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    Watch: Susan Sarandon, Amy Sedaris & More Kicking It Old School In 'Ping Pong Summer' Trailer

    Complete with Hi-Top Nikes and "phat" hip-hop beats, the mid-80s never seemed so cool.

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    Trailers from Hell Wears 'Coonskin'

    Today on Trailers from Hell, Larry Karaszewski tackles Ralph Bakshi's controversial 1975 "Coonskin," an animated satire on race relations.

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    Watch: The Charming Lads Are Back For 'The Trip To Italy' in New Trailer

    In this follow up to the hit 2010 comedy series turned film, Steve and Rob are back in action, only this time, they've added a little Mediterranean flavor.

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    Tribeca Video: 'Starred Up' Director on Deciphering Prison-Slang and Getting His Film Seen

    On Monday night, Indiewire's Eric Kohn spoke with David Mackenzie and Jack O'Connell about their prison drama, "Starred Up," which currently plays at Tribeca. The moderated talk is part of a series of "Meet the Filmmaker" conversations that are being hosted at two of New York's Apple Stores.

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    Watch Griffin Dunne Trek To A Weird Woodsy Reenactment Camp in 'The Discoverers' Trailer

    "The Discoverers" is Justin Schwarz's feature debut, a dysfunctional family road trip tale with some quirky, unprecedented elements.

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    Watch: 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Star Adele Exarchopoulos Seems Anything But 'Insecure' in New French Trailer 'Qui Vive'

    The co-breakout from last year's Cannes' winner is back in a romantic drama with "Zero Dark Thirty" and "A Prophet" star Reda Kateb.

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    Trailer Watch: Diane Kurys' For a Woman + Exclusive Artwork

    The post-war love-triangle drama is the Oscar-nominated Kurys' latest semi-autobiographical film.

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    David Fincher Photographs Rosamund Pike's Smeared Dark Side for W Magazine UPDATED

    UPDATE: Rosamund Pike, aka the "Gone Girl" at the center of David Fincher's latest thriller set to hits theaters in October, graces the cover of May's W Magazine. The cover image and photo spread inside were taken by Fincher. Check it out, plus the film's recently released trailer, below.

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    Trailer Watch: A Young Woman Searches for Her Real Identity in Ida

    "Ida" promises gorgeous black-and-white compositions and a powerful story about family and identity.

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    Want to Know How Many Characters Died in Your Favorite Films? This Website Has the Answer (CLIPS)

    These days, deaths in Hollywood movies are, quite literally, dime-a-dozen, and we're left with a feeling once articulated, unfortunately, by Stalin: "One death is a tragedy; one million is a statistic." Well, website Movie Body Counts has evinced this feeling to a T. The folks behind the site have d...

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