Mr T

Cloudy 2

Alright, alright, Terry Crews‘ unabashed excitement over the upcoming Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 isn’t entirely inexplicable – the former football star (and apparent renaissance man) is lending his voice to the new production, taking over the role of tough cop Earl Devereaux from Mr. T – but damn if the man is not excited about this new sequel. Fortunately, we are too. In the new film, Flint Lockwood (voice of Bill Hader) and gal pal Sam Sparks (Anna Faris) return after the disaster of Swallow Falls, with Flint now employed at The Live Corp Company, run by his idol Chester V (Will Forte) and his “highly evolved orangutan with a human brain” Barb (Kristen Schaal). But while Flint and Sam have matured since we last saw them, they’re not the only ones, as Flint’s FLDSMDFR machine has also evolved, and it’s busy pumping out a number of different food-imals that threaten the entire world (and its taste buds). Crews’ favorite? The Sasquash. We’re still partial to the Wild Scallions. Check out Terry Crews, his swank smoking jacket, and a brand new look at Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 after the break.

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What is Movie News After Dark? It’s the only post-dusk movie news column you’ll need. At least until tomorrow night. We begin tonight with more photos from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the one by David Fincher. Why? Because even though we’ve shown Dragon Tattoo photos before, I still find them interesting. More interesting than any other visual stimuli released on this rather drab Tuesday, at least.

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We receive a lot of strange emails here at Reject HQ. Many of them are independent “filmmakers” sending in their clip reels, trailers and offers of screeners and zj’s (we still don’t know what those are) in exchange for some coverage. We try to tell them that you don’t listen to us, but they still send them anyway. Occasionally we do get something interesting — or in this case, something downright special. Here today in our inbox we found a contest that involves the concepts of “Cash for Gold” and Mr. T. Finally, someone has thought to combine the racket that is saving our economy with the man who brought mohawks and bling to the mainstream. Check out the completely ridiculous details after the jump.

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It’s rated PG-13, but Mr. T himself is claiming that The A-Team is a bit too violent and sexy for his taste. Especially since it’s being marketed to families and young teenagers. Assuming that he saw the entire film without having his vision blocked by gold chains, do you dare disagree with the T?

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This news comes with a free pinch of salt!

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The A-Team

If you’re in desperate need of a para-military group, have a few hundred thousand dollars to burn and love it when a plan comes together, good news is on the way.

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Apparently Cube would love to get a crack at the role of B.A. Baracus and feels he could bring something special to the film. We don’t.

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I do not play “World of Warcraft”, the extremely popular — and in many ways cultish — massively multi-player online role playing game. But while you won’t see me leading my character through the Hellfire Peninsula or Thunder Bluff, you may just run across a celebrity or two.

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