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From "Why are their eyes blue?" to "What's up with that floating Stellan Skarsgård?"
Denis Villeneuve's sprawling sci-fi epic makes its weirding way to theaters this October
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As Otis, Ned Beatty made everyone in Superman better
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This post discusses the plot and ending of Army Of The Dead.