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Mia Wasikowska ignores Jesse Eisenberg in 'The Double' -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

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Jesse Eisenberg’s Simon James has worked at the same company for seven years. You’d think that might give him some clout with the security people he sees nearly every day when his pass stops functioning. But, in director Richard Ayoade’s The Double, he is not only completely unrecognizable to them — he’s also someone to be suspicious of.

His world just keeps getting stranger as he actively has to sneak into a mandatory work party, where his crush, played with dreamy feistiness by Eisenberg’s real-life girlfriend Mia Wasikowska, doesn’t even notice him.

Check out the clip of the party after the jump, and all of its kitschy, surreal, Lynchian oddness. Just keep in mind that he hasn’t even met his doppelganger yet.

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'Tracks' trailer: Mia Wasikowska walks 2,000 miles, meets Adam Driver -- VIDEO

The Kids Are Alright‘s Mia Wasikowska stars in the upcoming adventure biopic Tracks as Robyn Davidson, a young woman who sets out on a 2,000-mile journey on foot from Australia’s Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean in 1977. The latest trailer for the film gives viewers a look at who and what Robyn encounters along the way, including a young National Geographic photographer named Rick Smolan (Girls‘ Adam Driver), who winds up documenting her adventure.

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'The Double' trailer: Jesse Eisenberg dines with his doppelganger -- VIDEO

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Life with a doppelgänger can’t be easy, but when your double is a funnier, smarter, more confident version of you who the girl of your dreams is more taken by, it’s infinitely worse.

That’s what Jesse Eisenberg (well, one of them) is dealing with in the latest trailer for director Richard Ayoade’s The Double. The other’s having a grand time.

Based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s 1846 novella about a government clerk’s descent into madness, the Eisenberg-led adaptation premiered at the Toronto Film Festival to great acclaim, and co-stars Mia Wasikowska, Chris O’Dowd, Sally Hawkins, and Wallace Shawn.

Check out the haunting trailer after the jump to get a sense of the film’s mischievous humor.

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Watch Mia Wasikowska trek the Australian outback in 'Tracks' trailer

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The first trailer for Tracks, the true story of naturalist Robyn Davidson on a hike with four camels for almost 2,000 miles through an Australian desert that stars Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver, is now online. Check it out below:

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'Madame Bovary' first look: Mia Wasikowska stars as Flaubert's tragic heroine

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Flaubert’s Madame Bovary is a timeless literary classic, but it’s been more than 60 years since Hollywood attempted a big-screen adaptation of the 1856 novel. French-born filmmaker Sophie Barthes, who last tackled Chekov in the critically-admired Cold Souls, is currently directing Mia Wasikowska and a cast that includes Ezra Miller, Paul Giamatti, Rhys Ifans, and Henry Lloyd-Hughes.

Wasikowska plays Emma, a beautiful French farm-girl with few prospects who marries a doctor (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) to secure her future. She tries to be happy in her new life — as a wife, as a mother — and when she can’t, she tries to pretend. Until she can’t any longer. She engages in several extramarital affairs that offer glimpses of happiness but ultimately further her despair.

In this exclusive first look photo, Wasikowska wears the 1,000-yard stare of a woman slowly suffocating in her life. The movie is being filmed in Normandy, France, where the novel is set.

If you want to get to the heart of Madame Bovary, click below to see a scene from Little Children, Todd Field’s marvelous 2006 movie with Kate Winslet, who played a modern-day character who shares Bovary’s plight. READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: 'Game of Thrones' actor to play Cinderella's prince; Plus Octavia Spencer, more

• He might be King of the North to some, but Game of Thrones actor Richard Madden (he plays Robb Stark on the HBO series) is about to reach a whole new demographic when he takes on the role of Prince Charming in Disney’s live-action adaptation of Cinderella. Downton Abbey’s Lily James will play the title role in the Kenneth Branagh-directed film, with Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother. With a script from Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada), we’re starting to get excited to see what Branagh does with the film, and to finally see Madden in a less stressful role.

• It’s quite a departure from her work in Anna Karenina and A Royal Affair, but up and coming actress Alicia Vikander is in talks to star opposite Tom Cruise and Armie Hammer in The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  The Swedish actress would play a British agent. For those of you who might remember the television series, don’t worry, you’re not losing your mind — this character is a new addition. Vikander can also be seen in The Seventh Son (out October 18) and The Fifth Estate (out November 13). [THR]

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New 'Stoker' poster features Nicole Kidman, and Mia Wasikowska's bloody hands -- EXCLUSIVE

Family? It’s complicated … but also bloody, at least when it comes to Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s thriller Stoker, which stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska.

Case in point, check out this exclusive one-sheet poster for the film that features an unusual holiday-esque portrait warning “DO NOT DISTURB THE FAMILY” with a blood splattered twist.

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Coming to America: South Korea's top directors on hitting Hollywood with English language films -- EXCLUSIVE

There’s a scene in South Korean director Park Chan-wook’s 2003 revenge classic Oldboy, currently being remade by Spike Lee, in which the film’s wild-haired, wild-eyed lead Min-sik Choi plops down at a restaurant and slurps on a huge fidgety live octopus, its long tentacles squirming out of his mouth. To American audiences, the moment may seem totally strange. But Park says the scene is less disgusting to Korean audiences. “They would be able to sympathize with the protagonist at that stage, who was incarcerated for 14 years,” he told EW. “He wants to eat something that is alive and moving. By chewing on this living thing, he’s venting his anger to an unknown protagonist.”

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'Stoker' soundtrack premiere of Emily Wells track 'Becomes the Color' -- EXCLUSIVE LISTEN!

In South Korean Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s upcoming first English language movie Stoker, out March 1, Nicole Kidman throws eye daggers as the unloving mother of a budding, brown-haired Mia Wasikowska. The family thriller, itself, is awash in blue-tinged darkness.

In keeping with Stoker‘s intense vibe, check out this exclusive track, “Becomes the Color,” by classical-hip-hop-electronic hybrid violinist and singer Emily Wells from the film’s soundtrack, out on Milan Records on Feb. 26. “I became the color, I became the daughter and the son, when the feast is over,” sing-raps Wells, who was hand-picked by Park for the film, in a ghostly voice behind a skittering mix of keyboard blips, floating electronic melodies and a steady drum beat. The soundtrack also includes a score by Clint Mansell (Black Swan) and original pieces by experimental composer Philip Glass.

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'Stoker' trailer: Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska are one disturbing family -- VIDEO

Today’s creepy movie trailer is brought to you courtesy of Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode.

Stoker, written by Wentworth Miller, tells the story of a man who has just died. When his brother mysteriously shows up and moves in with the family, everything gets just a little bit terrifying. First going after mom (Kidman), he then turns his intense attention on her daughter (Wasikowska). The script was part of Hollywood’s 2010 buzzy “Black List,” that calls out the best “unproduced” scripts each year. Wentworth previously said of Stoker, “[It's a] horror film, a family drama and a psychological thriller, all wrapped up in one.”Watch the trailer below:

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