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01. Avatar (opens in new tab) - James Cameron’s most ambitious film yet is set to change the way you think about 3D cinema this December.
02. A Christmas Carol (opens in new tab) - Get some festive cheer with Robert Zemeckis and Jim Carrey’s 3D mo-cap update of the classic Dickens tale.
03. Twilight Saga: New Moon (opens in new tab) - The second instalment in Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series, with added werewolves.
04. Where The Wild Things Are (opens in new tab) - Spike Jonze's adaptation of the classic children's fantasy book.
05. Inception (opens in new tab) - Written, produced and directed by Christopher Nolan, this contemporary sci-fi thriller stars Leonardo DiCaprio.
06. The Road (opens in new tab) - Viggo Mortensen stars in this post-apocalyptic thriller.
07. Ponyo (opens in new tab) - Hayao Miyazaki's eighth film for Studio Ghibli, about a goldfish and a boy.
08. The Wolfman (opens in new tab) - Remake of the 1941 classic horror starring Benicio del Toro.
09. Alice In Wonderland (opens in new tab) - Alice returns to Wonderland years after her original trip down the rabbit hole, thanks to Tim Burton.
10. The Crazies (opens in new tab) - Romero update, hopefully more Dawn Of The Dead than Day Of The Dead remake.

Not caught these trailers yet? Keep up!

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9 (opens in new tab)
Astroboy (opens in new tab)
Big Man Japan (opens in new tab)
The Book Of Eli (opens in new tab)
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (opens in new tab)
The Descent Part Two
District 9 (opens in new tab)
Fantastic Mr Fox (opens in new tab)
Gamer (opens in new tab)
Halloween 2 (opens in new tab)
The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus
Jennifer's Body (opens in new tab)
Legion (opens in new tab)
The Lovely Bones (opens in new tab)
Moon (opens in new tab)
Ninja Assassin (opens in new tab)
Ong Bak 2 (opens in new tab)
Pandorum (opens in new tab)
Paranormal Activity (opens in new tab)
Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Planet 51 (opens in new tab)
Pontypool (opens in new tab)
The Princess And The Frog (opens in new tab)
Sherlock Holmes (opens in new tab)
Surrogates (opens in new tab)
The Vampire's Assistant: Cirque Du Freak (opens in new tab)
Zombieland (opens in new tab)

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