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The moody teaser begins with a slow pan through an early 20th century hospital with quick shots of surgeons sporting blood-stained clothes and hands. STORY: Steven Soderbergh to Direct Off-Broadway Play Starring Chloe Grace Moretz The promo then lingers on the operating room at the Knickerbocker Hospital, which serves as the show’s setting, as the following text flashes across the screen: “Surgery wasn’t always science.” A close-up shot of Clive Owen‘s character shows up at the end of the teaser. The ten-part series revolves around the 1900s New York City Knickerbocker Hospital and its surgeons, nurses and staff, who pushed the bounds of medicine in a time of high mortality rates and no antibiotics. STORY: Steven Soderbergh Explains Spike Lee Kickstarter Donation A premiere date for the show has not yet been announced, but it’s expected to debut sometime this summer.

Watch the full promo below.

HERCULES The Legend Begins Trailer # 2 (Kellan Lutz, Scott Adkins…

Next year comes another installment in the long-running Hollywood trend of dueling films from similar studios. Last year it was Snow White and the Huntsman and Mirror Mirror, and this year it’s Brett Ratner’s Hercules and Hercules: The Legend Begins from director Renny Harlin. Now we have a theatrical trailer for the latter which has been given a telling release date in early January, trying to get a leg up on Ratner’s summer release about the Greek hero. Kellan Lutz plays the title hero who must choose to flee with his true love, the Princess of Crete, or to fulfill his destiny by overthrowing the tyrannical rule of the king and restoring peace. This looks just like a bad 300, but with Hercules instead of the Spartans. Watch?

Here’s the theatrical trailer for Renny Harlin’s Hercules: The Legend Begins, originally from Yahoo:

Watch: New Trailer For Zack Snyder & Christopher Nolan’s Superman Epic ‘Man Of Steel’

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Over the weekend when the “Man Of Steel” viral hit — “revealing” Michael Shannon‘s General Zod threatening the Earth — some uber nerds complained that he was speaking perfect English and didn’t have a Kryptonian accent or anything, proving that people will complain about anything. But for the rest of us, “Man Of Steel” is hopefully going to be the superhero highlight (we hope) of the summer, a movie that will flex both brains and brawn and this evening, a brand new trailer has arrived. Thus far, the actual story has been kept locked down, and all we know is that it’s gonna be emotions that get to Clark Kent, not kryptonite. (Somebody make this dude a mixtape). But this latest promo nails down the story a little more, while also providing plenty of spectacle. And perhaps most importantly, it continues to look like the best thing thatZack Snyder‘s ever done. Will that be the case when the final film arrives?

We’ll find out when “Man Of Steel” flies high on June 14th. Watch the trailer below.

First Full Trailer For Victoria Mahoney’s Lauded Drama ‘Yelling To The Sky’ (Zoe Kravitz Stars)

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Check out the first full release trailer for Victoria Mahoney’s Yelling To The Sky, which MPI opens in NYC this Friday, December 14th, to be followed by an expansion into other major markets, all in conjunction with a cable VOD, and digitial platforms. The coming-of-age drama, produced by Mahoney, Billy Mulligan and Ged Dickersin, stars Zoë KravitzAntonique SmithGabourey SidibeTim Blake NelsonJason ClarkeYolonda RossTariq “Black Thought” Trotter, and Shareeka Epps.

Synopsis reads:

In this gripping urban drama, rising star Zoë Kravitz plays 17-year old Sweetness O’Hara, the daughter of an African American mother and a white father, who is struggling to find her place in a rough inner city neighborhood. Her father is either absent or abusive; her mixed race background makes her an outsider; and drugs and violence abound. Sweetness finds herself in a downward spiral of drug dealing, shoplifting and fights with a bully (played by Gabourey Sidibe, Precious) before a series of events leads her to rethink her life and to explore her options for a fresh start…

Yelling To The Sky debuted at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011, commencing its film international festival circuit travels, attracting acclaim along the way.

You’ve seen the teaser trailer; here’s a much fuller one, which reveals a lot more of the film that the last.

http://www.indiewire.com/embed/player.jsp?videoId=cbbc35b0-44cd-11e2-a901-22000a1d0930&width=480