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Check out the trailer for practical effects creature feature 'Harbinger Down'

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Fed up with Hollywood’s fondness for CGI? Nostalgic for the days of practical effects-heavy horror movies like John Carpenter’s The Thing and the early Alien movies? Then you’re going to want to check out the trailer for the new, Lance Henriksen-starring creature feature Harbinger Down.

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Check out the first trailer for 'Leprechaun: Origins' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Today’s filmmakers often appear to be in an arms race to create the biggest beasties imaginable. But the truth is you don’t need to be the size of Godzilla — or even a Big Ass Spider! — to create monstrous amounts of mayhem.

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'Step Up: All In' trailer: What (dancing) happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas -- VIDEO

When you can’t find work in the City of Angels, there’s really only one other place to go: Las Vegas. At least that’s what the latest trailer for Step Up: All In teaches us.

In the next installment of the Step Up franchise, familiar faces Ryan Guzman, Alyson Stoner, Briana Evigan, and Adam G. Sevani all return to the screen to tell the story of struggling dancers trying to make a living in L.A., and what happens when their crew gets the opportunity to compete for a three-year Vegas contract. Spoiler: Huge dance battles happen.

Add in fan favorite (and So You Think You Can Dance star) Stephen Boss, a.k.a. tWitch, and the crew is ready for all the theatrics that Vegas has to offer.

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Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce talk about 'The Rover' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Set in a lawless Australian outback 10 years after a devastating economic collapse, The Rover stars Guy Pearce as an embittered Aussie who has lost his family and Robert Pattinson as an American too young to remember a time before everything went to Hell. The second feature from David Michôd — director of 2010’s acclaimed, Pearce-starring gangster-thriller Animal Kingdom — debuts in New York and Los Angeles on June 13 and goes nationwide the following week.

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'Gravity' wins Best of Show at Golden Trailer Awards

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The 15th annual Golden Trailer Awards were held in Beverly Hills on Friday night, celebrating the best previews of the past year and secretly everyone’s favorite part about going to the movies.

Warner Brothers was the big winner of the night taking home 15 awards total including being named Best of Show for the trailer “Detached” of the Oscar-winning film Gravity. Other winners include Frozen for Best Animation/Family trailer, Dallas Buyers Club for Best Independent Trailer and Godzilla for Best Summer Blockbuster trailer. The Golden Trailer Awards were started in 1999 by Evelyn Brady-Watters and Monica Brady. “The Golden Trailer Awards represent the absolute best in marketing innovation and creativity. The show is always a really fun night of celebration and we couldn’t be more proud of the nominees and winners,” said Brady-Watters. This year saw the most contest submission in the awards 15 year history.

Winning trailers for all 18 categories that were handed out live at the ceremony held at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills Friday can be viewed here. You can see the full list of winners in all 75 categories below: READ FULL STORY

'A Walk Among the Tombstones' trailer: Liam Neeson is on the case -- VIDEO

Liam Neeson plays a gritty ex-cop-turned-unlicensed private eye in the latest trailer for Universal’s upcoming crime thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones — watch it below: READ FULL STORY

'Kill the Messenger' trailer: Jeremy Renner uncovers a big secret -- VIDEO

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Jeremy Renner sets out to uncover the truth and take on the U.S. government in the latest trailer for Focus Features’ Kill the Messenger — watch it below: READ FULL STORY

Check out the new trailer for bigfoot horror movie 'Willow Creek' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO AND IMAGE

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The bigfoot legend gets a found footage twist in the new horror movie Willow Creek. Directed by comedian-turned-filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait — who has described it as “The Blair-Squatch Project” — the movie stars Bryce Johnson (Pretty Little Liars) as a bigfoot believer who heads deep into California’s Six Rivers National Forest on a quest to record the mythical beast. He’s also accompanied by his reluctant girlfriend, played by Alexie Gilmore.

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Can Daniel Radcliffe bring rom-coms back? -- VIDEO

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As a genre, the romantic comedy has been coasting on fumes for several years. Its last really big box-office hit was Hitch, and that premiered in 2005. What was the last rom-com that you loved enough to see twice? Mine was Knocked Up — which came out seven years ago.

But despite the genre’s recent, sluggish track record, maybe Hollywood should stop trying to reinvent the wheel and instead double down on old-school convention. That seems to be the course of What If, a throwback to the likes of When Harry Met Sally that stars Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan. Boy meets girl. Boy likes girl. Girl has a boyfriend. Boy and girl become friends. Boy pushes boyfriend out window. You know the rest.

There is something sweet about What If, which screened at the Toronto Film Festival last fall when it was still titled The F Word. Are you willing to risk a blind date on it?

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New 'Annie' remake trailer: 'Whoa, my hair's gigantic!'

Yes, the first trailer for Will Gluck’s modern-day spin on the beloved 1977 musical Annie was… a little jarring. Daddy Warbucks had become a mogul and mayoral candidate played by Jamie Foxx; Miss Hannigan was a trashy blonde with Cameron Diaz’s face who yearned for the arms of George Clooney; the few bars of Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin’s iconic songs we heard bore the unmistakable stamp of Auto-Tune.

But this time around, you’ll know what to expect when you check out the movie’s second full-length trailer — which makes the clip’s pop culture references (there’s a running Batman joke) and Diaz’s mugging go down a little easier. Also: Somewhere along the way, Foxx’s character’s name was apparently changed from Benjamin to William Stacks. And he goes by “Will,” not “Bill.” (Wonder who realized that Benjamin Stacks was just a liiitle too on the nose?) There’s still stuff in here bound to bug purists — lyrics from “It’s The Hard Knock Life” and “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile” have been altered slightly — but at least the story’s heart seems to be intact. Also: Turns out the movie’s version of Warbucks is bald after all! Will that satisfy you?!

Adjust your expectations — it’s safe to say “We’d Like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover” won’t be making an appearance — and watch below:

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