In this week’s trailers, Brad Pitt plays a hitman with a chowder-thick Boston accent and Katherine Heigl returns for her semi-annual romantic comedy.We get better looks at Liam Neeson and Daniel Craig returning in their new action-packed sequels where the two single-handedly take out armies of baddies.
Plus, Nicole Kidman slums it down for another shot at Oscar gold, and the “Paranormal Activity” franchise tries out Skyping, with terrifying results.
Bradley Cooper gets rich plagiarizing a novel, sleeps with Zoe Saldana, and the audience is asked to feel bad for him when it all comes crashing down.
Nicole Kidman received a lot of buzz at Cannes for her edgy performance, and Matthew McConaughey looks to add another film to his comeback 2012.
Also, Zac Efron dances in his underwear ...
Not actual spoilers: Liam Neeson's family gets taken. Neeson makes threats to foreign kidnappers over phone. Neeson kicks kidnapper butt in person. Roll credits.
Lena Dunham wrote the script for this John Krasinski pic, co-starring Rosemarie DeWitt, Olivia Thirlby and Justin Kirk about Krasinki's family taking a young artist (Thirlby) into his home.
Thirlby starts to take advantage of her warm welcome when she gets a little too cozy with married man Krasinki.
Apparently 'all the activity has lead to this,' which would appear to mean that this is the final entry in the franchise. It's hard to imagine we won't see 'Paranormal Activity 5' in theatres next October, though.
Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton play a divorced couple faking their marriage for their son's impending nuptials (sounding similar to another film out this month with a couple working on their stalled marriage).
Katherine Heigl makes an appearance, too, but not as your typical lead lady in a romance. Oh, and, Robin Williams shows up as a priest.
Bond is back with a bang in the first theatrical trailer for the November release, shaking off the rust of 'Quantum of Solace.' Javier Bardem looks like the most compelling villain this franchise has seen in over a decade. Still, could use more Queen.
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