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Other People trailer: Molly Shannon and Jesse Plemons struggle with cancer and acceptance

Saturday Night Live writer Chris Kelly used his own life as inspiration for his feature film directorial debut, Other People. It’s the story about a struggling gay comedy writer moving back home with his parents, while his mom battles cancer and his dad refuses to accept his sexuality.

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Modern Family recap: 'Promposal'

It’s prom season — and love is supposed to be in the air. Luke approaches Uncle Mitch for advice with his promposal, but Uncle Cam wants a bit of the spotlight, too, resulting in both uncles wrestling with promposal predicaments once they’re at school and trying to set everything up. Elsewhere around the neighborhood, Gloria has discovered that sauce rival Auntie Alice has stolen her recipe — and she and Phil won’t be tough lovin’ it to the thief.

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Diane Keaton and John Goodman struggle through Christmas in Love the Coopers trailer

Charlotte Cooper (Diane Keaton) just wants the perfect Christmas. But as any pop culture fan knows, a perfect Christmas is impossible — and that’s definitely the case in Love the Coopers, an upcoming film about one family’s comedic struggle through the holidays.

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Blythe Danner and Rhea Pearlman get high in the first I'll See You in My Dreams trailer

Retired schoolteacher and longtime widow Carol Petersen (Blythe Danner) tries speed dating, marijuana, and drinking wine with her pool boy to get her mind off the death of her dog in the trailer for I’ll See You in My Dreams, released by Bleecker Street on Tuesday.

Surrounded her three girlfriends — played by Rhea Pearlman, June Squibb, and Mary Kay Place — Carol navigates two very different relationships with the much younger Lloyd (Martin Starr) and passionate-about-life Bill (Sam Elliott), despite declaring, “You couldn’t pay me,” to take a second husband.

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Oscars 2014: 'Nebraska' actress June Squibb talks nomination -- 'We hugged and kissed and cried'

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Image Credit: Merie W. Wallace

If there is a more touching Oscar nominations day story than that of veteran thespian June Squibb – who has been given the nod in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance in Nebraska – we’re not sure our hearts, or our tear ducts, can take it.

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