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    Watch: Earth Is A Memory In New Trailer For Tom Cruise's 'Oblivion'

    We have to say, with each passing trailer, Joseph Kosinski's upcoming "Oblivion" looks better and better. What once seemed like a "Wall-E" for adults has become something of an anticipated sci-fi tentpole, boasting an intriguing concept, some pretty impressive effects and a vibe we can get down with...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Disney's 'Planes,' Dane Cook Takes Lead Voice Role

    When Disney first announced that there was going to be a spin-off to everyone’s least favorite Pixar franchise (“Cars”), the news wasn’t particularly exciting, or surprising, for that matter. The "Cars" franchise rakes in billions of dollars in merchandise sales, so we could be getting "Cars"-relate...

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    Watch: First Trailer & Poster For 'Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2'

    Well, there will be no other movies this year that will make a leak/leek pun, so in that regard, "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2" stands alone. But it's also going to be the only movie this year with food that talks. And swims. And drives boats.

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    Watch: First Trailer For 'The Conjuring' The Latest Loud Noises Horror From The Guy Behind 'Insidious' & 'Saw'

    While everyone likes to complain about them, the bottom line is audiences love loud noises horror movies. You know, the ones where cameras linger on empty rooms or closets in dead silence only for something to bump in the night. Hell, the "Paranormal Activity" franchise has milked that con...

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    Watch: Trailer For SXSW Audience Award Winning Sex Slavery Drama ‘Eden’ Starring Jamie Chung

    Jamie Chung-starring “Eden,” the based-on-a-true-story drama about a Korean-American girl kidnapped and held in sex slavery for two years and 2012 SXSW Audience Award winner has just dropped its first trailer. While the film supposedly revolves around Chung’s manipulation of her ca...

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    Let's Cause Some Trouble: New Red Band Trailer For 'Spring Breakers'

    If somehow the "Spring Breakers" featurette, new poster and Cahiers Du Cinema cover (seriously) from earlier today weren't enough for you, here's yet another red band taste of Harmony Korine's neon glazed latest.

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    The Next Hot YA Franchise? Watch The Trailer For 'The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones'

    "Twilight" is done, "The Hunger Games" is off and running, and Hollywood is itching to find a new YA franchise to pin their bank accounts one. Warner Bros. flopped earlier this month with "Beautiful Creatures," a supernatural Southern Gothic spin on the romance between ...

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    Watch: Trailer For Jane Campion's Crime Miniseries 'Top Of The Lake' Starring Elisabeth Moss

    So, are you finished with "House of Cards"? Are you eager for another auteur driven, accomplished drama featuring a first rate cast? Well, in just a few weeks you'll be able sink your teeth into Jane Campion's six-part "Top of the Lake" led by "Mad Men" star Eli...

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Games Of Thrones' Finally Delivers Footage From Season 3

    Are you ready to return to Westeros? In just over a month, Sunday nights will be delivering one of the most beloved shows in recent memory with the return of "Game Of Thrones." And now a new look at the season has finally arrived.

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    Watch: Trailer For Antonio Campos' Indie Chiller 'Simon Killer'

    The producers behind the acclaimed “Martha Marcy May Marlene” and Antonio Campos, the director of the 2008 indie “Afterschool,” are back with “Simon Killer,” an unsettling character study set in Paris which premiered at Sundance last year. The film gathered strong buzz at the festival, with IFC Film...

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