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'Oblivion', 'Monsters University': This Week's Hottest Movie Trailers

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Some mad-anticipated films have released brand new trailers this week - a new red band trailer for the Danny Boyle film Trance has debuted as well as a Digital Spy exclusive look at The Last Exorcism Part II. Also launched is the trailer for Monsters University, which shows off the new voice talent joining the franchise.

Digital Spy takes a look at five of this week's top trailers below.

'Jack the Giant Slayer' trailer: Nicholas Hoult climbs beanstalk
The story of Jack and the Beanstalk is often associated with pantomimes at Christmas. The new 3D blockbuster eliminates all dames, dances and 'oh no he didn't's, instead telling the story of a young man who reignites the war between humans and giants. The fantasy film stars Nicholas Hoult as Jack. It also features the talents of Ewan McGregor, Eleanor Tomlinson, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane and Bill Nighy.


'The Last Exorcism Part II' trailer: Eli Roth produces horror sequel
The last film in 2010 spooked audiences everywhere. This year, the Eli Roth production returns and promises to be scarier than the original. The film focuses on Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) who is trying to build a new life for herself after the events in the previous movie. However, the demonic forces return to inflict her with more trauma. The Last Exorcism Part II opens in US cinemas on March 1 and March 15 in the UK.


'Oblivion' trailer: Tom Cruise in post-apocalyptic Earth movie
When Earth goes to war and loses the planet, it's down to Jack Harper to extract the resources left by the aftermath. Tom Cruise takes on the role of the drone repairman stationed on the planet when a chain of events trigger him to question everything he knows. Morgan Freeman and former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko also star.


'Monsters University': Helen Mirren role revealed in new trailer
Before they joined Monsters Incorporated, James P Sullivan and Mike Wazowski had to be educated in the art of scaring. The animated film shows the trials and tribulations the characters endured during their time at university. The vocal talents of Billy Crystal (Mike) and John Goodman (Sulley) return with the new addition of Dame Helen Mirren as Dean Hardscrabble.


'Trance': James McAvoy remembers his problems in red band trailer
Danny Boyle returns to directing after the success of 2010's 127 Hours with new film Trance. After an art auctioneer (James McAvoy) forgets where he hides a priceless painting, a therapist (Rosario Dawson) hypnotises him to find the location. Meanwhile, a mob boss (Vincent Cassel) resorts to more violent measures to regain his memory.



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