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Here’s the trailer for the upcoming drama Trash, based on a best-selling novel about three young, impoverished boys who survive by digging through garbage. In the film, a priest (Martin Sheen) and his assistant (Rooney Mara), help the trio after they find a mysterious wallet in a Brazilian dump belonging to someone who could change the country’s history. If director Stephen Daldry’s track record is any indication (Billy Elliot, The Hours, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close), Trash has the potential to be pretty great ... Discuss

A new film is promising to put “Christ back into Christmas" once and for all—because, evidently, the holiday must finally be saved from the politically correct. And, yes, you guessed it, there is only one man who can save it. And that man is Kirk Cameron. The actor—who stars in Saving Christmas, which he produced with Liberty University—told The Blaze, “I assume [atheists] are going to get frustrated to see some of their best arguments deflated by this movie, because we take on some of the most commonly parroted myths about the origins of Christmas.” It’s probably best that you just make your own judgments about how effective the film will be at deflating atheists (because we guess that's part of the goal here?), and just watch the trailer for yourself, which, honestly, like the poster, is extremely confusing ... Discuss

A new spot for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi adventure Interstellar has been released, and like the first full-length trailer, it gives few clues to the actual plot. Visually though, the film looks spectacular. The Matthew McConaughey space epic hits theaters in November ... Discuss

Back in 2011, Rich Walsh and his bride found their Pittsburgh wedding to be the site of a reckoning. The Dark Knight Rises was filming around the corner from the site of their nuptials, peppering their vows with all manner of explosions and Bat-goings on. Allegedly, all the commotion frustrated the couple, which is weird, because it sounds awesome. In any case, Tom Hardy (Bane) stopped by in his charming wedding attire to try to smooth things over, and the crew even let the couple pose for a few pictures with the Batmobile, so the wedding ended up being a happy one ... Discuss

America’s new favorite leading man (and former van-dweller) Chris Pratt genuinely seems like a pretty great dude. During a special screening of his action hit Guardians of the Galaxy for patients and parents at Children's' Hospital of Los Angeles, Pratt covertly left, and returned dressed as Star-Lord. For the next three hours Pratt handed out Guardians of the Galaxy toys, and then visited with kids too sick to go to the screening. According to E!, when one of the children recognized his voice from The Lego Movie, the duo spent the next 10 minutes repeating dialogue from the comedy. Well played, Andy Dwyer ... Discuss