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    The Big Hero 6 DVD lands this Tuesday, February 24, and have we got a little treat of one of the bonus features today.

    We already showed you the clip that shows off the Big Hero 6 Frozen Easter Eggs and now it’s time to dig a little deeper.

    Did you know that the symbol of Disney, Mickey Mouse, is all over the smash hit animated feature (that is up for an Oscar this Sunday)?

    You bet Walt’s creation is, and that little mouse shows up in the most awesome of places.

    Check it out! 

    Baymax, Hiro, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, Fred and Go Go Tomago are Big Hero 6. The latest Disney instant classic hits DVD and Blu-Ray in merely days, but you can watch it right now on Digital HD.

    Stay tuned for more from us as we review the entire Big Hero 6 home video package next week!


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    The Academy Awards predictions are in. So, since we know who will win, why watch, right?

    Well, of course there are Oscar upsets to witness and there is always the chance that something will happen that will join some of history’s most shocking Oscar moments

    Movie Fanatic has seven things to look out for at this year’s Oscar broadcast, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.

    Heck, he has quite the challenge ahead of him, thanks to the grand slam job “pizza for everyone” Ellen DeGeneres did last year as host!

    We’ve looked over the list of presenters, performers and of course nominees, and we came up with seven must-see moments from this year’s biggest night in Hollywood.

    Click through and see the 7 Oscar moments we think will rock!


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    We have an opportunity for not one, but five, Movie Fanatic readers to score a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack copy of one of the nominees for this year’s Oscar for Best Picture.

    The Theory of Everything DVD

    The Theory of Everything DVD stars Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking, the legendary physicist who triumphed over ALS to become one of the most revered minds of our time, or any time.

    The five-time Oscar nominee tells Hawking’s incredible story from the point of view of his love affair with the woman who would become his wife, Jane Hawking. Felicity Jones stars as Jane and with Redmayne, they both scored nominations for lead performer in the astounding flick.

    Use the widget below to enter on Facebook or Twitter. There are three unique ways to enter, and by entering all three ways you can increase your chance at winning!

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    Check out our Oscar predictions to see what awards we think The Theory of Everything will take home!

    And if you're not one of our five winners, you can still always watch The Theory of Everything online!


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    On the eve of the Academy Awards, the Independent Spirit Awards were handed out by the beach in Santa Monica. The yearly salute to movies that are the exact opposite of the big budget moneymakers celebrated its 30th anniversary by awarding Birdman its top prize.

    Birdman Michael Keaton Emma Stone

    Michael Keaton also won Best Actor for Birdman, which also scored a victory for Best Cinematography.

    According to our Oscar predictions, the last two victories will repeat at the Academy Awards tomorrow night, but will Birdman beat Boyhood for Oscar Best Picture? More on that in a few…

    Patricia Arquette (Boyhoodand ) JK Simmons (Whiplash) won for Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor, respectively, as each appear completely unstoppable this awards season.

    Before we get to the full list of winners, we answer the question: Does the Spirit Awards have any bearing on the Oscars?

    Well, two out of the last three winners of the Independent Spirit Award went on to win Best Picture the following night. But, it has actually only happened three times total in the award show’s 30 year history!

    One of our favorite movies of the year won big, check it out and watch Nightcrawler online, winner of Best First Feature and Best Screenplay.

    Independent Spirit Awards Winners:

    • Best Feature: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
    • Best Director: Richard Linklater, Boyhood
    • Best Screenplay: Dan Gilroy, Nightcrawler
    • Best First Feature: Nightcrawler
    • Best First Screenplay: Justin Simien, Dear White People
    • John Cassavetes Award (For best feature made under $500,000): Land Ho!
    • Best Supporting Female: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    • Best Supporting Male: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash
    • Best Female Lead: Julianne Moore, Still Alice
    • Best Male Lead: Michael Keaton, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
    • Robert Altman Award: Inherent Vice
    • Best Cinematography: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
    • Best Editing: Whiplash
    • Best International Film: Ida (Poland)
    • Special Distinction Award: Foxcatcher


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    If the Academy Awards that will be handed out tomorrow reward the absolute best of cinema, than the Razzie Awards that are given away the evening before salute the worst.

