See Red Band Trailer of "Piranha 3DD!" It's All About the Double Ds! 
The first "Piranha" remake starring Elisabeth Shue was campy at best (oh look at the chomped pee-pee!) and this latest fish-out-of-water (HA!) tale is pretty much more of the same. You just can't take these movies seriously anymore, but then again, the filmmakers don't want you to. It is directed by John Gulager from a screenplay by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. The best part about this latest incarnation is not the Double D part, although some may enjoy it, but it's David Hasselhoff channeling his "Baywatch" duties. This one is more like a jaded take of his "Baywatch" character, Mitch Buchannon. Ving Rhames, meanwhile, channels Rose McGowan in "Grindhouse" with his one-legged fighter who has a shotgun for a leg! "Piranha 3DD" is dripping in cheese and camp and sometimes, cheese and camp can be fun! We'll see when it opens on June 1st.

Now remember, the trailer is Red Band so beware!

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From Paris to Rome, Woody Allen's Latest Film Takes Us to Another European City of Love! 

"Midnight in Paris" was a critical and commercial success for Woody Allen and it even received some much-deserved Oscar love so Sony Pictures Classics has announced that the director's latest film, previously known as "Nero Fiddled," is now officially titled "To Rome with Love."

According to the Sony Pictures Classics press release, the name change is due to the "homage to the eternal city of Rome where the film was shot on location last summer. This will be used for its worldwide release. The film’s former title, Nero Fiddled, while an appropriate and humorous phrase in the U.S., is not a familiar expression overseas and many international territories preferred a more globally understood name."

Great point, but lackluster title! Come on, can't they be more creative than "To Rome with Love?" How about "Three Coins in the Fountain?" HA!

Much like Allen's films, "To Rome with Love" tells the stories of different folks in Italy -- some American, some Italian, some tourists, some residents -- and the romances and adventures they face.

The film is set to open on June 22 and it stars Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig and Ellen Page.

(Thanks to for the picture, to see more pics of Allen's shoot in Rome, click here)

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"Snow White & the Huntsman" -- See Hot, New Trailer 
Unlike the upcoming campy "Mirror Mirror," this one is decidedly a more serious take on the "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" fable. Oscar-winner Charlize Theron ("Monster," "Young Adult") embodies the evil Queen while Kristen Stewart ("Twilight" films) plays Snow White and Chris Hemsworth ("Thor") stars as the Huntsman.

We'll see if Rupert Sanders' directorial debut is magical when Universal releases "Snow White & the Huntsman" on June 1st.

Here's the trailer:

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Watch "Prometheus" Extended Trailer! Ridley Scott Pays Homage to His Own "Alien!" 
I can't wait to see "Prometheus," Ridley Scott's "Alien" prequel starring Charlize Theron ("Young Adult," "Monster"), Michael Fassbender ("Shame," "X-Men: First Class"), Noomi Rapace ("Sherlock Holmes 2," original "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"), and Patrick Wilson ("Young Adult," "Insidious").

Fox released the extended trailer and this one pays homage to "Alien." Sure, the annoying "Inception"-like horn is still there, but I can't wait to see this movie when it opens on June 8.

Here's the extended trailer for "Prometheus":

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"21 Jump Street" Blasts Away Competition 

The R-rated action comedy, "21 Jump Street," surprised everyone with its stellar opening of $35 million! Starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, the adaptation of the 1987 Fox show beat previous box-office champ "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" for the No. 1 position. ("21 Jump Street" movie review)

"The Lorax" settled for No. 2 with $22.8 million. So far, the Universal animated flick has earned $158.4 at the domestic box-office and is the best showing of 2012 so far. ("Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" movie review)

At No. 3 was the struggling "John Carter" which $13.5 million worth of box-office tickets. The Disney film, budgeted for $250 million, is still a long way to go to at least break even. ("John Carter" movie review)

Will Ferrell's telenovela-inspired "Casa de mi Padre" bowed with a healthy $2.2 million box-office take for a limited run. The comedy opened at 382 locations versus 3,000+ cinemas for "21 Jump Street." ("Casa de mi Padre" movie review)

Here's the Top 10 Box-Office films for weekend of March 16th:

1. “21 Jump Street,” $35 million

2. “Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax,” $22.8 million

3. “John Carter,” $13.5 million

4. “Project X,” $4 million

5. “A Thousand Words,” $3.8 million

6. “Act of Valor,” $3.7 million

7. “Safe House,” $2.8 million

8. “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” $2.5 million

9. “Casa de mi Padre,” $2.2 million

10. “This Means War,” $2.1 million

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