The full, two-minute trailer for Steven Spielberg's Lincoln. Hopefully the film lives up to the Oscar Bait.
David Pogue, a tech writer for the New York Times, put together a marriage proposal that puts all others to shame. Pogue made a trailer of his relationship with his now soon-to-be-wife Nicky, and convinced a resort theater to play it as part of a movie night. A hidden camera captured every moment of Nicky's reaction.
Jack Kerouac's bestseller finally will make it to the big screen after years in development -- and a perfectly timed scandal from star Kristen Stewart.
On the Road, starring KStew, Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Kirsten Dunst, and Terrence Howard, hits theaters December 21.
Zero Dark Thirty is director Kathryn Bigelow's and writer Mark Boal's dramatization of the Navy SEAL Team 6 mission to kill Osama bin Laden -- and given the controversy over the source material (Bigelow and Boal were allowed access to essentially classified documents by the Obama administration), this trailer is a major letdown.
In theaters December 19.
Josh Radnor, whose character is the weakest link -- and the central storyline -- on How I Met Your Mother, is poised to take the indie world by storm; he writes, directs, and stars in the new romantic comedy, Liberal Arts, an audience favorite at Sundance.
Also starring Elizabeth Olsen (the talented younger sis of Mary-Kate and Ashley), the film follows 35-year-old Jesse (Radnor), who returns to his hometown and falls head-over-heels for 19-year-old undergrad Zibby (Olsen).
In theaters this fall.