Best of the Week: 'MIB3' Interviews, Bruce Wayne Meets Miranda Tate, Hello Kitty Avengers & More

The MIB's are back and in theaters this long holiday weekend. We've got a pair of interviews with the cast of Men in Black 3 for you to check out.

There has been a lot of buzz in the rumor mill that Marion Cotillard's charcter, Miranda Tate in The Dark Knight Rises is a slight of hand trick by Christopher Nolan. Many fans suspect the character is really Talia al Ghul, daughter of Ra's al Ghul (Liam Neeson). Whether that's really the case remains to be seen, however, Empire shares a new pic of Tate with Bruce Wayne. What are they saying to each other? What's going on and what does it all mean?! July 20th can't get here soon enough!

Take a look at four new stamps being issued by the US Postal Service featuring a quartet of legendary directors.

It's been a couple years since Hailee Steinfeld appeared on the Hollywood radar in an Oscar-nominated performance in the Coen Bros. True Grit remake. Here's a first look image from her upcoming Romeo & Juliet, opposite Douglas Booth's Romeo. The film doesn't have a domestic release date, but will arrive in the UK on February 14, 2013.

Here's the full red-band trailer for Maniac starring Elijah Wood, courtesy of Twitch.

Comedian Kevin Hart is set to join Kevin James in his latest occupation-based comedy, Valet Guys. [Deadline]

Malin Akerman has signed on to play Blondie singer Debbie Harry in Randall Miller's indie film CBGB. The film co-stars Alan Rickman as Hilly Kristal, the legendary owner of CBGB and Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome, guitarist of the Dead Boys. [Variety]

Check out a pair of new posters for Seth McFarlane's Ted; one Russian version which adds Mila Kunis to the poster and one suggestively crude domestic version. Click posters for larger versions.

Last week we reported that Terminator 3 star Nick Stahl had been reported missing by his wife. The actor has since contacted friends via email to assure them he is safe and heading into a 30-day rehab program.

Two new domestic posters arrived, one for Kristin Scott Thomas/Ethan Hawke thriller The Woman in the Fifth and a new poster for Madagascar 3 that looks the same as the one the preceded it, but with the addition of King Julien. Click posters for larger versions.

IGN has a new clip from Killing Them Softly, featuring Brad Pitt and Richard Jenkins.

The trailer for the latest film from Kirby Dick (he directed the excellent 2006 documentary This Film Is Not Yet Rated) tackles the topic of rape within the U.S. military. The Invisible War is set to open in select theaters June 22nd.

From Tom Hiddleston's Twitter:

Speaking of The Avengers, check out these Hello Kitty x Avengers toys. These aren't available for sale... yet. [ToysREvil]

Finally, if you're traveling this weekend, lookout for the dreaded Bieber.

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