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Most anticipated films of 2012

HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – Start saving some of your money because you're going to be buying a lot of movie tickets this year. Here’s a preview of some of the most anticipated films of 2012.

Mexico, Australia, Japan, United States, China

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Mexico, a large brawl broke out at a prison and 30-inmates are dead. The chaos is blamed on 2-drug cartels that are at war.

Number 1's of 2011

HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – A New Year has begun with lots of new entertainment in the works but who came out on top in Hollywood in 2011?

Australia, Japan, Mexico, England

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Australia, where a 28-year-old surfer in survived a shark attack last night and his friends saw it all go down. The shark was about 6-foot long, the size of his surfboard.

2011 Year in Movies

HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – 2011 was the year of the sequels. It was also the year of the lowest movie attendance since the mid-nineties. But which movie was number one at the box office this year?

New Federal Regulations bans Truckers and Bus Drivers from using cell phones

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) - Starting today truckers and bus drivers have to put down their cellphones. The ban makes it illegal for truckers to use their cellphones while driving, accept if they use a hands free device.

New in Entertainment - January 3, 2012

NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – New DVDs to kick off the New Year feature something for everyone.

North Korea, Libya, Colombia, United Kingdom, Cuba

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – North Korea, people gathered for a massive rally swearing allegiance to their country's new leader.

"Mission Impossible" tops the box office again

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) – “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” topped the box office for the second weekend in a row. 1. “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” – $31.3-million

Iran, Nigeria, Afghanistan, France

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Iran, still conducting military drills. The country test fired 2-missiles today claiming to have complete control of the Strait of Hormuz. That’s where 40-percent of the world’s oil travels through.