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The ‘Zootopia’ Trailer is Here to Teach Your Kids What ‘Anthropomorphic’ Means

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by Jacob Hall June 11, 2015 @ 12:34 PM
It’s common for early teaser trailers to act as announcements, introducing a the existence of a film before proper previews show up to talk about little things like plot and character. It’s less common for a trailer to give its viewers — ostensibly, in this case, children — the definition of “anthropomorphic” so they can easily digest a high concept. Welcome to the internet, Zootopia trailer. You are certainly one of the more unique teasers we’ve seen in a little while.

‘Regression’ Trailer: Satanic Panic Hits Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke

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by Britt Hayes June 10, 2015 @ 5:02 PM
Regression is the new film from The Others director Alejandro Amenabar, which means we can expect something haunting, atmospheric and beautifully shot — you get a definite sense of that in the new trailer for the film, which stars Emma Watson as a young woman who accuses her father of abuse…but that accusation may indicate something far more sinister.

Watch the First ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2’ Trailer!

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by Mike Sampson June 9, 2015 @ 10:19 AM
If The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 left you wanting more, the wait for the final installment in the Hunger Games series is almost over. You still have a few more months left to go, but today we have the first official trailer for Mockingjay - Part 2 and it’s everything you wanted and needed.

‘Ricki and the Flash’ Trailer: Meryl Streep Is the Best Worst Mom Ever

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by Britt Hayes June 8, 2015 @ 5:34 PM
It must be difficult to be mad at your absentee mom when she rocks this hard — the new trailer for Ricki and the Flash has arrived, in which acting icon Meryl Streep plays a rock icon fumbling her way through making amends with the family she once left behind. Adding a little realism is Mamie Gummer, Streep's real-life daughter who plays her fictional daughter in the film, which totally won't make you cry at all.

‘Z for Zachariah’ Trailer: Margot Robbie, Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor Live at the End of the World

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by Britt Hayes June 6, 2015 @ 1:18 PM
One of the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance film festival was Z for Zachariah, the new film from Compliance director Craig Zobel. Lionsgate has debuted the first trailer for the post-apocalyptic love triangle drama, imagining a world in which the last few people standing are also three of our most beautiful. So yeah, that can’t end well.

‘Suffragette’ Trailer: Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan Lead the Feminist Revolution

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by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 7:32 PM
Suffragette doesn’t look like your average historical drama or biopic, even though it checks off a few of those boxes (heavily gray British period piece starring Meryl Streep) — no, this true story of the women’s suffrage movement looks intense and stunning, and the trailer alone is enough to make you want to get up and throw a rock through a window.

‘Southpaw’ Trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal Gets Brutal in the Boxing Ring

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by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 6:11 PM
The first trailer for Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw seemingly laid out the entire plot of the film, but the second official trailer for the director’s latest drama is more compact, focusing more on the intensity of the piece. Although Fuqua’s films in recent years haven’t been exactly amazing, the promise of Jake Gyllenhaal in Southpaw is too good to ignore.

‘Creep’ Trailer: Mark Duplass Has a Special, Scary Project for You

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by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 5:39 PM
Creep first premiered at SXSW in 2014, before it was picked up for distribution and then…sort of disappeared for a while. The new indie horror flick from Blumhouse (the people who brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious, of course) recently put together a release plan, and now there’s a trailer to go along with it, featuring a very unnerving performance from Mark Duplass.

‘Bridge of Spies’ Trailer: Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg’s Cold War Thriller Looks Mighty Cool

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by Matt Singer June 5, 2015 @ 11:17 AM
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When Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg last made a war film, they produced Saving Private Ryan, which was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, and features what’s widely considered one of the greatest battle scenes ever captured on film. They’ve worked together since, including on Catch Me If You Can, one of the best movies of either man’s career, but Bridge of Spies might be considered a kind of spiritual sequel to Ryan. That was Hanks and Spielberg’s World War II picture. This is their Cold War one.