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What goes better with Prohibition-Era literary adaptations than Beyonce, Lana Del Ray, and Florence + The Machine?

Director Baz Luhrmann decided to commission some of today's hottest stars to comprise the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby, adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel.

The soundtrack is wonderfully featured in the new Great Gatsby trailer. Take a look:

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With The Twilight Saga all wrapped up, where will teens turn to get their fix of Young Adult supernatural romance movie adaptations?

What's that? Everywhere?

One of the movies looking to fill the Twilight Gap is The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. And based on the popularity of Cassandra Clare's book series, we're guessing it'll do just fine.

Check out the new The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones trailer:

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Yesterday we showed you the Pineapple Express 2 trailer that ended up being an April Fools promo for This is the End.

Now, since they tricked us, Columbia Pictures owes us big time. Which I guess is why they released this This is the End red band trailer. It's full o' cursing, so put some headphones in if you're watching on a crowded ferry or at church.

The film follows pretty much all of your favorite comedic actors (playing themselves) as the apocalypse hits Los Angeles (just what we need, more traffic on the 10, am I right ladies?).

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From the looks of it, The Host is acted entirely in whispers. I was just waiting for someone in this trailer to yell "What!? I can't hear a word you're saying, speak up!"

Check out the final The Host trailer:

Saoirse Ronan stars in this adaptation of the young adult novel from Stephenie Meyer. Meyer's mindblowingly successful Twilight Saga means that The Host has a lot to live up to.

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Ladies, raise your hand if you would be willing to have your house violently infiltrated by a paramilitary terrorist organization just so that Channing Tatum could come in and save you, and the country, and the world.

Man that's a lot of hands. Jamie Foxx doesn't know how lucky he is.

Check out the first trailer for White House Down:

Yes, the film is in awful lot like Olympus Has Fallen, which is currently in theaters. That's the way Hollywood does things. It's likely that in August, Scott Bakula and Bill Paxton will star in Uh-oh Goes the President Place, with essentially the same plot.

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One moment he's singing, the next moment he's kicking serious behind.

Such is the life of Hollywood's most versatile actor, as Hugh Jackman is going from Jean Valjean to The Wolverine in one of this summer's most anticipated blockbuster.

Following the flop of 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Jackman has said this film will serve as a "standalone," taking his superhero to Japan and telling a wholly new story.

Watch the official trailer for this July 26 release now:

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I mean, don't get me wrong, I wouldn't want to take on Mandarin myself. But if you tell someone they'll never see you coming, well then, their guard is probably gonna be up pretty high.

It'd be better to say, "You'll see me coming! I'll emerge from behind that Arby's." But then come out of the Long John SIlver's next door and yell "Surprise attack!"

Where were we? Oh yes, the first Iron Man 3 TV spot has debuted. Take a look:

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I'm confused: I thought the end of humanity occurred when Honey Boo Boo got her own show.

But here, the new film World War Z is supposing it will occur once a zombie pandemic spreads across the globe. I guess there's still some humanity left to destroy... who knew.

Watch the new World War Z trailer and see how Brad Pitt deals with the Zombie Apocalypse:

After zombies take over, defeating armies and destroying countries, all hope seems lost. Gerry Lane, played by Pitt, is a U.N. worker charged with traveling the world to try to find a cure for the Zombie pandemic.

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