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Brutal New ‘Logan’ Trailer Brings the X-Men Into the Real World

The most jarring line in the new trailer for James Mangold’s increasingly buzzy Wolverine spinoff Logan comes when the gruff mutant informs his young charge, “This is the real world. People die.” He tells her this after seeing one of her vintage X-Men comic books, and informing her that the team’s actual exploits bear little resemblance to what’s on the page. It all sends a clear message: this is a film unlike the solo Wolverine pictures that came before it, distinctive both in its high stakes and self-awareness. It’s a sharply written moment, but the new clip doesn’t linger on it for too long before getting to the good stuff — in this instance, a young girl cutting off an adult man’s hands.

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Full ‘Powerless’ Trailer Brings DC References and Bat-Details Galore

We’re still not entirely certain the DC universe is built for serial comedy (any more than it was ultra-grim movies), but NBC’s Powerless is giving ample opportunity to flex that DC connection. See for yourself in a new extended trailer, and details of just how much Batman we can really expect to see in the Wayne Security world.

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‘Logan’ Gifts Us With Two More Images, Plus a Trailer Announcement!

Logan looks like no other superhero movie we’ve ever seen before, and Hugh Jackman and James Mangold have been especially plugging its desolate, dingy look. They’ve given us image after image, all of which have kept this really great post-apocalyptic western look. Today, They’ve given us one more in preparation for tomorrow’s new trailer, which Jackman seems very excited about.

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‘Arrow’ Extended 2017 Trailer Teases Flashpoint Behind Laurel’s Return

The CW already seemingly spoiled the explanation behind Arrow returning one of its biggest characters in midseason finale “What You Leave Behind,” but there’s wiggle room yet. Case in point, an extended 2017 trailer for next week’s “Who Are You?” hints at a Flashpoint explanation, along with new wrinkles to the Prometheus story.

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‘Rogue One’ EP Talks Adapting ‘Star Wars Rebels’ Ships for the Movie

Rogue One and Star Wars Rebels fans have now had a chance to see ships and characters going back and forth from both mediums. That’s no small feat in a world where Marvel can’t make heads or tails of its movie-TV connections, so how did it happen? A Rogue One writer and producer explains, also clarifying the process of updating ship models to appear on the big screen.

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‘CHIPS’ Trailer: California, It’s Time to Party

You tilted your head to the side and went, “Huh,” when you first heard about it. You said to yourself, “Oh yeah, I’d forgotten about that,” when you saw casting news about it. Now, you can see it for yourself — or, at least, two minutes and forty-two seconds of it: Dax Shepard’s CHiPs movie remake finally has its very first trailer.

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Watch Vin Diesel Ski Through the Freaking Jungle in New ‘Return of Xander Cage’ Clip

Vin Diesel is a pro when it comes to doing awesome things in places where they should not be done. He drove a muscle car out of a skyscraper in the most recent installment of the Fastly Furious franchise. In 2005 family comedy The Pacifier, Diesel brought white-knuckle secret agent action to a sleepy suburban neighborhood. And in a newly revealed clip from the upcoming xXx sequel Return of Xander Cage, he straps on a pair of skis and speeds through the jungle like it’s an Alpine black diamond trail. This is the poetry and pain of Vin Diesel, always pulling the raddest of stunts in the unlikeliest of spots — unstuck in time and place, an innovator unappreciated in his era, the Van Gogh of shredding the gnar.

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New ‘The Space Between Us’ Trailer Depicts Earth As Maybe Not So Terrible

As the past year or so has made abundantly clear, Earth is a bad place to live. If we don’t drain the plant’s natural resources, pollute the atmosphere to the point of toxicity, or drown beneath rising water levels, humanity could take the more direct route and wipe itself out through global nuclear war. Fascism and other forms of extremism have cropped up around the world like so many megalomaniacal dandelions, and Netflix still hasn’t added the fourth season of The Twilight Zone due to licensing complications. Everything is bad, and yet the upcoming sci-fi romance The Space Between Us boldly asks, “What if life on Earth was... good actually?”

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Offred Intends to Survive in First Hulu ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Trailer

Everything we’ve seen from Hulu’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale has seemed equal parts timely and enrapturing, but a first trailer for the Elisabeth Moss-led series very much seals the deal. See for yourself, as the world becomes a dystopian, misogynist hell that Offred is intent on surviving in the first footage.

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Remember the Controversy Over Carrie Underwood’s Big-Screen Acting Debut?

Carrie Underwood hasn't done that much acting, but what she's done, she's made it count.

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Jason Momoa Is Appropriately Jason Momoa in Netflix ‘Frontier’ Trailer

Let’s face it: If you’re going to put Jason Momoa in the wilderness, furs are going to be worn, and people are going to get hurt. So it is, with the first official trailer for Momoa’s fur-trapping Netflix series Frontier, ahead of a January 20 premiere.

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‘The Lure’ Trailer: Drunks, Debauchery, Pop Music, Oh, and Man-Eating Mermaids

Mermaids: pretty, kind half-human half-fish people who love to swim with little fish and sing and comb their hair with dinglehoppers, who just happen to also have a taste for human flesh. The Disneyfied version of Ariel tones that last aspect of their behavior way down, but in actual mermaid lore, the creatures get their sustenance by luring sailors overboard so they can feast on their flesh. The new film The Lure, debut of Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Smoczynska, made plenty of waves touring the festival circuit last year, and is about to make port in the U.S. with its first trailer.

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