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    The third Trailer Park Boys movie, "Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It," is set for release on April 18 -- but to tide us over until then, we've got the first look at the brand new movie poster for Julian, Ricky, and Bubbles' latest adventure.

    As you can probably glean from the title, "Don't Legalize It" sees Ricky (Robb Wells) worried that the government might legalize marijuana, which would severely undercut his less-than-legal business. So, he and his buddies do the only thing they can: head to Ottawa to convince the politicians to change their minds.

    Check out the full trailer below:

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  • Logan Lerman in "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters." (20th Century Fox)

    While “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” is hardly in the same league as blockbuster Young Adult movie adaptations like “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” or the recently-released “Divergent,” the mythologically-themed action-adventure did manage to bring in nearly $200 million global box office dollars.

    Conventional wisdom would suggest that that would be enough clams to justify a sequel. But according to “Noah” star Logan Lerman, who played Percy Jackson in 2010’s “The Lightning Thief” and 2013’s “Sea of Monsters,” the third film in the series -- “The Titan’s Curse” -- probably won’t be happening.

    "It's been a great experience for me," Lerman recently told MTV News about his “Percy Jackson” experience. "It's opened up a lot of doors for me, but I don't think it's happening."

    The “Percy Jackson” franchise now joins the likes of "The Mortal Instruments" and "The Host" in the dustbin of recent multi-part young adult adaptations that petered out before being completed. Why did it fail?

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  • Ted Griffin, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kyle Chandler on the yacht Lady M in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’  (Photo: courtesy of Paramount)Leonardo DiCaprio wasn't the only star in "The Wolf of Wall Street." A yacht by the name of Lady M also played a key role.

    Would-be moguls can re-enact parts of the movie by chartering the luxury boat for a cool $125,000 a week.

    The Lady M rental price gets you a ship that is "fully crewed," Lara-Jo Houghting, the yacht's charter manager at Churchill Yacht Partners, told Yahoo. And with a staff of seven for a maximum number of 10 guests, that's not a bad ratio for a 147-foot superyacht.

    The A-lister of ships offers posh amenities like a Jacuzzi, a cocktail bar, and custom Italian marble flooring.

    The yacht is 147 feet long and comes with a crew of 7. (Photo: courtesy of Churchill Yacht Partners)In the movie, the luxurious boat is prominently displayed as a symbol of the obscene wealth of the infamous real-life stockbroker Jordan Belfort, played by DiCaprio. Belfort buys the ship as a gift to his second wife, and it becomes the site of over-the-top parties and a target of an FBI investigation.

    Lady M is enjoying her 15 minutes of fame. "It's been global," Houghting told Yahoo,

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  • Director Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic “Noah” finally hits theatres this week, but the big-budget retelling of the Old Testament tale has been stoking controversy since it was first put into production.

    Despite an A-list cast that includes Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Emma Watson -- not to mention the fact that it’s helmed by the critically-acclaimed director of “The Wrestler” and “Black Swan” -- studio Paramount seems very concerned about the potential flood of complaints against the film from religious moviegoers. In fact, the studio is so worried about how the film will be received by devout viewers they have started attaching the following disclaimer to trailers and other marketing materials:

    "The film is inspired by the story of Noah. While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide. The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book

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  • The first trailer for the live-action ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ movie has finally arrived.

    Watch it above.

    The heroes in a half-shell have been updated for the 21st century by producer Michael Bay ("Transformers") and director Jason Liebesman.

    [Watch: Full "Transformers: Age of Extinction" trailer]

    This brand new version of the classic comic strip/cartoon series stars Megan Fox as yellow-suited reporter April O’Neill, and William Fichtner as masked baddie Shredder.

    (Credit: Paramount)

    The official plot synopsis synopsis is below, though it’s not clear if walking brain Krang is involved.

    “The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim, until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must work with fearless reporter April and her wise-cracking cameraman Vern Fenwick to save the city and

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  • Upon the release of the visually stunning but narratively confusing teaser trailer for "Jupiter Ascending" last December, we predicted that the "official trailer" for the Wachowskis' latest extravaganza would reveal more of the film's actual story.

