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A Day of Images: Potter 5, Georgia Rule, Australia

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Tomorrow will conclude the first full week of my attempt to revamp this site as TV & Film entertainment news (sorry, this is a Lohan upskirt-free zone, you can get plenty of that right over here. It seems that few blogs (even the big ones) take the time to post on the weekends, even the mostly content-free yet heavily posted TV Squad has just two posts up this morning.

There may only be enough news for one post today, maybe two, but I'll happily let in you whats going on this weekend, starting with new pictures from a trio of upcoming films, also with a dose of the quickies.

  • Apparently Sony has made the entire Spider-Man 3 soundtrack available on MySpace. I only have one question: WHY MYSPACE?!

  • Check out the brand new trailer for horror shocker Captivity, staring Elisha Cuthbert.

  • Sci Fi Wire had a chat with actor John Schneider who is staring in two new original Sci Fi Channel films. C'mon, you know you like 'em. How can you not like a movie named Ogre?

  • Variety points out the unavoidable hypocrisy of censorship.

  • IGN's weekly series with their editors focuses on what they'd like to see happen in the upcoming spring season finales of many hit shows.
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