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Kristen Wiig stars as a woman at rock-bottom in the new Girl Most Likely trailer. Watch the first trailer for the indie comedy below:

Wiig plays Imogene, a playwright who fakes a suicide attempt in order to reconnect with her ex-boyfriend.

Her plan goes South, however, when her unreliable mother ends up taking her in.

Annette Benning, Matt Dillon, and Darren Criss (Glee) also star. Girl Most Likely premieres July 19.

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The new White House Down trailer is here!

This trailer plays down the action elements a little bit, in favor of the lighter, funnier elements. Take a look:

Channing Tatum stars as John Cale, a Secret Service applicant who finds himself stuck in the White House during an attack from a paramilitary group.

Looking to prove himself and save his daughter, Cale may be the last hope to protect the President.

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The first Ender's Game trailer debuts next week, but to tide us over until then, a teaser has just been released featuring the very first footage from the film.

Take a look at the video below, featuring an intro from stars Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford (is he beginning to sound a lot like Adam West to anyone else?):

After aliens attack Earth, the International Fleet begins training children for the next attack. Butterfield plays Ender, a boy who just may became Earth's next last hope.

Ben Kingsley (read about his latest performance in our Iron Man 3 review), Abigail Breslin, Hailee Steinfeld, Aramis Knight, Moises Arias, and Viola Davis also star.

Ender's Game, based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, debuts November 1.

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Do you have your 3D glasses ready?

Or are the kids these days just getting surgery on their eyes to make them 3D-capable?

Either way, figure out your ish and watch the new Star Trek Into Darkness 3D trailer:

Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Benedict Cumberbatch star in the sci-fi sequel, which takes place after the 2009 reboot.

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Guillermo Del Toro offers an introduction to this new Pacific Rim Japanese trailer.

In it, he outlines the influence that Manga and Kaiju films have had on the upcoming monsters-vs.-robots movie.

Check it out:

Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi star as two pilots of giant robots called "Jaegers." The robots are dispatched to stave off an onslaught of enormous monsters that emerge from the ocean.

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Man of Steel looks really intense.

From the footage we've seen, it's shot like a dark indie melodrama, which could potentially be very cool for a superhero film.

The latest TV spot, while short, shows off this intensity. Take a look:

Henry Cavill stars as Clark Kent, the Kryptonian adopted by humans.

Struggling with the alienation (I mean, he is actually an alien) he feels because of his superhuman abilities, he eventually adopts the Superman persona when an attack on Earth threatens civilization.

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The only thing more dangerous than mother nature is human nature.

Yes, hurricanes are devastating, but so is the inability to exercise portion control.

Tornados? Horrible. But what about basic issues of trust and commitment?

See some more terrifying examples in the new Aftershock red band trailer:

Eli Roth co-wrote the horror/thriller and stars as an American traveling in Chile when a giant earthquake hits.

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Violet and Daisy was first screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in the Fall of 2011. Fast forward a year and a half, and it's being released in theaters!

The film stars Saoirse Ronan and Alexis Bledel as two young female assassins living in New York.

When a mysterious loner hires them for a hit, they embark on an unexpected journey of self-discovery.

Check out the Violet and Daisy trailer below:

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There's a new international trailer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones!

Watch it below:

Lily Collins stars as Clary Fray in the adaptation of the first novel from the young adult series The Mortal Instruments.

When Clary's mother is kidnapped, she meets a group of half-angels called Shadowhunters, who help her on her search.

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