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The Astronaut's Wife movie trailer - starring Johnny Depp, Charlize Theron, Joe Morton, Clea DuVall, Donna Murphy. Directed by Rand Ravich. Genre: Sci-Fi
Metroland movie trailer - starring Christian Bale, Emily Watson, Elsa Zylberstein, Lee Ross, Rufus. Directed by Philip Saville. Genre: Comedy
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In a mythical time, a teenage boy becomes a dragon rider with the help of a wise old man, and with his newly-hatched dragon, avenges the murder of his uncle, rescues a beautiful warrior, and battles a tyrannical king.
Renée Zellweger and Hugh Grant star in a delightful comedy about the ups and downs of modern romance. Bridget (Zellweger), a busy career woman, decides to turn over a new page in her life by channeling her thoughts, opinions and insecurities into a journal that becomes a hilarious chronicle of her adventures. Soon she becomes the center of attention between a guy who's too good to be true (Grant) and another who's so wrong for her, he could be just right (Colin Firth)!
Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominees Johnny Depp ("Pirates of the Caribbean," franchise, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Charlize Theron ("Monster," "The Italian Job") star as the perfect all-American couple--astronaut Spencer Armacost and his beautiful schoolteacher wife--so passionately in love they can sense each other even while he floats in space and she is two hundred thousand miles below. But in two minutes it all turns to inexplicable terror. For two minutes, Armacost completely loses consciousness while on a space mission, returning home just barely alive. His wife senses something amiss from the moment he lands on earth. She begins to have strangely violent dreams--dark, paranoid thoughts--and the sensation that her husband is not the lover, or the man, he was.
Based on the novel by Julian Barnes, Metroland tells the story of Chris (Bale), a young man in 1970s London who comes to question his domestic life and values when an old free-spirited friend, Toni, turns up unexpectedly. Spending time with Toni calls up all sorts of old memories of Chris' more carefree days in the 60s, including a collegiate spell in Paris where he had an affair with a young French woman (shown in extended flashback). All of this makes him question whether he has chosen too safe a path by settling down in the suburbs with his wife Marion (Watson).
After a terrifying accident in space, Spencer Armacost's schoolteacher wife senses that Armacost is not the man he was.
In an all-new bonus episode, Martin's car mysteriously breaks down in the town where he first became a reporter. When he begins to suspect his mentor is involved in illegal activity there, he risks severing their friendship in order to find the truth.
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Bo is waiting for word from Hope. Little does he know that Jane is having Hope dictate a letter confirming all of her “crimes.” Meanwhile, Bo and Carly visit Daniel, Chloe and Parker. Bo says he’s glad everything worked out between them. Startled, Chloe thinks Carly’s filled him in about the affair, but Carly assures she hasn’t. Alone, Chloe thanks Carly for helping her – she considers her a good friend. Carly doubts Daniel or Bo would feel that way if they knew her part in this. Meanwhile, Philip and Victor talk about Vivian’s threat, and Victor warns she will try to find a chink in their armor. Later, Daniel goes to the pub where he witnesses a flirty Titan employee hitting on Philip. Philip is about to leave when he runs into Caroline, who seems to be on the fence about keeping the truth about Parker’s paternity. However, she tells Philip not to let his past catch up to him. Bo goes to his office where he receives Hope’s letter. He reads it and something catches his eye. At the same time, Hope wills Bo to figure out her secret message. Sami is caught by Rafe outside the DiMera mansion just as EJ and Kate show up. Rafe and Sami bolt and Kate takes EJ to task over what he’s doing to the kids. Meanwhile, Rafe rips Sami a new one for jeopardizing her freedom by visiting Johnny and Sydney. Sami only wanted a hug, but it’s obvious it was more than that. However, she doesn’t tell Rafe about her and Johnny’s secret signal. Rafe wants to get the kids back for her, but she must trust him. Sami does, but there is no way she’s going to sit by on the sidelines. Rafe assures her that things will work out. Later, Johnny tells EJ he doesn’t want him. He wants mommy. Gabi and Will realize they really care about each other.
Sayid, Locke and Kate scale "The Others'" protective perimeter. In flashbacks, Claire meets her father for the first time.
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Don and his team investigate a trail of illegal waste disposal after a sinkhole, which collapses in a school playground, kills an elderly woman and injures several children. Kathy Najimy joins the cast in a recurring role as Charlie’s new boss.
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Billie assigns Van and Deaq to infiltrate an Asian drug ring. Already undercover in the gang is Alexa Tan (CATHERINE KWONG), Billie's best friend from the police academy.
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When the oil-rich daddy of Jessica's longtime editor disappears, the psychic who's pronounced the missing man murdered turns up dead herself.
Woody is determined to mix a new drink. However his concoctions are either an existing drink or taste like sewer water.
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