Pics ‘ Posters: Ron Burgundy Returns, Mila Kunis Back to the ’70s & Rachel McAdams Goes Femme Fatale

Kunis rocks bell bottoms, Spacey is a superhero, Scarlett is a man-eating alien, Elijah Wood is blood-splattered and so much more.

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Ron Burgundy and the rest of the Channel 4 News Team are back for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues." Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner recently reunited to film a teaser that will run ahead of "The Dictator," which opened Wednesday.
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Ron Burgundy and the rest of the Channel 4 News Team are back for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues." Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner recently reunited to film a teaser that will run ahead of "The Dictator," which opened Wednesday.
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Rachel Adams appears determined to shed her good girl image with this role in "Passion," director Brian De Palma's remake of last year's "Love Crime," about a game of cat-and-mouse between an overbearing boss and her ambitious protégé.
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Colin Farrell and Jessica Biel co-star in this remake of "Total Recall," the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic about a man who pays to have a spy's memories implanted in his brain, but awakens unsure of which reality is real.
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Kate Beckinsale is also in the film, which is how you can tell the film was directed by her husband Len Wiseman, who also helmed the "Underworld" movies. (Latino Review)
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Tom Hardy isn’t doing much for his profile with this Bane mask, but "The Dark Knight Rises" should make him a little extra money, keep him in Chris Nolan's good graces and fully employed for a few years to come. (Total Film)
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Not since her remarkable turn in "To Die For" has Nicole Kidman gone as vampy as she looks in this still from "The Paperboy," a thriller about a journalist, Matthew McConaughey) and his little brother (Zac Efron) out to exonerate a man on death row, John Cusack. (Ropes of Silicon)
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Kevin Spacey (right) stars in "Inseparable," as a man who interrupts his neighbor's suicide attempt and convinces him to don homemade superhero costumes and police the streets of Beijing. Made in China, in Mandarin and English, we can only hope it makes it stateside. (Ent Group, via Playlist)
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Clive Owen and Mila Kunis rock their '70s mufti for Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties," a remake of the 2008 film "Les Liens Du Sang," about a younger brother (Bill Crudup), who convinces his elder, Owen, to get back into crime. Co-stars Marion Cotillard. (Zimbio, via The Playlist)
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Sam Worthington's career gets weirder still with "Drift," as one of two brothers who try to turn their passion for surfing into a profitable business in the face of several obstacles and some tasty waves.
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Michel Gondry's next film is "The We and the I," about what happens on the last day of school in the Bronx, as a busful of kids make their final ride home before summer begins. (IMP)
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Robert Rodriguez is in Cannes trying to drum up interest in two projects, the long overdue "Sin City" sequel, "A Dame to Kill For" and…
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Yes, we've had enough of the "Prometheus" trailers and clips, but this poster is kinda awesome.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"Machete Kills," a follow-up to last year's surprise cult hit.
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Chris Pine stars in "People Like Us," as a man who doesn't learn he has a sister (Elizabeth Banks) until the reading of his father's will, which instructs him to bring her a giant wad of cash, which he himself desperately needs. But when he finds her, he realizes she's in way worse shape than he is.
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Jonathan Demme directed "Neil Young Journeys," a documentary that chronicles the legendary singer-songwriter's drive from his home to a concert hall where he performs some of his greatest hits.
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Matthew McConaughey stars in "Killer Joe," William Friedkin's new film about a cop who moonlights as a hitman. When a prospective client, Emile Hirsch, is short on the down payment, Killer Joe kindly agrees to take his sister, Juno Temple, as collateral.
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Scarlett Johansson stars in "Under the Skin," based on the Michael Faber novel about a flesh-eating alien living among us as a sexy woman. The film will get our complete attention as it was directed by Jonathan Glazer, the genius behind "Sexy Beast."
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Remember when you thought Elijah Wood was just a lovable Hobbit? And then you saw "Sin City"? Well now he's starring in the remake of the '80s bloodfest "Maniac," which is showing in Cannes' midnight lineup.
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Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts star in "Rust & Bone," about the relationship between a bouncer/boxer and a marine trainer who emerges from a killer whale attack unable to walk. From Jacques Audiard, writer-director of "A Prophet."
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Robert Pattinson's dreamy eyes haunt this poster for "Mission: Blacklist," based on the true story of the hunt for Saddam Hussein. (MTV)
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And look! There's another Madea movie on the way. Glad to see Eugene Levy is parlaying his "American Pie" fame into a supporting role in "Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection."
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