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It's that time of the year again, when we look back to reflect on our accomplishments and shove everything into a list!

There will be many over the next month, but David Ehrlich's "Best 25 Films of 2014" video is one that you should definitely watch.

The LWLies editor-at-large and former editor of Film.com artistically stitched together footage and music from some of his favorites this year.

Here's his top 5 so you get a sense of his taste:

  1. The Grand Budapest Hotel

  2. Inherent Vice

  3. Under The Skin

  4. Nymphomaniac

  5. Gone Girl

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Oh look, it's David Cross as a wealthy a capella aficionado hosting a "riff off" in his mansion.

The first trailer for the sequel to the 2012 hit comedy "Pitch Perfect" starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson was released Thursday.

Elizabeth Banks, who also appears in the movie, is directing the film this time around, and aside from what the you can see in the trailer, EW has more details on what else you can expect.

It's scheduled for release on May 15, 2015.

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Good grief, Charlie Brown has gone CGI.

"Peanuts" is being produced and co-written by Charles Shultz's son, Craig Schulz, so hopefully they won't mess with the original cartoon too much.

The plot according to USA Today:

"The story follows the little round-headed boy with the indomitable optimism on a quest to get something he's sure he needs, even though he discovers he's pretty OK just as he is."

The film is scheduled to premiere November 6th, 2015, marking the 65th anniversary of the comic.

Via: @neiltyson
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Note to future filmmakers: If you're going to make a complex movie about space, make sure you run it by Neil deGrasse Tyson first.

The american astrophysicist, cosmologist, host of "Cosmos" took to Twitter on Sunday to share some thoughts on this year's big space movie from Christopher Nolan: "Interstellar." It wasn't intended as a review of the film, but rather - as he emphasises in a Tweet - to highlight the science you can find in the film.

Tyson wrote a similar critique in 2013 following the release of "Gravity," and a scene from Titanic was changed in an updated release of the film after he pointed out the inaccuracies of the stars to James Cameron.

And as you can see, there aren't a whole lot of complaints this time around.

Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen "Interstellar" yet, but if you have seen it, whether it involved worm holes or plot holes, you probably left the theater with a lot of questions.

Here are a few of his thoughts, check his Twitter feed for more.

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In an epic halftime show Saturday entitled "They Came from Outer Space," Ohio State's marching band covered music and performed skillfully choreographed imagery from some of the biggest space movies including "2001: A Space Odyssey,"Star Trek: Into Darkness," and "Independence Day."

President of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige took to the stage today to announce the lineup for Marvel's next phase of superhero movies. Was it in direct response to DC's announcement earlier this month? We'll let you be the judge.

Here's all the information we have about the Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward.

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