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With the success of the Matrix movies and V for Vendetta, James McTeigue has now brought an onslaught of CGI blood and mayhem to the ninja genre with Ninja Assassin. Starring pop star Rain as an often-shirtless ninja assassin, this movie has the most self-explanatory title since A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell. You may or may not have liked it in the theaters, but this game will definitely make you happier while you watch it.

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Kevin Carr heads out to the movies this week, giving his take on Old Dogs and Ninja Assassin

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil come to the Fat Guys table early this week for a special Thanksgiving episode of the show. They talk about what they plan to eat over the long holiday weekend and talk a little bit about movies. They euthanize Old Dogs and have an epic fat ninja smackdown over Ninja Assassin. Hi-ya!

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Right in advance of day one of Comic-Con, the folks at Warner Bros. have released the first trailer and teaser poster for their upcoming action film Ninja Assassin.

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Ninja Assassin Out on June 1st

It made our list for most anticipated movies of 2009, but until now, no one’s known when exactly it was coming out. Now we do.

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Rain, Naomie Harris and James McTeigue at Comic-Con for Ninja Assassin

Dark Castle unleashes trailers for Ninja Assassin and The Hills Run Red on the unwitting masses at Comic-Con, sending horror fans and teenage Korean-Pop-Singing fans into paroxysms of joy. At the same time.

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Throughout the weekend and into early next week we are going to do our best to bring you up to speed on what to expect when we bring you our live coverage from Comic-Con 2008. We begin with a few big ones…

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Pop Star Rain trains to become a Ninja Assassin

A wise dude once said, “If at first you don’t succeed, try try again.” But in Hollywood, the saying goes “If at first you don’t succeed, produce.”

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