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Movie-Con III: More Details Are Here
Let Me In, Narnia & Cowboys and Aliens

09 August 2010  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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Ladies and gentlemen, with Movie-Con III fast approaching, we're finally allowed to bring you some more details on the line-up you'll be seeing this year. And this year's selection is probably stronger than ever.

You already know that The Expendables will be screening on Friday night and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World providing a triumphant finale on Sunday. And you know that Tron: Legacy will be previewing footage inbetween. But joining it today are four more tasty options.

First of all there's Let Me In, Matt Reeve's much-anticipated take on Let The Right One In and the remake it's OK to be excited about. Then there's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, which will be bringing us a taste of the latest Narnian adventure (they're all at sea this time. Literally though; don't worry).

Then there's Ryan Reynolds being buried alive in, er, Buried. That one's probably not suited for claustrophobics, but is suited to everyone who's a fan of the future Green Lantern (i.e. everyone). And last (of today's missives) but by no means least, is Jon Favreau's Cowboys and Aliens, where Indiana Jones and James Bond Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig save the Old West from alien invasion. Yes, we know: it's going to be AWESOME.

Movie-Con III runs this coming weekend at the BFI Southbank. Keep checking back for all the lastest Movie-Con news,


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