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Just like his sister, Derek Hough is trying his hand (or should I say foot) at acting. Not surprisingly he plays it safe for his first film by going with a dance flick.

Like so many movies before it, Make Your Move features two star-crossed lovers from feuding families. His love interest comes in the form of K-Pop superstar BoA Kwon who is also making her acting debut. Hough and Kwon’s respective brothers are engaged in a bitter rivalry because of opposing underground dance clubs. Based on the trailer, it looks like Romeo & Juliet meets West Side Story meets Save The Last Dance.

Rounding out the cast are Will Yun Lee, Wesley Jonathan, Izabella Miko and Dan Lauria. Make Your Move is slated to hit theaters on April 18, 2014. Check out the trailer below which shows a sweaty Hough creatively taking off his shirt during a sexy contemporary routine.

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With the number of eyeballs glued to the television set during the Super Bowl, naturally movie studios take advantage of the massive opportunity to promote their big budget productions. Don’t expect any rom-coms in the bunch. It’s all testosterone-fueled flicks. Get ready to be bombarded with explosions, special effects, superheroes and of course… the Muppets. Check out all the trailers below.

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Jake Gyllenhaal Is His Own Worst Enemy In New Movie

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Jake Gyllenhaal clearly enjoyed his experience filming Prisoners. The 33-year-old actor teams up with director Denis Villeneuve for another project. This time for the film adaptation of the novel The Double written by Nobel Prize-winning author José Saramago. Enemy was screened in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. It’ll premiere on DirecTV on February 6 and opens in theaters March 14.

While the idea of two Jakes walking around this earth is a dream to most of us, it’s a nightmare for Gyllenhaal’s character in the creepy thriller. He plays a college professor who becomes obsessed with hunting down an actor he sees in a movie who bears a striking resemblance to him. When their worlds collide, neither man will ever be the same. Mélanie Laurent, Isabella Rosellini and Sarah Gadon round out the cast. Check out the trailer below.

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This one looks like a major tearjerker. Definitely come prepared with plenty of tissues when you head to the theater.

Based on John Green’s bestselling novel of the same title, The Fault In Our Stars chronicles a tragic romance between two young adults who meet at a cancer support group. The book received widespread critical acclaim for the way it dealt with such very difficult and sensitive issues with sincerity and a sense of humor.

At first glance, it reminds me of that Nicholas Sparks movie where Mandy Moore dies. A Walk To Remember anyone? I probably should’ve said ‘spoiler alert’ before revealing Moore’s fate in that flick ;) Oops. With that being said, this one looks much better than that schmaltzy teen flick.

Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Ansel Elgort) are two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them — and us — on an unforgettable journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous, given that they met and fell in love at a cancer support group.

Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, and Willem Dafoe round out the cast. The Josh Boone-directed film is scheduled to hit theaters June 6. Check out the trailer below. The scenes shot in Amsterdam are fantastic. If you’ve visited the city, like myself, you’ll definitely appreciate them.

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For the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed film, Animal Kingdom, director David Michôd stayed in his native Australia. The Rover takes place in the Australian desert in the near future. Think Mad Max light. The first trailer for the gritty tale has just been released.

10 years following the collapse of society, Eric (Guy Pearce) has left everything behind, but when his last possession is stolen by a gang of dangerous criminals, Eric sets off on a hunt to find them. Along the journey he enlists the help of Rey (Robert Pattinson), the naïve and injured member of the gang, who was left behind. Scoot McNairy and Joel Edgerton’s brother Nash round out the cast. The Rover is scheduled to hit theaters late this Summer. Check out the trailer below.

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Nearly 20 years ago he directed 12 Monkeys. A decade before that, Terry Gilliam released Brazil. Billed as the final part of his dystopian satire trilogy, The Zero Theorem looks as wacky and completely out there as its predecessors. Gilliam returns to familiar ground with his latest science fiction satire.

An eccentric and reclusive computer genius (Christoph Waltz) plagued with existential angst works on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the purpose of existence—or the lack thereof—once and for all. However, it is only once he experiences the power of love and desire that he is able to understand his very reason for being. Under the instruction of a shadowy figure known only as “Management” (Matt Damon), Qohen works to solve the “Zero Theorem” – a mathematical formula which will finally determine whether life has any meaning.

Rounding out the cast are Ben Whishaw, Tilda Swinton and David Thewlis. If you love futuristic costumes, colorful wigs and stunning cinematography, The Zero Theorem is for you. Check out the first official trailer below.

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When it comes to novels that filmmakers love adapting, Nick Hornby is up there with Nicholas Sparks. High Fidelity, About A Boy and Fever Pitch have all made their way to the big screen. The latter was even the foundation for two films- one starring Colin Firth and the other with the duo of Drew Barrymore and Jimmy Fallon. His latest work to become a theatrical release is A Long Way Down.

The novel was a dark comedy that played with themes of suicide, angst, depression and promiscuity. The film adaptation seems to take a lighter turn and is now a cute dramedy. Pierce Brosnan, Aaron Paul, Toni Collette, and Imogen Poots find themselves on top of the same building on New Year’s Eve, contemplating suicide. The quartet make a pact not to kill themselves until Valentines Day. From there, the foursome form an unlikely bond and a support system takes shape.

A Long Way Down hits the Berlin Film Festival next month and opens in the UK on March 21. No US release date has been announced yet. Check out the trailer below.

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I just pray to God this lives up to all its promise. Angelina Jolie as the evil Maleficent sounds great on paper. Hopefully, that translates to film. Based on the first trailer, it looked promising. After the newest one, I’m thoroughly convinced. The 38-year-old actress is every bit as sinister as I had hoped she would be, and then some.

The latest clip ingeniously incorporates footage from the 1959 Disney animated classic with scenes from the live adaptation. It also includes footage of Prince Phillip (Brenton Thwaites) as he’s about to kiss Aurora (Elle Fanning) in hopes of breaking the evil spell cast by the iconic villain. Unlike Sleeping Beauty, the upcoming film explores the origins story of Maleficent as she transforms from a beautiful young woman into a cold-stoned sorceress. It looks at the events that hardened her heart and drove her to curse young Princess Aurora.

Maleficent also stars Sharlto Copley, Sam Riley, Imelda Staunton, Juno Temple, Peter Capaldi and Lesley Manville. It’s helmed by first-time director Robert Stromberg, who’s best known for his brilliant art direction for Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland and Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful. The re-imagining of the iconic Disney character hit theaters nationwide on May 30, 2014. Check out the new trailer below.

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