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    Post-Apocalyptic Trailer Watch: Tom Cruise's 'Oblivion' & Will Smith's 'After Earth' UPDATE

    As Criticwire's Matt Singer humorously points out, the Hollywood pipeline currently holds two sci-fi films about lone survivors on post-apocalyptic Earths -- and both star Scientologists...

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    Trailer of the Week: 'Upstream Color' Teases the Return of Sci-Fi Puzzle-Maker Shane Carruth

    No matter how many times one watches Shane Carruth's 2004 debut feature "Primer," the writer-director-star's head-spinningly audacious time travel movie, it's still one of the most cryptic science fiction movies ever made. Carruth's screenplay, a hodgepodge of real science and far-reaching hypothese...

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    Trailers from Hell: Alan Spencer on Pop-Eyed Brit Comic Marty Feldman's 'Last Remake of Beau Geste'

    Marty Feldman Week! begins at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing "The Last Remake of Beau Geste," which was so drastically re-cut by the studio before its release that Feldman rejected a positive New York Times review, writing the critic and telling him he was wrong.

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    Watch: Abbie Cornish Smuggles Illegal Immigrants Across the Border for Cash in 'The Girl' Trailer (VIDEO)

    You know the only reason you've got my Georgie and not me is because of money," a Texas woman (Abbie Cornish) slings at her mother early into the trailer for David Riker's "The Girl," and she's right. Issues of money are what set the trailer, and the film, into motion -- but it seems money has no tr...

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    Trailers from Hell: Sam Hamm on Hammer's 'Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll'

    Jekyll and Hyde Week concludes at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Sam Hamm introducing Hammer's "The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll," notorious in its day as "the movie where Jekyll becomes Hyde by turning his back and -- quick! -- pulling his beard off."

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    Watch: Angry Alien Gives Chase Through Industrial Maze in Trailer for 'Storage 24' (VIDEO)

    If public storage facilities in London are anything like Manhattan Mini Storage, no one need introduce monsters to their innumerable identical aisles to produce terror in patrons. In "Storage 24," though, the management doesn't seem to be responsible for the "mystery predator" stalking the corridors...

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    Trailers from Hell: Sam Hamm on Jean Renoir's Made-for-TV 'Testament of Dr. Cordelier'

    Jekyll and Hyde Week continues at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Sam Hamm introducing Jean Renoir's "The Testament of Dr. Cordelier," an unauthorized Robert Louis Stevenson adaptation.

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    Watch: Lars Ulrich, Tom Petty, Trent Reznor and Others in Trailer for Dave Grohl's Sundance Documentary 'Sound City' (VIDEO)

    Dave Grohl's chest must have swelled just a little to hear one of the interviewees in his new documentary "Sound City" exclaim, "We chose Sound City because 'Nevermind' was recorded there!" Grohl's directorial debut, which will premiere at Sundance 2013, traces th...

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    Watch: Zany Trailer for Roman Coppola's 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III' Starring Charlie Sheen (VIDEO)

    Wes Anderson's frequent behind-the-scenes collaborator, Roman Coppola, returns to directing for the first time in nine years with "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III." In its wry depictions of louche 70s-era carousing, cowboy-themed hallucinations and questionably designed men's tennis ga...

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    Rachel Weisz Talks 'Deep Blue Sea,' Consuming Love [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] UPDATE

    Rachel Weisz is a terrific actress at the height of her beauty and power who is trying to push good roles up the hill, with varying results, from "The Whistleblower" to "Agoura."  (More mainstream thriller "Dream House" yielded husband Daniel Craig, but was not a c...

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