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Curse you Orlando Bloom! Six years ago the song from a YouTube video stuck in my brain on a loop for what seemed like an eternity. Now you have to go and be all cute and sing it yourself as you wrap up filming on The Hobbit and I'm sure "They're taking the Hobbits to Isengard" will lull me off to sleep for weeks.

If you haven't seen the original, you can watch it below.

Now that its catchy little tune is firmly implanted in your brain, it's time for Legolas himself to serenade us. Take it away Orlando Bloom... after the jump!

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The first Delivery Man trailer made the film look like a huge waste of time, but thanks to this new trailer, things are looking up.

Vince Vaughn still has 533 kids thanks to a fertility clinic mixup, but at least now we know he isn't just going to crash their weddings or throw dodgeballs at their nuts. 

Amazing what a little extra info will do to a story. Of course watching Chris Pratt be smacked repeatedly in the face isn't going to be anything but fun and that also helps.

Don't be mistaken, Delivery Man is another Vince Vaughn movie and it looks like another Vince Vaughn movie, but it has potential to be quite enjoyable at the same time.

While The Internship is still going somewhat strong this summer, Delivery Guy will fill our Vince Vaughn needs this fall, opening on October 4.

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If you like the animation and story telling style of Laika Studios' Coraline and ParaNorman then you'll no doubt like their newest project, The Boxtrolls.

The premise of the new film is a little odd, which comes as no surprise to those of us who have followed Laika Studio's but this even seems weird for them. 

The Boxtrolls Poster

The Boxtrolls are a group of monsters that live under the streets of a town called Cheesebridge. They have been wrongly accused by the citizen of Cheesebridge of stealing young children and smelly cheese, a logical combination.

It is up to an orphan boy named Eggs, to clear the good name of the Boxtrolls. 

Check out The Boxtrolls teaser trailer after the jump!

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Dark, dark, and more dark. That seems to be the overall theme of these new images of The Wolverine released by Marvel. Well dark with a splash of color in the form of red hair, a doorway, sunset/sunrise, and of course Wolverine's undershirt. 

Nothing wrong with a little undershirt now and again.

 The Wolverine Hugh Jackman and Rila Fukushima

Check out the rest of the images after the jump!

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As a fan of the first Red, I'm looking forward to Red 2 if for no other reason than to see Anthony Hopkins once again as a somewhat sassy villain. Throw in Catherine Zeta Jones in a uniform and oh boy have we got a movie!

Summit Entertainment has released two new "TV spots" for the film and they do nothing but make me even more excited for Bruce Willis and his ex-CIA pals' return to the theater. 

Need more Red 2 before it opens on July 19th? Then check out the Red 2 trailer.

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For as long as it's been around, Dreamworks Animation has tried to escape from Disney's shadow. It's found success with movies like Shrek and Madagascar but even then they've been compared to their counterparts. With their newest outing Turbo, the comparisons are only going to continue. 

Voiced by Ryan Reynolds, Ken Jeong, Bill Hader, Paul Giamatti, Louis Guzman, Snoop Dogg, and Maya Rudolph, Turbo looks to be rather adorable but one can't help but think that we've seen this story before back when it was called Cars

Check out the trailer below and judge for yourself.

Looking for more trailers? Check out the Afternoon Delight trailer!

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These new international posters from Ron Howard's new film, Rush are rather in your face. Literally.

Based on a true story, Rush tells the tale of Formula 1 racing in it's heyday and it's big names, James Hunt and Niki Lauda. The film stars Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl. 

However, the first thought when seeing these posters might not be about auto racing. Rather you might be leaning back thinking "yes, there is such a thing as too close."

  • Rush International Poster
  • Rush Movie International Poster

I'm sure it'll be a great movie but these posters show exactly why some people need to step away from Photoshop. And perhaps give Daniel Bruhl an apple before he starts eating Chris Hemsworth's ear as he gazes at it like a Thanksgiving turkey.

Rush is set to premiere September 20. Check out the Rush trailer now!

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Afternoon Delight is Jill Soloway's take on the age old story of the bored housewife who gets a lap dance and then hires the stripper/"sex worker" to be her nanny. 

Starring Kathryn Hahn, Josh Radnor, Jane Lynch, and Juno Temple, Afternoon Delight looks to be the perfect movie to curl up on the couch, grab some ice cream, and just cry.

Doesn't even have to be sad crying, just cry. In other words... sign me up!

Afternoon Delight premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival where it won the Directing Award. Looking for more trailers? Check out the Inside Llewyn Davis trailer!

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Christian Bale has to feel like he's a broken record these days.

When The Dark Knight Rises came out, the questions of whether or not he was truly done became an interview mainstay. When he said that he was done unless Christopher Nolan was interested in a fourth movie (which he's stated he is not), people took that as a wink and a nod kind of response.

Christian Bale Batman

Now that Man of Steel has found success at the box office and has set in motion the plans for a DC Comics cinematic universe, talks of Bale reprising his role as the Caped Crusader in the Justice League movie have begun again.

Thankfully, while talking to Entertainment Weekly for his new film, Out of the Furnace, Bale is giving his final word on the subject:

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A new trailer has been released for the Coen Brothers' new film, Inside Llewyn Davis and if ever there was a movie to take up residence in the hearts of all music geeks, this looks to be it. The Coen's once again team up with T-Bone Burnett (O Brother Where Art Thou) and together they provide a beautiful soundtrack. 

The film stars Oscar Issac in the title role along with Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan, and John Goodman. Much like another folk music film, A Mighty Wind, the actors performed the music in the film, live. 

Inside Llewyn Davis is scheduled for wide release on December 20th. Can't wait that long? Then check out another Inside Llewyn Davis trailer here!