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“Still Alice” Official Trailer

This film, shot in three weeks, has been building an incredible momentum, and Julianne Moore is the easy frontrunner right now for Best Actress. I’m so excited to see it.

Pan Official Trailer – Starring Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, Garrett Headland

Joe Wright is a master of bringing a cohesive, deft magic to updated versions of old stories (Pride and Prejudice anyone), so I’m excited for this. Stars Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Rooney Mara, Garrett Headland and Levi Miller.

Playing It Cool Official Trailer with Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan

Romantic comedy purports to turn romantic comedy conventions on their head, ends with lines straight out of a cliched romantic comedy.

We’ve all been there. Still gonna watch this.

Rudderless Trailer starring Billy Crudup and Selena Gomez

Really, really good Lumineers-esque music, father-figure bonding, and more? Me wants it precious.

All the Videos You Need Today: Joel McHale, Lea Michele, Annie Trailer, Transformers Age of Extinction Trailer

Joel McHale parodies True Detective on his show The Soup and it’s pure and fantastic (and you don’t have to have seen True Detective to get the parody)

This looks oddly, bizarrely…perfect

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This Week in Trailers

Booyah. Statham beats people up again, this time with a kid on the side. Also, I approve of the recent trend of casting James Franco as a douchebag.

Colin Firth. Post-war angst. Revenge. Forgiveness (?). Nicole Kidman. I will eat this up with a spoon.

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Caffeinated Links

Everything you need to know about Game of Thrones season 3 (via Flavorwire)

The penultimate episode of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries was dizzyingly romantic and wonderful (Youtube)

First teaser trailer for the third Riddick movie (coming out 2013) is out. Not much but shadows, special effects, and Vin Diesel’s ever-impressive gravelly voice. (Trailer)

Government-encouraged hacking for high school students (The New York Times)

This basically stars everyone ever. 10 Reasons Why You Absolutely Must Check Out the BBC’s Radio Version of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere (Pajiba)

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