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    Watch: New Trailer for the Wachowskis' 'Jupiter Ascending'

    A new trailer has landed for Andy and Lana Wachowski's science fiction mindbender 'Jupiter Ascending,' starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum. Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow take the film to theaters on February 6, 2015.

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    Why 'Jupiter Ascending' Really Got Pushed (TRAILER)

    Want to know the real reason why Warner Bros. is pushing back "Matrix" creators Andy and Lana Wachowski's “Jupiter Ascending,” starring Mila Kunis and a puckish Channing Tatum, from summer season July 18 to off-peak Feb. 6, 2015? It's not only the recent studio trend to invest more time and money in...

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    With 'Jupiter Ascending' Pushed Back, Has Luck Run Out For The Wachowskis?

    With six weeks to go before the film was set to open, with TV spots and trailers already out in the world, Warner Bros. made the bold move earlier this week to yank their summer sci-fi blockbuster "Jupiter Ascending" from their slate, and reschedule it for the far less glamorous slot of February 6, ...

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    VFX Delays Push "Jupiter Ascending" To 2015

    Warners announced that the Wachowskis' "Jupiter Ascending", starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis has moved out of July 18th and into February (2/6 to be exact) of next year due to special effects delays.

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    Ouch: Wachowskis 'Jupiter Ascending' Moved From Prime Summer Date To Winter 2015

    In July 2010, Warner Bros. dropped "Inception." The following year, the blockbuster choice was "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows: Part 2," and in 2012, it was "The Dark Knight Rises." Last year, the July anchor fell to "Man Of Steel." And so in 2014, it seemed the studio was feeling pretty confide...

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