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The trailer for Hitchcock

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In typical Hollywood fashion, not one but two films about iconic thrill-bringer Alfred Hitchcock are on the horizon. Last month we had a glimpse of Toby Jones and Sienna Miller in TV movie The Girl and now we've finally got a look at its competition.

Starring Anthony Hopkins as the famed director and Helen Mirren as his long-suffering wife, it's a project that screams Oscar and from the looks of it, awards might be rather well-deserved.

Focusing on the controversial production of Psycho, the film also stars Scarlet Johansson as Janet Leigh and Jessica Biel as Vera Miles.

What do you think? More Oscars for Hopkins and Mirren?

Hitchcock hits cinemas on February 8th

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