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We love Prince William and Kate Middleton, but suffice it to say William & Catherine: A Royal Romance won't be winning any major awards come Oscar time.

If this teaser is any indication, the Hallmark Channel film looks even cheesier than the company's greeting cards ... which we suppose is to be expected.

Still, the acting displayed here by Alice St. Clair (Kate Middleton), Dan Amboyer (Prince William) and Victor Garber (Prince Charles)? Not un-amazing.

Hello, Hallmark? The Unintentional Comedy Hall of Fame is on Line 1 ...

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Rise of the Planet of the Apes, which opens this weekend, takes us back to the dawn of a saga that first enthralled audiences with 1968's Planet of the Apes.

Five more films were made through 1973, and another in 2001. Now, director Rupert Wyatt is rebooting the franchise at the beginning of the apes' takeover.

Gone are actors in ape suits, replaced by special effects and a riveting performance by Andy Serkis, who portrayed Gollum in the Lord of the Rings films.

Stars James Franco, Freida Pinto and Tom Felton agreed that without Serkis’ turn as Caesar the chimpanzee, the film would feel empty. Here's the trailer:

The stars spoke with Movie Fanatic to discuss it this week. Follow the link to read their interview, then come back tomorrow for Movie Fanatic's official review!

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A well-muscled man is forced to compete in fights to the death with other individuals, but granted the chance to win his freedom if he comes out on top of enough battles in a row.

Sound familiar? Like a certain Oscar-winning movie from 2000 that starred Russell Crowe?

Yes, Arena has many Gladiator qualities, but so what? That film ruled! And this one features a fun cast of Kellan Lutz (The Twilight Saga), Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries) and Samuel L. Jackson (every other movie ever made). Check out the official trailer for this October 11 release now:

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A movie about two characters who switch bodies isn't exactly ground-breaking. It's been done many times before.

But two of the funniest men in Hollywood still jumped at the chance to star on The Change-Up and they explained why in a roundtable discussion this week: because the R rating opened up a world of dirty, fun possibilities.

"It was fun to see this kind of premise - which is usually a PG premise - executed in such a hard way, in such an edge," Ryan Reynolds said. "It was no-holds barred. It was the first script I've read in a long time where I cried laughing."

The Change-Up comes out on Friday. You can check out the official trailer above and read the full roundtable transcript at Movie Fanatic!

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Among others, The Ides of March features Ryan Gosling and George Clooney. But don't be fooled by these pretty faces.

The official trailer for this October 7 release makes it clear the film is more mind candy than eye candy.

Based on a best-selling novel, the film follows a staffer (Gosling) who thinks he's found the ideal Presidential candidate (Clooney). But all is not be what it seems. Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Paul Giamatti also star.

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Yes, Battleship is based on a board game. But before you automatically dismiss the May 2012 release for that reason, consider its cast:

Taylor Kitsch, Brooklyn Decker, Alexander Skarsgård, Rihanna and Liam Neeson.

We're talking serious eye candy for both genders. The film is also directed by Peter Berg of Friday Night Lights fame. Intrigued yet? Check out the first official trailer below:

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In the 2010 film Valentine's Day, about two dozen A-listers played minor roles in a tale of one special day in February, in which each character was connected to each other in an odd, cheesy and heartwarming fashion.

New Year's Eve is exactly like that, only on ... obviously.

Rom-com king Garry Marshall, the driving force behind both films, has some kind of rolodex. See how many stars you can spot in the trailer below:

Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Zac Efron, Ashton Kutcher, Robert De Niro, Abigail Breslin, Jessica Biel, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hilary Swank, Sarah Jessica Parker, Ludacris, Alyssa Milano, Lea Michele, Halle Berry, Sofia Vergara ... did we miss any?

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Justin Timberlake can make us laugh.

He can make us swoon.

But can he make us sit on the edge of our seat and wonder what will happen next? The singer/actor will attempt to do so later this year, starring in In Time along with Amanda Seyfried, Alex Pettyfer and Cillian Murphy. Below, watch Timberlake fight for his life in a future society where time has replaced money as currency:

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Robert Pattinson will be doing more than just knocking up Bella Swan this year.

While fans geek out over the Breaking Dawn birth scene that hit the Internet today, the first official trailer for Bel Ami has also been released.

Pattinson portrays Georges Duroy in that film, a man from the 1890s who rose to fame and wealth by seducing a number of women. Among them, on screen at least: Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci, and Kristin Scott Thomas. The movie is based on a Guy de Maupassant novel and comes out in late 2011.

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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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