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'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp' Photos Are Here To Take Us Higher and Higher

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The first stills from Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp are here, marking the first time photos of summer camp or Bradley Cooper have excited anyone but an aunt. The series prequel still isn't streaming on Netflix until June 12, but have a look below for an early peek at returning cast like Cooper, Janeane Garofalo, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks, and, yes, Can of Vegetables. He's back, and he hasn't aged a day.

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'Mario Kart: Fury Road' Is the Video Game Movie We Really Need

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A lot of great, subtle touches in here. But somehow it still doesn't look as brutally unforgiving as Rainbow Road.

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'Now You See Me 3' Already in the Works

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Two years ago, Now You See Me pulled off the trick of somehow making over $350 million worldwide--a feat that astounded audiences, who soon after had no memory of where their $11 had gone. Naturally, a sequel was quickly put into development, and today, though that sequel still hasn't hit theaters, Lionsgate has announced that they're also making another sequel after that. "We've already begun early planning for Now You See Me 3," studio CEO Jon Feltheimer reportedly told analysts in a conference call today. Even the first sequel won't be released until next summer, though, so it may be quite some time before we at last learn that the real magic was inside Jesse Eisenberg all along.

Bill Murray Wears Antlers for 'A Very Murray Christmas' Teaser

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Ever wanted to see a lost, deleted Lost in Translation scene in which Bill Murray has antlers for some reason? Well, here's an extremely close approximation to that with the first teaser for A Very Murray Christmas, the first Christmas movie to focus on a non-traditional legend of a white-haired man whose visits are hard to believe in.

The musical special is directed by Sofia Coppola, and George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Miley Cyrus, Paul Shaffer, Michael Cera, Chris Rock, Jenny Lewis, Phoenix, and Jason Schwartzman are among the guest stars scheduled to show up when this thing premieres on Netflix this Christmas. Watch alongside Scrooged to maximize Yuletide Murrayness.

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Reese Witherspoon Will Do Some Tinker Bell Cosplay

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Though the "Reese Witherspoon is very small" yucks of Hot Pursuit didn't really land with anyone at all, Witherspoon is hoping the issue was just that she wasn't quite small enough. So, now she's going to go even smaller with Tink, a live-action Disney comedy that will reportedly see the star playing Peter Pan's Tinker Bell.

But wait, you ask, isn't Melissa McCarthy already starring in a Tinker Bell comedy? Indeed she is! But that is a different comedy we're making about Tinker Bell. We're doing one for each Tinker Bell tattoo your older sister has.

Get Haunted by a Drama Student with 'The Gallows' Trailer

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In The Gallows, a group of teens sneak into their high school at night to put on an illicit production of the titular play. It's sure to piss off the janitor, who will have to clean up all that overacted drama in the morning, but even more so it ends up angering the ghost that haunts the school.

It seems this place has its own Phantom of the Opera-that-doubles-as-the-gymnasium, a theatre student that died years prior thanks to a fairly predictable accident during an earlier production of The Gallows. He is livid that he's stuck in this school, instead of following his dreams of being a ghost on Broadway. And he does not take kindly to this new staging at all, so he starts attacking the kids in all sort of vague ways. Here is the footage we're pretending was found from this:

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'BoJack Horseman' Is Coming Back This July

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If you haven't yet caught up on BoJack Horseman, get on that soon. Because you should see how it gets better after the first couple episodes, and also because the new season is quickly approaching. According to Vulture, the depressed, animated, equine version of Will Arnett will return for his second run on Friday, July 17. The entire twelve-episode season will be posted at 3AM--the perfect time for thematically appropriate sad, drunken binge-watching.

'The Crow' Reboot Has Got This Female Villain

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At last shattering the glass ceiling of murderers whose victim returns from the dead as a vengeful goth, Andrea Riseborough is going to play the villain opposite Jack Huston in The Crow reboot. Deadline reports that the Birdman actor has joined the film as Top Dollar, the gang leader whose thugs kill Eric Draven and his girlfriend, setting in motion a dark series of events alreay detailed in the 1994 movie The Crow. In that film and in the comic book, Top Dollar was male, but guess what. It's 2015. Women can have the name of a discount store, too, y'all.