    Transformers: Age of Extinction Kesley Grammer

    To discover who these winners beat out, check out our full Razzie Awards nominations list. But this is all about who’s best at being bad!

    Here are the best of the worst, the 2015 Razzie Winners:

    Worst Picture
    Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas

    Worst Actor
    Kirk Cameron, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas

    Worst Actress
    Cameron Diaz, The Other Woman& Sex Tape

    The Razzie Redeemer Award
    Ben Affleck: From Razzie Win for Gigli to Oscar for Gone Girl

    Worst Supporting Actress
    Megan Fox, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Worst Supporting Actor
    Kelsey Grammer, Expendables 3, Legends of Oz, Think Like a Man Too and Transformers: Age of Extinction

    Worst Director
    Michael Bay, Transformers: Age of Extinction

    Worst Screen Combo
    Kirk Cameron & His Ego, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas

    Worst Screenplay
    Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas

    Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel
    Annie

    Check out Razzie winner Megan Fox in action in these slick TMNT photos!


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    The 87th Academy Awards have come and gone and our winners of multiple Oscars are Whiplash and The Grand Budapest Hotel. But, it is Birdman that scored the highest honor of them all.

    There were over 60 movies that scored Oscar nominations across the 24 categories, but only one would be crowned Best Picture. The two-film race came down to Birdman's meta-ness winning over the Academy and now will go down in history as one of the 87 best movies in Hollywood history.

    Neil Patrick Harris was the host with the most as he served as the master of ceremonies and ushered in the presenters who handed out those 24 Oscars, as well as the five Best Song nominees, including stellar performances by Tim McGraw, Tegan and Sara with The Lonely Island and John Legend and Common (performing their Oscar-winning Glory).

    There was a bit of a shocker in one category as Disney’s Big Hero 6 upset the favorite, How to Train Your Dragon 2. Although if you looked at our Oscar predictions, we said Big Hero 6should win. Go team Disney.

    We’ll have more about the biggest night in Hollywood in the coming hours, but until then, here are the big winners of the Oscars.

    2015 Academy Awards Winners:

    Best Picture
    Birdman

    Best Actor
    Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything 

    Best Actress
    Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Director
    Alejandro G. Inarritu, Birdman

    Best Supporting Actor
    J.K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supporting Actress
    Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

    Boyhood Ellar Coltrane Patricia Arquette

    Best Animated Feature
    Big Hero 6

    Best Score
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Cinematography
    Birdman

    Best Original Screenplay
    Birdman

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    The Imitation Game

    Best Costume Design
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Makeup/Hairstyling
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Editing
    Whiplash

    Whiplash Miles Teller JK Simmons

    Best Song
    Glory from Selma

    Best Visual Effects
    Interstellar

    Best Documentary Feature
    CITIZENFOUR

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Ida

    Sound Mixing
    Whiplash

    Best Sound Editing
    American Sniper

    Best Production Design
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Animated Short
    Feast

    Watch Feast now!

    Best Documentary Short Subject
    Crisis Hotline

    Best Short, Live Action
    The Phone Call

    Check out a few of the big winners right now… watch Boyhood online and watch The Grand Budapest Hotel online


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    The Oscar winners have been announced! But the performers and movies that won Academy Awards are not necessarily the top sources of discussion around the world today.

    These 15 Oscar moments, however, are most definitely buzzing. 

    Which Oscar moments truly got us going?  

    There were many, and one of them came from one of our favorite The LEGO Movie quotes

    One Academy Award winner had us calling our parents. Also, we salute host Neil Patrick Harris’ best quotes, and watch The Theory of Everything online and the Oscar winner for that movie gets the award for most enthusiastic of the night!

    Click through and discover the 15 most memorable moments from the 2015 Oscars.


