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Freddy Krueger's nails get sharpened in trailer for 'Buzzard'

It has been a while since Freddy Krueger graced the big screen, but you can’t keep a good man (or, for that matter, a deranged maniac) down.

This month sees the publication of author Thommy Hutson’s excellent new book Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy while a version of Freddy’s distinctive glove makes an appearance in the new trailer for the comedy-drama Buzzard. Written and directed by Joel Potrykus, the film concerns a small-time con artist in possession of what the official synopsis describes as “a pocket full of bogus checks, a dangerously altered Nintendo Power Glove, and a bad temper.”


'Ant-Man' trailer attracts a giant-sized 29 million views

Ant-Man may not be the most famous Marvel superhero. In fact, Evangeline Lilly had never even heard of the character when she was approached to appear in the Ant-Man film, which arrives in cinemas July 17. “As the Hobbit actress reveals in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, “They said, ‘We’re interested in you for a role in Ant-Man and I actually laughed.'”


'Ant-Man' star Paul Rudd was 'devastated' by the departure of Edgar Wright

In May of last year, an announcement shook the universe—the Marvel movie universe, anyway. It was revealed that director Edgar Wright had jumped ship from the Paul Rudd-starring Ant-Man, the superhero movie he and co-screenwriter Joe Cornish had been working on for more than a decade.

It was subsequently reported that Wright had decided to leave the project after Marvel presented him with a new script rewritten without his input. “It is true that there were disagreements about the direction the script should take,” Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige tells Entertainment Weekly in this week’s issue, which features Ant-Man on the cover. (Read the story in full here.) But “everything was aboveboard. Everything was done with everybody else’s knowledge. There was a sense of ‘We’re going in this direction, you’re staying in this direction—maybe it’s best that we end as friends.'”


Watch the first trailer for 'The Lazarus Effect'

Olivia Wilde has played the role of the femme fatale before, but the actress has never looked quite so…. drop-dead gorgeous. Wilde stars in The Lazarus Effect, about a group of medical students—played by Wilde, Mark Duplass, Donald Glover, Evan Peters and Sarah Bolger—who have discovered a way to reanimate the dead. In an act of desperation, they experiment on one of themselves. It works—but has some unexpected side effects.


Ethan Hawke struggles with war in 'Good Kill' trailer

Ten years after their last collaboration—2005’s Lord of War—Ethan Hawke and director Andrew Niccol are at it again for the upcoming Good Kill, a thriller that follows Major Thomas Egan (Hawke) as he deals with the new drone-centric style of warfare—and with his actions. READ FULL STORY

Mae Whitman takes on Bella Thorne in exclusive trailer for 'The DUFF'

Every group of friends has a DUFF—a designated ugly fat friend. At least, that’s what Wesley (Robbie Amell) tells Bianca (Mae Whitman) in the upcoming comedy, The DUFF … right after he lets it slip that she’s the DUFF of her circle. So, now what?

In the comedy, from director Ari Sandel, Bianca enlists the help of Wesley to essentially de-DUFF herself and then overthrow the leader of the plastics school, Madison (Bella Thorne). Bianca’s other source of wisdom? Ken Jeong, obviously.

EW has an exclusive first look at the newest trailer for the film, set to premiere during tonight’s Pretty Little Liars Christmas episode, which airs at 8 p.m. on ABC Family.

The DUFF hits theaters February 20.

Exclusive teaser debut for 'The Walk': Joseph Gordon-Levitt stands atop the twin towers

That crosshatch construction is familiar, though we haven’t seen it for a long time. And when we do see it, we tend to picture it in smoldering ruins—not gleaming, strong, and new.

Then there’s the young man standing atop those 110 stories, stepping to the edge, balancing precariously on an I-beam that juts out into the void.

This is the first glimpse we’ve seen of The Walk—a new drama from director Robert Zemeckis, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt—and it might be easy to misconstrue the plot from these few brief moments. The movie tells a true story, but it’s not about 9/11. It takes place nearly three decades before, when the Twin Towers were newborns. And the man Gordon-Levitt plays isn’t contemplating suicide. He’s actually hoping to grasp a bit of immortality. READ FULL STORY

Naomi Watts tries out hip-hop class in 'While We're Young' trailer

Naomi Watts and Ben Stiller are a middle-aged couple in While We’re Young, and they’re starting to feel like a middle-aged couple—so they deal with that by befriending a couple of 25-year-olds played by Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried.

Driver and Seyfried’s characters take hallucinogens and go to shows heavy on the strobe lights. They wear quirky clothing and write on typewriters. Driver accompanies Stiller on bike rides and Seyfried takes Watts to a surprise hip-hop dance class. In other words, they’re spontaneous and strange while their new, older friends are not. READ FULL STORY

Times Change: 'Jurassic World' teases with three homages to Steven Spielberg's original


The turkey, according to scienticians, may have evolved from ancient dinosaurs, so think about that as you chew your Thanksgiving dinner while awaiting this Thursday’s full teaser reveal for Jurassic World.

The fourth installment of the scientists-were-so-preoccupied-with-whether-or-not-they-could-that-they-didn’t-stop-to-think-if-they-should series will reveal its first big promo for the June 12 film during Thanksgiving football on NBC. To let everyone know, they’ve sent out a few seconds today.

Feast your eyes … READ FULL STORY

Watch the new trailer for Kenneth Branagh's 'Cinderella'


Once upon a time, in a land far, far, away Sir Kenneth Branagh directed a new, live-action version of Cinderella. Well, technically, he made it in London last year. But this fresh, Disney-backed take on the beloved talewhich is released on March 13 next year does have what sounds like a fairytale cast, with Cate Blanchett as the evil stepmother Lady Tremaine, Helena Bonham-Carter as the Fairy Godmother, Game of Thrones star Richard Madden as the Prince, Derek Jacobi as the King, Stellan Skarsgård as the King’s scheming adviser (is there really any other kind?), and Downton Abbey actress Lily James as Ella.


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