released a brand new behind the scenes featurette this week for their upcoming mythology remash Clash of the Titans, from director Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk). This new featurette gives us a pretty solid look at some of the characters, most of whom you should already know.

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You can breath that huge sigh of relief now. Your favorite mechanical owl will be on screen. For now.

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Warner Bros. has released a set of seven brand new posters for its upcoming epic Clash of the Titans, which hits theaters on April 2. In case you hadn’t seen yet, some sort of clash is beginning. And this clash will be broadcast in 3D.

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Warner Bros. has officially unleashed the first teaser trailer for their upcoming epic Clash of the Titans, which has some energy — and some wicked creatures.

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Joe Johnston worked on Raiders of the Lost Ark, directed The Rocketeer, and I have no idea if he’s connected at all to Saving Private Ryan, but it looks like he’ll be bringing that signature style to Captain America.

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In Greek mythology, the character Io (played by Gemma Arterton in the upcoming Clash of the Titans film) is a lover of Zues who is later turned into a cow. From here, we see no indication of cowness from Ms. Arterton.

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Our friends over at /Film have posted a reader-submitted first look at soon-to-be-action-star-whether-we-like-it-or-not Sam Worthington in the upcoming epic remake Clash of the Titans.

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Our brothers in arms over at Crave Online have scored a few photos from the set of the Louis Leterrier directed epic Clash of the Titans today, giving us our first look at Terminator Salvation star Sam Worthington in a skirt.

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Gemma Arterton Cast in Clash of the Titans

Arterton, Mikkelsen and Davalos are all strapping on their togas for Leterrier’s remake of the classic stop-motion film. Plus, you’ll never guess who won’t be appearing in it.

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Blu-ray Review: The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is one of those movies — the kind that you should probably be buying on Blu-ray either way. Though, it would certainly be the laziest review of my career if I were to just chalk this up to ‘see it because its in HD’, so I will attempt to break it down a bit.

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Thanks to our intrepid friend EGamb from NYC and our very own addiction to watching the Alternate Scenes feature on all of our DVDs, we caught this awesome, nanosecond glimpse of Captain America in Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk.

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Clash of the Titans

It came as no surprise to hear from First Showing that The Incredible Hulk director, Louis Leterrier, is moving on to his next project, a remake of the classic Clash of the Titans.

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The Incredible Hulk

Coming off a weekend of positive buzz and strong reviews, The Incredible Hulk director, Louis Leterrier has told the MTV Movies Blog that if he gets to helm the sequel, he’ll leave it up to the fans to decide who the green menace faces in the next installment.

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The Incredible Hulk

After the emotionally draining experience that was Iron Man in early May, the fanboy inside of me was sure that there was no way that Marvel Studios could go two-for-two in the Summer of ’08. Go figure, I was wrong.

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The Official Guide to The Hulk

Can I get a warranty before Hulk smashes my Blu-Ray player with over an hour of extra footage? Maybe Captain America can just lend me some of his signing bonus to buy a new one.

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Jason Statham is back as Frank Martin, the driver with a very particular affinity for driving Audis, solving diabolical plots and using household objects to beat the piss out of bad guys, handfuls at a time.

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