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Watch the First Trailer for Ted 2

The bear is back

The next installment of Ted looks like a continuation of the crude jokes and inexplicably heartwarming storyline that made the last film.

The Universal Pictures film, which follows the talking teddy bear’s quest to prove he’s a person in court so that he can father a baby, is slated to come out in June.

Beside Mark Wahlberg and his bud Ted (voiced by director Seth MacFarlane), the sequel also features the likes of Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried and Morgan Freeman.

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Take a Sneak Peek at the New Hannibal Season Three Trailer

Delve into this delicious morsel of a trailer

While the third season of cult thriller Hannibal doesn’t appear on our screens until the summer, fans will be pleased to hear that NBC has released a tasty teaser trailer to tide us over until the dapper doctor returns.

The clip shows Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) alive and well having survived Hannibal Lecter’s (Mads Mikkelsen) bloodbath at the end of season two, Variety reports.

Graham is obsessively trying to track Lecter’s whereabouts, embarking on a mission that takes him all over the world, including Florence, Italy.

As well as revisiting a number of characters, expect season three to bring you a slew of fresh faces, including several from Thomas Harris’ novel Red Dragon.


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Watch the Latest Walking Dead Trailer

The show returns Feb. 8

After five seasons of being on the run from zombies, the gang from The Walking Dead is still finding reasons to hold out hope for survival in the latest trailer for the series, which returns from its midseason break on Feb. 8.

That’s not the only television event of the evening, however: The Breaking Bad spin-off, Better Call Saul, also premieres that night on AMC. It’s probably a lot less bleak.

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Watch the New Trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron


There’s a new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and it’s more sinister than ever.

“Everyone creates the thing they dread,” says robotic mega-villian Ultron in one of the opening shots of the trailer, which aired on Monday during the College Football Playoff National Championship between Ohio State and Oregon.

“I’m going to tear you apart…from the inside,” he growls amid scenes of destruction and havoc as the heroes of the Avengers turn against each other. Get set to shudder.

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Watch the New Ant-Man Trailer with Paul Rudd as the Tiny Hero

This time you can actually see him

The new, full-length trailer for Ant-Man is here…and it’s visible to the naked eye (phew!).

After releasing a teaser that had to be seen through a microscope, and a poster featuring lead actor Paul Rudd as an ant-sized dot, Marvel finally gave fans a glimpse of its tiniest superhero, who has the ability to shrink while gaining strength.

The trailer shows Scott Lang, played by Rudd, being arrested, released and then given a “second chance” as a superhero by the original Ant-Man, Dr. Hank Pym, played by Michael Douglas. Pym offers him the superhero mantle and the shrinking ant suit.

“One question,” Rudd’s character says to Pym. “Is it too late to change the name?”

Sorry Paul.

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Rachel and Kurt Return to McKinley in Glee Final Season Teaser

For Glee‘s sixth and final season, Rachel and Kurt are returning to McKinley High to reinstate the Glee Club. And from the looks of the trailer, that involves butting heads with Ms. Sylvester, running into The Dalton Academy Warblers and, of course, singing “Let It Go.”

But where’s Idina Menzel?

Glee‘s sixth season kicks off with a two-hour premiere on Friday, Jan. 9 on Fox.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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Here’s a Trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2

John Cusack's out and Adam Scott's in

Four years ago, moviegoers watched a group of middle-aged dudes use a hot tub, rather than a DeLorean, to go back in time and relive their heyday. (Not to mention, make changes in their “present” lives to make them rich, famous, and overall happy).

Now, whether you asked for it or not, Clark Duke, Craig Robinson, and Rob Corddry are back for Hot Tub Time Machine 2 — and according to Corddry, “I think this time maybe I’ll invent yoga pants.”

The newly released trailer, however, shows that some things have changed. First off, headliner John Cusack unaccountably decided not to return for the sequel. Instead, Adam Scott and Community’s Gillian Jacobs join the cast. Secondly, the cast doesn’t just go to one point in their lives — they travel everywhere from the not-so-distant future to the Revolutionary War. Using a hot tub.

Hot Tub Time Machine 2 hits theaters Feb. 20, 2015.

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Here’s a First Look at The Little Prince Movie

A French version of the trailer was quietly released on YouTube Monday

A first look at the hotly anticipated big screen debut of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s beloved children’s classic The Little Prince was released on YouTube Monday.

“Rediscover a timeless story like you’ve never seen it before,” reads the trailer text, written in French, since the English version has not yet been released to domestic audiences.

An old man can be heard in voiceover saying, “I flew almost everywhere in the world, until something miraculous happened,” at which point the screen fades to familiar scenes from the book, animated in a style reminiscent of paper mache models.

The film is directed by Mark Osborne, whose previous works include Kung Fu Panda. A star-studded cast, including James Franco, Benicio Del Toro, Rachel McAdams and Ricky Gervais, will lend their voice talents (in English) to the production.

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Listen to Anna Kendrick Sing in The Last Five Years Trailer

The new star of every Hollywood musical

Remember the girl in high school who got cast as the lead in every single musical? Anna Kendrick is the official darling of the Hollywood drama department. And… we aren’t complaining.

In case you hadn’t heard enough of Anna Kendrick’s lovely voice in the Into the Woods or Pitch Perfect 2 trailers, let us proudly present the trailer for the latest musical-turned-movie: The Last Five Years.

The film, based on Jason Robert Brown’s off-Broadway production of the same name, follows Jamie (Smash’s Jeremy Jordan) and Cathy (Kendrick) in contrasting timelines. Audience members jump backwards and forwards in time as Jamie sings about their relationship from the beginning to end and Kendrick sings from the end to the beginning.

While there is no set date for a wide release yet, The Last Five Years will be “coming soon.”

Read next: Anna Kendrick May Be a Princess, But She’s No Damsel in Distress

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George Lucas Might Be the Only Person Who Hasn’t Seen the New Star Wars Trailer

"I don't know anything about it"

It seems like just about everyone has watched the trailer for J.J. Abrams’ new interpretation of Star Wars, which has been viewed over 45 million times on YouTube since its late November release. Well, everyone except original Star Wars creator George Lucas.

When the New York Post asked Lucas what he thought of the trailer, the famed director responded: “I don’t know anything about it. I haven’t seen it yet.”

And he isn’t planning on watching it, “Because it’s not in the movie theater,” he explained. “I like going to the movies and watching the whole thing there. I plan to see it when its released.”

MORE: 5 takeaways from the new Star Wars trailer

In case spoofs aren’t off limits, Lucas can tide himself over with this hilarious Saturday Night Live reinterpretation that aired over the weekend:

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