This week it's the final trailer for The Master, an alternate opening for The Avengers and on-set interviews with the cast of Cockneys vs Zombies, as well as the trailer for crime thriller Pusher.
Also continue below to see the first trailer for the upcoming film Sightseers from director Ben Wheatley.
'The Master': Cast embrace animal instincts in final trailer
The final trailer for The Master was released this week and features a seductive and violent Joaquin Phoenix. Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams also star in the upcoming drama. Hoffman recently disputed claims that the film is about the Church of Scientology. The Master is released in the US on September 21 and the UK on November 9.
'The Avengers' alternate opening scene released online
Avengers fans are being treated in the run-up to the film's DVD release. Last week saw the release of a deleted scene featuring Bruce Banner and this week the release of an alternate opening to the film. The scene sees footage of New York after the 'Tesseract Event' and would have seen the film begin at its climax. The Avengers is released on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on September 17.
'Cockneys vs Zombies' on-set interviews: Michelle Ryan, Honor Blackman
Michelle Ryan and other members of the cast are interviewed on set during filming last year. The former EastEnders star described the film as a "zomedy" that can be "quite violent and quite harsh" at times. She also discusses the current appetite for zombie movies. Cockneys vs Zombies is out now.
'Pusher' trailer: Orbital score Richard Coyle's crime thriller
Pusher has debuted a new trailer exclusively on Digital Spy. Richard Coyle and Agyness Deyn lead the cast under the direction of Luis Prieto. Music from British electronic band Orbital features in the preview. Pusher is released in the UK on October 12.
'Kill List' director's new film 'Sightseers' releases first trailer
The first trailer for Ben Wheatley's Sightseers was released earlier this week. The new film from the Kill List director follows a couple's holiday in Yorkshire which later takes a disturbing turn. It stars Steve Oram and Alice Lowe and is released on November 30.
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