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What's Hot on Inside Movies: 'Star Trek' Sequel, Mel Gibson Provokes Protest, Robert Downey Jr. a New Sex Symbol

by Betsey Denberg, posted Dec 30th 2009 3:10PM
We're just a day away from bidding farewell to 2009, but that doesn't mean we stop reporting the news. So, take a break from fighting the return lines at the mall and spend some time with Inside Movies, catching up on the latest Hollywood news.

This year we said goodbye to one of the greatest names in musical history, Michael Jackson, but we'll never forget the impact he made on the world. The National Film Registry is making sure of this as they selected 'Thriller' as the first music video ever to be preserved.We're just a day away from bidding farewell to 2009, but that doesn't mean we stop reporting the news. So, take a break from fighting the return lines at the mall and spend some time with Inside Movies, catching up on the latest Hollywood news.

This year we said goodbye to one of the greatest names in musical history, Michael Jackson, but we'll never forget the impact he made on the world. The National Film Registry is making sure of this as they selected 'Thriller' as the first music video ever to be preserved.

Actress Zoe Saldana gave 'Star Trek' fans a nice holiday surprise when she recently revealed that J.J. Abrams is in the process of working on the sequel.

Oh Mel Gibson, never a dull moment when it comes to his life. This time his upcoming movie project has provoked a protest at the Veracruz Prison.

Step aside Brad Pitt, it looks like Robert Downey Jr. is moving in on your territory as the grown-up girls sex symbol.

We're just a day away from wrapping up 2009, a year that was filled with shape-shifting robots, hungover guys, and of course sparkling vampires. So take a trip down movie memory lane with our editor's top 10 movies of 2009.

James McAvoy has been selected to play the next best thing to 007: Ian Fleming, the man who created everyone's favorite spy.

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