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'Divergent' trailer: Shailene Woodley is ready for battle

“Everyone’s afraid of something,” declares the new trailer for Divergent.

Based on the first book in Veronica Roth’s bestselling YA trilogy, the latest trailer for the highly anticipated film gives fans their most in-depth look yet at the dystopian world Tris (Shailene Woodley) and her community inhabit. Fans of the franchise will likely be most excited to see the first extended look at the fear landscape, where Tris will battle her demons and discover she may not be as ordinary as she once thought. There’s also a look at Tris and Four (Theo James) on the Ferris wheel, as well an a peek at sinister Jeanine Matthews (Kate Winslet).

“Fear doesn’t shut you down, it wakes you up,” Four explains to Tris in the trailer. “That’s what makes you dangerous.” Watch below: READ FULL STORY

Steve Coogan's 'Alan Partridge' comes stateside: 'You know who I am' -- VIDEO

Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan’s narcissistic, vulgar U.K. TV and radio broadcaster alter ego, is finally getting his stateside feature debut after nearly a decade of tantalizing rumors.

Half of you have probably been keen on Partridge for years and will scoff at the insufficient description of the beloved character that’s been around in some form for over two decades. The other half? Maybe you caught some of Partridge on his BBC America show, maybe you heard Coogan and Rob Brydon riff on its lack of U.S. appeal in The Trip and pretended to know about it. Or, maybe you’re just trying to figure out where you’ve heard the name Steve Coogan before. (Lately? Probably Philomena. But really, if you’re here, you know Coogan.)

Regardless of your familiarity with Partridge, Alpha Papa looks like an absolute delight and already opened in the U.K. last summer to very positive reviews. (It currently boasts an 84% on Rotten Tomatoes.) In the film, when North Norfolk Digital Radio is taken under siege after a disgruntled ex-employee (Colm Meaney) decides to exact revenge, Coogan’s Partridge is the only person he’ll talk to. He’s also, predictably, the one who got him fired. Check out the spot after the jump.

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Super Bowl ad hints at major death

O Captain, my Captain …

We’d issue a spoiler alert here, but all we know is what the new trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier is trying to tell us: Somebody big is going down. Like, 6-feet-under down.

The Super Bowl spot accomplished a handful of things:

– It got fans even more riled up for a film that already has tremendously strong word-of-mouth.
– The uninitiated got a brief primer on who/what The Winter Soldier is.
– Marvel Studios is really trying to make us believe a particular character is headed toward an untimely end.

(We won’t mention who until after the jump. Not that we know. As Springsteen says, “we’re just dancing in the dark …”)

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'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Super Bowl spot: Dinobots! Galvatron? -- VIDEO

Forget going medieval — the Transformers are going pre-historic.

Even when you see the finished movie, it can be hard to comprehend exactly just went down in a Transformers film. A short Super Bowl spot is even harder to figure out, although that’s probably by design.

Transformers: Age of Extinction dropped a great big heaping wallop of metal-on-metal ass-kicking on Sunday, with a few clues about some of the new robot characters that may tantalize kids who grew up on the ’80s TV cartoon.

Let’s see if we can take a few guesses at what we’re seeing …

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'Need for Speed' Super Bowl ad: Aaron Paul wants to know if you've got anything faster -- VIDEO

When Aaron Paul started preparing for Need for Speed, director Scott Waugh gave him one name to focus on: Steve McQueen.

The movie might take its name from a popular video game, but Waugh never saw it as a cynical cash grab — instead, he saw an “adaptation” as an opportunity to create an homage to classic ’60s and ’70s car flicks. Also, as Paul pointed out late last year in Los Angeles, they couldn’t have stuck to the video game even if they wanted to. “There’s no narrative there,” he said. “It was a blank canvas. All we needed to stick to was super fast cars.”

So, they started with McQueen.
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'Muppets Most Wanted': Check out the extended Super Bowl spot -- VIDEO

“Critics across the Internet have at least seen some of the commercials for Muppets Most Wanted,” the felt-tastic sequel’s latest TV spot declares. And now you can be one of them: The special Game Day ad has already been posted online. Much like the previews released in early January and during the Golden Globes, the clip features messages written by twitter users who totally, 100% exist but tweet only about Muppet-related stuff — like @kevkoast315 and, of course, @pleaseusemeinad. (Congratulations, not-fake guy!)

It’s also got a tantalizing glimpse at Tina Fey as an evil Russian, as well as cameos by the likes of Christoph Waltz and Tom Hiddleston… not to mention a little something special, courtesy of the movie’s  evil Kermit doppelganger. (Hint: Don’t check your router; the wifi’s working just fine.)

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'Winter's Tale' trailer: Colin Farrell rides a white horse, Russell Crowe growls -- VIDEO

A common thief falls in love with a tuberculosis-stricken beauty in the supernatural drama Winter’s Tale, starring Colin Farrell as said thief, and Jessica Brown Findlay (Lady Sybil!) as the object of his affection. Set in a mythic, Edwardian-style New York City, Russell Crowe brings out a devilish Irish growl to play a malevolent gangster.

Based on Mark Helprin’s 1983 novel, the adaptation marks Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman’s (A Beautiful Mind) directorial debut. Winter’s Tale also boasts an impressive supporting cast including Will Smith, Eva Marie Saint, Matt Bomer, and Jennifer Connelly. Check out the trailer after the jump, and don’t blink or you might miss Smith.

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'Enemy' trailer: Things get menacing when Jake Gyllenhaal meets Jake Gyllenhaal

What starts as a simple vanity quest turns sinister when a low-key history professor spots his mirror image in a film and eventually tracks him down. Jake Gyllenhaal takes on double duty as the actor and professor in director Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy, which premiered at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival. Based on Nobel Prize-winner José Saramago’s novel The Double, Mélanie Laurent, Sarah Gadon, and Isabella Rossellini round out Villeneuve’s cast as the women in the lives of the lookalikes.

Check out Jeff Labrecque’s interview with Villeneuve, and watch the hypnotizing, minimalist trailer after the jump.

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'A Million Ways to Die in the West' red-band trailer: Is this Seth MacFarlane's 'Blazing Saddles'? -- VIDEO

Like Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles, Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West is a gleefully profane, proudly anachronistic Western spoof set in the mid to late 19th century that features an unlikely hero, a gorgeous blond love interest, at least one big campfire scene, cartoonish violence, jokes about sharpshooting, jokes about promiscuous frontier ladies, jokes about Native Americans who just might be Members of the Tribe (“Mila Kunis” is the new “Loz im geyn!”), and lots — I mean lots – of slapstick humor.

And unlike the classic 1974 comedy, A Million Ways probably won’t break any new ground — though it is pretty cool to see major talents like Charlize Theron, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman, Liam Neeson, and, yes, MacFarlane himself united in the same goofy joke factory. (Another Brooksian touch: The Family Guy creator is the film’s director, co-writer, and star.) Though be forewarned: Given the graphic nature of a few scenes in the following restricted trailer, you might want to wait to watch until after you’ve eaten lunch. And the language is obscene enough to make Mel himself proud. Hosti gezen in dayne lebn?
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'The Fault in Our Stars' trailer: Watch it here -- VIDEO

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Have your tissues on hand: The trailer for The Fault in Our Stars is here. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, the film is based on a book of the same name by John Green. In the book, 16-year-old cancer patient Hazel meets Augustus in a support group and the two fall in love as they bond over shared fears and shared loves. The film is set to hit theaters June 6, but until then, watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY

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