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Daily Recap: Six New 'Django' Pics, New 'Spider-Man' Trailer, 'Dark Knight Rises' Poster & More

It may be a holiday, but Hollywood certainly isn't taking the day off. Six new images for Django Unchained arrived today. The first trailer will be attached to the previews during Prometheus, which arrives in theaters June 8.

Another new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man has arrived. This one's the Australian version and features The Lizard throwing out green mist and lots more new footage. The film arrives July 3.

The Cannes Film Festival awarded the coveted Palme d'Or to Michael Haneke's Amour, a story about an 80-something couple in which the wife is slowly dying and her husband tends to her final moments. Yep, sounds like the awards shows will be calling later this year. [RopeofSilicon]

If you're curious about the film, here's the trailer:

Here's another poster for The Dark Knight Rises, signed with a few X's and some lipstick via Cat Woman.

Speaking of The Dark Knight Rises, here's the latest TV spot. So much epic in a thirty second clip.

Ridley Scott says he definitely wants Harrison Ford for his Blade Runner sequel, though actual negotiations haven't begun. In an interview, Scott said, "I don't think it'll be Harry (starring), but I've got to have him in it somewhere. That'd be amusing." [The Independent]

We've got a third trailer for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. This one is decidedly more down-key from the first two, action-packed versions as Lincoln goes all Gettysburg Address on us. The film arrives in theaters June 22.

Here's a first look at Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz in The Bourne Legacy. It seems as though their cover has been blown. The film opens August 3.

Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring starring Emma Watson (center) gets its first official look. The film is slated for a 2013 release.

Finally, amid the BBQs and get-togethers, keep an eye out, zombies are among us.

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