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    Trailer Watch: 'Iron Man 3' - 'Heroes...There is No Such Thing'

    Following the box office success of the superhero ego orgy, "The Avengers," we still have more sequels tracking the individual trajectories of each character. Enter the trailer for "Iron Man 3."

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    Trailers from Hell: John Landis on UK-Banned, 1930s Horror Classic 'Island of Lost Souls'

    Pre-Halloween Horrors! week begins at Trailers from Hell with director John Landis introducing 1932's "Island of Lost Souls," starring Charles Laughton as the gleefully maniacal Dr. Moreau overseeing his House of Pain, and Bela Lugosi as "part man... part beast!"

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    Watch Clip: Zemeckis’ Harrowing Plane Crash in 'Flight,' Starring Washington

    Check out this tour-de-force clip from the beginning of Bob Zemeckis's return to live-action, "Flight" (Nov. 2). The Paramount movie, which closed the New York Film Festival, showcases Denzel Washington at his best as an alcoholic captain who miraculously saves a diving plane and most of the passeng...

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    Watch: A U.S. Trailer for 'Holy Motors' Finally Drops and It's Suitably Dreamy and Deranged (VIDEO)

    Indomina sure tooks its time to release the U.S. trailer for the company's gonzo Cannes pickup "Holy Motors" (the trailer hit the web late last Friday, two days after the film opened in New York), but given how beautifully it captures the scope and seductive nature of Leos Carax's ...

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    'Holy Motors' Trailer, Review ("bonkers, delirious, pretentious"); Carax Q & A (VIDEO)

    Indomina has released an exhilarating U.S. trailer for Leos Carax's "Holy Motors," which debuted on the fest circuit last May in Cannes (where it did not score a prize) and wound up playing Fantastic Fest as well as New York, which tells you something. Matt Mueller's review calls the film "bonkers" ...

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    Watch: First 'Save The Date' Trailer Tells The Story About Young Love And Its Setbacks (Video)

    Following its premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival, IFC has realeased the first trailer for "Save The Date."

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    Watch: Shocking News Revealed in Exclusive Scene From Award-Winning Documentary 'The Flat' (VIDEO)

    In the emotional and riveting documentary "The Flat," winner of the Best Editing award at the Tribeca Film Festival, director Arnon Goldfinger travels back to Tel Aviv to clear out his deceased grandmother's flat and in the process discovers long-buried family secrets stemming from her life in Nazi ...

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    WATCH: Luhrmann Updates 'Great Gatsby' Trailer (VIDEO)

    Warners has released a similar but different trailer for Baz Luhrmann's"The Great Gatsby." About a month ago, Warner Bros. announced a May 10, 2013 release date for Baz Luhrmann's $127 million 3-D drama starring Leonardo Di Caprio in the title role, moving it back from its planned December 25 berth...

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    Exclusive: U.S. Trailer For Celebrated Doc 'Tchoupitoulas'

    Where does documentary end, and reality and dreams begin? That is the question many will be asking after experiencing "Tchoupitoulas," the latest documentary from Bill and Turner Ross, the makers of the small town portrait "45365." After drawing rave reviews at SXSW where it premiered earlier this y...

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    Trailers from Hell: 'The Prize' with Paul Newman

    Joe Dante leads us through Cold War melodrama "The Prize" (1963), starring Paul Newman, Edward G. Robinson and Elke Sommer. Adapted by Ernest Lehman from the Irving Wallace potboiler set during the Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm, Lehman borrows liberally from his own Hitchcock classic "North b...

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