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    When is a winner a loser? Sure, Fifty Shades of Grey won the weekend box office for the second week in a row. But, it suffered a 73 percent drop in ticket sales that was hard to ignore. Fifty Shades of Grey made $23.2 million to bring its two week total to a whopping $130.1 million. That’ll get you a few sequels, even if EL James has to write them herself.

    Jamie Dornan Dakota Johnson Fifty Shades of Grey Photo Still

    The top two were actually a rerun of last week’s box office with the Colin Firth-starring stunner Kingsman: The Secret Service taking in $17.5 million in its second week to bring its cume to $67.1 million. Hopefully that means we will get a sequel to the Matthew Vaughn-directed actioner.

    Third place found The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. The Nick and Paramount movie banked $15.5 million and now has earned a whopping $125 million since it opened.

    Fourth is where we find our first new movie of the weekend, the inspiring McFarland USA. The Kevin Costner true tale debuted with $11.3 million, finishing just ahead of another new movie to cinemaplexes, The DUFF. The teen comedy earned $11 million in its opening frame.

    Weekend Box Office Top 10:

    1. Fifty Shades of Grey, $23.2 million
    2. Kingsman: The Secret Service, $17.5 million
    3. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, $15.5 million
    4. McFarland, USA, $11.3 million
    5.The DUFF, $11 million
    6. American Sniper, $9.7 million
    7. Hot Tub Time Machine 2, $5.8 million
    8. Jupiter Ascending, $3.7 million
    9. The Imitation Game, $2.6 million
    10. Paddington, $2.3 million


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    Lady Gaga was astounding at the Oscars last night in her tribute to The Sound of Music and the fifty years since the film premiered.

    The Julie Andrews-starring classic would go on to win a slew of Academy Awards, including Best Picture, but if we had to give an Oscar for best performance from the Oscars, it would go to Lady Gaga. The Hills Are Alive, indeed, with this one!

    Miss the show-stopping performance? Or maybe you simply need to see it again? Watch Lady Gaga show off her range below!

    After she brought the house down, even Maria herself was beyond impressed. Andrews took the stage to award Best Score and could not say enough about the powerful turn by Ms. Gaga. “Dear Lady Gaga, thank you for that... it truly warmed my heart,” Andrews said.

    Sure, we watch the Academy Awards to see who will be Oscar winners, but performances such as Gaga remind us that there is so much more to Oscar night.


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    Are you ready to dive into a Feast?! 

    We've got our hands on the full movie for the Oscar winner for Best Animated short, Disney's Feast. The powerful instant classic about a man and his dog and the ups and downs of love is stunning on so many levels. 

    There were many big Oscar winners at last night's Academy Awards, but it would be hard to miss that Disney Animation's sweep was massive. The studio also scored the Best Animated Feature Oscar for Big Hero 6

    Yes, Disney is on a sensational and major roll!

    After winning last year for that Anna and Elsa icon (watch Frozen online) and all the box office success they've had, we think that they are the sizzling studio of the moment here in Hollywood!

    Speaking of sensational, check out Feast now!

    Oh, and about Big Hero 6, that film lands on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital download tomorrow. Stay with Movie Fanatic for our full review!


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    It is a stunning song, there is no question, and there could not have been a more fitting tribute to the power of Selma than what John Legend and Common delivered with Glory.

    Glory has gone down in history as an Academy Award winning song and made Legend and Common Oscar winners.  

    And if there was an Oscar for Best Oscar Performance That Had the Crowd in Tears, it would go to Common and Legend. They not only brought the house down with their rap-gospel hybrid of inspiration, but also had many in attendance weeping.

    There was Oprah and her Selma co-star David Oyelowo (who played Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the movie that suffered more than its share of Oscar snubs) shaken in the best of ways.

    And what about that shot of Chris Pine, clearly beyond moved at the magical moment he just witnessed? 

    Let’s watch it again.

    Selma is out in theaters now and is one of our top 15 of 2014. 


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    Eddie Redmayne may be an Oscar winner, but he still has a lot to learn. That is according to his “teacher,” Jimmy Kimmel.

    The late night talk show host got a boat full of celebrities, Oscar winners and nominees (Jeff Bridges, Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn, Gary Oldman) to come on and truly own a two-part comedic bit that parodies the institution that is the “serious” acting teacher.

    It was sublime and utterly brilliant. 

    In part one of The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting, he challenges Aniston in what is truly the most inhumane of ways. He also has Matt Damon acting as a chair and as a lamp. See, he’s not ready to play real people yet!

    In part two, we learn that assaulting Penn with a pool noodle is “the only way I can learn!”

    And Bridges, well, he just said it best. “If I am The Dude, Jim is The Dude behind the Dude, but not in a gay way.” Funny, when we think about those The Big Lebowski quotes, Kimmel is nowhere near our thoughts!

    Kimmel continues to impress with that coveted post-Oscar spot. He routinely gets the biggest names in showbiz to come on his show and entertain America by largely making a fool of themselves. And as Kimmel’s acting coach would agree, that’s how you grow.


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    We’ve already shown you the 15 best Oscar moments, but there was so much more to the Academy Awards.

    Thanks to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, we have some incredible photos from the biggest night in Hollywood to take you inside the broadcast that went out to almost a billion people across the globe.

    Among the highlights of our stellar Academy Awards photo gallery are John Travolta still making Oscar headlines for all the wrong reasons, a The Sound of Music embrace that was electric and Selma star David Oyelowo grading host Neil Patrick Harris’ jokes.

    Watch Boyhood online and the Best Supporting Actress winner from that film will inspire anew with her Oscar photo moment. And those The LEGO Movie quotes got to come to life live on the Dolby Theatre stage with Andy Samberg busting a move!

    Click through and relive some unforgettable moments from the 2015 Oscars. Until next year, people!


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    Fresh off of making us laugh with his participation in The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting skit in the post-Oscar The Jimmy Kimmel Show last night, Penn is rocking in a whole different way today.

    The trailer for The Gunman has landed and it finds Penn as a hired assassin who finds himself on the run when his boss (Javier Bardem, soon to be seen in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) frames him and turns his life upside down.

    The Gunman is actually the rare moment in Penn’s decorated career where the Oscar winner has been part of an action movie. And as you can see in the below trailer, he gets into plenty of action! 

    Penn and Bardem are joined in the stellar cast by Ray Winstone, Idris Elba and Mark Rylance. Look for The Gunman in theaters March 20.


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    The Oscar winners have been announced and Birdman is your Best Picture. As the last Oscar Watch is revealed for the awards season that ended last night with the 2015 Academy Awards, we look back and give our grades to the show emceed by Neil Patrick Harris.

    LEGO Oscars

    Host Neil Patrick Harris: After hitting a grand slam with his hosting duties at the Tony Awards, everyone could not have been more excited to see Harris host the Oscars. So, how did he do?

    He did OK. His opening number was fair, but not the off-the-charts production number we expected given his past successes at the Tonys. Having Anna Kendrick onstage with him was a plus, but adding Jack Black (who we adore) was a minus.

    Where Harris shined was his ability to comment on the show while it was going on. That line about CITIZENFOUR subject Eric Snowden not being able to attend “for some treason” was pure gold -- but the shtick with his prediction in a locked case, not so much. Now, to give him credit, that was a mesmerizing trick from a highly trained magician. But by the time the show reached that point, many were just ready to go home and its power was completely lost.

    Grade: C+

    The Big Awards: Did the right people win? Mostly. It was nice to see The Theory of Everything star Eddie Redmayne’s enthusiasm for winning Best Actor, besting Michael Keaton for Birdman (who everyone thought would win). But, it’s hard for us to take that category seriously when two of the best performances of the year were not even included – David Oyelowo in Selma and Jack Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler. That said, it makes it even more odd that Redmayne won because Birdman won everything else. How does that happen when the man who makes that movie, its star, is not honored?? Makes. No. Sense! 

