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Wreck-It Ralph

What happens when a video game villain doesn't want to be the bad guy anymore? That's the story that Disney's new animated feature "Wreck-It Ralph" explores, hopefully to good results.

The studio has released an international trailer for the movie that shows us more of the video game worlds that are visited in the flick. Like the familiar characters we're going to see in "Wreck-It Ralph," we hope the film journeys to places we recognize like Hyrule and the Mushroom Kingdom. We couldn't help but see some "Mario Kart" in Vanellope von Schweetz's little racing sequence.

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Lone Ranger

If there's one thing we've learned from this new teaser, it's that this movie is not your parents' "The Lone Ranger."

The trailer for Gore Verbinski's take on the classic character has finally arrived, and it's just as fantastic as we expected. Though it focuses more on the setting of the movie than its titular character and his sidekick Tonto, it's clear that Verbinski has a general understanding of what makes a Western work in modern day Hollywood.

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Lone Ranger

We're only hours away from the premiere of "The Lone Ranger" trailer, and Disney decided to hype us for that big reveal by releasing an awesome new poster for the upcoming Western.

Touting the tagline "Never take off the mask," the poster doesn't show us the titular Lone Ranger. That's pretty telling, considering we have long known that the movie is actually going to be told from the point of view of the Lone Ranger's companion, Tonto. Still, this is an ample tease for a movie we've been waiting years to see.

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Tim Burton has a certain style that he's become known for, and the costumes in his movies reflect that. In an exclusive sneak peek from a featurette included on the "Dark Shadows" Blu-ray release, we get an inside look at the process of designing costumes for a Tim Burton movie. It turns out that it's just as exciting to be a part of creating the outfits as it is to watch them on the big screen.

"It's always fun to examine a period within a parameter of a story with Tim because you sort of edit what the period is," costume designer Colleen Atwood said in the video.

Atwood has worked with Burton on many of his iconic movies, including "Edward Scissorhands," "Alice in Wonderland," "Sweeney Todd" and "Big Fish." The excellent costume design in "Dark Shadows" shows that the two have created a rapport with one another that allows her to design just what he wants to use in his films.

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Lone Ranger

It's been a long time coming, but tomorrow we'll finally see the first trailer for "The Lone Ranger."

Leading man Armie Hammer will present the theatrical teaser for the film on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" as production on the project nears an end. In anticipation of that release, USA Today has released a whole slew of new images from the flick and new interviews with Hammer, Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski.

"This is all about two guys who are on the same path, but who have come from two very different worlds," Hammer said.

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Scary Movie 5

"Scary Movie 5" seems to have gathered together every celebrity we never expected to see in one movie together.

The latest to join the cast of the long-running comedy franchise are Mike Tyson, Audrina Patridge and Kendra Wilkinson. Blackfilm.com reports that the trio will join the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Ashley Tisdale, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Heather Locklear and Kate Walsh in the horror film spoof. Like we said, this isn't a cast that you see every day.

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The World's End

Edgar Wright is bringing the whole gang back together in his final "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" film, "The World's End."

An official press release has gone out announcing that production has started on the movie and offering up the full cast for the flick. In addition to Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, we've learned that Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan and Rosamund Pike have joined the project as well.

Consider us thrilled about this Freeman news. Fans will know that he's been a regular in Wright's trilogy, having a small but memorable part as Declan in "Shaun of the Dead" and playing the Met sergeant who transfers Pegg's character to the country in "Hot Fuzz." We can only imagine what role he'll play here. Hopefully he'll end up getting a little more screentime than he did in the past, considering he's moved up a bit in the world thanks to leading roles in "The Hobbit" and BBC's "Sherlock."

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Prometheus

Decisions, decisions. 20th Century Fox has released the artwork for the Blu-ray release of "Prometheus" and revealed that there are actually two versions of the release that fans can take home.

The first is a full four-disc collector's edition that includes the theatrical cut, 3D theatrical cut, DVD and digital copy of the movie, two sets of commentaries, the 15 minutes of deleted scenes we previously heard about and five special featurettes. The second, a two-disc release of the film, doesn't include the 3D or any of the special featurettes. Like we said: decisions, decisions.

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Skyfall

At this point, we'd rather hear just 30 seconds of Adele's "Skyfall" theme song than see anything new from the movie, but beggars can't be choosers.

There's just a month and a half to go before the long-awaited 23rd James Bond film hits theaters, and 15 new images from the flick have just hit the web. The pictures come courtesy of The Lebanese Movie Cinema Guide, and give us a good idea of what we can expect from this movie's characters. At the center of more than half the pictures is Daniel Craig's James Bond, but we also get to see the many faces of Javier Bardem's Silva, the dual roles of Naomie Harris's Eve, what a sexy Bond girl Berenice Marlohe makes and Ben Wishaw has our new Q.

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Here's a premise you probably never thought you'd hear: Leighton Meester and Hugh Laurie fall in love in a relationship that wreaks havoc on both of their families. But that's exactly what the comedic film "The Oranges" is about.

The movie is finally getting a theatrical release starting October 5, and MTV News is delighted to have an exclusive clip to present in anticipation of that date. Be warned, there is some inappropriate language in the video. It also will generate some terrible mental imagery, and we just read about bagel foreheads, so you know we're being serious. But the clip gives us a good sense of what we can expect from this little indie, which has one of the most exciting casts we've seen in a while.

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