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That's why we're making things easy: We've compiled the 10 hottest movie trailers, casting tidbits, viral videos and hilarious blog rants to make waves in the movie world over the past seven days and put them all in one spot -- just for you.

From Rob Pattinson's embarrassing butt injury to the termination of Moon Bloodgood nudity in 'Terminator' to Freddy Krueger's makeover, here are the 10 most buzzed about things in movies this week.



From Rob Pattinson's embarrassing butt injury to the termination of Moon Bloodgood nudity in 'Terminator' to Freddy Krueger's makeover, behold the 10 most buzzed about things in movies this week. -- By Tom DiChiara

1. Robert Pattinson's Embarrassing Injury

'Twilight' heartthrob Robert Pattinson reportedly strained his buttocks while filming his very first scene for the 'Twilight' sequel 'New Moon' in Canada this week. But fear not, Edward Cullen devotees: No permanent damage was done to Pattinson's prized behind -- he promptly returned to work after having his glutes thoroughly massaged -- though he has since become the butt of countless jokes. Sorry.

Robert Pattinson Photos

    **FILE** In this Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008 file photo, actor Robert Pattinson poses backstage to promote his new movie "Twilight" at MTV's "Total Request Live" show in New York, (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, file)

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    (R-L) Actors Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson attend the "Twilight" Japan Premiere at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Japan Premiere Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863544), contact WireImage.com

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    (R-L) Actors Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson attend the "Twilight" Japan Premiere at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Japan Premiere Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863542), contact WireImage.com

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    Actor Robert Pattinson attends the "Twilight" Japan Premiere at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Japan Premiere Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863573), contact WireImage.com

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    Actor Robert Pattinson attends the "Twilight" Japan Premiere at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Japan Premiere Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863568), contact WireImage.com

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    (R-L) Actors Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson attend the "Twilight" Japan Premiere at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Japan Premiere Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863530), contact WireImage.com

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    Actor Robert Pattinson attends the "Twilight" press conference at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Press Conference Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863351), contact WireImage.com

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    Actor Robert Pattinson attends the "Twilight" press conference at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Press Conference Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863320), contact WireImage.com

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    Actor Robert Pattinson attends the "Twilight" press conference at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Press Conference Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863306), contact WireImage.com

    Jun Sato/WireImage.com

    Actors Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson attend the "Twilight" press conference at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open to the public on April 4 in Japan. "Twilight" Press Conference Tokyo, Japan February 27, 2009 Photo by Jun Sato/WireImage.com To license this image (56863243), contact WireImage.com

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2. 'Terminator' Gets Pizza-Hut Approved PG-13 Rating

Despite the better efforts of director McG, 'Terminator Salvation' will be the first flick in the man-vs.-cyborg franchise released without an R rating -- thanks to a Pizza Hut tie-in. Apparently following the age-old maxim that female toplessness and family-style pizza do not an appetizing combination make, Warner Bros. is going with a tamer version of the film. Though diehard fans of graphic sci-fi violence and Moon Bloodgood's breasts probably aren't stoked, they needn't lose faith: A little flick called 'The Dark Knight' was also rated PG-13, and that was pretty freaking badass if memory serves.



3. Jackie Earle Haley Is the New Freddy Krueger

Jackie Earle Haley & Freddy KruegerFreddy Krueger has a new face. And, no, it's not because he sprang for Botox in an effort to reduce the signs of aging. 'Watchmen' star (and former 'Bad News Bear') Jackie Earle Haley has been tapped to replace Robert Englund as everyone's favorite burnt-faced, knife-handed, dream-stalking horror villain in New Line's reboot of 'A Nightmare on Elm Street.' Two words: casting genius.

4. Ben Affleck in the 'Extract' Trailer

Judging by the newly released trailer for 'Extract,' 'Office Space' writer-director Mike Judge has another workplace gem on his hands. Boasting a comedic dream team that includes Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, Mila Kunis, J.K. Simmons and a scene-stealing, pot-smoking Ben Affleck, 'Extract' just might be a contender for funniest flick of the summer. Judd Apatow, watch your back.



5. 'Observe and Report' in Theaters

By far the riskiest movie of the year so far, 'Observe and Report' takes viewers' expectations and double-flushes them down the toilet. Seth Rogen is just barely likeable as a mall cop who doesn't just stick his toes in the crazy pool; he dives right in -- while the usually sweet Anna Faris plays a self-centered tramp with a weakness for tequila shots, pharmaceuticals and giving it up to anyone who looks her way. More 'Taxi Driver' than 'Paul Blart,' this extremely dark comedy is alternately brutally hilarious, unapologetically violent and seriously offensive. And we mean that as a compliment.





