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Jon Favreau Has Fun Interviewing Harrison Ford for Cowboys & Aliens!

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You know those generic interviews you get for almost every movie that actually gets released? Well, Jon Favreau decided that it might be fun to conduct those interviews and make them a little bit less generic. The result is a series of two-to-three minute interviews with Cowboys & Aliens star Harrison Ford that are anything but.

Check them out following the jump. Some language might be NSFW.

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I Am NUMBER FOUR Profiles: Number 6 and Sarah!

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We’re a week away from the release of D.J. Caruso’s I Am NUMBER FOUR and the folks at Disney/DreamWorks have released a couple of video profiles – Dianna Agron’s Sarah, and Teresa Palmer’s Number 6 – to whet your appetite. Check them out after the jump.

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DVD: Dinner For Schmucks Absurd Comedy Is Just Mean Enough!

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Dinner for Schmucks is an American remake of a much darker French farce called Le Diner de Cons [loosely translated, The Dinner Game]. It is built around the idea that Tim Conrad [Paul Rudd] can win a promotion not because of a brilliant idea he pitches at a board meeting of Fender Financial, but by bringing the most spectacular guest to a very special dinner – a dinner where each of the company’s top executives befriends a person of “extraordinary talent” and brings them to said dinner. The catch is that “extraordinary talent” is a euphemism for “idiot.” If Tim can bring the most the spectacularly idiotic person to the dinner, he can gain his promotion.

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