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Disney's New Trailer For The BFG Teases Even Bigger, Less Friendly Giants To Come! Watch!

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Not every giant is a nasty, human-eating monster.

But in the latest trailer for Disney's The BFG, most of the fabled creatures stay true to the terrifying stereotype!

Steven Spielberg's take on the Roald Dahl tale promises tons of wonder, danger, and friendship — and there looks to be no shortage of incredibly stunning visuals!

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In the latest trailer, 10-year-old Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) is lying awake in her London bedroom when a ginormous hand scoops her up and takes the girl out the window. The hand belongs to the BFG (Mark Rylance) — a 24-foot giant who takes Sophie away to Giant Country!

The new friends bond over their loneliness, until they are threatened by some not-so-friendly giants named Bloodbottler (Bill Hader) and Fleshlumpeater (Jemaine Clement) — who are twice as big and like to snack on people!

Ch-ch-check out the larger than life trailer (below) and go see The BFG in theaters July 1!

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Harrison Ford Officially Returning For Indiana Jones 5 — Get The Adventurous Deets!

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Hollywood is on a kick of bringing back franchises with successful soft reboots — Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, Star Wars: The Force Awakens — and it looks like that's not stopping any time soon!

That's because Disney just announced that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford are teaming up once again for another Indiana Jones sequel.

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Not only that but Spielberg will be directing the film AND it already has a release date set for July 19, 2019.

Alan Horn, a chairman at The Walt Disney Studios said:

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What's The Next Best Thing To Winning?! Being Thanked In A Winning Oscars Speech! See The GIF Reactions Of Those Getting Love From Winners!

| Filed under: Leonardo DiCaprioLady GaGaSteven SpielbergAmy PoehlerTom HardyOscarsGIFsSam SmithMindy KalingEddie RedmayneAlicia VikanderBrie Larson

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We totally felt the love at the 2016 Oscars!

Many jubilant stars smiled their way through Sunday night's Academy Awards, but no one was smiling more than the winners of the night!

And while not everyone was lucky enough to take home Oscar gold, being thanked in an award winner's speech is almost just as big of an honor!

Making movies is a collaborative experience, and no award is earned without the help of a director, costar, or the support of a loved one.

Eddie Redmayne may not have won Best Lead Actor for his role in The Danish Girl, but at least he got a shoutout in Alicia Vikander's speech when she won Best Supporting Actress!

Ch-ch-check out the best GIF reactions of those who were thanked by the night's biggest winners (below)!

After Alicia Vikander won Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Danish Girl, she thanked her director Tom Hooper:

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Mark Rylance Pulls An Oscar Upset, Winning Best Supporting Actor For Bridge Of Spies! Watch His Speech!

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Big congrats to Mark Rylance, who just won 2016's Best Supporting Actor Oscars for his work on Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies!

Though let's be honest, there was a hot second we all thought slow-talking presenter Patricia Arquette was saying Mark Ruffalo! Suspense!

Related: 10 Of The Biggest Upsets In Oscars History!

Rylance was something of a dark horse in a race that included Ruffalo for Spotlight, Christian Bale for The Big Short, Tom Hardy for The Revenant, and Sylvester Stallone for Creed.

That's one hell of a job!

Ch-ch-check out his classy acceptance speech (above)!

And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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Alejandro González Iñárritu Scores Best Director At The 2016 BAFTA Awards!

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Congratulations are in order for Alejandro González Iñárritu!

On Sunday, the 52-year-old was named Best Director at the 2016 BAFTA Awards for his work on The Revenant. The acclaimed director took the stage at the Royal Opera House to accept the honor!

Iñárritu gave an incredible speech as he dedicated the award to his wife ahead of their 20th anniversary and thanked everyone from Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy, to the rest of the cast and crew who worked on The Revenant!

Alejandro took the award home over fellow filmmakers Adam McKay (The Big Short), Steven Spielberg (Bridge of Spies), Todd Haynes (Carol), and Ridley Scott (The Martian), so clearly the competition was SUPER stiff!

And even though those incredible artists didn't take home this trophy, they definitely made some memorable movies! Ch-ch-check out Alejandro's full speech (above)!

And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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Kate Capshaw & Steven Spielberg Keep Love Alive At The BAFTA Awards

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BAFTA Awards 2016: Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw walk the red carpet.

Couple goals!

Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw reminded us that love does indeed endure sometimes in Hollywood on this romantic St. Valentine's Day.

The twosome were stylish together on the BAFTA Awards red carpet, especially Steven in a very dapper-looking tux.

His wife was completely on-trend in a black jumpsuit and a fur coat stolen from Kris Jenner's closet, probably.

Aren't they so cute together?

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Steven Spielberg Thinks People Should 'Stop Blaming The Academy' For #OscarsSoWhite Controversy — Check Out All His Strong Opinions HERE!

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Steven Spielberg is arguably the most powerful figure in Hollywood, so we've been waiting to hear what he had to say about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.

In an interview for The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast, the 69-year-old said the entertainment industry needed to "stop blaming the Academy" for the lack of minority representation — echoing the statements of Whoopi Goldberg and George Clooney.

Related: Meryl Streep Reacts To #OscarsSoWhite By Saying 'We're All Africans'!

The three-time Oscar winner said he was a "huge supporter" of the Academy Awards, but, like most, was surprised that certain films and performances were not honored in this year's nominees.

He explained:

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