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Header Photo: AT-AT dog costume.

Movies.com lists Movies' Scariest Aliens.

Lionsgate is releasing an Evil Dead II: 25th Anniversary Edition' Blu-ray on November 15th 2011. Preorder it now on Amazon for only $10.49.

The Movies by Flixster iphone/ipad app has received an update whidh allows UltraViolet digital movie streaming over wifi.

An Imperial Walker visits Chicago.

Peter Martin lists the 8 Great Seafaring Explorers in Honor of Columbus Day

Watch John Carpenter's The Thing: The Musical.

ABC's new drama Pan Am experienced a steep ratings falloff Sunday, averaging "a 1.9 rating/5 share in adults 18-49 and 6.4 million viewers overall , down 27% from last week in the demo (2.6) and off a big 38% from its premiere (3.1)."

Dr. Han "Indiana" Deckard t-shirt.

Carey Mulligan, Berenice Bejo, Jean Dujardin, Elle Fanning, Amber Heard, Andrea Riseborough, Shailene Woodley and Anton Yelchin will receive honors at the Hollywood Film Awards.

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FreakingNews has a bunch of interesting Star Wars movie poster mash-ups.

EW lists 15 Powerful Movies Based on Real-Life Political Drama

Watch The Simpsons Zombie-Parody set to Night of the Living Dead-Trailer

BoingBoing takes a look at the Harry Potter/Glass Family Connection.

Pixar put a Steve Jobs tribute on their website.

Elisabeth Rappe lists The Best of Robot Fighting Movies.

Watch Machinima's Donkey Kong movie trailer

Science Fiction Encyclopedia beta is now online.

Canadian artist Daryl Mandryk created this Tron: Legacy-inspired illustration.

Blastr lists 9 Doctor Who villains so horrifying you'll hide behind the sofa.

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Today's t-shirt of RIPT Apparel is a horror baddies themed Star Wars/Pizza Hutt mash-up design "Pizza The Hutt"

Pajiba lists The 20 Most Successful Robot/Cyborg Movies of All Time.

Supercut: Judy Jetson Really Loves Boys

Fritz Manes, who produced a dozen films for Clint Eastwood between 1977 and 1986, died of lung and brain cancer at age 79.

Today's t-shirt of the day on TeeFury is a Dirty Dancing-inspired design "Johnny's School of Dance".

Actor Noah Wyle talks about playing Steve Jobs in the TNT 1999 movie Pirates of Silicon Valley:

We were under a very strict directive not to contact the people we were playing for fear that they would find something libelous in the script and shut the production down. So I didn't. The day after the movie aired, I was sitting in my living room and my phone with what I thought was my unlisted phone number rang. "Noah?" said the voice. "Yes," I said. "This is Steve Jobs." My heart started beating through my shirt. And he said — and I've memorized this—"I'm just calling to tell you I thought you did a good job. I hated the movie, I hated the script, I think if you had spent a little more time and a little more money and maybe a little more attention to detail, you could have had something there. But you were good." And all I could say was, "Thank you. Sir."

Watch the announcement trailer for Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7.

Emmy-nominated cinematographer Andrew Laszlo, who shot The Warriors, First Blood and Star Trek V, died at age 85.

Alien egg cake.

NBC is giving Roseanne Barr a new multicamera primetime comedy.

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Star Wars droid street art.

Walt Disney Studios has crossed the $1 billion plateau at the domestic box office, for the 6th consecutive year.

DreamWorks Pictures' Real Steel opened in first place, earning an estimated $27.3 million from 3,440 theaters, an average of $4,729 per location.

Someone has replaced Apple iPhone's new personal assistant Siri with HAL 9000.

Orlando Bloom says he wants to return to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise:

"I was quite sad not to be in the fourth and I really miss working on them.  If they said they wanted me back, of course I'd do it. It's great to see the franchise still doing well."

Hallmark is releasing a LEGO Darth Vader Christmas ornament.

Spanish helmer Paco Cabezas (Neon Flesh) is attached to direct Mr. Right

AT-ST Costume

The Hollywood Reporter lists Matt Damon's 5 Most Memorable Roles.

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Oli Phillips created a poster for Breaking Bad.

EW lists 23 Wonderful TV Weddings

3A Toys will be making a 1:6 model of Ambush from Real Steel.

Shirley MacLaine will receive the AFI Life Achievement Award.

Check out a 56-pound Lego model of a Battlestar Galactica ship

The River Front Times lists the Ten Best Bluth Family Musical Performances