This week, it's a new trailer for The Hobbit, an exclusive Digital Spy interview with Dakota Fanning on her new film Now Is Good and the first UK trailer for crime-comedy Gambit.
Also below, there's a new take on Charles Dickens classic Great Expectations and a clip from Tim Burton's Frankenweenie.
'The Hobbit' unveils new trailer in honour of Tolkien week
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of The Hobbit, a new trailer with unseen content was released this week. The film features Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins with the likes of Ian McKellen, Elijah Wood and Cate Blanchett reprising their roles from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It was confirmed last month that a trilogy of films would be released, instead of the planned two films. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is in cinemas on December 14.
Dakota Fanning 'Now is Good' interview
Dakota Fanning stars in "tear-duct time bomb" of a film Now is Good. Her role sees her play a teenage girl from Brighton who's diagnosed with terminal leukaemia. Fanning sat down with Digital Spy to discuss the film and her love of on-screen dad Paddy Considine. Now is Good is in cinemas across the UK now.
Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz in 'Gambit' trailer
The first UK trailer for the Coen brothers' crime-comedy Gambit was released this week. The trailer shows Firth as an English art curator who tries to con a billionaire art collector into buying a fake Monet painting, recruiting Diaz's character to help with his scheme. Gambit will be released in the UK on November 21.
'Great Expectations' trailer: Harry Potter director revives Dickens tale
The new trailer for Great Expectations premiered online this week. The trailer teases Harry Potter director Mike Newell's take on the Charles Dickens classic story. Great Expectations stars Jeremy Irvine, Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes. The film will close the BFI London Film Festival in October before arriving in UK cinemas on November 30.
'Frankenweenie': Sparky lives in clip from Tim Burton's new movie
A new clip of Tim Burton's new movie was released this week. Frankenweenie is a remake of Burton's own 1984 live-action short and features the voices of Winona Ryder, Martin Landau and Christopher Lee. In the clip, the lead character Victor is seen reviving his pet dog Sparky in an electrical science experiment. Frankenweenie will have a European premiere at the opening of the BFI London Film Festival on October 10. It will be released in US cinemas on October 5 and October 17 in the UK.
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