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By David Poland poland@moviecitynews.com

30 Weeks To Oscar: Trailer Parade (20 Currently Available)

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Here are all the trailers – some domestic, some international, one just a clip – for films from the broad contenders list that was published Monday night. All after the jump…

(edit, 7/1/15 – Adding Steve Jobs and Creed)

BLACK MASS

BRIDGE OF SPIES

CAROL (clip)

CREED

EVEREST

IN THE HEART OF THE SEA

INSIDE OUT

LEGEND

LOVE & MERCY

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

THE MARTIAN

THE PROGRAM

RICKI & THE FLASH

SICARIO

SNOWDEN

SOUTHPAW

STEVE JOBS

SUFFRAGETTE

THE WALK

YOUTH (International Red Band)

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