Watch Chris Hemsworth Take On The Scariest Whale Ever In The New Trailer For In The Heart Of The Sea!

If you think sharks should be the most feared beasts in the ocean, you haven't seen the trailer for In the Heart of the Sea!

The Ron Howard epic recounts the story that inspired Herman Melville's Moby Dick — and features a whale that will probably make you reevaluate movie monsters!

Chris Hemsworth plays one of the crew members of a ship that was sunk by a large bull sperm whale.

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The crew is then forced to survive on the open ocean for 90 days, and tries to take on the swimming beast that sunk their ship!

Check out the newest trailer (above) and go see In the Heart of the Sea in theaters December 11!

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Just when we thought we knew everything behind Caitlyn Jenner's recent transition... think again! Kim Kardashian posted an even more in-depth story on her website/app released Monday.

In a post entitled From the Desk Of: About Caitlyn, the 34-year-old reality star offers a personal reflection of the first time she walked in on Caitlyn dressed as a woman, and how she handled the aftermath.

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Although this was the first time Kim K saw the former Olympian cross-dressing, it wasn't the first time hearing about it:

"Had I not overheard my dad and his friends discussing rumors that Bruce would dress up as a woman years before (when I was about 11 years old), I never would have believed what I was seeing. I thought my dad was jealous of my mom's new husband, that he was joking with his friends on the phone, but suddenly I knew it was all true."

Wow!

Not knowing how to handle the incident, Kanye West's other half admits to only telling older sis Kourtney Kardashian. But why didn't she tell mom Kris Jenner?

[Image via Instagram.]

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