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Mark Hamill, Star Wars Hit Next Level in Jedi Home Release: See New Trailer!

Mark Hamill reprised his role as Luke Skywalker–maybe for the last time–in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Now you can add the film to your personal collection. (You do have one right?) A new trailer released today highlights the DVD and Blu-ray disc sets due out next month. The Lucasfilms picture received rare critical acclaim and shattered box office records with its theatrical release last year. If finished No. 1, grossing $1.3 billion worldwide....

Natalie Portman Descends Into ‘Area X’ Hell in New Annihilation Trailer

Natalie Portman wants a piece of whatever causes her husband to disappear in a mysterious environmental disaster zone known as “Area X” in a new trailer for the upcoming sci-fi movie “Annihilation.” The science fiction thriller film is directed and written by Alex Garland based on Jeff VanderMeer’s best-selling book by the same name. Portman’s character, Lena is joined by Jennifer Jason Leigh a Psychologist, Gina Rodriguez as Anya Thorensen, an anthropologist, Tessa Thompson, a surveyor, and Oscar Isaac as Lena’s biologist husband....

Oscar Isaac Stellar in ‘A Most Violent Year;’ Is He Oscar Worthy? (video)

Oscar Isaac, who stars in the little-publicized indie film “A Most Violent Year,” could be a surprise Oscar contender and the picture could be a sleeper hit after he walked away with an acting award yesterday (Dec. 3) from The National Board of Review. Although one of the less publicized Tinseltown organizations, the board is made up of movie industry experts and film professionals, who carry some weight in Hollywood. The crime drama, written and directed by J. C. Chandor, has a strong cast that also includes Jessica Chastain, Alessandro Nivola, David Oyelowo, Albert Brooks and Catalina Sandino Moreno....

Do the Coen Brothers Really Have Anything to Say Anymore?

Joel and Ethan Coen take on a delicate piece of history with their look at the ’60s folk scene in their upcoming movie “Inside Llewyn Davis.” The first trailer provides a copious dish of angst and uncertainty, but how well it dissects the era remains to be seen. It stars Oscar Isaac as Llewyn Davis, Carey Mulligan as love interest Jean Berkey, Justin Timberlake as Jim Berkey and Garrett Hedlund, John Goodman and F. Murray Abraham....