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    Trailers from Hell: Larry Karaszewski on 'Hannibal Brooks,' Starring an Elephant-Rescuing Oliver Reed

    Oliver Reed Week! concludes at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Larry Karaszewski introducing Michael Winner's "Hannibal Brooks," starring Reed as an escaped POW who rescues an elephant from a bombed-out Nazi zoo and tries to get her to Switzerland.

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    Watch: First Trailer for Adam Wingard's Buzzy 'You're Next' Promises Morbid Fun

    When it debuted as a Midnight Madness selection at Toronto way back in 2011, "You're Next" won a slew of heavily dedicated fans and some significant praise, that only escalated when it was subsequently shelved for a year. While the film may not be anything overly groundbreaking (you can read our pos...

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    Weekend Preview: Peek Inside 'Room 237' and Visit 'Place Beyond the Pines'; 'The Host' Getting Roasted

    A number of appealing cinematic treats open this weekend. Derek Cianfrance's crime saga "The Place Beyond the Pines," starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes, is receiving solid critical praise, while Rodney Ascher's documentary "Room 237," examining the wonkiest wonks' theories about K...

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    Watch: Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy Reunite and Secrets Are Revealed in 'Before Midnight' Trailer

    For fans of "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset," the beloved first and second parts of Richard Linklater's naturalistic chronicling of the chance romance between Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy), it's been a torturous couple of months leading up to the release of part three, "Before Mid...

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    Watch: Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer See Their Vacation Take a Turn for the Worst in 'Wish You Were Here' Trailer

    Australian film collective Blue-Tongue Films has given rise to some pretty serious film talents over the last decade such as "Animal Kingdom"'s David Michod and "Hesher"'s Spencer Susser, as well as giving on screen talent like brothers Joel and Nash Edgerton (who also directed "The Square") and Mia...

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    Watch: Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy Are Reunited In The Trailer For Richard Linklater's 'Before Midnight'

    Made nine years apart from each other, Richard Linklater's "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset" hold a very special place in the hearts of many, in terms of contemporary romances. The first film, released in 1995, saw Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy play twentysomethings who spend a night together in Vi...

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    Watch: Colin Firth Loses His Accent and Fakes His Death In New 'Arthur Newman' Trailer

    In "Arthur Newman," the latest from writer Becky Johnston ("Seven Years In Tibet," "Prince of Tides"), Colin Firth doesn't just get rid of his accent; he discards his dwindling life and takes on a new, versatile one.

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    Trailers from Hell: Josh Olson on 'Sitting Target,' Starring a Malevolent Oliver Reed

    Oliver Reed Week! continues at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Josh Olson introducing "Sitting Target," starring Reed as a crazed convict who breaks prison to kill his unfaithful wife.

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    Watch: Leonardo DiCaprio Loses His Cool in Two New 'Great Gatsby' Trailers

    More of the glitz and drama of Baz Luhrmann's much-anticipated "The Great Gatsby" has spilled across a small screen near you in two new TV spots. The 3D film, which opens the 66th Festival du Cannes on May 15 -- twelve years after Luhrmann's last period spectacular "Moulin Rouge" kicked off the fest...

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    Tugg Partners with Codeblack Films For Special Screenings of Shola Lynch's 'Free Angela & All Political Prisoners'

    Tugg, a web platform that allows moviegoers to vote on what appears at their local cineplexes, is partnering with Lionsgate's Codeblack Films on making Shola Lynch's TIFF documentary "Free Angela & All Political Prisoners" available to screen nationwide. The film opens in select cities on April ...

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