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Nominated in ten categories, the film wins all including for Best Science Fiction Film.
In 'Sympathy for the Devil', a girl delivers a stunning message from Chuck the Prophet to the Winchester Brothers about the sword of Michael.
'Star Trek' leads the pack with 17 nominations followed by 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' and 'Watchmen' with 13 and 'True Blood' with 9.
What lies beneath the beautiful faces is a mixture of fear, problems, dilemma, competition, jealousy and drama.
Though having yet another tight run for the top of North American box office against 'Up', the Todd Phillips' comedy manages to secure the #1 slot for its second consecutive weekend.
The first runner-up of 'American Idol' this season confirms that people will know 'everything' including about his sexuality on the next cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
While the initial estimates place 'The Hangover' behind Disney/Pixar's 'Up' at box office, the final figures give the top slot to the raunchy comedy from Warner Bros. Pictures.
Family of David Carradine reportedly have asked FBI to help investigate the mysterious cause of the late actor's death as they want to prove that he didn't commit suicide.
Though giving a strong competition for the top of North American box office over the weekend, 'The Hangover' should be satisfied with a runner-up position as 'Up' closes the weekend atop the chart.
The animated movie about a cranky old man going on a balloon-powered adventure has become Pixar's tenth #1 film at the North American box office, pushing aside 'Night at the Museum 2'.
In a fresh 'Drag Me to Hell' clip entitled 'Seance', demon Lamia torments Christine Brown through a woman named Shaun San Dena.
Two fresh clips from Sam Raimi's 'Drag Me to Hell' share a look at the horror Alison Lohman's Christine Brown experiences when she is awaken from her sleep in the middle of the night.