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'12 Years a Slave' marks MLK Day re-release with 'I Have a Dream' ad -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

How do you plan to spend Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year? Fox Searchlight has a suggestion: Go see 12 Years a Slave, which the studio will re-release into 700 theaters nationwide on Friday. To mark the occasion, the studio made a recut 12 Years promo that combines footage of the film and audio from King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during 1963’s March on Washington. King gave his speech not far from where the real-life Solomon Northup was drugged, kidnapped, and sold into slavery in 1841.

Check out the stirring ad below.

'Act of Valor' Super Bowl trailer: Watch it here

At first it’s hard to tell if this is a trailer for upcoming Navy SEALs action thriller Act of Valor or a commercial attempting to recruit us for the armed forces. It’s a movie trailer! Behold the awesomeness:  READ FULL STORY

Bradley Cooper gets shady in Sundance mystery 'The Words' -- EXCLUSIVE POSTER

Design: Bethany Nagy

Now Bradley Cooper is the “textiest man alive.”

This poster for his upcoming Sundance mystery-romance The Words depicts The Hangover actor in silhouette, rendered by lines from the movie’s screenplay — a nod to the movie’s themes about how our use of words defines us (especially if they’re not ours to begin with).

Cooper stars as a struggling writer whose wife (Zoe Saldana) buys a valise for him in an antiques shop, which happens to contain the manuscript for a lost masterwork by a Hemingway-esque writer (Jeremy Irons). Things take a dark turn when he decides to publish it as his own work. (Click the image at the left for a more detailed version.) READ FULL STORY

'The Innkeepers': Dare you to watch the new promo clip for Ti West's haunted-hotel movie


A new promo clip has just hit the Internet for The Innkeepers, the latest film from horror auteur Ti “House of the Devil” West. For reasons that will become abundantly clear, I don’t really want to say any more about the footage, other than you probably shouldn’t be holding a hot drink (or operating heavy machinery) when you watch it.

Anyway, take a look and tell us what you think. You can also watch the actual trailer for The Innkeepers, below. READ FULL STORY

'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D' revs up with first poster, awesome tagline

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D isn’t due to be released for another year, but Lionsgate have gotten the movie’s publicity campaign off to an early, Halloween start by releasing the first poster from the franchise reboot-sequel, which you can check out to the left and, in a larger format, below. I’m hoping that the person who came up with the tagline “Buzz. Kill.” treated themselves by taking the rest of the day off.

TCM 3D is directed by John Leussenhop (Takers) and stars Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde, Scott Eastwood, Trey Songz, and Dan Yeager, who is playing the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface. The film will also feature appearances by Chainsaw franchise alumni Marilyn Burns, Gunnar Hansen, John Dugan, and Bill Moseley. “My character finds out that she isn’t really who she thought she was,” Daddario told EW earlier this year. “She’s discovering where she really came from and what she has to do with the family in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It’s more of a mystery than the original in a lot of ways. It keeps you guessing.” Check out the full poster below:  READ FULL STORY

Jonah Hill offers up his phone number for 'The Sitter'

So Jonah Hill is starring in this comedy called The Sitter, coming out in December, playing a slothful, reckless, frankly dangerous individual who inexplicably finds himself watching a group of children for the night.

And to help promote the film, he’s going to talk to you. That’s right you, bubba.

Call him — (917) 409-7838.

Go ahead, give it a try. It’s free (if you call from work).  READ FULL STORY

Sir Richard Branson hawks fake wonder pill from 'Limitless' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Babes, executive suites, quadrilingual fluency, and riches beyond your wildest dreams: In the new thriller Limitless, out this Friday, Eddie Morra (played by Bradley Cooper) lands it all thanks to a stash of the make-believe drug NZT. Or is it make-believe? Global entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson — whose new production company, Virgin Produced, just happens to have helped shepherd Limitless into theaters — appears as spokesperson in a new “ad” for NZT, asserting the drug is his own secret weapon. Check it out exclusively below: READ FULL STORY

'X-Men: First Class' trailer targets Facebook fanbase tomorrow -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

X-men-First-ClassImage Credit: 20th Century FoxMutants can control minds, burn through walls, control the weather — and now, they can “friend.”

The trailer for the superhero prequel X-Men: First Class goes up tomorrow, with Fox is releasing it in on Facebook as part of an effort to build a social networking community around the film, opening June 3. The fan page can be found at, and it’s already 1.6 million wannabe-mutants strong.  READ FULL STORY

'Cowboys & Aliens' director Jon Favreau on Super Bowl sneak, nude Olivia Wilde, and his serious sci-fi/western mash-up -- EXCLUSIVE

Olivia Wilde and Daniel Craig flee spacecraft in 'Cowboys & Aliens' spot.

On Sunday, Jon “Fast Draw” Favreau logged on to Twitter to blast his Super Bowl spot for Cowboys & Aliens a few hours before the big game (and more than a dozen other movie promos), rousing the geek-hive fanbase and stirring new speculation about his hybrid of classic Westerns and extra-terrestrial invasion thrillers.

“We wanted to reveal the tone a little bit more,” says the Iron Man director, whose first teaser went up in November. “The first one … people didn’t know if it was meant to be funny, or meant to be dark, but it made an impression. People are getting used to what it is now, they’re aware of the title, and we want to show them it’s an adventure.” READ FULL STORY

Sneak peek at new 'Rio' level of 'Angry Birds' -- EXCLUSIVE

Credit: Rovio/Fox

Here’s a first look at the hidden level for the game Angry Birds, which can be accessed during Sunday’s Super Bowl through a code found within a movie commercial. (Guess which one.)

Full details can be found here, but for now these are the broad strokes …

… with apologies to Duran Duran:

Moving fast through the Super Bowl, babe, you’ll find birds of paradise.
Angry Birds make you smile, you’ll suppose it’s very nice.
Just freeze the ad and grab the code, then enter it into the game
You’ll find a special level, built around a movie name. READ FULL STORY

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