The U.S. poster for What We Do in the Shadows has arrived, so now's the time to say it: the funniest vampire movie you will ever, ever see could use your help.
Less than one minute into the first theatrical trailer for Ted 2, Mark Wahlberg slips on semen, leading the Oscar-nominated actor into a pratfall involving hundreds more vials of ejaculate.
From there, the trailer somehow only gets better.
"New threat. New Mission. New Fate," declares the Terminator: Genisys Super Bowl TV spot between explosions and thumbing techno bass.
If the fifth Terminator is all about the new, then why does this all feel so, so familiar?
Joss Whedon doesn't mince words.
The loquacious filmmaker behind the biggest comic book movie of all time and its upcoming sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron, has addressed the "old-fashioned quiet misogyny" implicit in cinematic superhero fare.
Having locked down a cast of very, very funny women to star, Sony Pictures has now scheduled Ghostbusters for a high-profile release next summer.
If you don't want to know anything vaguely resembling a spoiler between now and then, just know that the reboot is going to star Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon and it's going to hit theaters on July 6, 2016.
If, however, you're curious what the remake looks like at this larval stage, then read on for some rumors about just how Paul Feig is rejiggering the material, including some big details about the ghostbusting quartet, the acclaimed actor being sought to play the villain, and the original 'Buster who might – maybe, possibly, almost-certainly-not but maybe – show up in the reboot, but not as his classic character.
Even if you don't recognize his name right away, you're probably a Brendan Fehr fan already.
Currently starring on the NBC medical drama The Night Shift, Fehr has been acting in film and television for eighteen years, doing standout work on much-loved shows like CSI: Miami, Bones, and Roswell, as well as movies such as Final Destination, Silent Night, and, most recently, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.
In Zarra's Law, Fehr stars a man torn between two starkly different worlds. He plays Gaetano, a New York lawyer who infiltrates the treacherous underground of organized crime, attempting to help his ex-cop uncle Tony in his quest to avenge his murdered brother. As filial obligation draws Gaetano deeper and deeper into the murky waters of criminality, the attorney finds himself lost in a labyrinth of deceit, greed, and violence.
Fehr is joined in Zarra's Law by a cast that includes Tony Sirico (The Sopranos), Erin Cummings (The Iceman), Burt Young (Rocky-Rocky Balboa), and Oscar nominee Renee Taylor (The Producers). The film, now available on DVD, is the latest from Juha Wuolijoki, the Finnish director behind acclaimed, award-winning fare such as Gourmet Club and Christmas Story.
The talented actor discussed the film in an iamROGUE exclusive with IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick. In their lively conversation, Brendan Fehr enthusiastically talked about the production, starring in a mafia movie, his character's inner and outer conflicts, the possibility of a sequel, and working with Chris Pratt and John C. Reilly in Marvel's latest mega-blockbuster.
Since Will Smith isn't returning, Independence Day 2 needs a strapping male lead to play action hero against alien invaders.
Who will step in to lead the next generation of Earthlings fleeing fireballs and monument wreckage? If a new rumor is to be believed, ID Forever is taking aim at Liam Hemsworth.
This year, Iron Man and Captain America fight side by side, battling a "batshit crazy" robot in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Next summer, though, these two of Earth's Mightiest Heroes go up against each other in Captain America: Civil War, the superhero slugfest of a sequel that sets Tony Stark against Steve Rogers in an MCU battle royale.
That means Robert Downey Jr. is facing off against Chris Evans, so while another Iron Man isn't in the cards anytime soon, Stark's sticking around. But a Tony who would actually trade blows with the star-spangled Avenger isn't quite the Tony we know now; sure, he and Cap have some tension, but they're a long way from slapping each other around.
Downey Jr. has shed a bit of light on his franchise jump and the character evolution that leads to the dust-up between two Avengers in Captain America: Civil War.
Fifty days out from The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Summit Entertainment has announced that the next trailer will drop during the Super Bowl pre-game show this Sunday, January 31st.
To prime the hype-pump for the trailer, Summit just released the final one-sheet for Insurgent, along with five character posters featuring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet, Octavia Spencer, and Naomi Watts.
Months of speculation come to an end today, as the cast of the Ghostbusters reboot has been revealed.
Since last October, when Paul Feig came aboard to direct an all-female rejiggering of the comedy classic, speculation has run rampant and virtually every funny actress in Hollywood has been bandied about as a potential 'Buster.
Earlier this month, we learned that Melissa McCarthy was in negotiations to lead the cast, now we know she'll be joined by Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones.