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From Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, TOMORROWLAND is the latest fantasy to be inspired by and rooted in Disney lore - the tale of a jaded scientist and an optimistic teen, who embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space. To celebrate its release, THE ROCK FATHER is presenting a Fandango Family Giveaway in which one (1) lucky reader will receive a $25 Fandango Gift Card, good toward the purchase of tickets for TOMORROWLAND, or any other film at participating theaters. Welcome to TOMORROWLAND...

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On June 5, there's some Robots coming to the big-screen... specifically, the REALLY big screens. National Geographic Studios' ROBOTS 3D will premiere in Giant Screen, IMAX, and Digital 3D cinemas around the Globe, giving audiences an inside look at how hard it is to mimic what we humans can do as well as what it means to be a humanoid. One of the coolest parts? It's narrated by RoboThespian - an android that sounds an awful lot like actor Simon Pegg or SHAUN OF THE DEAD, HOT FUZZ and STAR TREK fame.

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Fandango Family"I Love Movies." That's a very true statement for me, and for many of you as well. It's also the name of the first new digital series from FANDANGO MOVIECLIPS, the first episode of which arrived today, featuring NBA star DWIGHT HOWARD of the Houston Rockets sharing a few words about his favorite movie, the 2003 Disney•Pixar classic, FINDING NEMO. This first episode is just a taste of things to come, as I LOVE MOVIES will soon present appearances by Reba McEntire, Tony Hawk, Evander Holyfield, Slash, Darius Rucker, Al Roker and my new friend, Larry King. Check out Dwight's installment below...

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LEGO Shop at HomeSo much STAR WARS news lately, so if by some chance you're not into STAR WARS, you're gonna have some things to ignore. For those of you that are completely down with The Force, the folks at LEGO got in touch earlier today with a look at something they'll be offering up at STAR WARS CELEBRATION in Anaheim next week - posters for all six films in the existing STAR WARS Saga, each done in LEGO Star Wars style. Each of these will feature a common back - a one-sheet for Disney XD's forthcoming LEGO Star Wars DROID TALES. Take a peek...

What does $100K raised on Kickstarter get you? A lot of different things, I'm sure, but for Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine, $101,145 has funded the product of DIANI & DEVINE MEET THE APOCALYPSE, a new film starring a who's who of familiar faces from "some of their favorite stuff" (as noted in their crowdfunding pitch). The first teaser for the film has arrived, with pre-orders now up on their official site. Judging from this, it looks like MAD MAX with pretzels and a shopping cart. Check it out...

WWE StudiosTwo titans have just announced an unholy alliance to create "elevated horror movies" - WWE Studios, and KISS icon GENE SIMMONS. This new partnership has spawned EREBUS PICTURES, a new company that will finance and produce films, starting with TEMPLE, written by Matt Savelloni (EXILE TO BABYLON). The film "will follow a team of highly trained operatives who find themselves trapped inside an isolated military compound after its artificial intelligence is suddenly shut down. While investigating the source of the malfunction, the crew begins to experience strange and horrific phenomena as they attempt to uncover who or what killed the team previously stationed at the compound."

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