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The trailer for quirky comedy The Oranges, starring Hugh Laurie and his top-notch American accent.

Sadly, The Oranges is not about the dangers of scurvy, which seems like a real missed opportunity.

Also featuring Leighton Meester, Catherine Keener, Oliver Platt, Allison Janney, and Maeby Fünke.

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The first full trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams. It's scheduled for an October 12th release, unless someone at the Celebrity Centre steals all the prints.

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The second trailer for the Weinstein Company's bootlegging caper Lawless is accompanied by a handy weapons chart, so there's no second guessing as to who's firing what. The film, starring Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman and Guy Pearce, opens August 29th.

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Spike Lee's latest joint tells the story of young Flik Royale, who is shipped from his Atlanta home to the tough streets of Brooklyn to spend a summer with his deeply religious grandfather, Bishop Enoch Rouse, played by Lester Freamon Clarke Peters. it's another installment in Lee's Chronicles of Brooklyn series, which includes Do The Right Thing, Clockers and He Got Game.

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Who knew that Peter Venkman could pull off a convincing FDR? So suggests the trailer for Hyde Park on Hudson, a film that finds American treasure Bill Murray stepping into Franklin Roosevelt's wheelchair. Based on events that transpired during King George's visit to the States in 1939, Hyde Park reunites Murray with his Rushmore love interest, Olivia Williams, and is helmed by Notting Hill director Roger Michell -- so expect a lot of subtle humor about the differences between Americans and Brits. Hyde Park on Hudson opens December 7.

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"We wanted to hit everybody across the head with a sledgehammer, like listen to what we're doing out here," says Ice-T, who directs. Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap drops June 15.

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