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'The Drop' trailer: James Gandolfini hides a dark past in his final film -- VIDEO

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In what ended up being the last film of his career, James Gandolfini plays a former criminal involved in the underworld of funneling cash to local gangsters in The Drop.

Gandolfini plays cousin Marv in the crime drama, which also stars Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace. When lonely bartender Bob (Hardy) finds himself in the middle of a robbery gone wrong, an investigation into the neighborhood’s past has everyone’s friends, families, and foes worried. Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead) directs the film with a screenplay from author Dennis Lehane (Mystic River, Gone Baby Gone). Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

'Phantasm: Ravager' cast details and teaser trailer -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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When the surprise news broke earlier this week that a fifth Phantasm movie  — called Phantasm: Ravager — was not just in the works but had actually been completed, it raised an awful lot of questions. Who directed the latest entry in the beloved cult horror franchise about the ghoulish, mysterious Tall Man and his lethal flying spheres? Which previous actors from the series (if any) would be making an appearance in the film? And when might we see some footage from the first Phantasm movie in 16 years?

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'Words and Pictures' trailer: Clive Owen is ready for love

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Someone you wouldn’t expect to see in a light-hearted romantic comedy: Juliette Binoche. (Unless Dan in Real Life counts.)

But the actress is starring alongside Clive Owen in Fred Schepisi’s Words and Pictures, which casts the duo as dueling prep school teachers. He’s a writer; she’s a painter. They may both have issues in their personal lives, but their combative relationship inspires creative greatness…when they aren’t competing for students. Will they eventually fall for one another?

Sure, it sounds pretty predictable — but this cute trailer shows that it could be pretty enjoyable as well. Watch below: READ FULL STORY

'Brick Mansions' trailer: Paul Walker gets crazy physical in one of his final roles -- VIDEO

The late Paul Walker is in full action-hero mode in the new trailer for Brick Mansions, one of the final films the actor shot before his untimely death in November. As undercover cop Damien Collier, Walker teams up with ex-con Lino (free-running expert David Belle) to take down drug lord Tremaine (RZA) in the Detroit projects known as Brick Mansions. Oh, and said underworld kingpin killed Collier’s dad, has kidnapped Lino’s girlfriend, and is hiding a weapon of mass destruction. How’s that for drama? READ FULL STORY

'Step Up: All In' trailer: 'Does this always have to end up in a big giant dance battle?' -- VIDEO

You know what a summer is without a good dance movie? Depressing, that’s what. So yes, Step Up: All In, like every other dance film, has to end up in a big giant dance battle. Otherwise, what’s the point?

Former Step Up Stars Ryan Guzman, Alyson Stoner, Briana Evigan and Adam G. Sevani are all set to break out their dancing shoes in the latest installment in the franchise, Step Up: All In. And for So You Think You Can Dance fans, Stephen Boss, a.k.a. tWitch, will also bust a move or two. So here’s what we know: Based on the first trailer, things are getting a bit theatrical, and by theatrical, I mean people are literally swinging on chandeliers and twirling flaming batons. Like I said, it all has to end in a big giant dance battle.

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'Cheap Thrills' trailer asks, 'How much for a pinkie finger?' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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How much money would you require to have a pinkie finger cut off? $22,000? $19,000? $15,000? Those are some of the — rapidly — declining bids featured in the new trailer for the black comedy Cheap Thrills.

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'The Giver' trailer: Meryl Streep! Jeff Bridges! Color?! VIDEO

So this is how you finally make a movie of The Giver after more than 15 years of development hell: By aging up the characters, adding in awesome body-snatching spaceships, and setting the whole thing to a pounding score straight out of the Dystopian YA Handbook.

Lois Lowry’s classic story — one of the first modern dystopic tales written explicitly for a younger audience — takes place in a future where all of the unpleasant, messy aspects of life (war, pain, difference, feelings in general) have been wiped away. (In the book, even the concept of color has been erased… but perhaps because they feared scaring off today’s teens with black-and-white scenes, The Giver‘s team seems to have elected to ignore that part.)

Its main character is Jonas (newly turned 12 in the book, but here played by strapping 24-year-old Aussie Brenton Thwaites), a boy who is chosen to become the community’s new Receiver of Memory — the only person who can recall what life was like before Sameness descended. But as Jonas begins his training under the outgoing Receiver — a.k.a. The Giver (Jeff Bridges, who also produced the film) — he realizes everything his people lost when they elected to soften the world’s hard edges… and decides to take drastic action to change things for good.

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'Maleficent': Angelina Jolie fires up her dragon in new trailer -- VIDEO

In Disney’s animated Sleeping Beauty, the villainess transforms herself into a fire-breathing dragon to do battle with the prince trying to rescue his slumbering love.

In the latest trailer, we get a first look at what this monster looks like in Maleficent, the live-action take on the folk tale that retells it from the perspective of the wicked fairy.

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'Devil's Knot' trailer: Colin Firth searches for truth in the West Memphis Three murder case -- VIDEO

Director Atom Egoyan’s Devil’s Knot aims to bring the infamous true story of the West Memphis Three to the big screen. Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon lead a star-studded cast in the upcoming crime drama based on the brutal murders of three young boys in Arkansas in 1993, and the trial of three teenagers accused of killing the children as part of a satanic ritual.

The new trailer for the upcoming crime drama heavily features Firth as private investigator Ron Lax, who’s not entirely convinced the three teenagers convicted of murder are guilty, and Witherspoon as Pam Hobbs, the grieving mother of one of the victims.

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'Tracks' trailer: Mia Wasikowska walks 2,000 miles, meets Adam Driver -- VIDEO

The Kids Are Alright‘s Mia Wasikowska stars in the upcoming adventure biopic Tracks as Robyn Davidson, a young woman who sets out on a 2,000-mile journey on foot from Australia’s Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean in 1977. The latest trailer for the film gives viewers a look at who and what Robyn encounters along the way, including a young National Geographic photographer named Rick Smolan (Girls‘ Adam Driver), who winds up documenting her adventure.

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