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New Movies in Theaters: ‘Water for Elephants,’ ‘Madea’s Big Happy Family’

Two new movies are opening nationwide this this weekend. One is a film adaptation of the bestselling novel 'Water for Elephants,' starring Robert Pattinson (in a non-vampire role) and Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon.

The other is a sequel in a long line of sequels in the 'Madea' franchise, called 'Madea's Big Happy Family.' It's hard to say which film will do better at the box office, as one looks to be aiming for Oscar consideration while the other is an ensemble comedy with a well-known leading character.

Take a look at their trailers, Mr. Moviefone's Six Second Reviews and a list of movies still in theaters after the jump.

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‘Rio’ Flies High at Weekend Box Office

Once again, an animated movie found itself ruling the weekend box office.

In this case, it was 'Rio.' The high-flying kids' movie, which features the voice talent of Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg and more, pulled in an estimated $40 million, making it the year's best opening thus far.

Coming in at a distant second was the much-anticipated 'Scream 4,' which opened with an underwhelming $19.3 million. That number is especially disappointing, considering 'Scream 3' grossed $34.7 million in its opening weekend 11 years ago.

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The Oscars’ ‘Inception’-Style Opening Sequence [VIDEO]

This year's opening sequence of the Academy Awards featured hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway trying to tap Alec Baldwin's dreams for Oscar hosting advice.

The skit featured a bunch of this year's nominees for best picture, and a surprise appearance from an iconic film of yore.  Read on to check it out.

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Oscar Winners: ‘The King’s Speech’ Reigns, Portman Soars

There weren't a whole lot of surprises at the 83rd Academy Awards -- as expected, "The King's Speech" took the big prize as Best Picture. The film about King George VI overcoming his stutter also garnered a Best Actor statue for Colin Firth and a Best Director win for Tom Hooper.

"King"'s four statuettes tied "Inception," which also nabbed four awards in technical categories, for the most Oscars.

Oscar favorite Natalie Portman also took home the Best Actress statuette for her role in "Black Swan," and Melissa Leo and Christian Bale of "The Fighter" cleaned up in the supporting role categories.

See the full list of winners after the jump:

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Academy Awards Red Carpet

The stars hit the red carpet for the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, including nominees Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo, Michelle Williams, Christian Bale, Jesse Eisenberg, plus co-host Anne Hathaway.

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11 Actresses Who Could Be the Next Lois Lane

British actor Henry Cavill (formerly of Showtime's The Tudors) nabbed the role of Superman in the next installment of the superhero saga, the Associated Press reports. Which makes us wonder: who'll play Lois Lane? Superman's love interest and sidekick has been played by nin

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Things That Happen In Movies… But Never In Real Life

#1.)  Someone Mysteriously Disappears from a Street Corner When a Big Bus Drives By. Obviously that never happens in real life . . . unless the bus stopped, sat there for 30 seconds, and picked them up.

#2.)  Hearing a Dial Tone When Someone Hangs Up on You. In real life, the line just goes silent.  But in the movies, they always add a dial tone so the audience knows what's happening.

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Pick Your Prize [CONTEST]

This one is fun.  If you win, you get to pick from one of three prizes.  (All prizes valued at $100)

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Razzie Award Nominations Announced for Worst Films of the Year

In advance of the real Academy Award nominations, announced on the 25th, the unfortunate nominees for the 2011 Golden Raspberries (or "Razzies") were announced on Monday, honoring the year's worst actors, actresses, and films. The pack of nominees are led by vampire romance The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and M. Night Shymalan's much-panned Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Check out some of the nominations after the jump:

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Actors Saying “Now if You’ll Excuse Me” in Movies [VIDEO]

When you hear "supercut" you think quick, cheap, sensible haircut. But in this case, a supercut is a montage of video clips from different movies featuring a similar theme.

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