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James Cameron is bringing Titanic back to the big screen in 3D.

Unlike some notable re-releases, the director has promised that not one second of the film will be different (cough, George Lucas), save for the three dimensional experience, when it returns to theaters in April of next year.

Your heart will go on again as soon as you watch the trailer:

One of the most beloved pictures of all time, the 1997 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet was also the highest grossing until it was displaced by Avatar, which James Cameron also directed. Not a bad pair of works on one's resume.

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The Democratic National Committee is going hard after Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney with a four-minute ad modeled after a Hollywood style movie trailer.

The title: Mitt vs. Mitt. Tagline: "The story of two men trapped in one body."

The White House and Democrats as a whole have long criticized Romney for appearing to change course on a number of issues of our time ... okay, all of them.

The one thing Mitt and Mitt agree on? They want to be president. That message will be broadcast across six key states as he campaigns to replace Barack Obama:

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After the awesome release of the trailer for Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron's Snow White and the Huntsman last week, Mirror, Mirror has a lot to live up to.

Are Lily Collins and Julia Roberts up to the task?

Despite using the same classic lines, the movies are like night and day. Roberts is more sarcastic and even a little comedic, rather than pure evil as the queen.

Of course, that's not entirely a bad thing ...

If you're looking for a more family-friendly, happy-go-lucky version of the fairy tale, then Mirror, Mirror (which just recently got that title) may be your best best.

However, if mystery and suspense (and seeing Theron so mesmerizing and wicked) sound more exciting, then Snow White and the Huntsman is up your alley.

Dark and mysterious, and more than a little frightening, Huntsman looks almost nothing like Mirror, Mirror. Check it out the trailer for that film below ...

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Is it December 21 yet?

For fans of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the premiere of the film adaptation of the best-selling novel cannot come soon enough. Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig star in a mystery thriller that is eagerly awaited by millions.

Not only are Craig, Mara and director David Fincher faithful to the book series, but the film looks a video marvel, punctuated by Trent Reznor's soundtrack.

Check out the minute-long TV spot below and follow this link to watch the extended, full-length theatrical Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trailer ...

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Are you prepared for The Reaping?

Lionsgate has released the first full length trailer for The Hunger Games, which hits theaters on March 23 and which is based on a best-selling novel by Suzanne Collins.

In the first half of the following preview, we watch as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Gale (Liam Hemsworth) hunt in the woods and dream of making an escape... only for reality to set in as Elizabeth Banks shows up as Effie and selects the name Primrose Everdeen to fight in the annual battle of teenager versus teenager.

From there, we're treated to shots of Donald Sutherland as President Snow, Josh Hutcherson as Peeta and a whole lot more. Let the countdown begin, fans, and may the odds be ever in your favor...

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It's shaping up to be a busy weekend at the box office and our partners at Movie Fanatic have reviewed all the new offerings in advance of their Friday openings.

Let's get right to it, shall we?

The Immortals: Director Tarsem Singh's latest film, shot in spectacular 3D, presents a unique take on Greek mythology amidst a sweeping Renaissance landscape.

Theseus (Henry Cavill) is a poor man with stellar warrior skills thanks to intense training by a mysterious older villager. Mickey Rourke is King Hyperion, a vengeful ruler bent on not only all the land, but bringing down the Gods themselves.

The visual effects and cinematography are stunning. Check out the trailer for the film below, then read The Immortals review at Movie Fanatic for more insight.

J. Edgar: Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar is slow at times in typical Eastwood fashion, but with Leonardo DiCaprio as the title character, still ends up being a solid film.

Encompassing decades of this icon’s life, DiCaprio meets the challenge of a broad project and deserves an Oscar nomination for Best Actor as J. Edgar Hoover.

Read more about it in Movie Fanatic's J. Edgar review.

Jack and Jill: Adam Sandler movies hold a special place in many an audience member’s heart. Jack and Jill should land right in the wheelhouse of fan expectations.

It's a story of fraternal twins ... both played by Sandler. We don't really need to explain further, but follow the link now for Movie Fanatic's Jack and Jill review!

Which of these films do you think you might check out?

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Kristen Stewart is about to give birth to a half-human/half-vampire baby whose very existence will have major ramifications across the globe.

Then, she's gonna kick some ass.

About six months after the November 18 release of Breaking Dawn, Stewart will take on the title role in Snow White and the Huntsman, which also stars Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron and is a dark re-telling of that iconic children's fairy tale. Based on the first official trailer for this June 2012 blockbuster, though, you may wanna leave the kids at home for it.

Check out the special effects. The action sequences. The awesome, scary villain. Seriously, this movie looks fantastic...

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Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene rose to fame together via a little saga known as Twilight.

But these two must enjoy working opposite each other because they're at it again in A Warrior's Heart.

The film, which hits selected theaters on December 2, focuses on Lutz's lacrosse player, Conor Sullivan. He starts acting out soon after the death of his father, causing major problems for his mother. Can Greene's cheerleader save the day? Watch the film's official trailer now...

... and remember when you'll next see Lutz and Greene on the big screen: November 18. In Breaking Dawn.

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With her turn in Horrible Bosses earlier this year, Jennifer Aniston likely made a lot of people reevaluate the American sweetheart/mediocre romantic comedy persona she's cultivated (or been burdened by) over the years.

Wanderlust further helps her break that mold in hilarious fashion.

Jen and Paul Rudd play a couple who exit the city and take refuge in the country within a community that is ... shall we say, socially liberal. Watch the trailer:

Their new community/commune home is filled with people who embrace a free-spirited mentality when it comes to jobs, relationships, clothes ... you name it.

Produced by Judd Apatow, Wanderlust is also notable as the film where Jen met Justin Theroux, who co-stars in the film and is now her live-in boyfriend.

It comes out February 24.

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Who's ready for another slice of warm, moist American Pie?

The first full trailer for American Reunion, the fourth film from the American Pie franchise with the full cast, has been released, and focuses on (what else) their 10th reunion.

It looks like the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) are still married with a kid, Stifler's (Seann William Scott) still a player, Nadia's (Shannon Elizabeth) still hot and Stifler's mom (Jennifer Coolidge) is still on the prowl. Tara Reid was actually asked back too somehow.

Check out the trailer for it below and see what you think:

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