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Aside from a few Twitter-fueled Miley Cyrus anorexic rumors, things are going well for the star lately. She's got a hot career and a hotter guy in Liam Hemsworth.

Miles is having a tougher go of it in her new movie, however.

In LOL (seriously, that's the name), Cyrus stars as Lola (or Lol, for short, seriously), a high schooler navigating through peer pressures of romance and friendship.

Lol breaks up with her BF after he reveals he's been seeing someone else, battles her rival (Ashley Greene) and sees her grades slip. That's just in the trailer, too!

Watch the preview for this modern day piece of cinematic brilliance, which also stars Demi Moore as the mother to Cyrus' frequently sad-facing character, here:

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From director Oliver Stone comes Savages, a thriller caught between two worlds: The medicinal marijuana world of San Diego and the cartel-ruled universe of Mexico.

Taylor Kitsch and Aaron Johnson play marijuana “dealers” who buy in bulk for patients at their medical marijuana shop. At least until things take a very ugly turn.

When the cartel wants in on the business and they refuse, their shared girlfriend (Gossip Girl's Blake Lively) is kidnapped. Watch the trailer for the July 6 film below:

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The incomparable Katy Perry is set to add movie star to her resume with the release of her 3D concert documentary, Katy Perry: Part of Me, premiering July 5.

The film not only offers a front row seat to the pop hit-maker's concerts, but takes viewers behind the scenes for the rarest of looks inside Perry’s personal life.

Above all, KP promises eye-popping 3D sequences: "The word 'cheap' was not in the vocabulary. Hello - it's 3D. You're going to get hit with a lot of sh!t."

Bold words, but undoubtedly true. Here's the full-length trailer:

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Simply put, Robert Pattinson does not sparkle in Bel Ami. He seduces.

The Twilight Saga stud might frighten his fans a bit in the upcoming drama, in which he portrays  Georges Duroy, an aspiring power player/former solder in late 19th century Paris who sleeps his way to the top of society by bedding wealthy women played by Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas.

We know, we know: how lucky are Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas?!?

The film opens in the U.S. on June 8. Following the earlier release of an international Bel Ami trailer, we now encourage fans to check out the domestic version:

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The new film Rock of Ages is a hair band homage and a big screen Broadway musical adaptation the likes of which you likely haven't seen before.

Does that make it any good? An open question.

In any event, get ready for an '80s bonanza starring Tom Cruise, Julianne Hough, Alec Baldwin, Paul Giamatti, Bryan Cranston, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Russell Brand.

Check out the full-length theatrical trailer for the film below:

Rock of Ages tells the story of small town girl Sherrie and city boy Drew, who meet on the Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams.

The rock 'n' roll romance is told through the heart-pounding hits of Def Leppard, Joan Jett, Journey, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, Night Ranger, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Poison, Whitesnake, and many more jukebox favorites.

The movie, which chances are you're either dying to see or have absolutely zero interest in based on the subject matter, his theaters June 15.

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Whitney Houston passed away in February, but fans will still get a chance to watch her on the big screen in August.

That's because the singer had just finished filming Sparkle when she died, a remake of a 1976 movie in which she plays the matriarch of a musical family.

In various interviews since Houston left us, Jordin Sparks - who makes her Hollywood debut as Houston's daughter - said “it was amazing to walk into work and then Whitney is sitting in her chair blasting gospel music and singing,” while producer Howard Rosenman added that the legend “is unbelievably brilliant in [the film].”

The Today Show gave us our first look at Sparkle this morning. Watch now:

Cissy Houston, meanwhile, recently spoke out on her daughter's death and said she did everything she could have done to point Houston in the right direction.

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Ted, a non-animated film from Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad) and starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, appears to be utterly absurd.

Wahlberg plays a early 30’s guy who meets and falls in love with Mila Kunis’ character. There’s just one thing that can get in the way of their courtship:

His childhood teddy bear, who walks and talks with attitude.

Yes. We're serious. And even more surprising than the fact that this film exists is the fact that it might actually be funny. Like Family Guy quotes funny.

Check out your first glimpse of Ted & co. below ... a very NSFW look. Repeat: This trailer is for mature audiences only. Or immature, but still of age:

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Colin Farrell takes on the role made famous by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Total Recall, in theaters August 3. The film is not being described as a remake by its producers, yet it obviously bears similarities to the early '90s hit.

The line between fantasy and reality gets blurred as the fate of one man's world hangs in the balance, with the search for the truth taking on new meaning with each passing instant after his experiment with the company Rekall ... like the original.

Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston and John Cho also star. Here's the trailer:

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Yesterday, Step Up 4 released a new trailer and a new name, Step Up Revolution.

The newly minted dance-fest shifts to Miami this time around, with a budding romance between a flash mob leader and a young woman who strives to become a professional dancer ... standard Step Up operating procedure really.

The franchise maintains its So You Think You Can Dance connections with its lead star, Kathryn McCormick alongside tWitch, with Travis Wall as choreographer.

Look for the dance moves to burn up the summer ... July 27.

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While Lionsgate continues to celebrate the oodles of money flowing in as a result of The Hunger Games, another movie studio is also doing cartwheels: Relativity Media. Why?

Because that studio is behind The House at the End of the Street, a September 21 release that stars Katniss Everdeen herself, Jennifer Lawrence.

The film is your basic horror flick: Lawrence stars as Ellisa, the daughter of Elisabeth Shue's Sarah, who moves to a small-town house and starts to discover some chilling secrets about the residence and the area around them.

Check out the official, just-released trailer now and look forward to seeing Lawrence again on the big screen:

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