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TRAILER: ‘Inherent Vice’ finally drops, plus the Pynchonian poster

After much, much ado we have something! Warner Brothers has finally dropped the trailer for the incredibly elusive December 12th release, Inherent Vice, from Paul Thomas Anderson. The film is set to make its world premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival next week and up to this point we’ve have not much to go off of: a few ...

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TRAILER: Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’

Disney’s big push in the Animated Feature Film Oscar race, Big Hero 6, the Marvel-based comic series about nerds turned heroes against a kabuki-masked villain has dropped an action-packed trailer. It’s slickly animated, with a Tokyo-meets-San-Francisco setting (but with some really unfortunate and dated alt-rock music) and a tone that veers from perilous to sentimental. Take a look here: Disney’s ...

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TRAILER: Big Eyes finally shows up to the 2015 Oscar race

After nearly a year of very little to offer in the way of what this movie was going to look or feel like, The Weinstein Company has finally dropped the trailer for Tim Burton’s latest, Big Eyes. It’s the story of Margaret Keane, the artist of the famous ‘Big Eyes’ paintings in the 1950s that were attributed to her husband ...

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52nd New York Film Festival Trailer: First ‘Inherent Vice’ footage

The 52nd New York Film Festival has dropped a pretty cool trailer and even has a few ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ moments from Warner Brothers‘ super under cover Paul Thomas Anderson flick Inherent Vice, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin and Benicio del Toro. The film will be the Centerpiece selection and everyone’s first look at the film. Also to ...

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‘Get On Up’ Gets Down in First Trailer

Get On Up, director Tate Taylor’s follow-up to his Oscar-winning The Help, finds Chadwick Boseman (42) as the Godfather of Soul, a chronicle of James Brown’s rise from extreme poverty to become one of the most influential musicians in history. Surrounded by Oscar winners (Octavia Spencer, The Help) and Oscar nominees (Viola Davis, Doubt and The Help) and Dan Aykroyd (Driving ...

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