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Alicia Vikander & Cara Delevingne Star In Erotic Thriller Tulip Fever — Watch The First Trailer!

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Both Alicia Vikander and Cara Delevingne are incredibly smart, talented, and gorgeous young women that we'd watch in just about ANYTHING — okay, maybe not Pan… LOLz!

That's why we're so excited the two are both going to be in Tulip Fever, a sensuous period piece that also stars Christoph Waltz, Dane DeHaan, Dame Judy Dench, and Zach Galifianakis!

Related: Alicia Is OFFICIALLY Lara Croft In The New Tomb Raider Reboot!

The film, written by Oscar winner Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love), follows Vikander, a married 17th century woman, who has an affair with an artist hired to paint her, played by DeHaan. The lovebirds hatch a plan using tulip bulbs to try and raise money so they can run off together, but of course there are always suspicious people right on their heels!

Ch-ch-check out the sexy and trilling trailer for Tulip Fever (below) and let us know if you'll be seeing the film when it opens July 15!

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Maggie Gyllenhaal Set To Make Her Broadway Debut Acting Opposite Of Ewan McGregor!

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The Great White Way is about to get even greater!

Maggie Gyllenhaal is coming to Broadway, so it looks like Midtown Manhattan will get just that much more congested, as we're sure her stage presence will bring thousands…nay, millions on an epic pilgrimage to see her act.

She'll be in Tom Stoppard's play The Real Thing starring opposite of Ewan McGregor, who will be treading the boards on Broadway for the first time as well.

Maggie plays the woman Ewan's playwright character leaves his wife for! Sounds steam-ay, and with these two hotties in these roles, we're sure there's not going to be a dry seat in the house.

The play won the 1984 Tony award for Best Play, so who knows if this revival will get Maggie a Tony too!

Congrats, Maggie! You lick that Playbill!

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