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Hungry man, indeed: The Star Trek Into Darkness actor isn't content to take in a film without some sizable snacks on hand. "Give me that great big bag of popcorn and the Red Vines," Pine said. "I need both for this movie."
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Sit back and enjoy the movie? Not so for the Looper star, who sends his popcorn flying while agonizing over the film he pretends to watch as part of our PEOPLE photo shoot in which celebs showed off their best film-watching faces. "I don't know what to do," Gordon-Levitt said before finding his inspiration.
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"Can I react to a sad movie?" inquired The Hunger Games's Effie Trinket before putting on her most demure and wistful expression.
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The venerable star happily takes his seat before the start of the faux show. "Well, this is interesting," he quipped.
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The actress (and MTV Movie Awards stage crasher) stops mid-bite to ponder what's happening before her.
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'Scared silly' is an appropriate description for Hugo star Butterfield, who does his best to shield himself from the horror unfolding onscreen with both his bare hands and his food.
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So often behind the lens, director Lin (who's worked on Community and the Fast and Furious franchise) treats himself to a role in front of the camera and a tasty offering. "These Lemonheads are good," he pronounced.
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