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Beyoncé Teaches Amanda Seyfried The Ways Of The Forest In Epic New Trailer! Watch HERE!

Oprah Winfrey may have recently dubbed Beyoncé the "preeminent mistress of the universe," but did you guys know that on top of that, the superstar is also the Queen of the Leafmen warriors, guardians of good who protect the forest - and nature, in general - from the nefarious Boggans creatures?!

If you've been keeping up with us, you did!

As we previously reported, the iconic diva - or at least her voice - has returned to the world of feature films in the upcoming animated flick Epic, in which she stars as Queen Tara, a Mother Nature-like being attempting to save her people - with the help of Amanda Seyfried, Josh Hutcherson, Colin Farrell, Pitbull and Steven Tyler - from Django Unchained's Christopher Waltz!

Yeesh! Even when he's CGI, he's still doing the villain thing, huh? LOLz!

Ch-ch-check out the theatrical trailer (above)!

Yeah! Pretty much just seems like Ferngully all over again, huh?

Except instead of Robin Williams as a bat, we've got Aziz Ansari as a slug!

But hey! We LOVED that movie when we were little, so hopefully this one can elicit the same kind of natural magic and wonder of nature that made the 1992 animation so special!

What do U think?? Will U check out Epic??

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Katy Perry Has A Good Hair Day, Bad Photoshopping


What did they do to our beautiful candy queen!?

Katy Perry newest campaign for GHD is out and while most of the pictures are flawless, there's something a bit off with the one (above).

Apparently the retoucher had a personal vendetta against Katy's features and made them almost completely disappear.

They should have stuck with color ads. Those always looked fabulous.


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Paddington Bear Arrives From Deepest, Darkest Peru To A Theater Near YOU!

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Oh we hope the folks behind this stay true to the beautifully illustrated original books and the incredibly sweet British 1970's stop-motion animation series that we ADORE so much!

Harry Potter producer David Heyman and Studio Canal are in talks to produce a CGI/live-action version of Paddington Bear, the story of a wandering bear from

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Disney Is Turning Mr. Toad's Wild Ride Into Another Movie

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Who is ready for a family friendly wild ride at the multiplex?

Disney has decided to turn Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, one of Disneyland's most beloved attractions, into a feature film that mixes CGI with live-action.

This is an adaptation of an

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From The Avengers To TV! New Deets On Upcoming Hulk Live-Action Series!

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How amazing would it be if they got Mark Ruffalo for the show as well???

Waaaay back in November '10, we first learned about an upcoming live-action Hulk TV show, and we were LOVING everything we were hearing!

Now, we've learned that the Hulk in the new series will look the same as the Hulk from The Avengers, which is briefly visible in the movie's trailer at the 1:55 mark (above)!

According to

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Harrison Ford Thinks Modern Action Flicks Are "Soulless"

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Harrison Ford Kicks Real Ass

First off, before we get into what Han Solo has to say about modern action films, can we just say that he looks pretty great for his age?

The guy is 67! Wow!

Anyway, back to the topic at hand: action in modern times.

The veteran actor, on his promotion tour for the very cool looking Cowboys & Aliens, has spoken up about the use of CGI in action movies these days:

"I think what a lot of action movies lose these days, especially the ones that deal with fantasy, is you stop caring at some point because you've lost human scale. With the CGI, suddenly there's a thousand enemies instead of six - the army goes off into the horizon. You don't need that."

"That's something that's consistently happening, and it makes these movies like video games and that's a soulless enterprise. I don't have time for that."

While we're not sure that we agree that video games on a whole are a soulless enterprise, we really understand where he's coming from when it comes to film and a character's personal struggle.

It's awesome that someone as important as he is is speaking up about this trend. Sadly, we don't think many execs will listen, seeing as the CGI bullshizz train makes them waaaay too much money to get off.

Though, it'd be nice to see some young up-and-comers be inspired by what he's said, and maybe we can start a bit of a revolution!

How do U feel about action movies these days??

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Green Lantern Having Special-Effects Issues, Needs More Money

Green Lantern Needs Money

It's never a good sign when something is so effect-heavy that the studio panics that it won't be out in time because of it, so they feel the need to pump and extra $9 MILLION into making sure that it does.

This is what happens when you rush things just because they're summer tent-poles!

Would a Green Lantern movie really be that bad if the whole suit wasn't digital? Or if they went a little more personal instead of epic?

Harrison Ford recently spoke up about it, and we're inclined to agree with him for the most part:

"With the CGI, suddenly there's a thousand enemies instead of six — the army goes off into the horizon. You don't need that. The audience loses its relationship with the threat on the screen. That's something that's consistently happening and it makes these movies like video games and that's a soulless enterprise. It's all kinetics without emotion. I don't have time for that."

This is becoming commonplace for studios, too, where they have to throw extra money at a production because of reasons like this. That doesn't seem very cost-effective to us, and we get the feeling that movies are ending up sub-par because all the rushing.

Doesn't make sense when you can make something cheaper and better, if you just take your time, does it?

But we guess it's a good thing they're putting more into it instead of just calling it a day.

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