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    Trailer Watch: The Invisible Woman

    The Invisible Woman, starring Felicity Jones, follows the life of Charles Dickens' longtime mistress.

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    Trailers from Hell: Allan Arkush on Norman Jewison's 'The Thrill of It All,' Starring Doris Day and James Garner

    It's Back to the Sixties! at Trailers from Hell this week, with director Allan Arkush introducing 1963's "The Thrill of It All," starring Doris Day and James Garner.

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    WATCH: New Trailer for George Clooney's 'Monuments Men' Sets a More Dramatic Tone

    A second trailer has arrived for George Clooney's "Monuments Men," considerably more dramatic than the first lighter and more commercial trailer that debuted in August.

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    Trailers from Hell: Mick Garris on 1956's 'Fire Maidens of Outer Space,' with Curvy Women Galore on Jupiter's 13th Moon

    Keep Watching the Skies! concludes at Trailers from Hell with director Mick Garris introducing "Fire Maidens of Outer Space," where hapless ’50s astronauts land on what we’re told is the 13th moon of Jupiter (which wasn’t discovered until 1974!) and find it’s another planet full of zaftig women who ...

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    Trailers from Hell: Ernest Dickerson on Hammer's 'The Creeping Unknown' (aka 'The Quartermass Xperiment')

    Keep Watching the Skies! continues at Trailers from Hell with Ernest Dickerson introducing Hammer's "The Creeping Unknown," starring Brian Donlevy and Jack Warren as a professor and inspector trying to get to the bottom of a mysterious rocket crash, which has left two crew members missing and one mu...

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    Trailer Watch: Shia Labeouf's Euro Trip Goes Haywire in 'Charlie Countryman,' with Evan Rachel Wood and Mads Mikkelsen

    A first trailer arrived yesterday for "Charlie Countryman." The film, which is the feature debut of commercials director Fredrik Bond, centers on a young man (Shia Labeouf) who while on a European vacation falls in love and trouble simultaneously when he meets Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood, playing a heavi...

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood Fall in Love Under Strange Circumstances in Kinetic 'Charlie Countryman' Trailer

    Ahead of its release next month, a trailer has been released for commercial director Fredrick Bond's directorial debut "Charlie Countryman." En route to Bucharest, the life of the titular character's (Shia LaBeouf) takes an unexpected turn when the passenger sitting next to him expires mid-flight. U...

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    Exclusive: Miranda Otto in Poster for Passionate Lesbian Romance 'Reaching for the Moon'

    Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere the poster for award-winning filmmaker Bruno Barreto's romance "Reaching For The Moon." The film, which screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, has also been awarded the Audience award at both the Outfest Film Festival and the Frameline Film Festival. Wolf...

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    Exclusive: Watch the Trailer for Dominique Benicheti's Lost 1973 Doc 'Cousin Jules'

    Awarded the jury prize at the Locarno Film Festival in 1973, Dominique Benicheti's beloved documentary "Cousin Jules" has remained unreleased in the U.S. until now. Ahead of its first stateside theatrical run at New York's Film Forum, Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere the trailer for the ...

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Alex Gibney's 'The Armstrong Lie'

    "I like to win, but more than anything I can't stand the idea of losing." So says Lance Armstrong at the outset of the first trailer for Alex Gibney's "The Armstrong Lie," which hits theaters November 8. Watch below.

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