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End of Week Recap: Kristen Stewart 'Huntsman' Set Pics, Spielberg's Movie Shuffle, Chris Nolan Rumored for 'Twilight Zone' Reboot and William Shatner is Iron Man!

A slow week finds Spielberg’s films getting shuffled around, summer blockbusters returning in IMAX and set pics for Kristen Stewart’s Snow White and the Huntsman hitting the web. Let’s take a look back at the week that was…

Busy week for Steven Spielberg. First Warner Bros. wants him to direct their epic Biblical life-to-death story of Moses. Then his two December movies get shuffled around; War Horse bumps up to Christmas Day while Tintin re-locates to December 21.
Spielberg’s films aren’t the only movies getting shuffled. The IMAX version of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol will hit screens five days before conventional screenings.
In other IMAX news, Inception, Fast Five and Star Trek will be re-released on the super-mega-giant screen. From Sept. 30-Oct. 6, you can experience these three blockbusters for only $7!
Sony decided it will stop paying for 3D glasses and instead pass on the expense to theater chains and moviegoers.
Kurt Russell will take over for Kevin Costner in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Costner bailed on the project recently due to scheduling conflicts.
Jason Biggs and Seann William Scott were paid $5 million each to return for American Reunion. Tara Reid, eh, not so much.
Dane Cook has signed a deal with NBC to develop a half-hour sitcom aimed for the 2012 fall season. I guess this technically makes us co-workers… (Fandango is owned by NBC-Universal)
Cross Creek, the production company behind Black Swan, has signed a 3 year distribution deal with Universal. The first film in this joint venture will be Ron Howard’s Formula 1 drama titled Rush. They’re also developing a Steve McQueen biopic, among other projects.
That proverbial triple threat known as Hugh Jackman wants to be on Glee.
Wanted 2 gets the writers of the first movie back as rumors of Kristen Stewart taking over Angelina Jolie’s role persist.
Wes Craven has confirmed what we already knew and expected – Scream 5 is happening.
Time Magazine has listed 2008’s Speed Racer as one of the Top 25 Sports Movies of All-Time. Seriously.
Stephen King announced the sequel to The Shining. Titled Dr. Sleep, the story picks up on what Danny Torrance is doing with his life and there’s some nomadic vampires thrown in for good measure.
The Lone Ranger appears to be back on track with filming expected to begin in January/February. A formal announcement from Disney is expected soon.
Portugese director Manoel de Oliveira has begun shooting his new film. Oh yeah, and he turns 103 in a couple months.
Shawn Levy has confirmed that he will be directing and producing Real Steel 2, because apparently he has a DeLorean equipped with a plutonium-filled Flux Capacitor and just returned from a future where the first movie brought in boat-loads of money.
Piranha 3D came to life as the carnivorous fish attacked 100 beachgoers in Brazil.
Christopher Nolan is being considered for a reboot of The Twilight Zone. Michael Bay and Alfonso Curaron are also rumored as possible directors.
Twitch is reporting that French actress Berenice Marlohe will be the new Bond girl in James Bond 23. No confirmation as of yet, but we’re sure to hear something from someone soon.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo star Rooney Mara is being rumored to play the female lead in Spike Lee’s Americanized adaptation of the Korean cult film Oldboy.
Check out the first set pics of Kristen Stewart in Snow White and the Huntsman from earlier this weekas well as new images that hit the web today.
Now you can buy your own 24-pack of Duff Beer!  
The majestic first poster for Spielberg's War Horse  
Check out Wall-E, made out of old car and machine parts.
Christopher Walken as Han Solo.
William Shatner is… Iron Man!!

Kristen Wiig in the longest argument ever from the bonus features of Bridesmaids.  NSFW: Language
Zachary Quinto plays Rocks, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock (it’s a variation of the classic Rock, Paper, Scissors as seen modified on The Big Bang Theory

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone discuss how they dropped acid before the 2000 Oscars.

Check out this funny interview with Anna Kendrick promoting 50/50.

And as long as we’re watching Josh Horowitz interviews, check out a special edition of America Talk with Ryan Gosling from Drive and the upcoming The Ides of March.

Watch two floppy disks play the Imperial March from Star Wars.

Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale in first trailer for action-thriller Contraband.

Here’s the latest trailer for Paranormal Activity 3. Paramount also launched a website where you can track which cities are going to see the movie first.

Katherine Heigl’s latest movie One for the Money channels the Gerard Butler-Jennifer Aniston movie The Bounty Hunter


Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock star in the 9/11-themed movie Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.

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