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The first trailer for Paranormal Activity 3 has just been released, and continuing the prequel trend set by the franchise's sequel, we're going back in time.

Way back in time.

The third installment goes back to 1988, when young girls Katie and Kristi first encounter the nasty demon who will follow them in the other films.

According to Movie Fanatic, the third film will be helmed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, who directed and appeared in the movie Catfish.

Paranormal Activity 3 opens October 21. Check out the trailer below:

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This is not the average teaser you see in theaters. In the "red band" version of the Friends With Benefits trailer, the language and visuals are ultra raunchy.

Between the partial nudity, Justin Timberlake going down on Mila Kunis and a couple of they-said-what?! lines from Emma Stone and Woody Harrelson, it's safe to say this is definitely not approved for all audiences by the MPAA!

The movie comes out tomorrow, and while it may not be an original concept, it does look pretty funny. Check out the (very NSFW) trailer here and see:

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The Amazing Spider-Man doesn't hit theaters until July 3 of next year, but the first trailer has been released, and should only fuel the buzz for the film.

Originally, Spider-Man 4 was planned for release in summer 2011, but the film was cancelled due to director Sam Raimi's withdrawal from the project.

Sony, in turn, decided to reboot the big-name franchise with new director Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Rhys Ifans leading the cast.

All three shine in the official trailer preceding Captain America in theaters. Watch and comment below - do you think it can compare to the originals?

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is finally out.

As if this isn't exciting enough for movie fans, those who attend a screening this weekend will be treated to the first official trailer for The Dark Knight Rises. What does it include?

  • A hospitalized Commissioner Gordon, telling someone off screen: "You were gone. There is evil rising. The Batman must come back."
  • A shot of Tom Hardy as Bane.
  • A longer shot of buildings collapsing that echoes the poster released this week.

Prepare for the "epic conclusion to The Dark Knight Legend," hitting theaters in July 2012, below:

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It's a busy week in Glee land.

The show has been nominated for Outstanding Comedy, and also announced that it's three main cast members will exit after season three. What's a fan to do in light of these confusing times? Head to the movie theater, of course!

On August 12, a 3D film of the cast in concert arrives in theaters. It features your favorite stars singing your favorite hits from the first two seasons of this Fox smash. Check out the official trailer below and marvel over Harry Shum's abs:

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John Carter. He's more than just the doctor portrayed by Noah Wyle on ER.

He's also a Civil War veteran and the title character of an action flick headed for a theater near you in 2012. Portrayed by an often-shirtless Taylor Kitsch Carter is transplanted to Mars for reasons that are not explained in the following trailer. But he does come across a beautiful woman in need of help there, played by Lynn Collins.

Also starring in the movie: Mark Strong, Bryan Cranston, Ciarán Hinds, Willem Dafoe, and Dominic West.

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Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law are gearing up to reprise their iconic roles of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, respectively.

The duo will follow up its 2009 hit in December with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, another Guy Ritchie-direction action flick that pits this famous detective against his greatest foe: Professor Moriarty (Jared Harris). Noomi Rapace also comes on board the franchise as Sim.

Check out the official trailer for the sequel now:

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Daughter. Wife. Mother. Warrior.

With a tagline like this, and quotes such as “She’s like a marine. She runs towards the danger,” from rugged-looking citizens, The Undefeated feels more like a big-budget action-adventure blockbuster than a documentary.

Would you expect anything else from a Sarah Palin film?

Of course, The Undefeated is a misnomer, given her losing bid for Lt. Governor of Alaska in 2002, and the GOP ticket that was trounced in 2008. But those are just "gotcha" facts from the liberal "intelligenstia," don'cha know.

The sound and visual effects alone make this an 8.5 out of 10 on the unintentional comedy scale. Watch the lone WASILLA WARRIOR TOPPLE THE MACHINE:

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Should we just hand Meryl Streep another Academy Award now? Or wait until the actual ceremony in March?

The world's greatest actress stars as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, a drama that comes out in January and seems ripe for one Oscar nomination after another.

The first female to ever be named British prime minister, Thatcher left an indelible image across Great Britain and the world. Check out Streep's portrayal of her in the following trailer:

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Tom Cruise finally gets it. We wanna see him jumping out of airplanes, not jumping on top of couches.

The action star returns to the Mission Impossible franchise this December, 15 years after the original movie came out. The fourth installment will feature Cruise as IMF Agent Ethan Hunt, along with supporting roles by Tom Wilkinson, Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and Josh Holloway.

Produced by J.J. Abrams and directed by Brad Bird, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol comes out on 12/16/11. Check out the first official preview now:

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