'Ides Of March' Trailer: Ryan Gosling, George Clooney And Political Espionage

It might be July, but "The Ides of March" are upon us.

The awesome poster for George Clooney's latest hit the web yesterday, and now we have an equally epic trailer to go along with it. Just when you thought you couldn't get any more Ryan Gosling into your system with "Crazy Stupid Love" coming out this weekend, this "Ides of March" trailer is here to prove you otherwise. And if that's still not enough, check out Hollywood Crush's ab appreciation of the "The Notebook" star.

In the news after the jump, Paramount delivers a release date shake up and "Harold & Kumar" director Todd Strauss-Schulson snags a new project.

"Mission: Impossible" And "One Shot" Get New Release Dates

Welcome to your daily dose of the Paramount movie release date shuffle game! Today's contestants are the Tom Cruise-led "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" and "One Shot." "Ghost Protocol" is being moved back from its December 16 release to December 21, which puts it directly opposite Sony's "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." Paramount has also dated Cruise's Jack Reacher adaptation, "One Shot," as hitting theaters on February 8, 2013, Deadline is reporting, but that has yet to be completely confirmed.

So Does "G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes Retaliation"

Also on Paramount's shuffleboard is the "G.I. Joe" sequel, once thought to be subtitled "Cobra Strikes" but now potentially renamed "Retaliation." Deadline has learned that the movie is being moved into the July 29, 2012 slot that was previously occupied by "Star Trek 2." The "Trek" sequel is being moved back to late 2012 or summer 2013 so that director J.J. Abrams will have time to work on the project and hopefully come on board as director.

Kathryn Bigelow's Osama Bin Laden Thriller Gets A Target

In more of today's release date news, Sony's Osama Bin Laden/SEAL Team thriller that Kathryn Bigelow has been working on is slated for an October 12, 2012 release. Deadline had the news, saying that the studio will likely be trying to employ the same strategy they used on "The Social Network." Joel Edgerton was previously cast in the lead role.

Todd Strauss-Schulson Picks Up A New Comedy

"A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" director Todd Strauss-Schulson has a new action-adventure comedy up his sleeve at New Line, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Chris Galletta, whose only writing credits are for "Late Show with David Letterman," will pen the script along with Strauss-Schulson who originated the idea. Little is known about the project except that it is set in Brazil.

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