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Best think twice before attackin' this block. Since premiering back at SXSW in March, the buzz around Attack the Block has reached a slow simmer in anticipation of its July 29th limited release date. The "neighborhood teens vs. aliens" plot seems to play both straight and campy, offering a little something for everyone. Though there isn't any action in this clip, it sets the table nicely for an intergalactic showdown between hoodlums and space invaders. Apparently, the sets and action are top-notch, but you'll just have to take the reviewers' word for it as this clip is more a tension-building device than anything else. So go ahead and appreciate the exposions and action that AREN'T in this clip.


'This Is Where I Leave You' Trailer Offers Up The Best Comedic Cast Of The Year

They put the "unctio" in "dysfunctional." Do you like: Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Corey Stoll, Connie Britton, Timothy Olyphant, Ben Schwartz, Dax Shepard, Kathryn Hahn, Abigail Spencer, and Rose Byrne? I bet you at least like some of those people. If there's not a single person on that list that you like, then you are a monster. But this isn't about you, really. This is about a Shawn Levy film called This Is Where I Leave You that pits a family with and against each other in the wake of the patriarch's funeral. It's sort of like Arrested Development if Arrested Development opened up with George Sr.'s death. Take a look, if for no other reason than to see Adam Driver play someone who isn't "Adam" on Girls.


Netflix Offers A Trailer For Its First Original Series, 'Lilyhammer'

Fans of Silvio Dante from 'The Sopranos', this is for you. That's right, Lilyhammer. Netflix first (and admittedly, lowest profile when compared to House of Cards and Arrested Development) original series follows The Sopranos' Steven Van Zandt as a mobster (!) who enters the witness protection program in Lillehammer, Norway. Of course, we watch him as a fish out of water in both civil matters, and, presumably, watch him fall back into the Scandinavian underworld. The entire series will be released at once starting on February 6, so you can plow through the eight episode first season run with no waiting. Judging from the trailer, getting through the series should take me about eight hours. This show looks pretty damn good, with a Coen-brothers sensibility; a balance of drama, action, and comedy. Yay February!


HBO's 'Girls' Offers Up A 4th Season Preview That Will Make Us Fall In Hate With Lena Dunham All Over Again

This clip promises that the Girls might be less terrible, but still unhappy. After a truly bizarre Girls teaser that was meta on so many levels that I developed a minor nose bleed, we're finally getting a bona fide preview of the upcoming season 4. The clip gives a rundown of where the four girls have gone and where they'll be in the coming season, and allows us to drop in on our favorite minor characters as well. None of this is terrible thorough, I'm aware, but if you want to see what I'm talking about, just watch the damn clip. It's two minutes long. What the clip doesn't reveal is the intent behind the different tone. Is HBO shooting for more mass appeal for Girls? Is it just an organic move to happiness for the characters? We don't know, but we will soon enough. No premiere date set yet, but rest assured, it's "coming soon." (THR)


Will Ferrell Meeting ‘The Office’ Leads To Comedic Situations

Will Ferrell's debut on "The Office" next week officially has NBC's hype machine set to kray kray. Will Ferrell's debut on The Office" next week officially has NBC's hype machine set to kray kray. The TV spots are airing constantly and it shouldn't be long before he pops at the bottom of the screen during "Minute To Win It." I also heard that NBC is planning to put a Will Ferrell android in every office across America. Except for the offices where the Will Ferrell android was designed. That would just be overkill. Anyway, check out these clips of Will Ferrell meeting the cast to expected results.


'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' Clip Does Nothing To Demonstrate How Shadowy Recruiting Can Be

Harrison Ford looks like he had some work done. When Ben Affleck was cast as the last Jack Ryan in The Sum of All Fears, Matt Damon was occupying the same space in the action world as Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity. After the flop of the former and success of the latter, the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan franchise is back with Chris Pine, and it looks a lot like Bourne. Shaky, more action-y, and gritty. Take a look at this clip, and see if it's for you.


Paramount Offers A New 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Trailer To Tide You Over

Coming Soon. For real this time. When Paramount made the last minute decision to rob the summer of 2012 of its greatest pleasure, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, in order to add more Channing Tatum, they drew our ire. And made an other perfect episode of Workaholics make little sense. But now Paramount would like to remind you, that this movie still exists and will be in theaters soon. The new trailer focuses mostly on Cobra's nefarious plot to destroy the world by impersonating the President of the United States (could happen), as well as the remaining Joes and their effort to take back the country and avenge their fallen comrades. The ragtag crew includes The Rock, Bruce Willis, a hot chick, a Latino guy, and various ninjas. One of which is also a hot chick. I hope they succeed. They're our last hope. Who else can defeat sword-wielding ninjas on a mountainside while the highest office hangs in the balance? Certainly not Dennis Quaid.


Trailer For 'The Bang Bang Club' Offers Attractive Actors, Bad Accents

Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. I'm not down on Ryan Phillipe, Malin Akerman, or the abtastic Taylor Kitsch, but they aren't known as acting chameleons along the lines of Christian Bale or Gary Oldman, so to ask all three to adopt the notoriously difficult South African accent is a tall order. One that, predictably, goes unfilled in The Bang Bang Club. The movie center on photographers with the high-risk assignment of documenting the end of apartheid in South Africa in the early 90's. What could have been a compelling narrative ends up looking like the Deep Impact to The Blood Diamond's Armageddon. Phillipe, you're plenty handsome and a fine actor, but you're no Leo DiCaprio. Taylor Kitsch, you're plenty handsome...(awkward silence). If this was a fictional story, it wouldn't fall quite short of expectations (based on this trailer, anyway) but as the subject matter is real, it feels like the team fell short of their goal. Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. (Playlist)