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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!

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It has become almost second nature nowadays that the moment a film is the slightest bit successful and has the scant possibility of a sequel that a second or third, or in some cases even a fourth, movie is thought to be a certainty. So it's hard to imagine that the hugely popular Bridesmaids was a one-off, but that's exactly as Kristen Wiig wanted it.

Bridesmaids Cast

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, Wiig made it clear that she has no interest in penning a sequel (with co-writer Annie Mumolo) to her 2011 hit.

"It wasn't a hard decision, we knew during the first one that this was it. We would have made a lot of money if there was a second one, but that's not my goal in my creative life."

For now Wiig is undoubtedly focused on her upcoming film, Girl Most Likely, with Darren Criss, that opens on July 19th. You can check out the Girl Most Likely trailer here!

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It seems almost impossible that Divergent could create even more buzz than it already has. That is all about to change as the cast of the film, based on Veronica Roth novel, us set to appear on stage at San Diego's Comic-Con on July 18. 

Shailene Woodley in Divergent

Roth will appear on the panel along with the film's director, Neil Burger, and quite a few cast members including Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort, Ben Lamb, Ben Lloyd-Hugher, Christian Madsen, Maggie Q, Mekhi Phifer, and Miles Teller.

If you are attending the convention and not necessarily interested in standing in line for the panel, Summit Entertainment will be all about Divergent at their convention floor booth so you can head there and see what all they have to offer.

Divergent opens in theaters on March 21, 2014.

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To echo Armie Hammer in this new The Lone Ranger featurette, Hell on Wheels, what does someone do in life to end up with a scorpion in their mouths?

Not only that, but how did it take so long for Helena Bonham Carter to play a peg leg? Seems like it's only natural for her to have a leg with built in pistol. 

The Lone Ranger opens this Friday. You can find the The Lone Ranger trailer here and check out the Hell on Wheels featurette below!

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While Edward Snowden sits in a Moscow airport, he's already the subject of a short film from a group of Hong Kong filmmakers.

Some might say they are jumping the gun a bit, buzzing in before the question has been finished, leaping without looking... but we can all agree they are the first in the Edward Snowden movie race.

Granted their movie is not very long, nor very good, but that's what happens when you make a movie out of ongoing news events. It was also filmed in just one week.

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If you are a sci-fi fan, then there's little doubt you are looking forward to the premiere of Ender's Game. Posters for the film were released but have since been confirmed by the studio as only drafts that were not intended for release. Hard to believe these are just drafts!

They are beautiful and although there is a bit of 'floating head' aspect to some, they don't come across as cheesy and made in MS Paint as sadly so many posters do nowadays. As a matter of fact, I'm hoping these are officially released at some point because that Viola Davis poster would look amazing above my desk. 

Ender's Game will be released on Friday, November 1.

You can check out the Ender's Game trailer here.

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