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    Trailer Watch: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Nails Young Bruce Willis in Rian Johnson's Kinetic 'Looper'

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt isn't the most obvious candidate to play a young Bruce Willis -- opposite Bruce Willis, no less -- but after seeing this pulse-quickening, excitingly stylish new UK trailer for Rian Johnson's "Looper," we're buying into the unlikely faceoff hook, line and sinker...

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    The Trailer Test: Indiewire Analyzes 5 New Trailers On Our Radar

    Editor's Note: This is a new column dedicated to bringing a critical eye to new trailers. We offer this feature in the hopes of avoiding what our Criticwire blogger Matt Singer has dubbed the "perpetual sneak preview culture." Instead, The Trailer Test will look at trailers in terms...

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    Trailer Watch: Richard Gere Pulls a Bernie Madoff in 'Arbitrage'

    The trailer for Nicholas Jarecki's Sundance screw-turner "Arbitrage" has just landed, featuring Richard Gere as a Bernie Madoff-like investment "oracle" quickly losing his funds and defrauding auditors right and left.

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    Palm Springs Int'l Shortfest: Winners, Favorites & Trailers for Doc 'Battle of the Jazz Guitarist' and Oscar-Eligible 'Behind the Mirrors'

    The 2012 Palm Springs International ShortFest received 3,000 submissions this year, and 324 lucky shorts were chosen to screen at the Camelot Theaters, a welcome respite from the oppressive heat where Palm Springs locals and out-of-towners delight in the films featured by the festival...

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    Watch: Stellar Trailer for Sundance Thriller 'Arbitrage' Starring Richard Gere

    Richard Gere received some of best accolades of his career at this year's Sundance Film Festival for the legal/financial thriller "Arbitrage," directed by first-time feature filmmaker Nicholas Jarecki. The trailer for the Roadside Attractions release just hit the web, and it gives a go...

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    Trailer Watch: Frank Langella Stars in Robo-Buddy Comedy 'Robot & Frank'

    Jake Schreier's Sundance hit "Robot & Frank" stars Frank Langella as a retired cat burglar lured back to the profession when he gains an unlikely new partner in crime: A robot named, well, Robot...

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    Career Watch: Keira Knightley Skids Without Joe Wright, Luckily "Anna Karenina" Is Next

    With a face like hers, stardom was probably inevitable for Keira Knightley. At 27 and with over a decade on the A-list, she's already had hits and misses, a handful of Oscar and Golden Globes nominations and a beauty endorsement with Chanel. She is adored by many of both sexes, but has suffered a st...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on John Gilling's Odd & Underappreciated 'The Gamma People'

    It's "Strange People!" week at Trailers from Hell, and director Joe Dante introduces "one of the oddest and least appreciated of all '50s genre films": John Gilling's "The Gamma People." Trailer and commentary below...

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    LAFF: 'Middle of Nowhere' Gets Two Standing Ovations; DuVernay & Cast Talk Black Films Reaching Audiences In A Meaningful Way [New Teaser]

    Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere" played to a full house and two standing ovations at its Gala screening at the LA Film Fest on June 20. The drama is honest and immersive, moving and sexy, funny and unexpected.

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    Trailer Watch: Mike and Sulley Party it Up in New Teaser for Pixar's 'Monsters University'

    Before the monsters were "Monsters, Inc.," they were just a bunch of dorm-partying, disco ball-lovin', lampshade-wearing college co-eds. University seems to have been a relatively wholesome time for the monsters -- slow-dancing and no explicit booze -- unless that Gleww squeezing is a sexual innuend...

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