    Then there’s Best Picture. Sure, Birdman was a solid win and one that the Academy can be proud of decades from now – probably more so than the too-long Boyhood. But where Birdman slapped you in the face with its power, Whiplash hit you in the head with a shovel. We actually thought as the night went on and Whiplash was three-for-three in the categories it was nominated for, that we might see an upset. Didn’t happen.

    Grade: B-

    Musical Numbers: It’s funny. In past years, one of the biggest complaints from those watching at home was all the damn musical numbers. There are so many! Yet this year, many of the best moments from Oscars 2015were the musical moments!

    Common and John Legend moved us to tears. Lady Gaga was so impressive with her The Sound of Music tribute that even the legend herself, Julie Andrews, had to give her a bear hug. Jennifer Hudson soared, Everything Is Awesome was awesome and Tim McGraw gave us heartbreak in a song. Those musicians hit all the high notes.

    Grade: A+

    Presenters: It was a pretty solid, if bland, group of presenters this year. Highlights for us included Anna Kendrick and Kevin Hart making fun of their height challenges. Even Dwayne Johnson and Zoe Saldana made a terrific pair. But John Travolta managed to make headlines again for all the wrong reasons and Sean Penn came off as an ass with his “green card” comment when announcing Best Picture.

    Grade: B-

    In Memoriam: Having Meryl Streep deliver a stunning intro to pay tribute to those we lost in 2014 was exquisite. She gave a speech so moving, even she was misty. Then, we saw the video tribute. Why did the Academy feel the need to give us Photoshop versions of classic photos instead of clips as they have done in the past? With everything else in our pop culture world coming at us with such altered senses of reality, why mess with a tribute to those who left an indelible creative mark? And where’s Joan Rivers? This grade is saved by Streep.

    Grade: B

    Overall: It was a good night, albeit a little long. There still has to be some way to cut this show by 45 minutes to an hour. We still want all those musical numbers (especially if they’re as good as this year). We still want those scenes from the nominated movies and the nominated stars. Moments like Lady Gaga tributing The Sound of Music are important. We don’t know what the answer is, but somehow, there has to be someone who can tighten up this 1,000-pound gorilla of Hollywood excess.

    Grade: B-


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    The Girl Who Played with Fire apparently won't be doing that after all. After The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo introduced us to Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander and truly wowed us in that 2011 David Fincher film, years have gone by and there has been no movement on a sequel.

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Publicity Shot

    The page to screen effort was the first of three books, with the next being The Girl Who Played with Fire. The Swedish movies got to make an entire trilogy, but it appears that us Americans will have to imagine what could be with Mara delving deeper into the incredible character created by author Stieg Larsson.

    “I don’t think it’s going to happen. I’m sad never to do it again, but it just doesn’t seem like it’s in the cards,” Mara said to E! Online. And yes, Ms. Mara, we are truly sad too.

    Mara and that character were a match made in heaven. Yes, Noomi Rapace was bloody fantastic in the role in the Swedish version, but so too was Mara in an entirely different type of way.

    Sure, Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo underwhelmed at the box office, but that hasn’t stopped studios from greenlighting sequels before. We think it has much more to do with the fact that we don’t get that many R-rated franchises anymore that are awash in sex and violence, as is the case with Larsson’s books.

    I mean, the Fincher film (an Oscar nominee) is certainly leagues better than Fifty Shades of Grey and we’re getting two sequels to that.

    Watch The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo online and I guess that’s all we’ll have.


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    While we debated how good the Oscars were, something seemed to have fallen through the cracks while experts talked about those Academy Awards winners. J.J. Abrams revealed some Star Wars: The Force Awakens news at one of the Oscar week parties.

    Star Wars The Force Awakens

    Although the Abrams flick is easily the most anticipated movie of 2015, one can forgive the movie press for being awash in all that golden trophy madness as the pitch gets truly high here in Hollywood and it’s hard to hear anything else.

