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    New Trailer for Andrea Arnold's Gorgeous & Cruel 'Wuthering Heights'

    The latest from Andrea Arnold, the director behind "Wasp," "Red Road" and "Fish Tank," is an unexpected take on Emily Brontë’s "Wuthering Heights." As with her previous works, the film is visceral and naturalistic, with Robbie Ryan providing startlingly gorgeous and effective cinematography that pro...

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    Watch the Teaser for Spielberg's 'Lincoln' Before Epic Trailer Premiere [Video]

    Remember when trailers merely appeared on TV screens and in front of movies at the theater? Those days are long gone. Now trailers get premieres of their own. It should thus come as no surprise that the trailer for Steven Spielberg's hotly-anticipated "Lincoln" will debut at an epic scale, being liv...

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    Trailer Watch: HBO's The Girl

    HBO has released a chilling full trailer for The Girl starring Sienna Miller as Tippi Hedren and Toby Jones as Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Gwyneth Hughes, The Girl looks at Hedren and Hitchcock's on-set relationship during the filming of The Birds. As we reported, during the HBO TCA panel for t...

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    Trailer: NYFF '12 Screening Doc 'The Savoy King: Chick Webb & The Music That Changed America'

    A trailer has surfaced for the Swing-era feature documentary The Savoy King: Chick Webb & The Music That Changed America, which screens at the New York Film Festival starting this month.

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    Trailers from Hell: John Landis on the Pretty Terrible 'Horror of Party Beach'

    John Landis starts the "Mutants, Ghosts & Devils" week with the trailer for "The Horror of Party Beach"...

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    Watch: Trailer for Toronto World Premiere 'A Late Quartet' With Hoffman, Keener and Walken (Video)

    With "The Master" soaking up admiration from all corners of the fall festival field (it just won multiple awards at Venice), it's easy to forget that star Philip Seymour Hoffman has another movie on tap, the drama "A Late Quartet." The film, which also features Catherine K...

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    Watch: First Trailer For 'A Late Quartet' Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener & More

    The world of classical music isn't one that's explored often in the movies, but when it is, it can often prove prime awards territory -- think of "Amadeus" or "Shine," which each featured composers and musicians, and which each picked up Oscars (or in the case of the former, several) for their troub...

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    Virgil Films Grabs Richard Ledes' 'Fred Won't Move Out' Starring Elliot Gould (Video)

    Virgil Films has acquired U.S. rights to Richard Ledes’ “Fred Won’t Move Out” at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film opens in New York September 21 at BAM Rose Cinemas with a multi-city theatrical rollout and DVD and digital releases to follow.

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    Trailer Watch: A Miserable Melissa Leo & Her Cats in 'Francine'

    Melissa Leo stars as a woman fresh out of prison who settles down in small-town North America in "Francine," from writer-directors Briam M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky. The film, nearly silent, focuses on Leo's character as she tries to regain a foothold in society through a series of temp jobs and ...

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    Trailers from Hell: David Decoteau Invites You to Get Caught in 'Tourist Trap'

    "Serial Killer Week!" concludes at Trailers from Hell with director David DeCoteau introducing low-budget creepshow "Tourist Trap" from producer Charles Band, who DeCoteau calls "a close second to Roger Corman."

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