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News Bites: First Look at Jack Black in 'Goosebumps'


Goosebumps: Jack Black stars as horror writer R.L. Stine in Goosebumps, based on Stine's best-selling series of horror books for young people. The first images show the demons from Stine's own mind that he must confront and somehow get back into his head. The movie is due in theaters on August 7, 2015. [EW.com via Bloody Disgusting]


24: Live Another Day

Star Wars: Episode VII: Christina Chong, an up-and-coming actress who recently appeared in TV's 24: Live Another Day, has scored a role in Star Wars: Episode VII. We don't know if she's on the side of the good guys or aligned with the dark side of the Force, but reportedly she's already completed filming her part in the movie, which is scheduled for release on December 18, 2015. [Latino Review / The Wrap]


Transformers / Chinese Villager

Transformers: Age of Extinction: Inspired by the smash hit Transformers: Age of Extinction, 11 villagers in rural China have given up farming and started building giant robots standing up to 52 feet high out of spare automobile parts. Sadly, they are not working models, but stationary statues. Still, due in large part to the popularity of the film -- now the all-time highest grossing title in China -- the villagers have sold more than 100 robots, each with a selling price of about $16,000. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Transformers / Chinese Robots


God Help the Girl

God Help the Girl Trailer: In the delightful first trailer for God Help the Girl, Emily Browning stars as a young woman in Glasgow, Scotland, who decides to form a pop group with new friends Hannah Murray and Olly Alexander. Stuart Murdoch, lead singer of pop group Belle and Sebastian, wrote and directed the movie, which opens in U.K. theaters on August 22 and is expected later this year in the U.S. [Movie Clips]

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