There are some fantastic new trailers online. Here are a sampling of a few:
Babel looks like it will be this year's Syriana--global in scope, politically charged, and suffused with our common humanity. Looks enthralling.
Darren Aronofsky, who hasn't made a film since Requiem for a Dream, returns to cinema with an epic, mind-bending film spanning a thousand years of one man's struggle to save the woman he loves and find the key to eternal life in The Fountain.
Many thought The Aviator would finally give Martin Scorsese his much deserved Oscar. Alas, it did not happen. Scorsese is following up his Best Picture nomination with The Departed, in which two undercover agents, one a Boston police officer who has infiltrated the mob (Leonardo DiCaprio) and another, a mobster who masquerades as a cop (Matt Damon) in the employ of a gangland chief (Jack Nicholson), fight not to be consumed by their double lives and desperately try to fulfill their missions before they discover each other's secrets.
In The Prestige, two stage magicians, intent on destroying each other, rise to the height of their careers but not without terrible consequences for everyone involved.
Children of Men imagines a world just a generation from now, in which humankind is on the verge of extinction, utterly infertile, and plunging towards anarchy.
The Black Dahlia is based on the true story of the notorious 1947 Los Angeles murder of actress Elizabeth Short and the cops who are driven to obsession to solve the case. Brian DePalma hasn't made a decent movie in nearly 20 years. Lets hope the director of The Untouchables and Scarface can change that with The Black Dahlia.
Will Smith is aiming for an Oscar and based on this trailer of a man trying to make ends meet for he and his son in The Pursuit of Happiness, he just may get it. A beautiful and selfless performance.