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'Doctor Who' star Karen Gillan gets terrorized in 'Oculus' trailer -- VIDEO

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We haven’t seen too much of Karen Gillan since she left Doctor Who — and even her appearance on last year’s special Christmas episode of the beloved sci-fi show was something of a blink-and-you’d-miss-it affair. But 2014 looks like it could be a big year for the Scottish actress, who has roles in both August’s Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy and the horror movie Oculus, in which she faces off against a supernatural force unleashed by an antique mirror.

The latter film is written and directed by Mike Flanagan and co-stars Brenton Thwaites, Rory Cochrane, and Gillan’s fellow small screen sci-fi veteran Katee Sackhoff.

Oculus is released April 11, but you can check out the film’s new trailer below. Take a look and tell us what you think.
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'Maleficent' TV spot: Beware of Jolies bearing gifts! VIDEO

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Wicked meets Sleeping Beauty in Maleficent, an upcoming live-action film that promises to tell the true story of the Mistress of All Evil. Of course, as this is a Disney flick, it may turn out that Mal (Angelina Jolie) is less evil than misunderstood. Just check out the way she tries to bond with innocent, apple-cheeked Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning) in this new TV spot: “Aurora, there is an evil in this world, and I cannot keep you from it,” Maleficent purrs. Hmm — so perhaps the whole sleeping curse and wall o’thorns around Aurora’s castle were simply meant as a protection from some even bigger bad. Perhaps Maleficent can fight off that evil with her wicked-sharp cheekbones?

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'Veronica Mars' trailer: 'Original enough for ya?'

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Veronica Mars has moved on. Ten years after graduating from high school, she’s a promising New York attorney with a serious boyfriend. Her days of playing Nancy Drew over. But that alone would be a horrible waste of $5.7 million in Kickstarter funds.

In the first trailer for the big-screen Mars movie, Kristen Bell’s Veronica is drawn back to Neptune to prove that Logan didn’t kill his girlfriend. Conveniently, the mystery coincides with her class’s 10th reunion, so all her friends and frenemies are in town to pick up where they left off.

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Check out the mayhem-filled trailer for 'The Raid 2: Berandal' -- VIDEO

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Are you the kind of person who likes to start the year with calming thoughts of cute kittens, beautiful sunsets, and scenarios in which someone isn’t getting savagely beaten by a metal baseball bat? Well, good for you! We would, however, suggest that you don’t watch the new, mayhem-filled trailer for The Raid 2: Berandal, writer-director Gareth Evans’ follow-up to his much loved 2011 actioner.

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Kevin Costner is on the clock in 'Draft Day' trailer -- VIDEO

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In Draft Day, Kevin Costner is the G.M. of the Cleveland Browns, a franchise that has never won a Super Bowl in a town that hasn’t won a major sports championship since 1964. He’s got a passionate fan base that is counting on him to turn around the team’s fortunes, a billionaire owner (Frank Langella) who wants to make a big splash at the NFL Draft, and an arrogant coach (Denis Leary) who thinks he can “shop for the groceries” better than his nominal boss. But Costner’s Sonny Weaver is a Moneyball type — “You see things other people don’t see,” says Jennifer Garner — and he’s about to use all his Jedi mind tricks of negotiation to rebuild the team in his image.

The real star of the trailer, though, and presumably the film, is the NFL. From the ESPN Draft Day television crew to commissioner Roger Goodell to the licensed footage of hard-hitting gridiron action, director Ivan Reitman clearly won over the league, a nice get that spares viewers phony teams and old footage of USFL games. The Cleveland Browns lend this movie, based on a Black List script from Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman, legitimacy. As does Costner in a sports movie, where we seem to love him best. Watch it below:
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Jon Hamm is a movie star in 'Million Dollar Arm' trailer -- VIDEO

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“Show me the rupee!”

In Disney’s Million Dollar Arm, Jon Hamm tries on the movie-star sports-agent suit that was tailored so perfectly for Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire. But when Hamm’s J.B. Bernstein is betrayed by a client and left in dire financial straits, he books a trip to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel to discover cricket players who might have major-league fastballs.

Based on a true story of two Indian (actual Indian, not Cleveland Indians) prospects signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates, the film is Hamm’s first bonafide movie-star role after the breakout success of Mad Men and winning supporting appearances in The Town, Bridesmaids, and Friends With Kids.

Check out the trailer below, which also stars Lake Bell as Dorothy Boyd the neighbor who sees through J.B.’s callous, slick exterior, and Life of Pi‘s Suraj Sharma as one of the promising pitchers. Alan Arkin plays Alan Arkin, which is comforting.
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'The Other Woman' trailer: Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton form unlikely bond -- VIDEO

The first theatrical trailer for upcoming film The Other Woman finds Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz, and Kate Upton teaming up to get back at the man who’s been stringing all three of them along at once.

The trailer for the upcoming comedy sets up the storyline for the film, in which a successful lawyer (Diaz) finds out her boyfriend (Game of Thrones‘ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is actually married. After meeting his wife (Mann), the two women form an unlikely friendship and team up to get revenge on the man who scorned them both, only to find out that he’s been cheating on both of them with yet another woman (Kate Upton). The two women quickly recruit the other and the three of them set out to get even with the man who’s been lying to them all.

Watch the trailer for The Other Woman below:
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Elijah Wood must tinkle the ivories (or die!!!) in new trailer for 'Grand Piano'

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Do you enjoy the films of Elijah Wood, the concertos of Sergei Rachmaninoff, and the oeuvre of Dutch director Jan de Bont (specifically his 1994 action movie Speed)? What admirably wide-ranging tastes you have. Also? You’re going to want to take a look at the new trailer for Grand Piano.

Directed by Eugenio Mira, the film stars Wood as a pianist who, at this comeback performance, finds an extremely ominous message on his score: “Play one wrong note and you die.” Gadzooks! That’s even worse than the dream I had about playing the tuba at school while naked.

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New Justin Bieber 'Believe' trailer: 'It's back to being the underdog' -- VIDEO

With his latest documentary, Believe, Justin Bieber is asking his fans to “forget the hype, forget the headlines, forget the rumors.” Instead, he’s asking them to “believe the truth.”

The newest trailer for Believe addresses Bieber’s struggle with his bad-boy image and the trials of being a teenage superstar. With everybody trying to tear him apart, how will he react?

Watch the trailer below:
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'A Fantastic Fear of Everything' trailer: Simon Pegg attempts to overcome his own paranoia

Simon Pegg finds himself facing his deepest, darkest, and strangest irrational fears in the latest theatrical trailer for the upcoming film, A Fantastic Fear of Everything.

Watch the British comedic actor face off against demonic looking hedgehogs, and more in the new trailer for A Fantastic Fear of Everything below:

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