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Today’s Sequel Bits veers from deeply romantic to adorably funny to bone-chillingly creepy. After the jump:

  • Star Trek and Kick-Ass 2 get rated by the MPAA
  • Todd Phillips is pretty sure Hangover II is brilliant
  • The producers of Paranormal 4 are getting sued
  • Chris Pine chats about Kirk’s self doubt in Star Trek
  • See more Celine and Jesse pics from Before Midnight
  • See posters for Monsters University and V/H/S/2

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2013 Summer Movie Preview

Trailers! Who has time to watch them all? There are something like forty wide releases due out this summer alone. If you assume each trailer runs about two minutes, that’s about an hour and half of your life you’ll never get back. That’s time you could’ve spent actually watching one of these movies.

If you only watch one trailer this spring, then, you’ll want to make it this one. This three-minute supercut teases most of the season’s biggest releases, from Iron Man 3 to The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. It’s surprisingly coherent, which may suggest that these titles aren’t as different as the filmmakers would like us to think. Or maybe it just proves that with the right music and some skillful editing, you can totally change the meaning of any scene. In any case, watch it after the jump.

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We’re well past the point of being gobsmacked by every new material revealed for The Wolverine and Star Trek Into Darkness; by now we’ve got a pretty good idea of what each film looks like. Still, for those who want to keep tabs on every new piece of marketing, here are new posters for each film, as well as sheets for The Hangover Part III, the doc Salinger, Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing, Neil LaBute’s Some Velvet Morning, and Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring. Read More »

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After months of radio silence regarding The Hangover Part III, now it seems like you can close your eyes without a glimpse at the Wolfpack. Commercials, posters, stills and now Warner Bros. has released a second trailer, which finally reveals the story behind the epic conclusion of the blockbuster comedy trilogy.

Seems Chow (Ken Jeong) stole a lot of money from John Goodman‘s character and only four men can find him: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and, maybe, Justin Bartha. Check it out below. Read More »

The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey

Who wants to see the first trailer from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug? Well, too bad, because it’s not coming for another few months. Also after the jump:

  • Anchorman: The Legend Continues goes ice skating
  • The sequel to Gareth EdwardsMonsters starts filming
  • The Muppets… Again! adds two fine English actors
  • See a new image from Edgar Wright‘s The World’s End
  • And familiar-looking one for The Hangover Part III
  • Scary Movie 5 has a relatively inoffensive TV spot

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While most blockbuster Summer movies release their first trailer months, maybe even a year, in advance, it’s oddly appropriate that The Hangover Part III has waited so long. Phil, Alan, Doug and Stu are pretty much always late, aren’t they?

The final installment in Todd Phillipsmassively success franchise opens May 24, just 11 short weeks from now. Once again Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha are in trouble and, in the first trailer below, you can get a hint of exactly what that means this time around. Read More »

The Hangover Part III may feature a whole new plotline, but based on these new stills the wolf pack still looks exactly the same. Also after the jump:

  • Dwayne Johnson is pumped for Fast & Furious 6
  • The latest Star Trek comic drops still more hints
  • The Allspark might resurface in Transformers 4
  • Stephenie Meyer wants The Host to be a trilogy
  • Producer says there have been no Mama 2 talks
  • The Best Man sequel has a real title now
  • The first Cloudy 2 trailer will debut this week
  • Riddick takes the throne in a new photo

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Whether your idea of fun is G-rated college kids or hard-R strippers, there’s something in today’s Sequel Bits for you. After the jump:

  • Jessica Alba promises to do more dancing in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
  • … while Robert Rodrigez comments on Dennis Haysbert replacing Michael Clarke Duncan
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger explains why his age won’t be an issue in The Legend of Conan
  • Screenwriter Craig Mazin talks about weathering criticism for The Hangover Part II
  • G.I. Joe: Retaliation will be digitally remastered for a one-week IMAX 3D release
  • See some cute international posters and a new setting for Monsters University
  • Vin Diesel and Karl Urban face off once again in the newest Riddick still

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