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Check out this amazing fan-made, 1950s-style trailer for 'Inception'!

Needless to say, movie trailers have changed a lot in the past 60 years.  Trailers have steadily become bigger, badder, and some might argue, more effective.  Sometimes horrible movies have amazing trailers, and sometimes great movies are undermined by bad ones.  

To see just how much trailers have evolved, check out an awesome 1950s version of the Inception trailer, as well as the real trailer, after the jump.

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Michael Caine "confirms" 'Inception' ending -- but not really 

In an interview on a BBC Radio talk show, actor Michael Caine gave his own spin on one of the most talked about movies of the year. 

Warning - spoilers for Inception after the jump! 

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How Inception should have ended

You'd think the Inception gags would get old by now. I mean the movie has been out for almost two months. No sir. Here's a well made animation from the folks at How It Should Have Ended. It's a bit overdone, but gets pretty good in the end. Keep em coming guys!

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FoxTrot meets Inception

I've never been a huge FoxTrot fan, but this is damn clever. I think I've actually had this dream. Big thanks to TheOneRing for the link. Check out a lot more Bill Amend's comic online at Click on the picture to enhance. 


National Lampoon's Christmas Inception!

This officially puts all other Inception trailer mashups to shame. It's less a mashup than a frightening account of what Chevy Chase could do in a horror movie. If you haven't seen Christmas Vacation, I suggest you do so. It is required viewing material. 

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Here's the solution to Inception! (funny)

The last frame of this one gets me. This was sent to me by a friend. Everybody's been looking for plot holes in Inception and this may be it. I wish If I knew who made it, I would credit them. If you know, please post a comment or email me!


The Expendables debuts decently, Scott Pilgrim is in for a fight (box office) 

It seems that collecting every major action star and having them shoot shit for an hour and a half will get you $35 million. It's a far cry from today's biggest releases, but puts the movie well on its way to breaking its $70 million budget. At 64, Sylvester Stallone is officially an action star again. Julia Roberts ate, prayed, and loved her way to number two. The full Top 10 is below.

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The Other Guys extracts Inception from the #1 spot (box office)

I'm gonna get sad when I can't use terrible Inception jokes in these box office rundowns. Yes, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay have taken down the Christopher Nolan, who sat atop the box office for an impressive three weeks

  1. The Other Guys - $35,600,000 (Total: $35,600,000)
  2. Inception - $18,600,000 (Total: $227,732,000)
  3. Step Up 3-D - $15,500,000 (Total: $15,500,000)
  4. Salt - $11,100,000 (Total: $91,980,000)
  5. Dinner for Schmucks - $10,500,000 (Total: $46,746,000)
  6. Despicable Me - $9,400,000 (Total: $209,400,000)
  7. Cats & Dogs: TROKG - $6910,000 (Total: $26,436,000)
  8. Charlie St. Cloud - $4,700,000 (Total: $23,500,000)
  9. Toy Story 3 - $3,048,000 (Total: $396,317,000)
  10. The Kids Are All Right - $2,606,000 (Total: $14,011,000)

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Toy Story 3 meets Inception in this mashup (awesome)

I can't get enough of these Inception mashups. This one comes from the folks at ScreenRant. What is Toy Story 3 had been directed by Christopher Nolan? Watch the re-cut below. 

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X-Men: First Class script loses 12 pages after director sees Inception

Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass) enjoyed Inception, but it's success caused him to cut 12 pages from the X-Men: First Class script, he told the LA Times. The sequence, a battle with Professor X and other mutants fighting in a gravity-defying room, much like some memorable moments in Christopher Nolan's hit film. 

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