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Left Behind

Left Behind Trailer: Nicolas Cage stars as an airline pilot placed in a very dangerous position in the first trailer for Left Behind. Based on the 1995 novel by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, the trailer takes a serious look at what happens when millions of people on Earth suddenly disappear during the religious event known as the Rapture. Directed by Vic Armstrong -- read a great interview with the veteran stunt man and second-unit director here -- the movie opens in theaters on October 3. [Yahoo]


Jurassic World

Jurassic World: Director Colin Trevorrow shared a photo from the final day of production on Jurassic World. The caption is simple: "Wrap." The image appears to display the first look at a dinosaur from the movie, which is due to open in theaters on June 12, 2015. [Twitter via Collider]


The Office

Life on the Road: Lest we forget, Ricky Gervais cocreated and starred in the original British edition of the hit TV show The Office, and he's planning to make a big-screen version of it. Life on the Road picks up 15 years after the original show concluded and finds Gervais' character David Brent financing his dream of becoming a rock star by working as a traveling salesman. Naturally, he'll be followed by a documentary film crew. [BBC]



Nebraska: Nominated for six Academy Awards, Alexander Payne's Nebraska followed Bruce Dern and Will Forte on an epic road trip. The drama was designed to be presented in black and white; although the director made a color version to satisfy his distributors, he stated last year: "I hope no one ever sees it." Now, however, a color version will indeed debut on Sunday night as part of the film's debut on the small screen, via premium cable channel Epix. [Thompson on Hollywood]


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