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This Week In Movie Trailers: 'Twilight' And Pixar Show Off Their Future Hit Sequels



In this week's trailers, Snow White leaves Thor to return to Edward Cullen, Keira Knightley takes another stab at Oscar gold and Pixar shows us what college life is like for monsters.

Plus, three R-rated comedies duke it out for summer dominance, "Batman" and "Spider-Man" show off some new footage, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman reminds the world why he's one of the best actors in the business. 

Also, take a look at some of this fall's high-profile action movies, and, if you're brave enough, the next Adam Sandler/Andy Samberg film.

"Taken 2" - October 5

After scouring the internet to confirm our suspicions, we unfortunately found out that the antagonist of "Taken 2" is not the guy from the Dos Equis commercials. But the damage is already done. As far as we're concerned, it's Liam Neeson v. The Most Interesting Man in the World. Game on! Oh, you want to know the plot of the movie? His family gets taken (see what we did there?) in a foreign country... again. It also feels like we got cheated out on some great sequel names here: "Takener." "Taken 2: Taken Harder." "Taken 2: Electric Boogaloo ."

"Dredd" - September 21

Futuristic drug busts. Half a movie's worth of slow-mo shots. Karl Urban doing his best "Christian Bale Batman voice" impression. That's all you need to know about "Dredd."

"Hotel Transylvania" - September 28

Well we know it's going to do better than Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg's first team-up, "That's My Boy." With an interesting voice cast, including Fran Drescher and Selena Gomez, this could have the same late-September critical/commercial success of fellow Sony Pictures Animation release "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs." Or it could be another Sandler misfire, this one of the "Eight Crazy Nights" variety. 

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