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Watch the first trailer for Lucasfilm's 'Strange Magic'

While fans may have to hold out more than a year for the next Star Wars film, Lucasfilm’s animated project Strange Magic is a much shorter wait away. And now, the first trailer is here, meaning we finally get to see what Alan Cumming would look like as a singing bug.


Jennifer Lopez plays bad teacher in 'The Boy Next Door' trailer


The Boy Next Door is not your ordinary affair tale.

Its trailer, released today, shows Claire (Jennifer Lopez) coping with her husband’s history of infidelity. When a new neighbor moves in, a teenage boy named Noah (Ryan Guzman), she is smitten with the attention he gives her. He calls her beautiful and then quickly apologizes. “It’s okay,” she says. “It’s the nicest thing anyone has said to me in a long time.”

You can probably guess what happens next: The pair share a passionate night, set to a thunderstorm, of course. Realizing she made a mistake, Claire calls it off, but Noah doesn’t take it well and refuses to let go. Soon, all hell breaks lose. Did I mention she’s a teacher at the local high school and he ‘s her student? Yeah, it gets bad.

Directed by Rob Cohen with a script written by Barbara Curry, the film also stars Kristin Chenoweth, John Corbett, and Ian Nelson.

The Boy Next Door hits theaters January 23, 2015. For now, catch the trailer here:

Casting Net: Adam Sandler gets serious; Plus Kristin Chenoweth, Michael Fassbender

• Funnyman Adam Sandler may be reprising his serious side, seen seldomly in movies like 2002’s Punch Drunk Love. He’s in talks to join The Cobbler, an indie drama directed by Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor). Details are under wraps, but THR reports the film tells the tale of a shoemaker who is able to, well, step into other people’s shoes, so to speak. [THR]

'Hit and Run' trailer: Bradley Cooper feels violated

Hit and Run looks even more pee-in-your-pants funny, judging by its new red-band trailer. Dax Shepard, who not only stars but wrote, co-directed, co-produced, and even co-edited the film, plays a former getaway driver forced to abandon his witness protection program identity when a dreadlock-rocking Bradley Cooper comes knocking at his door, looking for his money. Cooper went to jail for a heist gone awry, and he’s still sore about it.

The first 10 seconds of the new trailer evoke a Nicholas Sparks chick flick — until it cuts to Shepard and Kristen Bell opening the motel-room door of a group of swinging senior citizens. And then all hell breaks loose.

Check out the really, really NSFW trailer below: READ FULL STORY

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