Spring Fever

Whether you're awaiting a visit from Peter Cottontail or sleeping in a Best Buy parking lot ahead of tomorrow's big iPad debut, Movieline's Week in Review is here to keep you company. Click through for any important developments you might have missed -- or just to relive the glory all over again -- and have a great weekend!

· Another packed week of interviews welcomed Carey Mulligan, Edward Norton, Michel Gondry, Pierce Brosnan, John Corbett, Lizzy Caplan, Joel Gretsch, Greatest filmmaker Shana Feste, Project Runway castoff Anthony Williams and Verge designee Liam Hemsworth.

· From Step Up to Heidi Montag's breasts, 3-D has never been hotter. Or more dangerous for your kids.

· Holy crap, we gave a ton of trailers our Two-Minute Verdict, including The A-Team, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Knight & Day, The Expendables, Animal Kingdom, Life During Wartime, Best Worst Movie, Tomorrow, When the War Began and the final season of The Hills.

· And recaps! So many recaps: United States of Tara, South Park, Dancing With the Stars, V, Lost, Parenthood and The Real Housewives on New York City.

· Two real apologies and one fake one later, we're still waiting for these screenwriters to say they're sorry.

· American Idol got soulful, which was either the cause or effect of Simon's efforts to sabotage the show. Nobody can know for sure.

· Avatar: Home may change blockbusters yet, but it'll never hold a candle to Christopher Walken's The Mind Snatchers.

· Is is too harsh to suggest that Kenneth Turan get the Katy Perry Kid's Choice sliming treatment for his transgressions against criticism?

· A diverse group of Movieline lists encompassed Levi Johnston, Navy Seals, Steven Soderbergh and drunk-celebrity interviews. You are welcome.



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