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When you sit down to speak with the first-ever democratically elected president of Egypt, you know where you don't expect the conversation to turn? Chartlon Heston movies. Yet somehow, and at the president's own behest, that is exactly what happened while talking about foreign affairs.
In 1967, legendary Hollywood photographer Dennis Stock visited the set of Planet of the Apes outside Los Angeles. The results of his visit are a series of fascinating black and white photos that reveal the life of an ape when the cameras weren't rolling.
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20th Century Fox has just given us some serious answers. They've announced the release dates for their biggest upcoming films including the sequels to Rise of the Planet of the Apes and X-Men: First Class, as well as the 3D re-release of Independence Day.
The Oscar nominee seems to have reached a point in his career where candor can't hurt him anymore. First, he unleashed on the crappiness of M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening and now he reveals what went wrong with Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes.
After watching the first two Terminator movies for the first time, my excited nephew told me, "There's a Terminator 3." I contradicted him, "No there's not." In response to his confusion, I explained how there are movies so disappointing that they can ruin the enjoyment of their predecessors.
New York City is the hub of the pop culture universe. It's where the Fantastic Four, the Men in Black, the Avengers and Massive Dynamic call home. It's where Snake Plissken escaped from and were the Warriors were running to. And if you ever wanted to know where in NYC those things took place, this map is for you.
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Whatever you think about yesterday's verdict in the Casey Anthony trial, if you can't STOP thinking about it, we've got something to help you forget—because during times when reality seems to be losing a grip on itself, sci-fi can be the only relief.