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See the 5 Most Important Scenes in the New Star Wars Trailer

And watch the whole thing

The second teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens dropped Thursday afternoon. Here are five things that stand out (spoilers!):

1. That voiceover is Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, apparently telling his offspring about The Force. It’s unclear which character he’s talking to, but it’s a safe bet this film is about the heroes of the original trilogy (Luke, Leia and Han) passing the torch to a new triumvirate (Finn, Rey and Poe) There’s even an analogy-completing shot of one character handing a lightsaber to another (and it looks just like Luke’s first lightsaber, built by Anakin Skywalker before he fell to the Dark Side).

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2. That shot of the Imperial Stormtroopers in front of the red flag? That’s a different logo than the Empire of old—and over to the left, black TIE Fighters! This is a sign The Force Awakens might involve what’s known in the expanded Star Wars lore as the Remnant, a group of Empire loyalists who banded together after the events of Return of the Jedi (But all that didn’t officially happen. Anymore, anyway. Long story.) The shot’s also got a very evil, Nazi Germany vibe.

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3. Kylo Ren, the movie’s Bad Dude, still looks super evil. But we don’t know much about him yet. There’s a shot showing somebody unveiling Darth Vader’s destroyed mask—could that be Ren paying homage to a lost hero of the Dark Side? (But that shot could also be Luke paying respect to his dead father, so who knows).

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4. The sequence involving Finn’s reaction to a small attack fighter shooting people in what looks to be a ship’s hangar bay feels very telling. My guess is that Finn (who we saw in trailer #1 sporting a stormtrooper outfit) was a stormtrooper who decided to abandon his post after witnessing some kind of Imperial treachery. That would explain why he’s seen running for his life in the first trailer. This theory also fits in nicely with what the actor who plays Finn, John Boyega, said Thursday on stage at Star Wars: Celebration.

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The Force Awakens hits theaters in the U.S. on Dec. 18.

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Watch the New Terminator: Genisys Trailer

But be warned: it might contain a plot spoiler

Paramount Pictures released a second Terminator: Genisys trailer on Monday and apparently decided it was a good moment to spoil a significant plot point.

From the first trailer released on Dec. 4, the movie appears to reimagine the moment when John Connor (Jason Clarke of Zero Dark Thirty) sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney from Divergent) back in time to save his mother Sarah Connor (Game of Throne’s Emilia Clarke). But about halfway through the second trailer (Spoiler Alert!) we come to learn that John Conner is not only a Terminator himself, but seems to be the primary antagonist.

Fans of the Terminator series will be happy to see that Arnold Schwarzenegger appears to play a prominent role and we will certainly hear a “come with me if you want to live.”

The movie is set for release on July 1.

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Watch the New Trailer for Marvel’s Ant-Man

The film hits theaters in July

Marvel has released a new trailer for this summer’s Ant-Man, the story of con man Scott Lang who uses a suit that makes him super strong and small, like an ant.

The trailer teases an action-packed blockbuster—with a good dose of humor added to the mix.

Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd as Ant-Man and Michael Douglas as the scientist Hank Pym. The movie hits theaters July 17.

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The Poltergeist Trailer Will Make You Scared of Your TV

"They're here" (again)

The ghosts are back in an upcoming remake of the 1982 classic Poltergeist—and once again, one family’s young daughter is their target.

This time around, Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie Dewitt play the terrified parents whose house is overrun by ghosts that have captured their daughter (played by an adorable, vulnerable Kennedi Clements) and communicate with her through their television.

The remake hits theaters May 22.

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Watch the New Trailer for the Upcoming Entourage Movie

"Dream large, live larger"

Warner Bros. just released the second trailer for its upcoming movie Entourage and it has more Hollywood celebrity appearances than a Perez Hilton lucid dream.

It has been almost five years since movie star Vince (Adrian Grenier) and his bro-team finished their HBO TV series but now they’ve made it to the big screen and Vince is determined to direct a film.

Of course, he’s joined every step of the way by E (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), Drama (Kevin Dillon) and super-agent-turned-studio-boss Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven).

Also starring is UFC champion Ronda Rousey, Calvin Harris, Jessica Alba, Russell Wilson, Liam Neeson, Pharrell, George Takei, Andrew Dice Clay, David Spade, Tom Brady, Ed O’Neil, Armie Hammer, Mark Wahlberg (who the series was based on) and business magnate Warren “I’m one quarter Coca-Cola” Buffett.

