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News Shorts: February 22nd 2011

By Garth Franklin Tuesday February 22nd 2011 07:02AM
News Shorts: February 22nd 2011

A new photo of Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black, the first photo from Joe Carnahan's man vs. wolves survival drama The Grey, first stills for the Taraji P. Henson and Tom Felton drama From the Rough, and the UK poster for Limitless.

Photos of the complete Sucker Punch: The Art of the Film artwork book, while paparazzi photos show a pumped up Hugh Jackman emerging from a gym as he prepares for shooting on "The Wolverine".

A short trailer for the upcoming Jurassic Park: The Video Game, and an amusing "Top Gear" interview between Jeremy Clarkson and Amber Heard for Drive Angry 3D.

The third season trailer for United States of Tara.

""The Amazing Spider-Man" SPOILER ALERT - according to one site's insider, several of the stunt actors in the film have spent time in heavy make-up due to a fight scene where they play members of a S.W.A.T. team who all turn into reptilian creatures..." (full details)

"Full details on what Detroit's Robocop statue will look like are revealed in an interview. Sadly the additional suggestion of a gold bust of Clarence Bodiker with the engraving "bitches leave" underneath hasn't been taken up..." (full details)

"Matt Mullins has confirmed via his Twitter that he's reprising the role of Johnny Cage in the new "Mortal Kombat" digital series..." (full details)

"A recent rumor that Glenn Close was to play Susan Boyle in a biopic of the frumpy singer has been debunked by Close's reps..." (full details)

""Hasbro will release Transformers Cine-Mask 3D masks which will work as both a mask and Real 3D glasses for the upcoming "Transformers: Dark of the Moon". In the form of Optimus Prime or Bumblebee, these $9.99 glasses will hit stores on May 16th..." (full details)

"In Latvia during a screening of "Black Swan," a 42-year-old moviegoer got into a brief argument with a 27-year-old man who was apparently chewing his popcorn too loud. As the lights came up, the younger man (a police academy graduate with a law degree btw) pulled out his gun and shot the other man to death..." (full details)

"Southwest Airlines has launched InAirtainment, a website accessible to passengers that sells music, TV shows and movies through Apple's iTunes Store..." (full details)

"Malcolm D. Lee, Spike Lee's cousin and the director of 1999's The Best Man, has some criticism for Tyler Perry. Lee said, "He’s not interested in art, he’s interested in turning out a product"..." (full details)

To cap off, an amusing "Robot Chicken"-esque short video with Scarlett Johansson's "Iron Man 2" Black Widow character kicking the ass of all sorts of movie and comic villains and heroes.

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