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Lady Gaga and her new song "Aura" are featured in the new trailer for Machete Kills, which marks the pop star's acting debut alongside some big names.

It co-stars Michelle Rodriguez, Sofia Vergara, Antonio Banderas, Jessica Alba, Vanessa Hudgens and Carlos Estevez (Charlie Sheen) himself as the President.

The cult film features Machete on a mission to bring down an international terrorist played by none other than Mel Gibson. Yes, even Mel is in this.

Machete Kills hits theaters this weekend. Lady Gaga's much-anticipated new album ARTPOP, featuring the hit single "Applause," is due out next month.

What do you think of "Aura"? And are you curious to see if she can act?

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has a new, full-length trailer that picks up right where the first film, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, left off.

Biblo, Gandalf, Thorin, and the rest of the dwarves narrowly escaped an encounter with goblins, orcs, and wargs, and the Lonely Mountain is within sight.

The second leg of the adventure features some of the books' iconic characters, such as Beorn, Bard, and of course Smaug, the legendary thief.

Take a look at the teaser below and see for yourself ...

Just like the previous The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug trailer a few months back, this one saves its look at the titular Smaug until the very end.

Benedict Cumberbatch provides the thunderous voice for Smaug, adding more gravitas to a trailer that didn't lack for production value to start with.

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Oh, Thor. You old romantic, you.

During the premiere of Agents of SHIELD Tuesday night, ABC aired the first made-for-television Thor: The Dark World trailer, featuring Chris Hemsworth's Asgard god interacting with Natalie Portman as his love interest.

And it's pretty funny stuff.

Being given a hard time about his recent absence, Thor tells Jane that he "fought to protect Earth," prompting Portman's character to admit this isn't a "terrible" excuse. Watch the exchange and the full preview now:

Thor: The Dark World hits theaters on November 8.

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Forget all those exciting Hunger Games casting tidbits for a moment (Natalie Dormer as Cressida! Julianne Moore as Alma Snow!) and take a look at one of the funniest parodies we've seen in awhile.

Yes, it's time to watch a trailer for The Jewish Hunger Games: Kvetching Fire.

Posted over the weekend in honor of Yom Kippur, the hilariously detailed video should make Jews forget about the stomach-rumbling they experienced Saturday when fasting for 24 hours in honor of this atonement-based holiday.

Watch now and, don't worry Jewish readers, the video is rated Kosher. It does not include pork, shellfish or Mel Gibson.

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It was only a matter of time. With Charlie Hunnam talking about the "tangible chemistry" he felt with co-star Dakota Johnson, a fan has put it to the test. Sort of.

In the following Fifty Shades of Grey trailer, we get a not-entirely-accurate sense of how the actors cast as Christian and Ana might work as an on-screen duo.

Using spliced-together clips of their previous roles, of course:

Dakota Johnson is not expected to go blonde, nor will Charlie Hunnam (also seen in last night's Sons of Anarchy Season 6 premiere) look as young as this.

Still, one has to hand it to the creator of this mashup of some of their sexiest scenes in this trailer, giving fans a taste of what to expect next summer.

It may be months before we get a real Fifty Shades of Grey trailer (the Super Bowl on February 2 feels like a good time), so these will have to do for now.

Not that there's a shortage of them. Check out another fan-made effort amusingly, featuring no leads at all (just a lot of sexy imagery) after the jump:

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The first trailer for the 2014 reboot of RoboCop is here, combining the feel of the 1987 original while bringing the tech-driven story firmly into the 21st century.

2028, to be exact.

The premise? Conglomerate OmniCorp leads the way when it comes to robot innovations, and crime is out of control, obviously. Enter Joel Kinnaman’s cop.

Badly injured and battling for his life, he's transformed into the titular - cue dramatic music - RoboCop. Check out the first trailer for the movie below!

Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Jackie Earle Haley, Michael K. Williams, Jay Baruchel and Marianne Jean-Baptiste also star.

Will you be watching?

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U.S. astronauts attempt to return to Earth after debris crashes into their space shuttle, leaving them drifting alone in orbit in this third Gravity trailer.

Here we see the gravity (so to speak) of what the protagonists played by George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are up against, and it does not look good.

See the directorial vision of Alfonso Cuaron, and what James Cameron is already calling “the best space movie ever done,” in the Gravity trailer below:

Enough to pique your curiosity and then some? We thought so.

Whether it's Oscar material or not remains to be seen, but it's certainly going to be closely watched, given the performances of the two big names.

Gravity lands (so to speak) October 4 in 3D, 2D and IMAX 3D.

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Ever since the casting of Ben Affleck as Batman shocked the world last Thursday, fans have either been grumbling about it or meme-ing it to death.

Except YouTube user soylentbrak1, who has been hard at work envisioning what a Man of Steel sequel starring Ben Affleck as Batman would look like.

The result was this fan-made trailer, also starring Breaking Bad Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor and Henry Cavill again as Superman.

Check it out below and see if it changes your views on Ben as Bruce Wayne:

There isn't much plot in this Man of Steel 2 trailer, besides the mention of a mysterious corporate merger and some tension between Superman and Batman.

Given that it's not a real trailer, however, it's pretty top notch.

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He may be little more than an above average point guard now, but Jeremy Lin was once the biggest story in the NBA.

Nay, in professional sports. Nay, on the entire Internet!

The former Knicks star simply owned New York for a month in early 2012, dominating the court and leading people to take notice of his unusual background, from Division I afterthought to the grandest stage in the league.

How did he arrive in such a place? Where did he come from? What has the pressure been like? And what does the future hold for Jeremy Lin?

The documentary Linsanity, which opens in October, explores these questions and more. Watch a trailer for it now:

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The future belongs to those who know where they belong.

Still confused over what the heck was going on with Miley Cyrus at the MTV Video Music Awards tonight? We don't blame you.

But take a couple moments below to focus less on Twerking and more on freaking... out, that is, over the next teen-based blockbuster.

The first trailer for Divergent premiered at the VMAs, with fans of the best-selling novel getting their first look at Shailene Woodley in action as Tris. We also see Kate Winslet as the villainous Jeanine Matthews, along with Theo James coming to Tris' rescue as Four.

The film, which opens March 21, imagines a future world in which citizens are divided into factions based on their abilities. But what happens when one young lady is different? When she is Divergent from the rest?


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