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Real Steel Fun Facts!

DreamWorks Studios’ REAL STEEL, starring Hugh Jackman, muscles its way into the Home Entertainment arena on Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital and On-Demand on January 24, 2012. Check out these Fun Facts from the movie! Back to Article

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shadowthehedgehog11
shadowthehedgehog11 wrote:
2012-07-09 06:24:51 -0700

i LUV real steel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BEST MOVIE MADE KNOWN TO MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ObeyMySwaqq♥
ObeyMySwaqq♥ wrote:
2012-04-20 15:18:37 -0700

that was a good movie .(:

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Jayfeather1999
Jayfeather1999 wrote:
2012-01-16 12:34:32 -0800

must see

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A-N-A-Z-H-I-A
A-N-A-Z-H-I-A wrote:
2012-01-12 15:51:01 -0800

tbh i hate fun facts cuz they anit fun

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-LadyOfTheWood_1829050
-LadyOfTheWood_1829050 wrote:
2012-01-10 14:04:21 -0800

Real Steel fun fact: Hugh Jackman is hot.

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koria777 poop
koria777 poop wrote:
2012-01-09 14:31:40 -0800

OMG I LOVE THAT MOVIE IT MADE ME CRY

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Cassie_Loves_u
Cassie_Loves_u wrote:
2012-01-09 12:42:09 -0800

I Love Real Steel.I Saw It With My 2 Sister And Her Boyfriend And 1 of my sister's cried.it's a really good movie.i wanna watch it again Big Grin

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