We had another tie in last week's Trailer Park poll, as the NSFW French trailer for Enter the Void was equally as popular as the one for Paper Man. Sadly, the trailer for Grown Ups (which was popular enough to be a Google trend topic last weekend), was close behind. Meanwhile, nobody wants to see another doc about Guantanamo detainees (The Oath)?

This week has brought an interesting mix of trailers, but few do anything interesting with the medium. Should I include first-look teaser clips like the one featuring Emma Stone in the shower for Easy A? Stuff like that should be playing in theaters, especially since the real trailer for the Scarlet Letter update will be just as lame-looking as the new trailer for the Beauty and the Beast update Beastly?

At least there's the very intriguing teaser for the doc Into Eternity, which I spotlighted in my Tribeca preview the other day. I'm hoping to see it at the fest this week, but regardless, I hope some U.S. distributor picks it up so the rest of you can see if it's as good as it seems. As for my number two pick this week, it's another Tribeca selection, Get Low. Aaron Schneider's Southern period drama has also been featured at the Toronto Film Festival (where Scott reviewed it), and Sundance. It will hit theaters in July courtesy of Sony Classics. I don't know what attracts me more in the trailer, Bill Murray with a little mustache, Robert Duvall with a long, "crazy old nutter" beard or his Four Christmases ex-wife Sissy Spacek with no facial hair at all (she's just perfect the way she is). I think this may now be my most anticipated film of the summer.

See the rest of my trailer chart after the jump and be sure to vote on your favorite in this week's poll (if anything other than Twilight wins, I'll eat my shoe, whether Chaplin- or Herzog-style).