The Hangover II
Warner Bros. has pulled the trailer for The Hangover II from theaters over concerns about some racy content.
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The trailer, which premiered last week online and before screenings of Source Code, featured a number of gags, including a monkey simulating a sex act. Although the studio said it received no complaints about the trailer, the sticking point seems to be that the perhaps R-rated imagery was airing in front of a film that received only a PG-13 rating...
It's that same signature suit and patriotic shield, but Paramount Pictures is presenting a whole new Captain America.
Starring Chris Evans as the World War II-era superhero, Captain America: The First Avenger follows how Steve Rogers (Evans) went from a scrawny young man deemed unfit for the U.S. Army to a bigger, taller and much more...
Ever wonder what happens when ballerinas go bad? You can now get a glimpse in the creepy new trailer for Black Swan. In the Darren Aronofsky-helmed psychological thriller, Natalie Portman stars as Nina, a professional ballerina who can't handle the threat of competition from a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis). Be sure to pay close attention throughout the chilling trailer or you'll miss the ever-so-brief snippet of Portman and Kunis swapping spit.
Black Swan is scheduled to hit theaters Dec. 1.
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The Social Network - Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg
The Social Network's first full trailer is out and seems to ask the musical question: Is Facebook co-creator Mark Zuckerberg a creep? It's set to a spooky cover of Radiohead's "Creep."
The film — directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin — stars Jesse Eisenberg as Zuckerberg, Justin Timberlake as Napster co-founder Sean Parker and Andrew Garfield (the new Spider-Man) as Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
And it looks like the "unauthorized" biopic we've been promised.
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Based on the new Deathly Hallows trailer, Harry Potter's becoming quite the gutsy grown-up.
Fans have watched our favorite wizard-in-training battle all kinds of evil over the last decade. Now the postpubescent Boy Who Lived will finally meet He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named for their climactic showdown (in 3-D).
At the start of the sneak peek, Harry and Lord Voldemort come face to face, knowing one of them must die. From there a montage of action-packed scenes flash before our eyes: Gringotts' dragon barreling through ...
The first official trailer for The Green Hornet, based on the radio and television character of the same name, has been released.
The movie, slated to open January 14, 2011, stars Seth Rogen as Brit Reid, a publisher by day and masked crime fighter by night. Along with his sidekick Kato, played by Jay Chou, the two drive around in their souped-up 1966 Chrysler Imperial dubbed the Black Beauty, which the stars unveiled at the 2009 Comic-Con.
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What the Smurf, Sony?
We've been waiting in anticipation for a first look at the new 3-D Smurfs movie, but instead you've given us the tease of all teases.
The new trailer — introduced by star Neil Patrick Harris in front of what looks like a department store makeup counter — starts out with your typical deep-voiced announcer and a rather ominous score. From there, we see ...