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  • Trailer: Avatar: The Last Airbender

    The epic new trailer for M. Night Shymalan’s live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, which aired during the Super Bowl is now available to view online. Will the film do justice to the phenomenal animated series, which was one of the best of the decade? Judging by this trailer’s heavy metal, martial-arts mayhem and […] More

  • Toy Story 3: Trailer #2

    The second trailer for Toy Story 3 has been released. The third installment in the series is scheduled for release on June 18, 2010, in the United States. Lee Unkrich, who edited the previous films and co-directed the second, takes over as director. Jim Herzfeld wrote a script which focuses on the other toys shipping […] More

  • Trailer: Centurion

    Centurion is the upcoming British historical thriller, directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent, Doomsday). The film revolves around the legendary Ninth Legion marching north to wipe out the Picts and their leader Gorlacon. The legion was joined by Quintus Dias, a survivor from a Roman frontier fort that the Picts originally raided. Historically, the Ninth […] More

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    Trailer: Cop Out

    The comic book writer, author, comedian, and actor Kevin Smith just released the trailer to his new film Cop Out. The upcoming 2010 buddy cop comedy film is the first film Kevin Smith directed that he has not written. Instead brothers Mark Cullen and Robb Cullen (both of whom have worked with him in previous […] More

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    Teaser Trailer: The People vs. George Lucas.

    A no-holds-barred cultural examination of the conflicted dynamic between George Lucas and his fans over the past three decades. THE PEOPLE vs. GEORGE LUCAS has been selected for the prestigious Spotlight Premiere section at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival in Austin, Texas, which runs from March 12th to 21st 2010. THE PEOPLE vs. […] More

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    Trailer: Philip Ridley’s ‘Heartless’

    Yahoo’s UK division has premiered the official trailer for Philip Ridley’s Heartless. Heartless is the long awaited return of The Reflecting Skin director Philip Ridley to the world of feature films. His last film, The Passion of Darkly Noon, was released way back in 1995. HEARTLESS is the menacing and magical tale of Jamie (Sturgess) […] More

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    Trailer: KING CRAB ATTACK!

    King Crab Attack! is a seven minute long French film. Here is 36 seconds worth of trailer, which is dubbed in English. The film is basically about transgenic giant crabs that attack the beaches of Trouville. The evil Raymond Santos, owner of a nearby processing plant, seeks to increase his company’s profitability by mucking about […] More

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    Trailer: The Secret of Kells (The Oscar nominee you never heard of)

    The Secret of Kells surprised just about everyone with it’s Oscar nomination this year. The Irish-Belgian-French animated feature film by Cartoon Saloon (who also created the television series Skunk Fu!) premiered on February 8, 2009, at the Berlin International Film Festival. It went into wide release in Belgium and France on February 11, and in […] More

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    Trailer: Ong Bak 3

    With the box office success of Ong Bak 2, Sahamongkol Film was quick to announce their intention to film this sequel. Filming of new footage for the follow-up will begin before the end of the year and will also incorporate unused footage from Ong Bak 2. Sia Jieang, an Executive of Sahamongkol, stated the film […] More

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    Kick Ass International Trailer

    I have collected the “Kick Ass” comic since it was released but in all honesty I think it is quite overrated. I am not sure how I feel about a movie based on a comic with less than ten issues released. Not to mention that each book is so short, it takes up not more […] More

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    Trailer: The Runaways

    Formed in late 1975 by drummer Sandy West and rhythm guitarist Joan Jett, The Runaways introduced themselves to producer Kim Fowley stating their ideas to form an all-girl band. Starting as a power trio with bassist Micki Steele, The Runaways began the party and club circuit around Los Angeles. In 1976, they added 16-year-old lead […] More

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    Trailer: Takeshi Kitano’s Outrage

    Japanese writer/actor/director Takeshi Kitano returns to the genre that brought him international acclaim. That’s right, Kitano is back in the Gangster genre with his new film titled Outrage. Little is known about the project aside from a power struggle amongst Tokyo’s mobsters. Kitano himself is set to star in the film as a low ranking […] More

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