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Prepare yourselves for a new Skyfall trailer, James Bond fans.

The 23rd installment in this beloved, long-running franchise will be released on November 7 and, this just in: Daniel Craig will be shirtless in it!

In other related movie news, Judi Dench's M will find her past coming back to haunt her when MI6 comes under attack.

The action film also stars Javier Bardem, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe. Check out the new international preview now:

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The Man of Steel swoops into theaters next summer... with a great deal of pressure on his massive shoulders!

In the first trailer for the upcoming blockbuster, which debuted in front of The Dark Knight Rises this summer, film goers listen in at Russell Crowe's Jor-El imparts important words of wisdom to his son.

You will help people accomplish wonders, the biological father of Clark Kent says in this preview. You must give them an idea to strive towards.

But, seriously, no pressure!

Man of Steel features Henry Cavill as Superman and Amy Adams as Lois Lane. It comes out on June 14, 2013 and, as evidenced here, will clearly have a darker tone than previous installments in this franchise.

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In the wake of today's horrific Dark Knight Rises shooting in Colorado, Warner Bros. has chosen to pull the trailer for another movie out of theaters.

The preview for Gangster Squad, which has been online since May and is posted below, was NOT played prior to this morning's Batman feature and has NOT been attached to most of The Dark Knight Rises screenings around the country.

Still, one scene does depict mobsters opening fire inside a movie theater and, with the spot scheduled to start running nationwide this weekend, the studio thought it was inappropriate to air at such a time.

Gangster Squad will open on September 7. It stars Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Josh Brolin and centers on a LAPD unit assigned to rid Los Angeles of organized crime in the 1940s.

Do you think Warner Bros. made the right decision to yank the trailer from theaters?

 

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The first trailer for Oz: The Great and Powerful dropped today at Comic-Con, and the Sam Raimi-directed prequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, which is slated for a March 2013 release, looks like it will be a sight to behold.

The movie tells how the Wizard arrived in Oz and became the ruler:

Starring James Franco as a magician who is transported to the faraway land, eventually transforming into Oz: The Great and Powerful. We are also introduced to three witches, played by Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams.

After Franco's character ends up being drawn into the epic problems facing this strange new world, the legendary Wizard of Oz is born.

What do you think of the trailer? Are you excited for the movie?

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Ready to spend one wild and crazy day in the life of Robert Pattinson?

Or in the life of Eric Packer, we should say, the billionaire assets manager played by Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis, David Cronenberg's upcoming drama that stars the Twilight Saga stud as you've never seen him before?

Like previous Cosmopolis trailers, this new preview follows around the character during a dark, chaotic limo ride, one that is based on a wager Packer makes and which takes him in a number of unusual directions.

Cosmopolis also stars Jay Baruchel, Juliette Binoche and Paul Giamatti and comes out in limited release on August 17.

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Is the future truly under control?

Yes, if a new fake ad for Omnicorp is to be believed.

This organization is at the center of RoboCop - or was at the center of RoboCop 25 years ago during the Peter Weller film that will soon be remade with Joel Kinnaman in the title role.

In the first teaser for the upcoming sci-fi thriller, we're told to imagine a city with no crime, where "human resources meet robotic engineering" and all is safe in the world. But - SPOILER ALERT - that won't actually be the case.

Watch the trailer now and prepare for a RoboCop remake that also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, Hugh Laurie and Abbie Cornish.

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A new trailer for Total Recall is out, and director Len Wiseman's remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger hit looks like a non-stop adrenaline rush.

Starring Colin Ferrell and Kate Beckinsale, the film features a lot of memory loss, confusing over what is real, and stuff being blown up ... awesome.

Set in a different era with advanced technology (and women with three breasts), Recall also features Jessica Biel, who dukes it out with Beckinsale.

The film arrives August 3. Watch the new Total Recall trailer below:

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Matthew Fox, whose apparent mean streak has been well-documented of late, transforms into a serial killing cage fighter in the trailer for Alex Cross.

The 45-year-old actor radically transforms his body into 100 percent muscle for the film, in which his character goes up against ... Tyler Perry.

Yup, the actor-director plays the titular hero, based on author James Patterson's famed detective and played by Morgan Freeman in Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider.

Big shoes to fill for Perry. Check out the trailer:

­The thriller, directed by The Fast and the Furious' Rob Cohen, finds Cross investigating murders committed by ex-military hitman, Matthew "The Butcher" Sullivan (Fox).

Sullivan eventually targets Alex's wife, obviously.

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Monsters University is the prequel to Pixar's 2001 film, Monsters, Inc.

Set about 10 years prior to the events of the first film, the sequel / prequel is due out in 2013. In it, a young James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski meet in college and make big career plans to become scarers at Monsters, Inc.

Enroll in Monsters University now by watching the first trailer!

The movie will once again star Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Steve Buschemi, with Dave Foley, Joel Murray, Ken Jeong, Kelsey Grammer, and Rob Riggle.

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Taken 2 hits theaters on October 5 and, don't worry, Liam Neeson is bringing his particular set of skills back to the big screen.

A follow-up to the surprising 2008 hit, which established Neeson as a really surprising action star, the sequel will find his character of Bryan Mills going after his kidnapped ex-wife (Famke Janssen's Lenore).

It will also find him kicking, punching and shooting a whole lot of people in order to bring home his loved one. That's just how Bryan Mills rolls. It's what he does best, as he says below.

Watch the latest international trailer for Taken 2 now:

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