    Even a phrase like “Star Wars” can go by without the seismic shake it deserves!

    What Abrams said was truly explosive (we think) and we cannot wait to see what specifically his comments will be in terms of the reality when Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens on December 18.

    Abrams was at the Oscar Wilde Awards -- he was hosting the event -- and he spoke to Vulture about his little epic coming our way this winter. He said there will be cameos!

    “Some were more planned out and funny and inside-joke-ish, and others were spontaneous and happened in ways we didn’t expect,” Abrams admitted.

    Wait, what? Cameos in a Star Wars movie? Like who? Lando, are you coming to the party? Stay tuned, this news has us utterly intrigued. As if we weren’t already for this seventh Star Wars film!


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    The Lazarus Effect is coming to theaters this Friday, February 27, and to celebrate the latest from Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity moviesSinister and so many more!), we've got a downright scary prize pack with some fantastic swag as well as a $25 Fandango gift card to check out the movie.

    The Lazarus Effect Olivia Wilde Donald Glover

    As part of The Lazarus Effect prize pack, we're giving away:

    • $25 Fandango Gift Card
    • The Lazarus Effect Hoodie
    • The Lazarus Effect Flashlight
    • The Lazarus Effect Syringe Pen
    • The Lazarus Effect Mini Poster

    As teased in The Lazarus Effect trailer, the horror movie follows a group of researchers (led by Mark Duplass and Olivia Wilde) who are trying to find the key to give emergency doctors a few more minutes to save people on the verge of death.

    What they instead discover is a way to bring the dead back to life. 

    The Lazarus Effect Syringe Photo

    Things take a creepy (and awesome) turn when Wilde gets electrocuted and Duplass uses the serum to bring his love back to life. Needless to say, she's not quite the same. 

    Use the widget below to enter on Facebook or Twitter. There are three unique ways to enter, and by entering all three ways you can increase your chance at winning!

    a Rafflecopter giveaway

    Check out a Blumhouse instant classic and watch Insidious online and be sure to head to cinemas to be horrified by The Lazarus Effect this weekend.


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    We've gotten that amazing Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, but if you think about it, other than that "A" poster for the sequel to The Avengers, there has been nothing. 

    That changes today as Marvel Studios unveiled the first official Avengers: Age of Ultron poster and the gang's all here!

    Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury is joined by Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow, Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye, Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man, Chris Evans' Captain America and Chris Hemsworth's Thor. Of course, The Hulk is in there, and Mark Ruffalo is back as the big green bad-ass. 

    Avengers: Age of Ultron lands May 1 and trouble arrives when our heroes gather to congratulate themselves on another fantastic and successful mission. The party is short-lived as Ultron (James Spader) breaks in and makes his presence felt. 

    See, Tony Stark (Downey) had started a robotic peacekeeping force that didn't quite work out and Ultron is here to remind him that what he started will do anything but bring peace. 

    Watch The Avengers online and get ready for the Joss Whedon written and directed sequel. 


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    The guys who gave us those Hot Tub Time Machine quotes are back.

    Hot Tub Time Machine 2 takes the guys and sends them into the future! Hilarity is sure to ensue, and of course, we have more quotes for the Hot Tub Time Machine legacy of comic gold.

    We’ve compiled the 11 best Hot Tub Time Machine 2 quotes and if you’re ready to head back to the future in bubbly style, well then, it is time for another dip! 

    Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke and Adam Scott (starring as John Cusack’s character’s son) get in a slew of fun jokes at each other’s expense and some situational comedy that is sure to please longtime fans of the first film.

    Our favorite, honestly, involves their thankfully never-ending list of “you look like” jokes!

    Check out all of our Hot Tub Time Machine 2 quotes and click through the slideshow below to discover our 11 hottest! And while the Hot Tub is on the brain, watch Hot Tub Time Machine online and see how the hilarity started.


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