Yesterday Warner Bros. released the latest -- and possibly final -- trailer for the sixth "Harry Potter" movie, and judging by the comments on the video, fans are psyched! Everyone important gets ample screen time in the trailer, notably Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Michael Gambon, Alan Rickman, Jim Broadbent and Tom Felton.

Today the studio has released some stills taken from the trailer. Not the most interesting shots from the trailer, for sure -- there was a lot going on in that short video -- but still worth browsing through.


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This certainly is a good week to be a "Harry Potter" fan. Last Friday a new international trailer surfaced online. Earlier this week there was news that the film's release date has been pushed up two days to July 15. Today we brought you the exclusive news that the "Deathly Hallows" epilogue will be shot with the original "Potter" cast, rather than with older actors.

But this is the biggest treat yet. Without further ado, please enjoy the brand new trailer from "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"!

As we know, David Yates, who directed "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" returns to direct "Half-Blood Prince," and will also helm the upcoming "Deathly Hallows" films. Yates' much appreciated humor shines through in this new trailer, which is jam-packed full of information. Read More...

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Yesterday was a big day for Twilighters: Summit sent a press release that principle photography has begun on the "Twilight" sequel, an announcement that came with some big casting news. "New Moon" brings with it a new threat to Bella and the Cullen clan -- the Volturi -- and everyone's been wondering since the Wolf Pack casting news who would join Dakota Fanning as vampire royalty.

And now we have some answers.

The Volturi now includes Charlie Bewley as Demetri, Daniel Cudmore as Felix, Christopher Heyerdahl as Marcus, Cameron Bright as Alec and confirmation that runway model Noot Seer does in fact play Heidi. Previously known Volturi included Dakota Fanning as Jane, Jamie Campbell Bower as Caius and the recent news that Michael Sheen will play Aro. (Check out a couple of shots of the newbies after the jump, plus browse more of the cast in our "New Moon" casting photo gallery.) Read More...

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Holy hotness! If you are a member of young Hollywood, and if you're not Audrina Patridge attending your own movie premiere for "Into the Blue 2," you were absolutely on the "17 Again" red carpet last night. Zac Efron walked the carpet, with Vanessa Hudgens also in attendance for support (she looked gorgeous, btw). Zac's co-star and "Gossip Girl" villian Michelle Trachtenberg looked fantastic, the Jonas Brothers, the cast of this season's "American Idol" … where do we start?!

Mr. Efron was zactacular in a sleek and clean black suit and tie. Very classic, very "I could be going to the Oscars." The Nick, Joe and Kevin all coordinated their looks (as usual), playing off different shades of gray. Sounds boring, but it wasn't. "American Idol" favorite Adam Lambert rocked out in a black leather jacket and loads of guyliner. (Check out shots of all the boys after the jump, plus browse the entire "17 Again" premiere photo gallery.) Read More...

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You've probably read about "Hills" star Audrina Patridge's upcoming film "Sorority Row," which also stars Rumor Willis and "Real World" alum (and "Dragonball" star) Jamie Chung, but the "The House on Sorority Row" remake will not be her movie debut. Last night Patridge attended the premiere of her straight-to-DVD flick "Into the Blue 2: The Reef," the sequel to Jessica Alba and Paul Walker's 2005 release.

Instead of Justin-Bobby, Brody (holy moly, Brody? REALLY? I can't wait for next Monday's show!) or any other "Hills" boytoy, Audrina walked the red carpet with her tattoo-covered sister, Casey. Audrina wore a very tasteful periwinkle blue, knee-length dress. V-necked and cinched at the waist, the dress covered up the actress way more than the clothes she usually wears on her TV show. (Check out photos of Audrina and Casey after the jump, plus more shots from the "Into the Blue 2" premiere gallery.) Read More...

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A few weeks ago we brought you exclusive "How to Be" photos, over which Twilight fans everywhere swooned. Today, a brand new trailer from the comedy has hit Yahoo!. Robert Pattinson plays Art, a singer/songwriter who is having a self-proclaimed quarter-life crisis and seeks help from a Canadian self-help guru.

In the trailer, Pattinson is very down on his luck. His girlfriend breaks up with him, leaving him in denial. He gets fired ... from his volunteer job. He doesn't have any "realistic" career options, although he does have an upcoming gig that not even his family wants to attend. Having moved back in with his parents post-breakup, is the solution to enlist the help of famed "It's Not Your Fault" author Dr. Ellington to turn his life around? Or to just to be himself and work on his music? Read More...

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Another member of the Volturi has been cast. Michael Sheen joins the "New Moon" cast as Aro, joining fellow Volturi Dakota Fanning (Jane) and Jamie Campbell-Bower (Caius). Aro, the Volturi leader, can read the thoughts of those he has physically touched.

Sheen, having played Lucian in the "Underworld" series, is no stranger to the vampire vs. werewolf conflict. Although the films draw on some of the same themes as the "Twilight" series (hello forbidden love!), he will be playing for the other team this time, switching gears from werewolf to vampire. Could this provide some interesting insight for the Aro character? (Check out a shot of Michael Sheen after the jump, plus browse through our newly updated "New Moon" casting gallery.) Read More...

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At the Screen Actor's Guild Awards in January, Angelina Jolie wore her blue Max Azria gown backwards. On purpose! Us Weekly reported that the intent was to make the dress more "blouson" ... and it also happened to show off her tattoos more effectively, but I'm sure that had nothing to do with it.

Last night, Anna Faris showed up at the
premiere of her film "Observe and Report," and upon seeing the photos, I immediately assumed she had pulled an Angelina and turned her dress around too. The skin-bearing, deep purple gown could not have been meant to look that way, could it? (Check out the back and front of Anna Faris' dress after the jump, and check out the whole gallery from the "Observe and Report" premiere.) Read More...

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It was almost like an "Ocean's" movie premiere, except a younger generation. Instead of Brad Pitt and George Clooney, the "Star Trek" world premiere in Sydney, Australia included the likes of Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine.

Both Quinto and Pine, along with John Cho, Eric Bana, director J.J. Abrams and other cast members all showed up in very smart, dark suits. While most wore quite button-downs, Quinto and Bana chose black shirts under their dark suits. Bana also went against the pack and decided against wearing a tie. All the gentlemen wore variations on a very traditional theme, each tweaking the look to make it his own. (Check out some shots of the guys after the jump, plus all the photos from Sydney in our "Star Trek" world premiere gallery.) Read More...

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Red carpets and movie premieres are places to see celebrities who have something to promote: an album, a new show, an upcoming film, a new clothing line, you name it. Although this is usually true, at the "Hannah Montana: The Movie" premiere last night in Hollywood, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato made it clear that they were there to show their support their good friend Miley Cyrus.

How can you tell? Body language. The girls were clearly glad to see each other, as evidenced by the genuine hugs between poses for the photographers. (Check out the photos of Miley with her friends after the jump, plus more photos from the carpet in our "Hannah Montana: The Movie" premiere gallery.) Read More...

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