First Look of the Day

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First Look of the Day: Courtesy of Animation World Network comes the first official footage from the upcoming Pixar short La Luna -- a "wistful coming of age fable" -- which will reportedly be attached to screenings of the animation studio's 13th feature film, Brave.

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First Look of the Day: Sacha Baron Cohen as a benevolent dictator in his upcoming Larry Charles-directed comedy, The Dictator.

The film, which was inspired by the Saddam Hussein-penned romance novel Zabibah and the King, tells the story of a "heroic story of a dictator who risks his life to ensur

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First Look of the Day: Courtesy of Disney Pixar France comes the first non-concept-art look at Princess Merida, the female protagonist of Pixar's 13th feature-length film Brave -- the first Pixar film to feature a female lead (Kelly Macdonald), and the

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First Look of the Day: Chris Diamantopoulos (Moe), Sean Hayes (Larry), and Will Sasso (Curly), on the set of The Farrelly Brothers' long-delayed feature film revival of The Three Stooges.

The Farrelly Brothers are filming a car crash scene for the upcoming movie in Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta through Wednesday and the cast of the movie was spotted hanging out in the pa

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First Look of the Day: Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in HBO's Recount follow-up Game Change -- the Jay Roach-helmed adaptation of John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's same-named 2008 presidential election summary.

Ed Harris has reportedly been tapped to play John

Faux First Look of the Day

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Faux First Look of the Day: Japan Cinema's April Fools Day prank is an instant classic: A surprise announcement concerning an upcoming Pixar adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki's influential anime feature My Neighbor Totoro. Directed by John Lasseter no less!

I don't know how I'd feel about this, but I like the part where Lasseter puts Cars 2 on indefinite