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The legend of Ron Burgundy continues on December 20.

What has this classy reporter been up to since we last saw him?

A lot, according to a new Anchorman 2 trailer, which takes us into the 1980s with Ron, Veronica, Brick, Brian and Champ, all of whom will be involved in the country's very first 24-hour news channel.

So sit back, grab a drink (not milk) and a wheel of cheese, check out fresh footage from the upcoming sequel and prepare to add to your list of winning Anchorman quotes:

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Escape Plan stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone and, really, that's all you need to know.

The veteran (read: old) actors star as prisoners who devise, well, an escape plan in order to get out of the most well-fortified prison ever constructed... but who really cares?

Are you really planning to see this film for the acting or the plot? It's Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. You wanna see fists fly and things blow up, right?

So, following our recap of Carrie movie reviews and The Fifth Estate reviews, here's a look at what critics are saying about Sly and Arnold in Escape Plan:

"Escape Plan" is mostly a gray, thudding metal machine of throwback exploitation, but the goateed, goofy Ah-nold is so happy to be in the thick of an old-school bruiser again that he makes it feel like the dumb-fun flashback party it is. - The Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger seems to be the only one here who correctly takes the film as a lark. - USA Today

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The new Paranormal Activity movie won't be in theaters in time for Halloween, but the trailer for The Marked Ones is here to set the (freaky) tone.

Paramount has released the first glimpse of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, the latest spinoff of the fun, frightening "found footage" franchise.

Check out the trailer below ...

The series has a history of using scenes in trailers that don't actually appear in the theatrical version, so it's unclear how accurate a preview this is.

Still, what the heck are those bite marks? Was that an exorcism? And does it get any creepier than that gross-out eyeball moment? We think not.

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones opens January 3, 2014. After watching this teaser, will you be seeing this one? Share your comments below.

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Are you ready to "Believe," Justin Bieber fans?

This international superstar will release his next movie on Christmas Day, taking attendees behind the scenes of his tour and his life and offering them never-before-seen footage of him in concert and him as a child.

Look for interviews with such major influences in Bieber's life as Usher, Scooter Braun and many more as well.

Will you be lining up for a ticket? Is that the dumbest question we've ever asked? Will this film prove to Deadmau5 that Bieber is very much a grown up, thank you very much? Check out the official trailer below:

Will you go see "Believe?"

 

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The Fifty Shades of Grey movie has been debated, discussed and speculated about from day one, and the recent turmoil hasn't quelled fans' anticipation.

With actor Charlie Hunnam pulling out of the project almost as soon as he signed on, the million-dollar question once again is who will play Christian Grey.

Among the (fan) favorites? Ian Somerhalder of The Vampire Diaries fame!

While Dakota Johnson is still on board as Ana Steele, TVD fans would no doubt wonder what 50 Shades would be like with Ian and co-star Nina Dobrev.

The Fifty Shades of Grey trailer above imagines just that scenario.

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That Awkward Moment? Try that AMAZING moment!

In the new red-band trailer for That Awkward Moment - a film that features Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller as friends who vow to stay single - the former High School Musical star bares it all in one especially hot scene.

It depicts Efron sprawled across a toilet after suffering side effects as the result of taking Viagra - and while we don't see ay of his naughtiest bits, it's nude footage that would make Miley Cyrus proud.

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The countdown is officially on.

Only 37 days remain until the 75th Annual Hunger Games, which is great news for movie fans around the country… and less-than-great news for Katniss Everdeen.

With this surefire blockbuster hitting theaters on November 22, the first Catching Fire TV spot debuted last night on Walmart's Facebook page.

Prepare for this preview - which gives ammunition to members of Team Peeta and Team Gale - to enter your living room any hour now and check it out below:

Elsewhere in the ongoing Catching Fire publicity push:

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The first trailer for Hercules: The Legend Begins has been released and it features many shots of Kellan Lutz shirtless.

Really, is there anything else you need to know? We didn't think so:

Hercules: The Legend Begins is directed by Renny Harlin and will put the title character in a difficult position, forcing him to choose between  the woman he loves and exile.

Oh, and he must fulfill his destiny as the son of Zeus; i.e. the greatest fighter of all-time.

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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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