The Social Network

2010, Movie, PG-13, 120 mins

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VIDEO: See Andrew Garfield Transform Into The Amazing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield

The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man depicts Peter Parker, played by The Social Network's Andrew Garfield, in search of continuing his father's legacy. Parker struggles with balancing his personal life that includes girlfriend Gwen (Emma Stone) with his destiny as a superhero. Of course, such double duty is more complicated when the city's police chief (Denis Leary) is your girlfriend's father.

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Fox Adapting Zombieland for TV

Zombieland

Fox is adapting cult hit Zombieland for a television, Vulture reports.

The original film... read more

Disney Channel's Brenda Song and Trace Cyrus Are Engaged

Brenda Song and Trace Cyrus

Brenda Song, best known for playing privileged yet neglected rich girl London Tipton in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, is engaged to Miley Cyrus' older brother Trace Cyrus, the rocker tweeted Friday.

"I am very excited to say... read more

VIDEO: Andy Samberg Impersonates Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook Conference

Mark Zuckerberg, Andy Samberg

Andy Samberg put on a hoodie and sandals and busted out his best Mark Zuckerberg impersonation Thursday at Facebook's f8 conference.

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"I'm going to start by focusing on key issues," Samberg opened. "First: authentic identity. And under this sweatshirt are rock solid, cut and greased abs!"

The Saturday Night Live star then bragged about ...
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HBO Picks Up Aaron Sorkin Show About Cable News

Jeff Daniels

HBO has picked up Aaron Sorkin's series about a cable news network.

The new show will star Jeff Daniels as an anchorman with a team including Maggie (Alison Pill), Jim (John Gallagher Jr.), Sloan (Olivia Munn), Neal (Dev Patel) and Don (Thomas Sadoski). Emily Mortimer plays executive producer MacKenzie and Law & Order vet Sam Waterson is the boss, Charlie.

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Report: Disney Channel's Brenda Song and Trace Cyrus Expecting a Baby

Brenda Song and Trace Cyrus

Brenda Song, best known for playing privileged yet neglected rich girl London Tipton in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, is pregnant, Celebuzz reports. She's expecting her first child with Miley Cyrus' older brother Trace Cyrus.

Song, 23, and Cyrus made their first public appearance together in May at the Nylon party but they've reportedly been seeing each other for months.

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Disney Pulls the Plug on The Lone Ranger Remake

Johnny Depp

Disney has shut down production on The Lone Ranger set to star Johnny Depp, Deadline reports.

The period Western film already had Gore Verbinski attached to direct with Jerry Bruckheimer producing. Depp was to play Tonto and Armie Hammer (The Social Network) won the role of the title character. According to Deadline, Disney axed the remake due to the film's $250 million budget.

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VIDEO: See the World Through the Eyes of The Amazing Spider-Man in First Official Trailer

Andrew Garfield

Stop us if you've heard this one before: A teenage outcast who lives with his aunt and uncle in New York gets bitten by some radioactive spider and develops the abilities to climb tall buildings, spin webs and swing from skyscraper to skyscraper.

However, unlike 2001's Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire, 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man shows a decidedly more... read more

Helena Bonham Carter, Dwight Yoakam Eyeing Lone Ranger Roles

Helena Bonham Carter

Helena Bonham Carter is in negotiations to join frequent collaborator Johnny Depp in Gore Verbinski's upcoming take on The Lone Ranger, according to The Hollywood Reporter...
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Watercooler: Cyberbully Downloads the Scary Truth

Emily Osment

So this online stuff is pretty messed up, huh?

Last night, ABC Family debuted its original movie Cyberbu//y and if you didn't see it, you probably should. And if you have kids, ya definitely should. Because it turns out that those Kardashian sex tapes and sad Live Journal fanfic forums aren't the Internet's biggest problems. Online bullying is.

Charting one teen's nightmarish run-in with cyber taunts from bitchy classmates and strangers alike (including a fake suitor created by a jealous pal), this unsettling, at times heartbreaking, flick was like the anti-Social Network. Instead of showing how fun sites like Facebook or Twitter can be, we got to see how ferocious the web can get... read more

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