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American Sniper: new trailer lands

44 minutes ago

Bradley Cooper stars in American Sniper, the latest movie from Clint Eastwood. Here's the new trailer...

It arrives in Us cinemas later this week - and we get it in the Us in January - and a trailer has now landed for Clint Eastwood's second movie of the year, American Sniper. The first, Jersey Boys, we don't really talk about. But his adaptation of American Sniper, based on the book by Chris Kyle, looks more promising. In fact, this new trailer is full of quotes from critics telling us that it's really rather good. That's a start, then.

Bradley Cooper leads the cast, alongside Sienna Miller, Luke Grimes, Kyle Gallner and Sam Jaeger. And Eastwood stepped into direct about Steven Spielberg dropped out of the project last year.

Without further ado, here's the new trailer for the film.

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Peter Jackson on why he won't do a Marvel movie

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After completing The Hobbit trilogy, Peter Jackson maligns the fact that the movie industry "has kind of lost its way".

It seems you can't be a successful talent in front of or behind the camera in the land of modern movies without being asked if you're joining the Marvel cinematic universe. The latest to get such a question? That'd be Mr Peter Jackson, fresh off the back of making his final Middle Earth movie, The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.

Jackson was chatting to Moviefone, and admitted that "I don't really like the Hollywood blockbuster bandwagon that exists right now".

He argued that "the industry - and the advent of all the technology - has kind of lost its way. It's become very franchise-driven and superhero-driven".

Jackson has been a technical pioneer in cinema too, so it's interesting to here him say that. Not least because there's an »

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The Interview: Sony still plans to release the film

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As North Korean authorities warn of "grave consequences" if the Us rejects a joint enquiry, Sony still has plans to release The Interview...

Well, since Sony announced just last Wednesday that it had pulled the release of the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview, following threats made against moviegoers, quite a lot has happened.

We're guessing you know the story so far. Sony's servers were hacked by cyberterrorists, with apparent links to North Korea. At first, it was leaked emails that were being scrutinised, but then a more sinister threat came to the fore, against cinemas in the Us that were set to show The Interview. That's a very simplified sum-up of the story.

Sony, having had a month that could best be described as 'tricky', pulled the film, and has faced growing criticism for doing so. And now, from President Obama downwards, there's growing anger that an »

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