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'Begin Again' trailer: Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley make sweet, sweet music -- VIDEO

What happens when you combine two recently-dumped individuals who share a passion for music?

You get the trailer for Begin Again, which stars Mark Ruffalo as an ex-record executive. He discovers Keira Knightley, a rock-n-roll ex-girlfriend, singing in a bar. The two then join up to make a record together … outside.

Begin Again, which was originally titled Can a Song Save Your Life?, also stars Hailee Steinfeld, Adam Levine, James Corden, Catherine Keener, and obviously, CeeLo Green, because what’s a movie about music without a Voice reunion? Written and directed by Once‘s John Carney, Begin Again will close the Tribeca Film Festival in April.

Watch the trailer, which debuted on Today Friday morning, below:

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Chris Lowell surpasses Kickstarter goal in one day

Chris Lowell may be the less popular Veronica Mars boyfriend, but the Enlisted star clearly has his fair share of fans. Lowell raised over $78,000 on his first day on Kickstarter. His goal was only $63,021.

No, it’s not for a Veronica and Piz spinoff. Lowell, also a prolific photographer, directed his first feature Beside Still Waters. Lowell writes that it’s “a movie about drinking and dancing. Laughter and secrets. Sex, drugs, mischief and regret. A movie about friendship.” Over the past two years, Lowell cast, shot, and edited the movie and needs to raise funds for “deliverables,” which, he explains, include “insurance, cleaning dust & scratches, music rights, closed captioning.” READ FULL STORY

Box office preview: Can 'Noah' build an opening of biblical proportions?

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After months of hand wringing and controversy, Darren Aronofsky’s CGI-happy Noah finally hits theaters this weekend.

Boasting an all-star cast, a patina of prestige and a wide release, there’s no doubt that the epic will open in first place. But coming on the heels of last weekend’s surprise success story God’s Not Dead, the Christian film that opened in fourth place at $9.2 million from just 780 screens, the question of the weekend is whether faith-based audiences will turn out to see just what Aronofsky has done with the story.

This weekend also provides a lot of interesting fodder to analyze, including Divergent‘s ability to hold its own after a robust, fan-driven opening weekend, whether or not The Grand Budapest Hotel‘s limited-release triumphs will translate into a mainstream hit, and how successful Pantelion’s grassroots Cesar Chavez marketing will be when it comes to getting audiences in the theaters.

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'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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Casting Net: Mark Walhberg takes on 'Mojave'; Plus Jake Johnson, more

• Mark Wahlberg revealed that he has a small part in William Monahan‘s Mojave, about a depressed, suicidal artist (Garrett Hedlund) who takes to the desert where he has a run-in with a homicidal drifter/doppelgänger (Oscar Isaac). Oscar winner Monahan wrote The Departed and The Gambler (upcoming), both of which feature Wahlberg. The specifics of Wahlberg’s Mojave role were not disclosed. [Collider] READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Meryl Streep attached to Diablo Cody, Jonathan Demme pic; Plus, Corey Stoll, Chris Pratt, more

• Meryl Streep is reportedly attached to star in Ricky and the Flash about a woman trying to repair her broken relationships with the family she abandoned to be a rock star decades earlier. Diablo Cody (Juno) penned the script and Jonathan Demme (Silence of the Lambs) is attached to direct. All are Oscar winners. According to the report, Universal and Fox 200 are interested in the movie. [The Wrap] READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Robin Wright, Sam Worthington board 'Everest,' more

• Robin Wright (House of Cards) and Sam Worthington (Avatar) will join the cast of director Baltasar Kormakur‘s Everest, which is currently shooting in Nepal. The large ensemble includes Jason Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, and John Hawkes. Worthington will play a climbing expert, and Wright will play the wife of Brolin’s character. The Universal pic is set for  Sept. 18, 2015, release. [Deadline] READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Ellen Page in talks to play John Belushi's wife in biopic; Plus, Dakota Johnson, more

• Ellen Page (Juno) is in talks to play John Belushi’s wife, Judith Jacklin, in the upcoming biopic of the late comedian’s life. Emile Hirsch (Lone Survivor) is set to star as Belushi in the Steve Conrad-directed and scripted pic. Page can be seen next as Kitty Pryde in X-Men: Days of Future Past (out May 23). Her spy-thriller Queen and Country also recently snagged a director in Craig Viveiros. [The Wrap] READ FULL STORY

'Teenage' executive producer Jason Schwartzman on zoot suits and youth culture's pre-history

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Today’s teenagers may be their own industry, but the idea that there’s a distinctive time between childhood and adulthood is still relatively new.

Filmmaker Matt Wolf explores this concept, and the genesis of western youth culture, in Teenage, an intoxicating, genre-bending portrait of teenage life inspired by Jon Savage’s eponymous book. With never-before-seen archival footage, recreations, an original score from Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox, and voiceovers from the likes of Ben Whishaw and Jena Malone, Wolf creates an experimental, creative non-fiction collage that covers the turn of the century through 1945.

In retelling the stories of boxcar children, victory girls, Bright Young Things, zoot suits, and other youth movements of the past century, Teenage finds a universal story of discontent, alienation, feverish energy, and rebellion.

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Casting Net: Adam Scott eyes 'Sleeping With Other People'; Plus, Christian Bale, more

• Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Alison Brie (Community) are in negotiations to join the womanizer-befriends-a-serial-cheater comedy Sleeping With Other People from writer-director Leslye Headland (who Scott worked with on Bachelorette). Kirsten Dunst was previously set to star alongside Jason Sudeikis but had to drop out. Brie would be replacing Dunst. Sudeikis is still involved. [THR] READ FULL STORY

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