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If you don't have QuickTime on your computer, get it, or these won't work for you.


So we've got:


Sin City:




S.E. Hardy posted this one already, but I thought I'd repost it to reiterate how great it looks.


Mr and Mrs Smith (OMFG this looks so incredibly awesome):





The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe:




I don't like how they started The Chronicles with the second book of the series, because it makes more sense in the sequence of events, rather than the order in which Lewis wrote the books. ;)


The New World:




Colin Farrell tries to act again! Hurrah! Is this supposed to be the story of Pocohontas?


Kingdom of Heaven:




I love it when Candy tries to act, but this actually looks interesting. Especially since Ridley Scott (OMG Gladiator!!) directed it...


This year is going to be fun, what with Pride and Prejudice versus Bride and Prejudice (the Bollywood version). I'm sorry, but P&P is not P&P without Colin Firth as Mr Darcy. Therefore, even if Keira Knightley is Elizabeth Bennet, it just won't do. *angry eyes*

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When I first heard that Working Title was making a version of Pride and Prejudice, I laughed for hours. They cannot ever beat the BBC adaptation and as far as I am concerned, only one man should be allowed to play Mr. Darcy and that man is of course Colin Firth. Anyway, it is still going to be interesting to see how Matthew MacFadyen and Keira Knightley pull this off. The Bollywood version looks funny at best. I also want to see Mr. and Mrs. Smith. I have always liked Doug Liman's movies.

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