Trailers: Michael Fassbender in Steve McQueen’s 'Shame,' Daniel Radcliffe Searches for 'The Woman in Black' and 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' Are Back

Shame

Michael Fassbender reunites with director Steve McQueen for a provocative story about a Manhattan man struggling with a crippling sex addiction.
 
The duo collaborated in 2008 on the highly praised Hunger and their latest film, Shame, is one of the buzziest movies to come out of the Toronto Film Festival.
 
Currently tagged with an NC-17 rating for a lot of explicit sex and full-frontal Fassbender, the movie has earned the actor a Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival. 
 
Co-starring Carey Mulligan, Shame opens December 2nd.
 

 
 
Ditching the spooky atmosphere from the domestic version, the new UK trailer for Daniel Radcliffe’s The Woman in Black is packed with spooky thrills.
 
The trailer opens with Radcliffe on a train, but instead of ending at Hogwarts, he finds himself in a remote village to sort out a recently deceased client’s papers.
 
During the process, he catches glimpses of a mysterious woman dressed only in black and after receiving advice from the locals to pack up and leave, he of course decides to stay and figure out the woman’s true identity.
 
While a Halloween release might be more appropriate for this movie, The Woman in Black instead opens February 3, 2012.
 

 

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked

Finally, we have to wrap this trailers post with the new Alvin and the Chipmunks trailer. Complete with references to Lord of the Rings and the Lord of the Flies and chipmunk-ized renditions of Willow Smith, Destiny’s Child and Lady Gaga songs, this third, yes third, movie in the Chipmunks franchise finds Alvin, Simon and Theodore stranded on an island with the Chipettes, hoping for rescue by Jason Lee’s character. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked arrives in high-pitched glory December 16th.

 

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