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Arriving in theaters May 18, Battleship stars Rihanna, Taylor Kitsch, Liam Neeson, Alexander Skarsgard and Brooklyn Decker ... an eclectic mix to be sure.

From director Peter Berg, the film shows what he imagines the iconic game would be as a big budget feature ... with humans against alien invaders’ ships.

Obviously, right? Hey, it should be explosive, early summer fun if nothing else. Or not. You tell us, after taking a look at the full-length trailer below ...

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Prior to reprising her role as Bella Swan in the final installment of The Twilight Saga this November, Kristen Stewart will tackle a couple of iconic tales.

There will be her June role as a certain fairy tale character in Snow White and the Huntsman, and, prior to that blockbuster, her participation in On the Road, a big screen adaption of the classic Jack Keroac's novel.

It follows the trail of Sal Paradise (Sam Riley), who gets caught up in the adventures of Dean Moriarty (Garrett Hedlund) and travels across the country with him and with 16-year old wife, Mary Lou (Stewart). The following trailer doesn't give us a great deal of Kristen, but we do see her topless back and a scene of her dancing.

Watch now!

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21 Jump Street looks like a surefire hit.

The film, based on the 1980s TV series that launched Johnny Depp's career, stars and is produced by Jonah Hill, alongside witting accomplice Channing Tatum.

As a couple of new police academy graduates sent into a high school undercover to bring down a drug ring, the two leads are both hilarious in this NSFW trailer.

The TV series may not have been a comedy of this nature, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The film hits theaters March 16. Here's a long sneak preview:

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Super special agents Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back for Men in Black 3 and of the latest trailer is any indication, the three-quel will be worth the wait!

When Smith’s Agent J heads back in time to solve the latest problems, he meets new cast member Josh Brolin ... who portrays Jones’ character as a young man.

The new trailer is chock full of fun snippets and info for fans, including the fact that Andy Warhol was an alien life form. Somehow that makes perfect sense to us.

Check out the full-length theatrical trailer for Men in Black 3 below!

MIB3 lands in theaters May 25 and also stars Emma Thompson, Nicole Scherzinger, Alice Eve and Jermaine Clement. What do you think? Worth checking out?

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Dr. Seuss' The Lorax earned $70.7 million at the box office this weekend, easily besting its competition and taking the honor of highest-grossing debut of 2012 so far.

The second place film, Project X, made almost $50 million less in its first week.

Those two combined with Act of Valor and its $13.7 million haul gave the top three films over $100 million combined, an impressive first for Hollywood this year.

Fourth place belonged to Denzel Washington’s Safe House, while Tyler Perry and his Good Deeds continued to do well in fifth place with a $7 million weekend.

Best Picture winner The Artist returned to the list after the buzz of its 2012 Academy Awards triumph, banking another $3.9 million. The weekend Top 10:

  1. The Lorax, $70.7 million
  2. Project X, $20.8 million
  3. Act of Valor, $13.7 million
  4. Safe House, $7.2 million
  5. Tyler Perry's Good Deeds, $7 million
  6. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, $6.9 million
  7. The Vow, $6.1 million
  8. This Means War, $5.6 million
  9. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, $4.7 million
  10. The Artist, $3.9 million

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Loveless, jobless and terminally ill, Frank has had enough of American society. He decides to go out with a bang - literally - and go postal on everyone who deserves it.

In the hilarious-looking dark comedy God Bless America, Frank (Joel Murray) takes his gun and decides to take out the stupidest, cruelest, most repellent U.S. citizens.

Frank finds an unusual accomplice in high-school student Roxy (Tara Lynne Barr), who shares his sense of rage, disenfranchisement, and loathing of irritating celebs.

Stand-up comedian Bobcat Goldthwait wrote and directed this scathing, gut-busting attack on all that is sacred in the United States of America. Watch the trailer:

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Adam Sandler is back. That, as you know, is extremely hit or miss on film.

In his upcoming comedy That’s My Boy, Sandler portrays a dude who had a child as a teenager. Now that he is down on his luck, he must seek out his successful son (Andy Samberg) to help him get his own life back on track.

An unusual comedic premise, but Sandler can pull it off. Here's the trailer:

The film, debuting July 15, also stars Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester, James Caan, Susan Sarandon, Milo Ventimiglia, Will Forte, Colin Quinn, Vanilla Ice and Ian Ziering.

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The bad news: Despicable Me 2 does not arrive until 2013.

The good news: Steve Carell and his minions are already back is the trailer!

The original earned $540 million in 201o, not shabby for the first CGI feature produced by Universal, and the first feature film by Illumination Entertainment. If this first taste is any indication, Despicable Me 2 looks like it should be just as big a hit:

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The first trailer for Piranha 3DD has been released and boy, it lives up to expectations. Which were extremely low, but still! Remember what we're talking about.

When you name a film Piranha 3DD, you are talking about 3-D boobs. In the title. And that means, well, you're going for the lowest common denominator.

The Piranha sequel stars Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloyd, David Hasselhoff (sporting a familiar red outfit) and John Gulager.

This time, the action moves from the sea to a water park as the sharp-toothed fish just go to down on unsuspecting civilians. Scantily-clad ones, of course.

Feast your eyes on the awesome terribleness below.

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The Avengers stars Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson. Need we say more?

No, but we will.

The Joss Whedon-helmed superhero extravaganza has now given us three looks at what happens when Iron Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye assemble with the singular goal of saving the world.

No pressure. Not that these badasses even recognize such a concept.

The film arrives May 4. Watch the full-length Avengers trailer below!

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