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Blake Lively Defeats Time in First Trailer for THE AGE OF ADALINE

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Lionsgate has debuted first trailer for The Age of Adaline, the fantasy romantic drama starring Blake Lively, Ellen Burstyn and Harrison Ford.

Lively stars in the Lee Toland Krieger‘s (Celeste & Jesse Forever) upcoming film as the title character who suffers a near-fatal car accident in the 1930s that renders her immortal

Weekend Box Office: Furious FURY Blasts GONE GIRL

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The tank-set World War II drama Fury, starring Brad Pitt, topped the box office this weekend, and held off David Fincher’s Gone Girl with a solid $23.5 million.

The film had an okay but not spectacular Friday with an $8.8 million, while two other newcomers landed in the top five:

The Full Trailer for Nicholas Sparks Adaptation, THE BEST OF ME

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Following the first glimpse back in June, the full theatrical trailer for the next Nicholas Sparks film adaptation, The Best of Me is here.

The latest romantic drama in Sparks‘ catalogue of novels-turned-films is directed by Michael Hoffman (The Emperor’s Club), and stars Michelle Monaghan, James Marsden, Liana Liberato and Luke Bracey.

HERCULES Motion Poster, Plus More Posters

Paramount has released a new Hercules motion poster featuring the hero played by Dwayne Johnson as he takes on the massive Nemean lion. Brett Ratner’s sword-and-sandals take on the classic story comes to theaters July 25.

Based on Radical Comics’ Hercules by Steve Moore, this ensemble-action film is a revisionist take on the classic myth, HERCULES.

Trailer for Another Nicholas Sparks Adaptation, THE BEST OF ME

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The latest romantic feature in Nicholas Sparks‘ catalogue of novels-turned-films is directed by Michael Hoffman (The Emperor’s Club), and stars James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan.

The duo play the modern-day version of two teenagers from opposite sides of the tracks, and if you’re familiar with any of the previous Sparks adaptations, nothing unexpected there.