In the years since it began production, we've heard quite a bit about "47 Ronin," the samurai fantasy epic starring Keanu Reeves, but not a lot of it has been good. The film, which was originally set for a November 2012 release, was delayed due to reshoots, and then rumors of editing room drama began to circulate sometime afterward.

But as "World War Z" showed the world earlier this summer, no amount of production trouble can damn a movie entirely, and now that a trailer for "47 Ronin" has hit Yahoo! Movies UK, viewers can judge for themselves whether they'd like to join Keanu on another martial arts adventure or not.

Check out an interview with Reeves about "47 Ronin" and learn more about the film after the jump!

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Hiccup and Toothless are back in a new adventure that takes place five years after the events of the great "How To Train Your Dragon." A short teaser trailer popped up today over at Empire, and we're treated to a brand new flying sequence, featuring a new and improved Toothless and an older, more rugged looking Hiccup.

The entire cast from the original film will be back to reprise their roles as vikings, who now love dragons instead of fearing them. Jay Baruchel, Kristen Wiig, Gerard Butler, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, America Ferrera, T.J. Miller, and Craig Ferguson will all be back. Kit Harington from "Game of Thrones" is joining the cast as the mysterious Dragon Prince.

Click past the jump to see the first trailer!

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Rambo

Reef Entertainment, a game publisher out of the UK, uploaded a trailer for their upcoming video game adaptation of the first three "Rambo" movies. Sound likes an awesome idea, right? The Sylvester Stallone action epics, especially "First Blood Part II," sort of ask to be turned into an over-the-top first-person shooter. Unfortunately, the gameplay from the trailer for "Rambo: The Video Game" looks bad.

Like really, really bad.

I'm not sure if the game was made with any participation from Stallone, but the character model for John Rambo looks nothing like the Italian Stallone, whose hair in the game looks like an amorphous,black blob. Everything in the entire game lacks texture and looks more or less completely smooth, but if you're looking for a way to step into the red bandanna, this might be your best opportunity.

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Boxtrolls

By Rachel Samples

Animation takes audiences beyond the walls of reality into dream worlds of monsters, villains, heroes and other creatures. Most animated films give us something we have never seen before and it is very rare to see something we have seen before- but still be just as shocked.

"Boxtrolls," the latest feature project for Laika Studios and Focus Features, released a trailer showing a child surrounded by different "types" of parents including a man and woman, two men, two women, and two parents with "a grandmother, a grandfather, some weird aunties with funny hats and some weird uncles who like rare, smelly cheese."

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Amanda Seyfried Lovelace

Amanda Seyfried's profile has been growing pretty steadily since her days as Karen Smith in "Mean Girls." Last year, she starred in a Best Picture nominee, "Les Misérables," and this year, she has a head-turning role that some critics at Sundance predicted could earn her some Oscar attention.

In "Lovelace," Seyfriend stars as the woman behind one of the most controversial movies of all time, "Deep Throat." Linda Lovelace rose quickly to stardom but suffered through one terror of a marriage before becoming an anti-porn activist.

The first trailer for "Lovelace" does a great job of setting the 1970s era of the film, as well as showing off what should be strong performances from both Seyfriend and Peter Sarsgaard, who plays Lovelace's husband Chuck Traynor.

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Cloudy

By Andie Lowenstein

Hey foodies! Your favorite inventor is back!

In the first "Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs," mad scientist Flint Lockwood's machine, FLDSMDFR, was designed to end world hunger and instead turns water into food. This eventually created a major disaster on the island of Swallow Falls, as the machine is still operating and creating mutant food-beasts in a brand new sequel.

The very first trailer for the sequel was released in February and a featurette on the new foodimals was released just last week. Now, another full-length trailer has debuted, and it's filled with more food than you can even imagine!

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Vince Vaughn has had a rough few months. First, his reunion with fellow "Wedding Crasher" Owen Wilson, "The Internship," wasn't so hot, and now in the trailer for his newest comedy, "Delivery Man," he finds out that thanks to a clerical error, he is the father of 533 children, all of whom are suing to find out his identity.

The trailer is pretty standard fare. Vaughn is given a file that contains the identities of all his children that he isn't supposed to look at but uses to surreptitiously help them all out in various ways. It looks like it has some heart, which might be a nice change of pace.

What really has us excited is Chris Pratt in the role of Vaughn's lawyer buddy. On TV, Pratt is consistently one of the funniest elements of "Parks and Recreation," and now that we're seeing him cross over into film with movies like "Zero Dark Thirty" and next year's "Guardians of the Galaxy," we're hoping to see a lot more of Andy Dwyer.

"Delivery Man" opens in theaters on November 22.

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Michael Fassbender The Counselor

When Ridley Scott snatched up Cormac McCarthy's first feature-length screenplay essentially the instant people knew it existed, we knew that "The Counselor" was a project worth playing attention to. That was all before it started attracting talent like Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, and Penelope Cruz. This was definitely something that wasn't leaving our radar any time soon.

Now we have not only the trailer that dropped yesterday, but Entertainment Weekly just released two photos from "The Counselor" that do little else but prove that there are several good looking people in the movie. Still, this is one that we absolutely cannot wait to see.

Check out the trailer and two new photos from "The Counselor" after the jump!

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Percy Jackson

For a movie called "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," the first trailers for the mythological sequel have been a little short on beasties. Sure, there's that mechanical bull thing and some of the new half-bloods making their way into the ranks of Percy and Annabeth, but we were still craving some serious monster action.

The new international trailer for "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," however, does not have that problem. As pumped as we are for this movie and the monsters in it, we do have to warn you that the trailer does give away a lot of the film and pretty much covers the story from start to finish.

That being said, it gives you your best look yet at all of the action that is set to go down when "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" hits theaters on August 7.

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Pacific Rim

If, by some terrible miracle, you remain unconvinced that "Pacific Rim" is the movie to look forward to for the rest of the summer, there's a new trailer to wipe that stupid, stupid idea from your head.

The new preview from the monster-robot beat-'em-up focuses more on the characters than any trailer before it, and the result is pretty astonishing.

Take a look at the new trailer for "Pacific Rim" after the jump, and get ready to buy your tickets.

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