Entourage hits theaters June 5.

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Watch Classic Video Games Attack Earth in the New Pixels Trailer

"Pac-Man is a bad guy?"

A giant glowing Pac-Man goes on a rampage through New York City in Sony’s first trailer for its upcoming action-comedy Pixels.

Adam Sandler, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage are called into action when enormous pixelated characters from old-school video games try to destroy the earth.

This is because aliens misinterpret the feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, and so send all the old 8-bit favorites, including Donkey Kong, Space Invaders, Frogger, Centipede and Pac-Man, to wreak havoc on our world.

Also starring is Kevin James as the U.S. President, Jane Krakowski as the First Lady, plus Michelle Monaghan, Brian Cox, Ashley Benson and Sean Bean.

Directed by Chris Columbus, Pixels is based on a short 2010 film by Patrick Jean.

Watch it in theaters July 24.

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Watch the Latest Trailer for Disney’s Tomorrowland

Frank (George Clooney) meets Casey (Britt Robertson) for the first time

Walt Disney Pictures has released the second trailer for Brad Bird’s upcoming sci-fi adventure film Tomorrowland, and this time we get to see a bit more of the mysterious world it portrays.

George Clooney plays a former boy-genius named Frank who has grown into a rather jaded old man, but when bright young teen Casey (Britt Robertson) finds a portal to the strange world in the form of a pin, the duo embark on a danger-filled adventure.

In the new trailer, Frank meets Casey for the first time, we see that an evil group is trying to stop the pair and we learn that bathtubs make great rockets.

Disney is still not giving away too many clues about the film but this new trailer is only making us want to find out more.

Tomorrowland hits cinemas May 22, 2015.

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Watch Cara Delevingne in New Amanda Knox Movie Trailer The Face of an Angel

The film explores the public and media’s obsession with gruesome stories

Cara Delevingne makes her big screen debut in Michael Winterbottom’s new psychological thriller The Face of an Angel.

The movie was inspired by Barbie Latza Nadeau’s book Angel Face, which was set around the real life trial of Amanda Knox, who was convicted and later cleared of murdering her flatmate, the Independent reports.

Supermodel Delevingne plays a British student called Melanie who works in a bar in Siena, Italy.

She befriends a crew of journalists and filmmakers, including protagonist Thomas (Daniel Brühl) and Simone Ford (Kate Beckinsale) as they cover the appeal of a murder conviction of an American student.

Winterbottom draws heavily on the case of British exchange student Meredith Kercher who was found murdered in her apartment in Perugia, Italy, in 2007.

The Face of an Angel hits U.S. theaters June 30.

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Watch Sir Ian McKellen Put a New Twist on an Old Favorite in Mr. Holmes Trailer

Benedict Cumberbatch watch out, there is a new Sherlock in town

Sherlock Holmes will get a silver-screen twist when Sir Ian McKellen plays an elderly version of Britain’s most famous detective this coming summer.

Mr. Holmes, based on the novel A Slight Trick of the Mind by Mitch Cullin, follows a retired Sherlock as he tries overcome his failing memory to crack an unsolved mystery.

The trailer opens in the British countryside just after World War II and suggests the older Sherlock will rely not on Dr. Watson, but a young boy named Roger, played by Milo Parker, as his trusty sidekick.

The film is by Bill Condon, who recently shot the final two Twilight installments.

McKellen is a venerable Oscar-nominated English actor who has recently played Magneto in the X-Men movies and Gandalf in The Hobbit trilogy.

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Get Ready for Community Season 6 in Yahoo’s New Trailer

Not all of the gang is back for the web reboot

Greendale is missing a few old faces in the new trailer for Community (like Yvette Nicole Brown’s Shirley and Donald Glover’s Troy), but Yahoo wants fans to know they should expect more of the material they already love in the reboot of the former NBC comedy.

The new preview for season six, which parodies the pace and drama of action trailers, doesn’t try to fool viewers into thinking everything will be the same. “You wanted to save Greendale,” a narrator says early on, “but you didn’t want it to change.” Moments later, a white woman called “new Shirley” (Paget Brewster as Frankie Dart) makes her entrance. Clearly concessions have been made, but it seems Yahoo has found a clever way to address the shift.

The reboot marks Yahoo’s biggest move into original programming so far, but unlike its streaming competitor Netflix, Community season six will roll out one week at a time like network television. That means bingeing won’t be an option when the show returns on March 17.

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