    Now, more than three months later, we finally have that official trailer — and, as we predicted, it shows that there's indeed a plot of sorts to go along with all the sweet eye candy ... not the least of which is Mila Kunis, whose title character is the center of the most dramatic rags-to-riches story of all time (and perhaps in the entire universe!).

    "Jupiter Ascending" is interplanetary and follows the basic plot structure of the Wachowskis's own "The Matrix," albeit with a gender-swap on two of the main characters. Kunis's Jupiter is, like Keanu Reeves's Neo before her, a 'cog in the machine' and plods through a relatively unremarkable life on Earth. She is a maid, but she soon discovers she is destined for much much greater things when a

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  • When was the last time you went to the movie theatre and saw a Canadian story?

    We don’t mean a movie that happens to be set in Canada or simply features fictional Canadian characters (there are thankfully no shortage of those). Rather, we mean a film based on actual Canadian events and people. Is that the sort of film that audiences even want to see when they go to the cinema?

    There are plenty of movies that get produced in the Great White North -- so many, in fact, that Vancouver and Toronto have collectively become known as “Hollywood North” due to the number of films and TV shows produced in each city. Major American blockbusters like “300,” “Pacific Rim,” “Man of Steel,” and more were produced north of the border.

    But when it comes to local productions there’s a distinct lack of truly “Made in Canada” movies making their way to the big screen.

    Sure, there are Canuck movies about fictional characters, like Denis Villeneuve’s psychological thriller “Enemy,” heist flick “The Art of

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  • Dwayne Johnson IS 'Hercules': See the Rock Go Gladiator in First Teaser Trailer

    by Kara Warner

    Watch out, mythical monsters, there's a new demigod in town — and he's not taking prisoners.

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his headline-making Yak-hair beard are in full effect in the newly released teaser for his passion project, "Hercules."

    Here's Herc ticking off his way through some to-do items on his 12 Labors list. Nemean lion. Check. Three-headed hell hound Cerberus. Check. The Hydra and the great boar Eurystheus. Done and done. But this Hercules is also broken man out for blood, and we see flashes of sadness in the mighty hero as he storms through clips that aspire to epic status, complete with sweeping landscapes, battle scenes, and a voiceover by Ian McShane, who spouts such lines as "Man cannot escape his fate."

    The teaser ends with Johnson's hero roaring: "I am Hercules!"

    "The tone is a nice, even balance," explains Johnson, who arrived Monday at our Las Vegas interview location at CinemaCon fresh from a workout, protein drink in hand. "I think of

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  • Think you’ll have to wait until the DVD to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on “Divergent”? Think again.

    "Divergent" director Neil Burger recently sat down with the New York Times to provide a mini-commentary track for a pivotal scene in the young adult sci-fi film. Narrating the scene in which Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) is given her faction aptitude test, Burger details the conception and creation of the trippy and frightening on-screen moment.

    In the post-apocalyptic world of “Divergent,” young people are given an aptitude test at the age of 16 to determine which faction they are best suited to: Abnegation, for the selfless; Amity, for the peaceful; Candor, for the honest; Dauntless, for the brave; or Erudite, for the intelligent.

    For those who may not be aware, many films released on DVD and Blu-ray include an audio commentary track, often featuring the director and other members of the cast and crew. What makes this “Divergent” commentary offered by Burger special is that it’s

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    Credit where credit is due: Arnold Schwarzenegger, the body builder turned action hero turned politician turned actor again, is now taking full advantage of his status as a living Internet meme.

    The Governator appeared on “The Tonight Show” this week to promote his upcoming film “Sabotage,” and took part in a ridiculous Home Shopping Channel-themed sketch with host Jimmy Fallon. Fallon took on the role of QVC host Zack Stryker, while Schwarzenegger played an overly enthusiastic pitchman version of himself. The pair demonstrates the features of two faux kitchen appliances - a blender and a vegetable chopper - but when Fallon’s character takes too long to describe the blender, Schwarzenegger begins yelling that it's time to "Get to the choppa!"

    That quote, of course, is a reference to Arnold's famous catchphrase from the 1987 action film "Predator," a line that has since become a meme unto itself. Naturally, the former California governor and "Terminator" star closed out the silly

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