Here is the logo for the the upcoming Pixar short film La Luna, which has been described by producer Kevin Reher as “beautiful, it’s lyrical, it’s very different from all the other ones. It’s amazing how easy it can be when you just have three characters and two sets.”

Summit has announced release dates: Gone starring Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter and Sebastian Stan will be released February 24th, 2012 and Cold Light of Day, starring Henry Cavill and Bruce Wilis will open on April 6th, 2012.

The Sacramento State Jazz Singers performed an acapella version of  “All Along the Watchtower”, which many geeks remember from Battlestar Galactica (Arrangement by Ian Brekke).

Short List lists 10 Cartoon Characters Who Would Never Have Held Down Their Day Jobs.

Sam Spratt created this portrait of Rainn Wilson as Dwight K. Schrute from The Office.

Fast Five director Justin Lin tells MTV that he is still actively working on a Highlander remake:  “I’ve been working with ['Iron Man' writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway] on the script. That’s one where Summit has been really good [about letting it develop], and for me, it’s about making sure that we can take it to the place where I feel comfortable and great about making it. I feel like I have a very good studio and team and we’re working on it.”

An original art splash page from Frank Miller‘s Dark Knight Returns has sold for a record $448,125.

Olivia Wilde comments on the frequent rumors that she is a candidate to play Laura Croft in the Tomb Raider prequel:  “As far as I know right now, I’m not playing Lara Croft,” she said simply. “No.”

Check out the first photos from Victor Slava‘s horror film Rosewood Lane starring Rose McGowan.

The Hangover: Part II is on track to outpace the original’s opening weekend box office.

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