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'Hercules: The Legend Begins' trailer: Kellan Lutz learns his destiny -- VIDEO

A new trailer has surfaced for Hercules: The Legend Begins, the first of two upcoming films which will take on the epic Greek legend within the next year.

Director Renny Hariln’s upcoming film is set in Ancient Greece and finds Hercules (Kellan Lutz), born out of wedlock to a queen who had an affair with Zeus, unaware of his own identity and destiny. Hercules soon learns of his destiny and realizes he must choose between fulfilling that destiny or running away with his true love, the Princess of Crete (Gaia Weiss), who has been promised to his own brother.

The new trailer sets up the impending doom of a battle with various 300-esque shots of sweeping Greek armies, as well as the beginnings of a love story between Hercules and Princess Hebe.

Another Hercules movies, directed by Brett Ratner and starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, is set to hit theaters in July.

Watch the trailer for Hercules: The Legend Begins below:

Watch the trailer for 'Son of God' based on 'The Bible' mini-series -- VIDEO

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s The Bible makes the jump from the small to the big screen in the upcoming Son of God. Based on the ratings hit History Channel mini-series, Son of God is a standalone feature film that centers on the journey of Jesus, played by Diogo Morgado reprising his role.

Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' trailer: Ben Stiller wakes up and starts living -- VIDEO


A new trailer and poster were just released for Ben Stiller’s Christmas Day release The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. The film, directed by and starring Stiller, was adapted from James Thurber’s short story of Walter Mitty, a man who escapes his anonymous life by daydreaming himself into a world of fantasies filled with heroism, romance, and action.

When his job and that of his co-worker (Kristen Wiig) at Life magazine are threatened, Walter embarks on a real-world global journey in search of an estranged photographer (Sean Penn) and a very important photo negative. The new trailer shows how Walter transitions from his real life to that of his daydreams. The new poster for the film features Ben Stiller running through New York’s Times Square, where all the billboards are papered with photos of himself on different adventures.

Watch the new trailer and poster for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty below:

Jean-Claude Van Damme welcomes Adam Brody to the jungle in new movie trailer -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


Martial-arts master Jean-Claude Van Damme has gloriously entered the Chuck Norris chapter of his career. No, Van Damme can’t make it rain cats and dogs just so he can solve a mouse problem. But the Muscles from Brussels is much more willing to parody his reputation as a legendary cinematic tough guy and laugh at his own expense. (You may have seen his recent Volvo commercial.)

In the upcoming movie Welcome to the Jungle, Van Damme goes even further, playing a deranged former Marine tasked with training a herd of office drones on an island corporate retreat. He immediately identifies a potential agitator, Adam Brody, and when the group finds themselves stranded in the remote wilderness, it becomes every man and woman for themselves. Rob Huebel and Kristen Schaal co-star in the movie, which will open in theaters and VOD on Feb. 7.

Click below for the exclusive trailer, and see what wild animal dares challenge Van Damme as king of the jungle. READ FULL STORY

Check out the trailer for 'Sabotage' with Arnold Schwarzenegger -- VIDEO


Last month, I undertook a whistle stop tour of film sets in England — a full account of which you can read in the current Entertainment Weekly — and spent an afternoon hanging out with director David Ayer while he shot his  as-yet-untitled, Brad Pitt-starring World War II tank film. “All my movies are about people in cars,” said Ayer, who wrote and directed End of Watch and whose other scripting credits include the similarly auto-centric The Fast and the Furious and Training Day.


Watch the very NSFW trailer for Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' -- VIDEO


When you title a film Nymphomaniac, there are certain expectations for the trailer, and we can now promise that those expectations will be met and possibly exceeded in the incredibly NSFW first trailer for Lars Von Trier’s latest film.

Nymphomaniac follows a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac — or sex addict, if you prefer — through her many, er, life experiences. The two-part, five-hour film stars Charlotte Gainsbourg, Shia LaBeouf, Uma Thurman, Jamie Bell, Stellan Skarsgard, and more.

Watch the NSFW trailer below (if the YouTube version is not working, try the Red Band version of the trailer below it): READ FULL STORY

'A Haunted House 2' trailer: New year, new house, same Wayans -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


One year ago, a man was forced to experience life in a haunted house. Now? He’s finally moving…into another haunted house.

We’ve got an exclusive first look at the teaser trailer for A Haunted House 2, the sequel to this year’s A Haunted House. Starring Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly, Gabriel Iglesias, Essence Atkins, and Cedric the Entertainer, the film catches back up with Malcolm (Wayans), who is trying to get a fresh start after having to exorcise demons out of his ex. However, moving into a beautiful home with his new girlfriend and her two children does nothing to stop the paranormal — or the humor.

Watch the trailer below:

Justin Bieber's 'Believe' trailer: 'You could be the next train wreck' -- VIDEO

In case you hadn’t noticed, Justin Bieber is no longer just some “kid on YouTube.” In fact, since his last documentary, we’ve seen his star continue to rise — and potentially start to fall.

Now, Bieber has released the trailer for his next film, Believe, in which we see him literally grow wings and fly. As he explains it: “When you’ve reached a certain point in your life, there are people out there waiting to see you fall. But rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and fly.”

Featuring interviews with Usher and others close to the Biebs, this documentary examines everything from Bieber’s continued success to his unfortunate run-ins with the paparazzi, and even why he wears his pants so low. Watch the laughter, the tears, and one little wink in the trailer below:

'Noah' trailers: Russell Crowe fights natural disasters of biblical proportions -- VIDEO


In Noah, director Darren Aronofsky’s Old Testament epic, Russell Crowe plays the titular biblical figure who must save his family from God’s impending wrath of natural disasters.

In the pair of trailers below, Crowe sports varying hair lengths and levels of distress as he “builds a vessel to hold the innocent.” This vessel — his Book of Genesis-worthy ark — is gargantuan, with special compartments for reptiles, mammals, and birds. After all, it has to withstand biblical plagues.

We also see Anthony Hopkins, looking a little like a worse-for-wear Gandalf, advising Crowe: “You must trust he speaks in a way that you can understand.” The cast includes Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and Douglas Booth.

Watch the trailer below:

New 'Robocop' trailer: Samuel L. Jackson demands 'Why is America so Robo-phobic?!'


What should a highly-advanced society fear more — a zombie that once was human, or a robot that’s part man?

A reboot of the 1987 original starring Peter Weller, the newest trailer for RoboCop begins with director José Padilha comparing the “automated violence” of the earlier film to our current use of  drones and bots in warfare. The OmniCorp CEO, played by Michael Keaton, wants to bring robot-law enforcers to the streets. But they’ll need someone to wear the robotic armor. That’s where good cop, Joel Kinnaman (The Killing) comes in as the RoboCop. Some highlights? The commanding presence of Samuel L. Jackson (sporting some serious Al Sharpton hair), who’s booming voice delivers the pro-robot sermon. The cast also boasts Gary Oldman, Abbie Cornish, and Jackie Earle Haley.

What do you guys think of the new RoboCop? Watch the new trailer below. READ FULL STORY

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