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New HBO ‘The Normal Heart’ Trailer: Ryan Murphy AIDS Drama Hits You Right in the Feels

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HBO

We've seen a few looks at 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's forthcoming HBO tearjerker 'The Normal Heart' already, but the latest full trailer for the star-studded AIDS drama is easily the most intense, and emotionally intriguing yet, particularly for fans of its star-studded cast.

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HBO’s ‘The Normal Heart’ Trailer: “I’ve Never Seen or Heard of Anything Like This!”

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HBO

HBO continually prepares for a banner weekend this coming Sunday with the premieres of 'Game of Thrones' season 4, Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley' and 'Veep' season 3, but also promotion for its late spring and summer assets. To wit, the latest trailer for HBO's star-studded Ryan Murphy AIDS drama 'The Normal Heart' has arrived, chock full of Emmy-caliber performances we'll be hearing about in the months to come.

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HBO’s ‘The Normal Heart’ Trailer: Ryan Murphy’s Starry AIDS Drama Gets Mark Ruffalo Worked Up

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HBO

Just when you thought HBO had enough to focus on between the 'True Detective' finale, our first real look at 'Veep' season 3, and yet another 'Game of Thrones' trailer, the pay-cable network hits us again. Ryan Murphy's adaptation of iconic stage play 'The Normal Heart' has its own first trailer, with everyone from Julia Roberts to 'The Avengers' star Mark Ruffalo shouting about the HIV-AIDS epidemic of the '80s.

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‘Friday Night Lights’ Movie Officially Dead, Says Peter Berg

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Clear eyes and full hearts don't seem to have done 'Friday Night Lights' fans any good after all, as following endless speculation of a big-screen return for the high school football drama, executive producer Peter Berg has officially given up on a 'Friday Night Lights' movie.

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‘Lone Survivor’ Review

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Universal Pictures

War, in case you've forgotten, is hell.

I don't mean to sound flip concerning a very serious topic, but I'm not really sure what else to glean from Peter Berg's 'Lone Survivor,' a based-on-true-story tale of a Navy SEAL operation gone south. It is a brutal, unpleasant way to spend two hours. The violence is relentless and unsubtle, and when the audio/visual PTSD smoke clears, there's the realization that you've learned nothing about these characters or the wider situation in Afghanistan. Berg's sole intent is to simply show the job these men do - “gotta pay the bills,” one character IMs to his wife. While slice-of-life narrative can sometimes be rewarding, in a film with as much manipulation as this it just isn't enough. 'Lone Survivor' rattles but it doesn't stir.

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‘Lone Survivor’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Is the Last Man Standing

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Universal

How exactly do you bounce back from a critical and financial bomb as big as 'Battleship'? If you're director Peter Berg, you go make 'Lone Survivor,' a war film based on true events that's already started generating extremely positive pre-release buzz. The newest trailer for the film has arrived and we certainly hope the finished film is as intense as it looks here.

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‘Lone Survivor’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg on a Real-Life Mission Gone Bad

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Before Mark Wahlberg takes on giant robots in Michael Bay's 'Transformers 4,' he's gotta hunt down an infamous Taliban leader, as shown in the first 'Lone Survivor' trailer.

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HBO’s ‘The Normal Heart’ Taps Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch

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From 'Glee' to 'American Horror Story,' Ryan Murphy fans know that the dedicated showrunner attracks plenty of talent to his work across a number of mediums. The coming months will see the 'Glee' creator tackling his first HBO movie 'The Normal Heart,' an adaptation of the Tony-winning Larry Kramer play of the same name, amassing TV and film stars alike for the effort. Latest to join the piece are big-budget flop-master Taylor Kitsch and 'The Big Bang Theory's' Jim Parsons, so will 'The Normal Heart' prove HBO's next award winner?

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Taylor Kitsch to Take ‘Exit 147′ Into Horror-Thriller Territory

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Universal Pictures

Taylor Kitsch had a rough 2012 thanks to box office disappointments 'John Carter,' 'Battleship' and 'Savages.' Yet with a screen presence like that, you can't stay down-and-out for long. Looks like Kitsch's next project finds him squaring off against a killer in a more modestly budgeted film called 'Exit 147.'

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Get to Know the Cast of ‘Savages’ in These New Interrogation Videos

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Universal Pictures

Oliver Stone's 'Savages' hits theaters next month, and amid the appeal of bigger summer blockbusters, what does this film have to offer? The answer is simple: Taylor Kitsch, lots of marijuana, and guns.

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