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Adventure Time Memory of a Memory on Cartoon Network

Adventure Time Memory of a Memory on Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network has been roaring along lately with the awesome animated offerings, and Adventure Time continually ranks on top of the list for what we’re getting! Tonight’s episode (airing July 25th, for you calendar folks out there!) finds Finn and Jake inside Marceline’s mind. That’s right, you read correctly – we’re adventuring inside a brain! When Marceline accidentally casts a sleep spell on herself, it’s up to our boys (er… boy and dog) to “head” inside, find her Memory Core, and retrieve the spell from her memory, or else she’ll sleep on forever. It’s kind of like Inception, with a whole lot of Rag Wizard thrown in. Check out these sneak peek teaser clips and let us know what you think – then head over to the CN tonight and check out the episode for yourself!

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole makes box office debut

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole makes box office debut

This past weekend, a legend was born on the screen. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps!! No… wait. Well, OK, the Wall Street movie did come in first once all was said and done at the box office. But, more importantly to us, the Owls of Ga’Hoole got their time to shine as well, with Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole just missing the top spot in it’s first weekend at theaters. Pulling in just over $16 million dollars over the three day span, the film is running on a par with expectations, which predict the tale to catch on slowly, but pick up steam as it goes. Alpha and Omega, the other animated flick in the bunch, was down to 8th place in it’s 5th week at the box office. Have you seen either, both, or neither?

Toy Story 3 and Despicable Me can’t hold the box office against Inception

Toy Story 3 and Despicable Me can't hold the box office against Inception

Movie buffs have had a lot of great cinema in the past few weeks to keep them busy at the box office. Seemingly each week this year, there’s been a must-see movie, more often than not an animated one! Though despite two recent toon juggernauts running the show at the box theaters, it was Inception (from the creators of Batman’s The Dark Knight) that walked away with the top prize this week. Universal’s Despicable Me held it’s own at third place with $23 million, with Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 3 pulling in another $9 million. Nickelodeon’s Avatar film, the Last Airbender, also grabbed another $4 million for it’s total. The box office list finished up with Tom Cruise’s Knight and Day, not to be confused with the Pixar short Day & Night. Take a look at the full weekend box office list!

Riddler to battle the Dark Knight in the next Batman film

Riddler to battle the Dark Knight in the next Batman film

As work gets underway for the newest movie installment in the Batman franchise, much speculation is running rampant on who the villain of the story will be. Between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, so far we’ve seen; Ra’s al Ghul, Two-Face, the Joker, mobsters Carmine Falcone and Salvatore Maroni, Mr. Zsasz, and the Scarecrow to name a few. The bad guys leading the rumor pack are Catwoman, the Penguin, and the Riddler. A recent report suggests that director Christopher Nolan has already made his choice: selecting Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who stars in Nolan’s Inception, to play The Riddler. This, in no way, is 100% confirmed, and as now should only be treated as a rumor, but to pose a riddle to you — what would you think of this casting?

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