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In this week’s instalment of trailers, Joaquin Phoenix, Bruce Willis, Olivia Munn and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are all starring in some really strange movies. But none will top the epic weirdness of Benjamin Walker‘s big-screen hero debut in “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.”And on a more serious note, we have the trailer for a very important documentary about rape and sexual assault in the miliary called “The Invisible War.”
Broadway actor (and Meryl Streep son-in-law) Benjamin Walker stars as the 16th President who apparently use to fight vampires in his free time. Check out the NSFW but awesome red-band trailer.
This film premiered at Cannes Film Festival last week and made waves for being completely insane. Starring Eva Mendes, Kylie Minogue and more, check out the trailer because posting a synopsis won't help you make sense of things.
After trying to get his wife pregnant, Tommy Macklin realises he might be 'shooting blanks' and recruits some of his friends to help him rob a sperm bank he once donated to several years before. This comedy comes from the minds of the Broken Lizard and stars Paul Schneider and Olivia Munn.
Check out the trailer here.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a bike messenger who picked up a package that is so important and dangerous that it may cause him to be killed by a dirty cop (played by Oscar nominee Michael Shannon). The movie plot seems a bit ridiculous but the stunts are pretty cool.
A young couple (Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan) realise they are being haunted by a supernatural presence they accidentally brought to life after a university parapsychology experiment. 'Harry Potter' alum Tom Felton, aka Draco Malfoy, gets his hands in a new genre playing a supernatural expert.
Disney re-made 'Beauty and Beast' in 3D and more. So obviously Pixar films were going to be next. Considering how much we love the original film, there's no doubt this 3D upgrade will be wonderful.
Joaquin Phoenix is back in a non-fauz-documentary role in this film by 'There Will Be Blood' director Paul Thomas Anderson. We have no idea what the plot could be about from this trailer but it just looks so intruiguing.
As women in the military start to climb the ranks and make a name for themselves, many are still dealing with rape and sexual assault at the hands of their male counterparts. This documentary brings that story to light in a powerful way.
In New York City, a young girl is caught between her parents' divorce and lack of proper parenting. She ends up getting raised and growing closer to her step-parents over her real ones. The film stars Steve Coogan, Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgaard and more.
This Sundance film starring Bruce Willis, Rebecca Hall and more follows a young woman who goes from a stripper in Florida to a gambler's assistant in Las Vegas.
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