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Remember when Tim Burton was going to make "Superman Lives," written by Kevin Smith and starring Nicolas Cage as the Man of Steel? Upon the release of "Dark Shadows" (a Tim Burton movie that did get made), The Playlist looks back on ten Burton projects that never made it to Day One of shooting.
"In a world of lies only one man could see the truth." That one man is Robert Pattinson, and his (non-vampire) eyes are all over the teaser poster for the upcoming war drama, "Mission: Blacklist," on display at MTV Movies.
And speaking of R.Pattz, Johnny Depp has staked his claim as the head bloodsucker of cinema with a proclamation to the "Twilight" star, according to Us Weekly: "There's room for two vampires on this block — as long as he remembers I am the Alpha Vampire."
Everyone loved the Hulk in "The Avengers." What did Joss Whedon and his team do to finally get the not-so-jolly green giant right this time? VFX supervisor Jeff White speaks to MTV News about how the record-breaking superhero extravaganza managed to assemble a Hulk that was, at long last, completely incredible.
And speaking of "The Avengers," it's never too early to start creating a character wish list for the inevitable sequel — and beyond. Screen Rant looks to a Marvel-ous future with 15 superheroes they wouldn't mind seeing in "Avengers" adventures yet to come.
It's not just "Men in Black" that's been missing from theaters lately — it's leading man Will Smith, too, who hasn't starred in a theatrical release since 2008's double-header of "Hancock" and "Seven Pounds." Celebrate the return of Agent J with MTV Splash Page's exclusive "Men in Black III" featurette.
Warner Bros. has a fever… and the only prescription… is another massive viral outbreak (and one preferably involving a lot of movie stars again, too). The world better remember that lesson about not touching your face as another deadly infection could be on its way in "Contagion 2," according to It's On the Grid.
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