6. Neeson, Fiennes to Clash in 'Titans'

Liam NeesonGood friends Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes will play Greek Gods -- and mortal enemies -- Zeus and Hades, respectively, in the upcoming 'Clash of the Titans' remake. Sure, we have a soft spot for the original 1981'Titans,' with its unflinchingly awful special effects, cheesy dialogue and Harry Hamlin as Perseus -- but with Neeson and Fiennes now on board and 'Terminator Salvation' breakout Sam Worthington as Perseus, this reimagining is starting to feel truly epic.



7. Zac Efron's Pool Party on FunnyOrDie.com

Ever wonder what it'd be like to attend a pool party at Zac Efron's place? Wonder no more. In a clip posted over at FunnyOrDie.com, Efron's white-trash uncle (played by 'Reno 911!' comic genius Thomas Lennon) and wife crash a star-studded pool party at the '17 Again' star's house. Hilarity -- and hot-tub pooping -- ensues.



Zac Efron Photos

    U.S actor Zac Efron attends an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, April 3, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SPORT BASKETBALL HEADSHOT)

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    Actor Zac Efron, recipient of the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award, arrives for the ShoWest Award show at the Paris Las Vegas resort in Las Vegas, Nevada April 2, 2009. ShoWest is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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    Actor Zac Efron, recipient of the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award, poses during the ShoWest Award show at the Paris Las Vegas resort in Las Vegas, Nevada April 2, 2009. ShoWest is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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    Actor Zac Efron, recipient of the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award, is seen at the ShoWest Award show at the Paris Las Vegas resort in Las Vegas, Nevada April 2, 2009. ShoWest is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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    Actor Zac Efron, recipient of the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award, holds up his award during the ShoWest Award show at the Paris Las Vegas resort in Las Vegas, Nevada April 2, 2009. ShoWest is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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    Actor Zac Efron, recipient of the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award, holds up his award during the ShoWest Award show at the Paris Las Vegas resort in Las Vegas, Nevada April 2, 2009. ShoWest is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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    LAS VEGAS - APRIL 02: Actor Zac Efron accepts the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award during the ShoWest awards ceremony at the Paris Las Vegas during ShoWest, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, April 2, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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    LAS VEGAS - APRIL 02: Actor Zac Efron accepts the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award during the ShoWest awards ceremony at the Paris Las Vegas during ShoWest, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, April 2, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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    Actor Zac Efron accepts the Breakthrough Performer of the Year award at the ShoWest 2009 Award Ceremony, Thursday, April 2, 2009, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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    Actor Zac Efron accepts the Breakthrough Performer of the Year award at the ShoWest 2009 Award Ceremony, Thursday, April 2, 2009, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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8. Videogum's Hunt for the Worst Movie of All Time

The Last KissVideogum.com blogger Gabe is on a mission to unearth the worst movie ever made, one hilariously scatological -- and spot-on -- blog post a week. 'A.I.' and 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' have already felt his wrath -- and now it's Zach Braff's turn, as Gabe rips the 'The Last Kiss' a new one for its validation of emotionally stunted man-children. Choice quote: "If Zach Braff is the everyman then a gun full of bullets should be the everyman's breakfast." Poetry.



9. 'Everyone Poops' Trailer

By now, you've probably seen the chills-and-nostalgia-inducing trailer for Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's beloved children's book 'Where the Wild Things Are.' What you may not have seen is a similar trailer, also set to Arcade Fire's 'Wake Up' and also featuring puppets, for Spike Jonze's non-existent adaptation of another children's classic: 'Everyone Poops.' You'll laugh until you poop.



10. 'Borat' Director to Helm Geriatric Sex Comedy

Larry CharlesLarry Charles has dealt with some pretty bawdy sex stuff in his films -- after all, he's helmed both 'Borat' and 'Bruno' with Sacha Baron Cohen. Unfazed by his past experiences filming inadvertent man-on-man action, awkward man-on-call-girl action and the like, he'll next tackle old-person-on-old-person sex in 'Winter's Discontent,' a comedy about a sexually frustrated widower and his best buddy who move into a retirement community in the hopes of getting laid. Don't even try to pretend you're not intrigued.