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Jeff Who Lives at Home, in theaters March 16, stars Jason Segel (How I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Muppets) and Ed Helms (The Office, The Hangover).

They had us at Jason Segel and Ed Helms, but the trailer looks funny too.

As Jeff (Segel) looks for signs from the universe to determine his path, a series of comedic and unexpected events leads him to cross paths with family members in the strangest of locations and circumstances. Watch the preview below ...

The legendary Susan Sarandon, Judy Greer and wood glue co-star in Jeff Who Lives at Home, which is directed by brothers Jay and Mark Duplass.


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The original theatrical Snow White and the Huntsman trailer focused primarily on Charlize Theron's evil queen. This latest version mostly follows suit, but also gives us our first glimpse at Chris Hemsworth as the titular huntsman.

Kristen Stewart's Snow White? Still not heard from.

The queen's quest to extinguish the bright light that is Snow White is the general premise of the film, which is the polar opposite of a feel-good, Disney-esque fairy tale.

Perhaps that plays a role in keeping Stewart's character shrouded in mystery so far. In any case, we can't wait for June 1, especially after seeing this latest teaser:

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Red Tails, in theaters tomorrow, tells the true story of the men of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American pilots to fly in combat during World War II.

George Lucas brings these WWII heroes to the big screen with some special effects that are typically top-notch and an all-star roster of acting talent to boot.

Check out the trailer for the period piece below ...

Red Tails stars Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr., Oscar nominee Terrence Howard, Emmy winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Tristan Wilds (The Wire, 90210), Rick Otto, Nate Parker, Ne-Yo, Michael B. Jordan (Parenthood) and Kevin Phillips.


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"You're going to see some d--k. You're going to see Jason Segel's d--k." - Chris Pratt on the star of his upcoming film, The Five-Year Engagement.

Jason Segel proved in Forgetting Sarah Marshall that he is not afraid to let it all hang out. His next film reinforces that positive life philosophy.

Segel and Emily Blunt star in the flick (out April 27) as a couple who has been engaged for ... yeah. Five years. Pratt plays Segel's best friend.

Check out the trailer for the upcoming release below:

Asked about the context in which we'll be seeing Segel's nether regions this time out, Pratt said dead seriously to E! Online, "Flaccid, I guess."

The Parks & Rec star continued, "Well, it will probably be medium flaccid, to be honest. If I know Jason, he's going to get a little blood in there."

Terrific. You've been warned, Chelsea Gill.

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Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory is the latest in a series of HBO documentaries about the West Memphis Three, released last year after 18 years of wrongful imprisonment.

Revealing injustices perpetrated by the Arkansas penal system against the men, now in their 30s, has become a goal the filmmakers will stop at nothing to achieve.

This travesty chronicling the betrayal of the young murder victims - and the wrongly convicted - has become one of the most famous cases in modern law.

Known as the West Memphis 3, Damian Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jesse Misskelley were freed in August after 18 years in prison under an obscure statute.

In an odd, legal twist, the trio entered a plea of guilty in court and were subsequently set free, with a twist. They were never technically exonerated.

Known as an "Alford plea," the defendants essentially admitted there was enough evidence to convict them, yet maintain the right to state their innocence.

Immediately following their release, Damien and Jessie held a press conference and insisted they served 18 years for a crime they "did not commit."

Their story, a must-see for anybody who cares about justice, was laid out in all its cynical truth in the last of the series, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory.

The film first aired on HBO last night. Look for a re-airing if you missed it.


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Kids: Killing social lives since the beginning of time!

Friends With Kids is a comedy centered around a close-knit circle of pals and a time in life where everything changes. The last two singles in the group, observing the effects that children have on their friends, begin to wonder if there’s a better way.

Therefore they decide to have a kid together ... and date other people:

The hilarious-sounding cast features Jennifer Westfeldt, who wrote the script, Adam Scott, Megan Fox, and Edward Burns. Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Chris O’Dowd and Jon Hamm - who all worked together on Bridesmaids - also star!

Mark your calendars for March 9.


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Finding Nemo, the undersea classic from Disney and Pixar, returns to theaters in 3D this September. The 2003 hit won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Albert Brooks stars as Marlin, a maligned clownfish determined to rescue son Nemo, who was scooped up by an Aussie diver and placed in a tank with other captives.

Ellen DeGeneres is Dory, Marlin's lovable, memory-challenged sidekick.

Visually stunning then, and even now in standard definition, it should look even more so in three dimensions. Watch the trailer for the film's 3-D re-release here!


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At some point in the somewhat near future, movie goers will have a chance to LOL at LOL, the upcoming dramedy that stars Miley Cyus as a confused teenager and Demi Moore as her mostly helpless mother.

There's no release date for the movie at the moment.

But that could change if there's an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the first trailer, which was released today. It hypes the film as being about "the time in all of our lives when we discover what we stand for," while showing clips of Miley's character goofing around and, eventually, falling in love.

I can't love him but I do. I feel so real with him, Cyrus says in the preview. Watch now and decide: Will you purchase a ticket for LOL?

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Underworld Awakening, the fourth film of the franchise and starring latex-clad heroine Kate Beckinsale, arrives in theaters in both 3D and 2D January 20.

For those unfamiliar, the films center on the ongoing battle between lycans (werewolves) and vampires. Spoiler alert: They are still not fans of one another.

Underworld Awakening brings Selene (Beckinsale) back after an absence from the previous installment, and fans will not be let down, as she looks bad ass to say the least.

Watch the trailer for the upcoming journey to the Underworld below ...


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If you thought The Dark Knight Rises trailer was epic, wait until you feast your eyes on it ... mashed up with footage from The Lion King! Well played again, Internet!

One of the 12 movies we're excited for 2012, and maybe the most hyped, Rises will be the swan song for star Christian Bale and director Christopher Nolan.

If the franchise wants to continue sans Bane, Simba makes a solid Bruce Wayne, we have to say. Nala is Catwoman, meanwhile, and Scar is Bane. Fitting.

Check out the awesomeness below:

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