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U.S. District Court grants subpoena over 'Avengers' trailer leak

Marvel’s response to the recent Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer leak was swift—soon after the video hit the web, the studio abandoned its plans to debut it during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D the following week and released their own, high-res version right away. It paid off, breaking streaming records despite the leak.

But the story doesn’t end there—on Marvel’s request, Google has been subpoenaed by a federal judge to produce information relating to the source of the leak. READ FULL STORY

Watch the mysterious trailer for 'The Sleepwalker'


It’s tough getting acclimated to new roommates, as seen in the new theatrical trailer for The Sleepwalker.


Watch trailer for the Iranian vampire Western, 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night'


Director Ana Lily Amirpour takes on entirely different kind of vampire tale in her directorial debut, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.


Watch the terrifying teaser trailer for 'Insidious: Chapter 3'


Focus Features released a teaser trailer for Insidious: Chapter 3, the latest installment in the Insidious franchise.


Watch Bradley Cooper in the heart-pounding trailer for 'American Sniper'


Bradley Cooper plays the most lethal sniper in U.S. history, according to the riveting U.K. trailer for American Sniper, an upcoming drama from director Clint Eastwood that’s based on the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle’s bestselling autobiography.

Cooper, who’d acquired the rights to the memoir early on, was deep in development when Kyle was tragically shot in early 2013. Though shaken, he decided to proceed with the film. In a Fresh Air interview, he said: “His story first of all really needs to be told, and it’s also relevant on two fronts: gun control and the need to address the many soldiers who are coming back with PTSD. Medicine has evolved to such a state — soldiers are coming back and they’re going to assimilate into the culture and if we don’t address the mental state along with the physical state it’s going to be a problem.”

Check out the sparse, tense trailer below.


Puffy robot Baymax takes center stage in new 'Big Hero 6' trailer

Since Disney revealed its first animated Marvel film, Big Hero 6, the plump robot Baymax has been at the heart of the promotional campaign. His presence has steadily grown from trailer to poster to clip, and the upcoming release’s latest trailer isn’t just heavy on the Baymax love. It makes him the star.


Josh Hutcherson finds a shady new calling in 'Paradise Lost' trailer


Paradise Lost looks to tell the classic story of boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl… boy discovers girl’s uncle is famed Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar?

In the first trailer for the film, Josh Hutcherson’s character, surfer Nick Brady, goes on a trip with his brother to Colombia, only to fall in love with Claudia Traisac’s Maria. As the two grow closer, however, Maria introduces Nick to her uncle, Escobar, played by Benicio del Toro. Nick becomes embroiled in the drug lord’s cartel after seeing how the poor view Escobar as their Robin Hood. But, as the trailer shows, the dangers of moving such large amounts of cocaine could cost Nick his life. READ FULL STORY

'Ghostbusters' gets a retro 30th anniversary release trailer

Sometimes it’s best not to mess with the classics. So, in honor of the 30th anniversary theatrical re-release of a restored and remastered Ghostbusters—coming this Labor Day weekend—Sony has released a fittingly retro trailer.

Ghostbusters is still one of our studio’s most beloved franchises,” Rory Bruer, Sony’s president of worldwide distribution, told EW’s Jeff Labrecque. “I was lucky enough to work on the release of the film on its first run, so it’s a real thrill for me to see that it’s still connecting with audiences everywhere. On the big screen or in home entertainment, this is a great movie to experience again and again.”


Video: Lives collide in new trailer for crowded, crowdfunded 'Reach Me'


Crowdfunding can be a fickle thing. Many filmmakers—those as famous as Spike Lee and those as obscure as your little cousin—have managed to raise money for their movies through platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. The picture gets complicated, though, when other financiers are involved.

In the case of Reach Me, one investor backed out while filming was already in progress, so director John Herzfeld started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $250,000 to finish his film. He raised more than that amount before the goal date, but canceled the Kickstarter campaign anyway and re-created it on Indiegogo—which, unlike Kickstarter, allows people to contribute more than $10,000 in a single donation. However, the Indiegogo campaign raised only about $180,000. Herzfeld found another private investor, though, and only needed $50,000 of crowdfunded money to finish Reach Me.

And now there’s footage to show for it.

Reach Me is described as the story of “several characters whose lives collide due to an underground inspirational book written by an anonymous author.” The trailer appropriately teases a Paul Haggis-esque tale of interconnecting lives, set to inspirational music. It stars Kelsey Grammer, Lauren Cohan, Nelly, Terry Crews, Sylvester Stallone, and many, many others. So many that the final 30 seconds of the trailer are credits for people starring in the movie.

Reach Me will be in theaters on September 19.

Watch the trailer for Banksy's next movie (or maybe this is the movie?)

Reclusive street artist Banksy continues to play games.

On Wednesday, the artist posted a three minute clip (titled “Better Out Than In — the movie”) about his time as a self-proclaimed “Artist in Residence” in New York last October. Banksy’s stint in the city inspired both acclaim and derision as the artist’s installations provoked what his video calls a “city-wide, full-contact game of hide and seek.”


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