Pics ‘n Posters: From “Lovelace” to Leonardo DiCarpio

Check out the latest posters and stills from the biggest upcoming films.

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Amanda Seyfreid stars as the notorious porn legend Linda Lovelace of "Deep Throat" fame.
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<b>Lovelace</b><br>nAmanda Seyfried stars as the notorious porn star Linda Lovelace, star of "Deep Throat," who would later became an anti-porn crusader. Peter Sarsgaard co-stars as her husband/manager/pimp Chuck Traynor.
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<b>Django Unchained</b><br>nQuentin Tarantino's latest revenge saga stars Jamie Foxx as an escaped slave who teams up with a bounty hunter, played by Christoph Waltz…
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to go after the plantation owner, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who still has his wife. Opens Christmas 2012.
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<b>Hick</b><br>nChloe Grace Moretz stars as a young runaway with a gun and a dream who sets out for Vegas, and joins forces with a grifter, played by Blake Lively. Opens May 11.
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<b>Magic Mike</b><br>nThis one comes from the most anticipated stripper comedy of the year, starring Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer and Matthew McConaughey. Is there any chance these guys are not dancing to "It's Raining Men"?
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<b>The Expendables 2</b><br>nSylvester Stallone and his band of merry 'roid freaks and tough guys reunite for another adventure that's sure to involve lots of gunfire and explosions. Who knows, they may even save a struggling democracy. Opens Aug. 17.
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<b>Snow White and The Huntsman</b><br>nWe'll admit to being highly skeptical when this project was announced, especially because of the presence of Kristen Stewart, but the trailer's have been great, driven largely by a wicked Charlize Theron as the evil stepmother.
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Chris Hemsworth also stars in the film, putting his Thor muscles to work as The Huntsman, who is tasked with killing Snow, but can’t quite pull the trigger.
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And Stewart, of course, is Snow. But unlike most of her predecessors, she's prepared to go into battle to take the throne that is rightfully hers. Opens June 1.
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<b>GI Joe: Retaliation</b><br>nOK—the first time we watched the trailer, we mistook Adrianne Palicki for Eva Mendes, now in this new photo she's a dead ringer for Michelle Rodriguez—what's going on? Opens July 29.
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<b>Take This Waltz</b><br>nMichelle Williams and Seth Rogen star as a seemingly happy couple whose marriage is threatened …
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when their neighbor, played by Luke Kirby, cuts in. Written and directed by Sarah Polley, the film opens June 7.
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<b>Life of Pi</b><br>nDirector Ang Lee is adapting this award-winning novel, about a zookeeper's son who is left adrift with a hyena, zebra, orangutan and Bengal tiger after a shipwreck. Test audiences have been raving about this one. Opens Dec. 21.
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<b>Rust & Bone</b><br>nCotillard will also be starring in the Cannes competitor as a killer whale trainer who lost a leg to an orca's bite, and falls in love with a struggling boxer, Matthias Schoenaerts. Makes it world premiere at Cannes.
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<b>The Dictator</b><br>nSacha Baron Cohen returns as General Aladeen, a Middle Eastern strongman bent on keeping his nation in his iron grip, and along the way lures Megan Fox into bed with the promise of jewels…
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And encounters Anna Faris, who appears to have subjected herself to some sort of witness protection program since the failure of "What's My Number?" Opens May 16.
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<b>Yellow Submarine</b><br>nThe Fab Four's psychedelic cartoon classic about the bands adventures at the bottom of the seas returns to the big screen for a limited run starting May 10.
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<b>Men in Black 3</b><br>nLook! It's Will Smith <i>inside</i> a wheel! In this third chapter, Agent J must go back in time to save his partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) by team up with K's younger self, played by Josh Brolin. Opens May 25.
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<b>The Amazing Spider-Man</b><br>nThis new poster finds our friendly neighborhood wall crawler swinging into action…
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While this one finds his uniform a bit torn up, no doubt after a tussle with The Lizard….
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Columbia Pictures
And this one doesn't find him in much better shape. The film opens July 3.
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<b>Peace, Love & Misunderstanding</b><br>nJane Fonda stars as an aging hippy trying to reconnect with her daughter, an uptight lawyer played by Katherine Keener, in this multi-generational dramedy. Opens June 8.
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<b>Neighborhood Watch</b><br>nRichard Ayoade, Vince Vaugh, Ben Still and Jonah Hill stars a s squad f self-appointed watchmen whose tiny hamlet comes under attack from aliens. Opens July 27.
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<b>Looper</b><br>nJoseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a hitman who kills people sent back from the future, but things go badly when he recognizes one of his targets—his older self, played by Bruce Willis.
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The film also stars Emily Blunt, going blonde for the first time, and wielding a shotgun. Opens Sept. 28.
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<b>Lawless</b><br>nShia LaBeouf stars in this Depression Era film about a family of bootleggers…
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With Tom Hardy playing one of his brothers and…
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Guy Pearce as the weaselly sadistic lawman trying to stop them. Opens Aug. 31.
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<b>Mud</b><br>nMatthew McConaughey stars as an escaped con who enlists the help of two boys on his journey back to reclaim the heart of his first love, played by Reese Witherspoon. From writer-director Jeff Nichols, whose "Take Shelter" blew our minds last year. Makes it world premiere at Cannes.
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<b>Low Life</b><br>nA period piece set in New York City, the film stars Marion Cottillard as a woman trapped in a life of burlesque shows until a magician, played by Jeremy Renner, comes along to rescue her. Joaquin Phoenix co-stars.
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<b>The Chernobyl Diaries</b><br>nFrom producer and co-writer Oren Peli ("Paranormal Activity") comes this horror thriller about a group of American tourists visiting the site of the worst nuclear accident of all time, where they find way more than they bargained for. Opens May 25.
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