Only When I BreatheWe'd like to congratulate Reel Reviews film critic, Loron Hays on the recent publication of his book, Only When I Breathe.

Tim Burton to Direct Nightmare Before Christmas 2?Paul Reubens (otherwise known as Pee Wee Herman) might have just spilled some big ol' beans about Tim Burton's upcoming holiday plans in the near future. Despite being busy with Dark Shadows, The Addams Family, Frankenweenie, and Monsterpocalypse, Reubens says that Burton is developing a sequel to The Nighmare Before Christmas.

The Green Lantern TomarThanks to comicbookmovie.com we have a shiny new large shot of Green Lantern Corps member Tomar-Re from the upcoming film, The Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively.

Roger Ebert at the MoviesEbert Productions recently announced that Mubi.com critic and essayist, Ignatiy Vishnevetsky has joined the team at Ebert Presents At the Movies.

It's not a shot of him in red tights, but following are the first character stills of Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker in Marc Webb's 2012 Spider-man reboot.

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence blu-ray releaseWe announced a month ago that Steven Spielberg's dark sci-fi thriller Artificial Intelligence would finally get its long-awaited blu-ray release on February 15, 2011.

Well, now it looks like Paramount has changed the street date to April 12, 2011. No word on the reason for the delay.

Ultraviolet Digital FormatSix of Hollywood’s largest studios including Lionsgate, Paramount, Sony, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal, and Warner Bros. today announced at CES their support for the UltraViolet service and format.

Star Wars Blu-ray AnnouncedAnother longtime blu-ray holdout came over to the blu side today when, as expected, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment announced they'll release the complete Star Wars saga on spectacular blu-ray on September 2011.

Elijah wood to Return The HobbitSeveral sources are reporting that Elijah Wood will return as Frodo Baggins in the forthcoming The Hobbit.

Some Transformers: Dark of the Moon pics were recently leaked onto the interwebs.

2012 Named worst science fiction movieNASA recently named Roland Emmerich's epic end-of-the-world thriller, 2012,  the most absurd scionce-fiction film ever made.

Ian McKellen The HobbitOn his blog, Sir Ian McKellen has confirmed what he teased back in September: that he will indeed be back in Middle Earth as Gandalf in Peter Jackson's forthcoming adventure saga, The Hobbit.

The Hobbit Casting NewsFollowing the report that Gandalf the Grey will be played, once again, by Sir Ian McKellen, Deadline is also reporting that Andy Serkis has signed on to reprise the role of Gollum.

James Bond is returningBond 23 is back on, folks. Daniel Craig will be returning as the legendary British secret agent, with Sam Mendes directing a screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and John Logan.

Christopher Lee in the HobbitThe Hobbit news just keeps on coming. In addition to the recent announcements over the last few days of the returns of Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom, Cate Blanchett, and Sir Ian McKellen, we now get word that Christopher Lee can be added to the growing list.

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