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New Trailers: 'Toy Story 3', 'Get Him to the Greek' and 'Centurion'

Three new trailers have arrived online for your viewing pleasure. They are …

Toy Story 3 (June 18th): Finally, Disney/Pixar have released a splendid new full-length trailer for one of this year's most anticipated sequels. When Andy heads off to college, the group of toys we've all come to love are packed up and shipped off to a day care center where they're greeted by a whole slew of new toys… and an equal amount of grimy kids who want to tear them apart. But when the toys learn that Andy wants them back, Woody (Tom Hanks) takes it upon himself to stage a break-out so the toys can return to their former owner before he leaves for school. Check out the trailer below …

Get Him to the Greek (June 4th): Do you remember Russell Brand's filthy, obnoxious, sex-obsessed rock star character from Forgetting Sarah Marshall? Well, Brand reprises that role and reunites with Marshall director Nick Stoller, as well as co-star Jonah Hill (who isn't reprising his character from Marshall) in a comedy that follows a lowly music assistant (Hill) who must track down Brand's Aldous Snow and get him to the Greek Theater in Los Angeles for a special rock concert. Based on this trailer, it looks like plenty goes wrong along the way. Check it out below…

Centurion (TBD): And for those of you who like bloody Roman battle movies, director Neil Marshall (Doomsday, The Descent) brings us this tasty little actioner about a group of seven soldiers who are trapped behind enemy lines after their entire legion is wiped out following a surprise attack. The film, which doesn't yet have a release date, looks brutal and badass. Check out the international trailer below and let us know what you think.



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