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'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.”

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

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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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Johnny Depp must be stopped in new 'Transcendence' trailer -- VIDEO

The latest trailer for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Transcendence explores what happens after Johnny Depp downloads his mind into a computer.

In the film, Depp plays a researcher named Will who gets uploaded into a computer after being fatally shot by an anti-technology terrorist group called RIFT (Revolutionary Independence From Technology). But while the fellow researchers who upload him may have had the best intentions, things take a turn for the worst when the experiment goes wrong and Will starts harboring more power than he was ever meant to.

Check out the new trailer for Transcendence below:
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Jason Bateman knows a lot of 'Bad Words' in red-band trailer for directorial debut -- NSFW VIDEO

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Can you spell potty mouth?

Jason Bateman definitely can and definitely has a one in the new red-band trailer for his directorial debut Bad Words.

Bateman stars as Guy Trilby, a 40-year-old who finds a loophole in the rules of the National Quill Spelling Bee and decides to cause trouble by hijacking the competition. Contest officials, outraged parents, and overly ambitious eighth-graders are no match for Guy, as he ruthlessly crushes their dreams of victory and fame.

Alison Janney, Kathryn Hahn, and Phillip Baker Hall also star in the comedy, out in March 2014.

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New 'Neighbors' trailer: Zac Efron gets fratty, Seth Rogen gets mad -- VIDEO

It’s fraternity versus family for Zac Efron and Seth Rogen in the new trailer for their upcoming comedy Neighbors.

Following the release of a red-band trailer last month, the latest preview shows a young couple (Rogen and Rose Byrne) trying to remain hip and cool after the birth of their first baby when a frat, led by Efron, moves in next door. A newborn baby and beer pong: What could possibly go wrong?

Looking at the trailer below, plenty. Beware of fireworks and flying balls when the film is released May 9, 2014.
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'How I Live Now' trailer: Saoirse Ronan gets her Katniss on

At first glance, there’s nothing particularly Hunger Games-y about How I Live Now, an upcoming film from The Last King of Scotland‘s Kevin MacDonald. In fact, the film’s new trailer starts out sort of like an updated version of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe: As World War III rages, a sad-faced American teen (Saoirse Ronan) gets shipped off to the idyllic English countryside, where she frolics around with her photogenic cousins. (A few differences: They don’t discover their own Narnia, and Ronan falls in love with one of the cousins (George MacKay). CS Lewis never would have gone for that.)

Halfway through the clip, though, the war comes to Ronan’s sanctuary — dividing her and a female cousin from her paramour and his brother. Suddenly, Roan finds herself roaming a post-apocalyptic wasteland, fighting for her own survival and that of her young charge. Can love prevail even as the world is ending? We don’t know for sure — but a concluding shot of Ronan wielding a gun shows that she may have entered full Action Grrrl mode by the end of the movie.

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'In A World ...' with Lake Bell gets new trailer

Lake Bell (Black Rock, What Happens in Vegas) just wants to be a voiceover actor, and In A World … where she wrote, directed and starred in her own film there is a good chance her dreams might come true.

Bell’s character in the film, Carol, wants to follow in her father’s (Fred Melamed) footsteps, and become a the voice of a generation of movie trailers. Although he is encouraging of her voice work, he thinks movie trailers are the big leagues where only the boys can play. He even appears to be coaching her nemesis, who is played by Ken Marino with sexist bravado. The film also stars Rob Corddry, Nick Offerman, and Demetri Martin.

To quote Bell’s father in the film. “I love that. It’s just so random.”

Winner of the Waldo Salt Screenwriting award, the film was lauded at the Sundance Film Festival for its loud humor and social commentary. It was also nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.

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'Iron Man 3': Tony Stark is under fire -- VIDEO

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A brief clip for Iron Man 3 premiered at tonight’s MTV Movie Awards.

The promo showed Tony’s home under attack, while our hero attempts to find his way into his new Iron Man suit. Check it out below.

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'Rush' trailer: Chris Hemsworth, fast cars, and fireballs -- VIDEO

Racing is rounding the corner on a real pop culture moment this year. In addition to the buzzy Zac Efron-starrer At Any Price (set for April), Ron Howard’s Rush hits theaters this fall. Chris Hemsworth revs up his regal Thor accent as a take-no-prisoners Formula 1 driver, who says things like, “The closer you are to death, the more alive you feel.” Judge that statement for yourself in the trailer below.

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