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Keira Knightley Wants Punishment In Cronenberg's 'A Dangerous Method' Trailer

She's powerless to resist a man with old-timey facial hair. [post-album postid="210414" item="6"]David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method has debuted a trailer that is just the most Cronenberg thing I've seen all day. It's got Viggo Mortensen as Mr. Pringles Dr. Sigmund Freud, forbidden eroticism, and repressed feelings exploding and scattering emotional shrapnel in every direction. No people turning into flies though. Saving it for the sequel I bet. Smart. The cast and material both look great. Mortensen plays Freud and Michael Fassbender plays Carl Jung. Keira Knightley plays the sexed-up looney bird he plows and Vincent Cassel rocks a beard.


Kate Upton And Other People Star In 'The Other Woman' Trailer

I'll take all the tickets, please. The Other Woman stars Cameron Diaz as a lawyer who thinks she has found Mr. Right. However, she discovers that she is his mistress upon meeting Mrs. Right, as played by Leslie Mann. Instead of tearing out each others weaves, they team up to bring him down. The best way to do that, recruit his younger, hotter, heavy-chested mistress Kate Upton to hit him where it hurts. Using the unstoppable combination of lawyer powers, light poisoning, and large natural breasts, they strive to take him down without outright stealing the cast dynamic of 9 to 5.


See The Trailer For Danny Boyle's Stage 'Frankenstein'

The second scariest use of morphing after that Michael Jackson video. Danny Boyle has a reputation of directing flashy and bombastic screen entertainments that grab the viewer from the beginning and don't let go until he saws off his own arm to escape. And while he's no stranger to the horror genre thanks to his work on the seminal fast-running-zombies movie 28 Days Later, it makes sense that this style would bring him back to the realm of the scary. But people were still surprised to hear that instead of doing another horror movie, he's working on a staged adaptation of the horror classic Frankenstein. Luckily, you'll be able to see this version of Frankenstein on the big screen even if you're nowhere near the stage. UNluckily, if you're in the US, you won't be able to experience one of the most interesting aspects of the production: The first showing of the play, on March 17 (the one that's getting a US release), will have Dr. Frankenstein played by Benedict Cumberbatch and the Monster by Johnny Lee Miller. Then, a week later, the actors will switch roles and do the play again. This trailer suggests this, by showing the Monster and his creator morphing into one another. Subtext! (via The Playlist)


One Last 'Karate Kid' Trailer (Sans Karate)

Jaden Smith is better than you at life.Sony has released the final trailer for The Karate Kid reboot starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. The film, which premieres this weekend, looks pretty good, provided you can overlook two annoying flaws. I'm sure I'm not the first to point out that the film lacks any actual karate, which is from Japan, and instead focuses on kung-fu, which is from China. It's like remaking Eight Men Out, but having them play Cricket, or remaking Squirt Woman 2 and having it focus on "water sports." There's a big difference. The second barrier to enjoying the film is Jaden Smith. Based on the trailer, he seems like he might be a decent actor. But the fact that a 12-year-old kid will probably nail more women this weekend than I will in my entire life makes it hard for me to concentrate. Instead of focusing on the kung-fu, I just keep tracing the veins in my wrist with the corner of my debit card over and over again.  Weird, huh? (First Showing) Enjoy the last Karate Kid trailer after the jump.


See New 3D 'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon' Trailer, If You've Got The Tech

Finally, a 'Transformers' video with Transformers in it. Here's a new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. "Hey, wait a minute, this isn't in 3D," you're saying to yourself. Well, of COURSE it isn't, unless you're a proud owner of a My 3D device from Hasbro. That's not a joke, it's a doohickey you attach to your iPhone, and in conjunction with a free My 3D app, it acts as a kind of 3D Viewmaster that will convert the trailer into 3D. It's 2011, people. The Future is here. Michael Bay must be giddy with excitement. As for the trailer itself, there doesn't appear to be a lot of new footage in it. But if you're excited about Transformers: Dark of the Moon, it might be worth a watch. And you're not alone, either, since this movie is somehow getting a lot of positive buzz. Maybe it's all a racket to get people to buy My 3D devices. (The Hollywood Reporter)


Watch Joel McHale's Eyes Fill With Dollar Signs In 'Spy Kids 4' Trailer

When one thinks of family-friendly romps, one thinks of Joel McHale, Jeremy Piven, and Danny Trejo. If you're stoked about Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, chances are there is an adult reading this article to you right now. However, morbid curiosity might compel non-children to wonder why Joel McHale is taking such a detour from a promising career path to act in the fourth installment of a kid's movie franchise. While McHale is the most surprising participant, the film also boasts a few more actors that might leave their fans scratching their heads. We get Jeremy Piven as the bad guy here, though I don't think nearly as many will be surprised to find him slumming it in this type of film. We've also got Ricky Gervais and Robert Rodriguez fixtures Danny Trejo and Antonio Banderas in the mix. Granted, this is the first Spy Kids film in eight years, so there might be some killer script that has A-listers clamoring to get involved, but, based on the trailer, that's not the case. The most likely explanation is a Bowfinger-type scenario where Rodriguez got all the stars to act unwittingly, then tossed them in front of a green screen. The technology's there, people.


'Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 2' Poops In Church

Religious extremists are going to have a field day with this one. Looks like we've got another Passion Of The Christ on our hands. It's been about a year since the first Diary Of A Wimpy Kid was released, and Fox isn't letting up on divulging the wimpiness of this kid. The trailer opens with jokes about pooping your pants in church. Great. Religious extremists are going to have a field day with this one. Looks like we've got another Passion Of The Christ on our hands. In Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules, the little geek is tormented by a young Jimmy Fallon clone named Rodrick. And man, that Rodrick DOES rule. With his tussled hair, one-handed folding technique, extreme driving, and you know he's hiding pot somewhere in that wimpy household. When Steve Zahn finds it, Rodrick will play it off. "Just holding it for a friend, Dad. Now can I get back to practicing my fingering?" For the guitar, of course, you guys.


The Grown-Up Griswold Kids Hit The Road In The 'Vacation' Red-Band Trailer

Don't these people have jobs? You would think with the amount of old 1983 Vacation clips shown in this trailer, the new 2015 Vacation might not be able to hold its own. However, the buzz around the film, and this trailer itself, would indicate otherwise. It looks pretty awesome. Yes, even for a remake. And, because of something we'll call the 21 Jumpstreet effect, you can't have a reboot without it constantly winking at the audience about the fact that it's been done before. However, it looks pretty funny, and it's got Charlie Day. I don't know what else you can ask for.