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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Cozy Up to Michael Cera, Andy Serkis Riddles 'Batman,' James Franco Reaches New Heights

by Daynah Burnett, posted Jan 7th 2010 6:00PM
Around here the only thing that we like as much as TV is the movies! Luckily, we've got our blog-brothers over at Inside Movies to keep us posted on everything that's happening on the big screen. Right about now is when we give the remote a rest a check out the day's hottest posts.

Think you know Michael Cera? Check out this fact sheet that gives you the low-down on young Hollywood's funniest Canadian by far.Around here the only thing that we like as much as TV is the movies! Luckily, we've got our blog-brothers over at Inside Movies to keep us posted on everything that's happening on the big screen. Right about now is when we give the remote a rest to check out the day's hottest posts.

Think you know Michael Cera? Check out this fact sheet that gives you the low-down on young Hollywood's funniest Canadian.

After many successful supporting roles (and an awesomely campy stint on 'General Hospital') James Franco will get to show whether he can hold his own solo. He's signed on to star as heroic climber Aron Ralston, the man who cut off his own hand after spending five days pinned to the side of a Utah mountain in 2003.

Not that we're surprised, but 'Avatar' officially becomes the No. 3 highest-grossing film of all time.

Andy Serkis, the face and voice behind 'Lord of the Rings'' Golem, reveals that he has his sights set on playing The Riddler in the next installment of Christopher Nolan's 'Batman' films.

People are talking about 'Big River Man,' the Sundance award-winning documentary about endurance swimmer Martin Strel, the guy who swam the length of some of the world's longest rivers. Why does he do it? Check out the DVD trailer and see for yourself.

Vampires and Sandra Bullock. No, it's not the punchline to a bad joke, it's the winners of last night's People's Choice Awards.

And finally, stare into Inside Movies' warped little crystal ball, with Ten Totally Random Predictions for 2010.

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