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After 18 years of being utterly ordinary, I finally found that I can shine.

So states Kristen Stewart, as Bella Swan, to open the first official trailer for Breaking Dawn: Part 2, which hit the Internet this morning and which, we must say, is pretty darn awesome!

It centers on Bella's transformation and features the reaction of both Jacob and Edward to their now-immortal acquaintance. We see Bella with red eyes and pale skin, caressing Edward one moment and then stalking a deer in the woods the next moment.

Check it out now and then sound off: Can the final installment of The Twilight Saga outearn the record-breaking numbers established this weekend by The Hunger Games?

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We've got a long way to go until The Host hits theaters some time in 2013, but the first teaser trailer for the upcoming thriller is already online.

Based on a book by Stephenie Meyer - who penned something else called The Twilight Saga - The Host tells the story of an alien species that takes over the consciousness of human beings on Earth.

But these aliens didn't account for Saoirse Ronan's Melanie, who fights back against the invaders.

Check out the first trailer now, but be warned: the film hasn't even completed shooting yet. This just a preliminary tease. But it's a pretty darn intriguing one.

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Robert Pattinson will return to the familiar role of Edward Cullen this November, as The Twilight Saga wraps up with Breaking Dawn Part 2.

Prior to that blockbuster's release, however, fans will get a look at this actor like they've truly never seen him before: lying naked in bed; shooting his own hand with a gun; acting like a 28-year old billionaire in Manhattan who is in for one seriously messed up day in the film Cosmopolis.

It's an intense starring role, one originally meant for Colin Farrell before he dropped out due to a scheduling conflict.

How well does Pattinson fill his handsome shoes? Watch the first official Cosmopolis trailer and keep an eye out for the movie U.S. release date. It hits theaters in France on May 23.

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The Three Stooges are back.

The Farrelly brothers' remake, an account of the three comic icons chronicling their lives from birth to living among us in modern times (complete with a reality show) stars Chris Diamantopoulos, Will Sasso and Sean Hayes.

The all-star list of supporting players include Jane Lynch (as a nun), SI stunner Kate Upton (also a nun) Larry David, Sofia Vergara and Jennifer Hudson.

Take a look at the trailer for the April 13 release below:

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The Madagascar crew - Ben Stiller, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen and Chris Rock - are back for a the third film in the DreamWorks series.

Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe are still trying to reach NYC, with King Julien, Maurice and the Penguins along for the ride.

In Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, their journey leads the critters to that continent and the cover of a traveling circus, which they reinvent as only they can.

Cedric The Entertainer, Frances McDormand and Andy Richter join the cast for the third film, which arrives June 8. Check out the trailer below:

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Few movie titles are as self-explanatory as Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.

Or absurd, for that matter. But that doesn't mean it won't find an audience!

A mash-up of historical drama and horror, it features a faux Lincoln, haunted by the death of his mother at a young age at the hands of the blood suckers.

He devotes his life, and gains the presidency, as part of his quest to rid the world of the scourge of vampires. Really, what other issue matters more to voters?

The film arrives June 22 and features Benjamin Walker as the U.S. President who not only saved the Union, but apparently was quite the slayer of the undead . ..

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Snow White and the Huntsman released its latest, full-length theatrical trailer this weekend, and the film looks even more bad ass than before, if that's possible.

At this weekend’s Wonder-Con, with stars Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart on hand, the film was billed as being "not like anything you’ve seen before.”

It actually looks like it could live up to the hype, based on the latest trailer showcasing even more of Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Theron's Evil Queen.

Snow White and the Huntsman hits theaters June 1. Here's the trailer:

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This just in: The Hunger Games won't be the only blockbuster of 2012.

On June 8, Ridley Scott will come out with Prometheus, a mysterious action thriller many believe to be a prequel to Alien.

It will star Charlize Theron and Noomi Rapace and while the director has remained mostly quiet regarding its plot and connection to the aforementioned classic, he did premiere the full length Prometheus trailer at WonderCon yesterday.

The movie - which also features Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba and Guy Pearce - follows a team of explorers as they jet off on a journey to the deepest ends of space, investigating a clue about the origins of mankind. Watch the extended preview now:

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The trailer for Dark Shadows, in which director Tim Burton and the incomparable Johnny Depp reunite, has been released, and looks like a film only they could make.

The May 11 film, which is loosely based on the 1960s primetime vampire soap opera (seriously), follows a very supernatural family helmed by Depp’s Barnabas Collins.

The beginning of the trailer is pure gothic horror: an 18th century romance, a jealous witch, a freshly-born vampire crying blood, a ghost whispering “he’s coming.”

But they clearly don't take the source material too seriously after that. As you can see in the trailer below, there are a good number of laughs. Check it out ...

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Chris Hemsworth appears in a new web clip, courtesy of Snow White and the Huntsman, to promote the film's latest trailer ... airing Monday during The Voice.

Yes, it's a trailer for a trailer.

We've already seen the original Snow White and the Huntsman trailer (it's bad ass), so the more the merrier, even if the marketing might seem like overkill.

A five-minute extended scene will also air exclusively on Xfinity, and a pair of behind the scenes featurettes have been released further hyping the film.

She still hasn't had any dialogue, but Kristen Stewart's much-discussed titlular character (unlike Lily Collins' in Mirror, Mirror) appears to be English!

Wonder if Rob helped her work on her accent?

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