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Thanks For Sharing premiered at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival to largely favorable reviews. After being in a state of limbo for months, the dramedy flick finally gets a release date- September 20, 2013 to be exact. Writer Stuart Blumberg reunites with his The Kids Are All Right star Mark Ruffalo. This time around, Blumberg is behind the camera as well, making his directorial debut.

Joining Ruffalo are Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins, Josh Gad, Joely Richardson and P!nk. Thanks For Sharing is an ensemble flick centering around a group of characters who are all suffering from sex addiction. I’m not the hugest fan of Paltrow, but this comedic type of role is where she shines best. Ruffalo never disappoints so you know I’ll be there. P!nk and Gad also look like they’ll be fun to watch. Check out the newly-released trailer below.

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Originally called Two Mothers, Naomi Watts and Robin Wright’s movie has been renamed to Adore. With a new title, comes a new and sexier trailer and for that… THANK YOU. The new clip highlights more of the sensual and provocative nature of the Anne Fontaine-directed film.

Adore is a gripping tale of love, lust and the power of friendship that charts the unconventional and passionate affairs of two lifelong friends Lil (Naomi Watts) and Roz (Robin Wright) who fall in love with each other’s sons played by James Frecheville (Animal Kingdom) and Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse). 29-year-old Samuel looks especially smoking in the film. WOOF. The film is based on British writer Doris Lessing’s Nobel Prize-winning The Grandmothers: Four Short Novels.

In a previous interview, Watts claimed, “it’s not just about sex and their ages.” That maybe true, but the new trailer says otherwise. It’s all about the cougars lusting after their best friend’s son. I can’t wait to see how this emotional tug-of-war between love and lust unfolds. Adore will be available On Demand and in theaters on September 6. Check out the new trailer below.

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One Direction Debut ‘This Is Us’ Trailer

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It was only a matter of time before One Direction release a 3-D concert film of their own. It’s relatively cheap to produce, yet can yield huge revenue at the box office. Gotta suck more money from those rabid teen girls. Simon Cowell can never have too much money ;) Seriously, that man must be super loaded by now.

The British boy band just unveiled the trailer for This Is Us. The three-minute clip has everything you would expect from Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik. Lots of tomfoolery, hijinks, exploits and touching moments with their fans and family. The scenes between the boys and their loved ones are definitely the highlights.

I have to say, the slickly-edited promo almost makes me want to see it (on home video of course). Check out the first trailer for the Morgan Spurlock-directed film below. If you stay til the end, you get to hear a few seconds of their new single “The Best Song Ever” available on iTunes on July 22. This Is Us hits theaters on August 30.

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The highly-anticipated Steve Jobs biopic has finally released its first full-length trailer. At age 21, Jobs started Apple Computers. At 30 he was forced out of the company that he created. When he was 42, he was brought back to revitalize the brand and revolutionized worldwide communication in the process. Jobs chronicles all these events and I’m sure a few other life moments exaggerated for dramatic cinematic effect.

Tackling the role, and uncannily resembling Jobs, is Ashton Kutcher. The ensemble cast also includes Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak, Lukas Haas as Daniel Kottke, James Woods as Jack Dudman, Matthew Modine as John Sculley and plenty others. The film premiered at Sundance earlier this year to mixed reviews. Regardless of that reception, I’m checking out Hollywood’s version of Jobs’ ascension from college dropout to technological powerhouse. I can’t help it. I’m a sucker for a biopic. Check out the trailer below.

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What a difference three years make. I don’t remember Aaron Johnson-Taylor looking this cut or cute for that matter in the first Kick-Ass film. Age and the gym has certainly been kind to the 23-year-old actor. Taylor reprises his superhero role (Kick-Ass) along with Chloe Moretz (Hit-Girl) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (The Red Mist) for the sequel. Joining them as the new badass in town is Colonel Stars and Stripes played by Jim Carrey.

In Kick-Ass 2, Colonel Stars and Stripes forms a team which Kick-Ass joins. Meanwhile, Hit-Girl with her identity widely-known retires and tries to have a normal life. With regards to Red Mist, he’s reborn as The Mother Fucker and vows to exact revenge on Kick-Ass for his father’s death. Check out the second theatrical trailer for the film below. Kick-Ass 2 hits theaters on August 14 in the UK and August 16 in North America.

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Liam Hemsworth sure is one busy boy these days. The Aussie actor has four films being released in 2013. While The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Paranoia are more highly-anticipated, Empire State looks like a solid film in its own right. The action thriller is based on a true story about a 1982 robbery of New York’s Sentry Armored Car Courier Company where $11 million was reportedly stolen.

The 23-year-old actor plays Chris Potamitis, a wannabe police officer turned bank robber, in the flick. When a colleague at the armored car company (Empire) is killed on the job, his childhood friend (Michael Angarano) and him turn to a life of crime and plan to rob an armored car depository of millions. Hot on their trail is Dwyane Johnson, an NYPD detective circling Hemsworth as a prime suspect. Also starring in the film are Emma Roberts (Scream 4), Nikki Reed (Twilight) and Shenae Grimes (90210). Check out the first trailer below.

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Up until this point, we’ve only seen a couple of teasers featuring Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner banter back and forth. At long last, the first official trailer with actual footage from the film has surfaced. Anchorman: The Legend Continues doesn’t hit theaters until December 20, 2013 but you can get your first look now.

In the trailer, we see Ron Burgundy and his news team entering the 80s. Appropriate given the fact the original Anchorman film hit theaters almost a decade ago. They try to adjust by taking a job at a CNN-style 24 hour news station. There, they face off against a young handsome anchor played by James Marsden and a legendary newscaster in the form of Harrison Ford. The highlight for me though is seeing Kristen Wiig in the trailer. She plays a similarly dimwitted character as Steve Carell’s character’s potential girlfriend.

Other famous faces joining the sequel are Liam Neeson, Vince Vaughn, Nicole Kidman, John C. Reilly, Kanye West and Meagan Good. The latter seems to play a love interest of sorts. The scene where he’s trying to breakdown race barriers at dinner with her family is hilarious. I wonder what this means for Christina Applegate’s character in the film. Check out the trailer below.

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The trailer for an upcoming crime thriller called Only God Forgives has come and it looks intense!

The movie stars the sexy Ryan Gosling as Julian, a former kickboxer turned drug-smuggler who is currently living in Bangkok and seeking revenge after his brother was murdered. It’s actually his mother who is insisting that he finds and kills the person responsible for his brother’s death. His mother is played by the fabulous Kristin Scott Thomas and I don’t think I’ve ever seen her as intimidating and feisty as in this trailer… and she’s almost always intimidating and feisty in her roles!

The filmed debuted at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. People seemed to either really love it, or totally hate it. Either way, the trailer was effective at piquing my interest so I’ll definitely watch the movie and determine my own opinion. The film opens in theaters on July 19. Check out the trailer below!

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