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Summit and Participant have acquired film rights to 'Deepwater Horizon's Final Hour', an article focusing on the men working on the BP oil rig when it exploded.
British spy Finn McMissile scares other cars with his ability but he needs to enlist a help from Mater the tow truck for a very dangerous mission.
Gary Oldman, who portrays Jim Gordon in previous two Batman films, says the third movie will bring the story back to 'Batman Begins'.
After a new live-action film for 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' is officially announced, co-creator Peter Laird offers a few more details of the reboot project.
Rotten Tomatoes has ranked pictures based on comic books from worst to best, picking up "Spider-Man 2" as the No.1 movie on the list.
"The Devil Wears Prada" replaces "World Trade Center" to seat on the top position of weekend international box office of Oct 6-8, 2006.
"Wedding Crashers" was the big winner at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards show collecting three trophies, including the coveted Golden Popcorn for Best Movie.
"Batman Begins" and "King Kong" topped the winners at the 32nd annual Saturn Awards, taking home 3 statuettes each in ceremonies in Universal City,
King Kong leads the nominations at the 2006 Empire Magazine Film Awards
Warner Bros. Pictures is already planning the next installments to "Batman Begins" and "Superman Returns"
"Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" leads the 32nd annual Saturn Awards with 10 nominations
"Crash" has been chosen as the number one flick on the list of Top Films of the Year 2005 by the African-American Film Critics Association.