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'47 Ronin' trailer: Keanu Reeves finds his inner-samurai warrior -- VIDEO

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After numerous delays, Universal Pictures has unveiled the trailer for 47 Ronin, the upcoming samurai flick starring Keanu Reeves.

Directed by Carl Rinsch, and also starring Hiroyuski Sanada and Rinko Kikuchi, the film set in mythical Japan is about a half-breed slave (played by Reeves) who becomes swift with the sword, joining a band of 47 masterless samurai in a quest for vengeance.

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Final 'Catching Fire' trailer debuts during World Series Game 4 -- VIDEO

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“Would you like to be in a real war?” And baseball fans think the World Series are high stakes!

Lionsgate debuted the final trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire during Sunday night’s nail-biter Game 4 of the World Series matchup between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. (A nice nod of the head to the fact that women watch sports and men will go see movies starring female heroes.)

It was a killer spot that teased more of the new treacherous arena of the all-star tribute games. Howler monkeys. Jabberjays. Jennifer Lawrence doing what she does best (when her face throbs with panic and she lets loose one of those raspy screams). Willow Shields’ Prim and Josh Hutcherson’s Peeta, and Donald Sutherland’s President Snow’s menacing voice of course, had nice moments. But the trailer rightfully belonged to Lawrence’s Katniss. Also, HOPE IS STRONGER THAN FEAR.

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Great Odin's raven: Two new 'Anchorman 2' trailers! -- VIDEO

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I could waste your time with a preamble filled with Anchorman quotes, or I get right to the good stuff: Paramount has released two new trailers for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Both clips are chock-full of the gleeful absurdity that made the first movie such a delight, as well as a few more hints about the film’s closely guarded plot. (There’s more here than we got in trailer number 1 — including answers about what happened to Veronica and Ron’s relationship.)

As our story begins, Ron (Will Ferrell) has, once again, been eclipsed by his smarter, more capable ladylove Veronica (Christina Applegate). Thankfully for him, new 24-hour global news network GNN is looking for a few good men to join its New York City ranks — providing the perfect opportunity for Ron and the old Channel 4 news team (Paul Rudd, Dave Koechner, and Steve Carell) to get the old band back together. There, they’ll bring a new sense of fluffy fun to a stuffy network run by no-nonsense Linda Jackson (Meagan Good) — who might just be the one lady who can help Ron mend his broken heart.

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'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' red-band trailer: 'My --- is stuck in the machine!' -- VIDEO

What, the headline doesn’t tell you all you need to know about Johnny Knoxville’s latest project?

Fine. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa stars Knoxville as Irving Zisman, a dirty old man who loves three things above all else: “poontang,” making a spectacle of himself, and his young grandson/wingman (Jackson Nicholl). Previous trailers for this hidden camera comedy featured Irving ruining a wedding and crashing a kiddie beauty pageant; this latest red-band clip features a lot more swearing, as well as a delightful scene of Knoxville getting his (prosthetic) Little Grandpa stuck in a vending machine.

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New 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' trailer set to epic U2 song -- VIDEO

If there’s one real-life story that doesn’t require a swelling soundtrack for added drama, it’s Nelson Mandela’s decades-long struggle to end apartheid and regain his freedom. But in the latest trailer for Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, it sure doesn’t hurt.

Idris Elba plays the South African icon in the film, and his powerful performance is backed by an original song by U2, whose frontman, Bono, has long supported Mandela’s cause. The movie is based on Mandela’s 1994 autobiography Long Walk to Freedom.

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'Endless Love' trailer finds Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde caught up in a whirlwind romance -- VIDEO

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The new trailer for Universal Pictures’ Endless Love remake sets up the classic story of rich girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Magic Mike’s Alex Pettyfer and newcomer Gabriella Wilde (who can be seen in the upcoming remake of Carrie) play the film’s star-crossed lovers obliviously caught up in a steamy coming-of-age romance.

Things take a turn for the dramatic when Wilde’s on screen father (played by Star Trek’s Bruce Greenwood) gets wind of their relationship, begins uncovering Pettyfer’s dark past, and tries to stop his daughter’s whirlwind relationship.

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'Paranormal Activity' spin-off trailer: You don't want to be 'marked' -- VIDEO

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The latest installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise won’t be hitting theaters until January, but fans craving a look at Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones can view its first trailer, released today.

Directed by Christopher Landon, who wrote the three previous Paranormal movies, the film repeats the franchise’s found-footage format, with shaky shots of the characters searching through the home of a recently deceased woman. A spin-off of PA featuring Latino characters, the film follows protagonist Jesse (Andrew Jacobs), who, after being “marked,” begins to be pursued by mysterious forces while his family and friends try to save him.

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'The Grand Budapest Hotel' trailer: Enter another wonderful world of Wes Anderson

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What if you could book your next vacation at a Wes Anderson-designed inn straight out of a snow-capped fairytale?

That’s the whimsical setting for the first trailer for The Grand Budapest Hotel. It stars Ralph Fiennes as a charismatic, cougar-loving concierge Gustave H and Tony Revolori as his doting, lobby-boy-in-training Zero Moustafa. (The casting of Revolori, a relatively unknown young lead, is similar to the the casting of young lovers played by Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward in last year’s Moonrise Kingdom.)

The trailer looks a little like the board game Clue, boasts the slow-boiling intrigue of Downton Abbey, and — an Anderson signature — has the color saturation of a Vermeer painting. But the technicolor order and humdrum of the hotel is disrupted when a guest is found murdered and all eyes point to Fiennes’ charismatic concierge.

In addition to the typical Anderson trailer treats, keep your eyes open for the stellar bold-face cast full of Anderson alums: Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Léa Seydoux, Jeff Goldblum, and… well you’ll see for yourself. READ FULL STORY

'That Awkward Moment' red-band trailer: 'This is a den of testosterone' -- NSFW VIDEO

Miles Teller is back in another three-young-guys-party-hard trailer, but this time, things are a little less college and a little more … adult? Well, not quite.

Also starring Michael B. Jordan and Zac Efron, That Awkward Moment is all about three guys who are enjoying their “den of testosterone” and living the single life exactly how Bridget Jones wouldn’t — less ice cream, more booze! But nights filled with shots and Viagra (naturally) get complicated when women, love, and all that grown-up stuff attempts to get in the way. Or, as they put it, that “I-have-a-girlfriend sh–.” Not-so-hidden message: Relationships are lame.

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'American Hustle' trailer: Bradley Cooper gets a perm, Christian Bale gets a belly

Everything is cloaked in the gritty, suffocating glamour of sequins, cigarette smoke, high-stakes cons and hairspray in the newest trailer for David O. Russell’s American Hustle. Stars Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams are in perfect 1970s form — especially Cooper in those hair curlers.

Russell’s ensemble drama follows a con artist (Bale) and his partner (Adams) as they team up with an eager FBI agent (Cooper) to expose other players of the Camden, New Jersey underworld. Lawrence is all grown up in the trailer below and Jeremy Renner, Robert De Niro, and Louis C.K. also appear in the star-studded period pic.

Check out the latest trailer, featuring the Electric Light Orchestra anthem “10538 Overture.”

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