Your crossover dreams are kinda-sorta coming true.
Next month, Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will include a post-credits scene teasing not its own sequel, but Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past, hitting later in May.
Two new featurettes go behind the scenes, digging into specific beats on the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
These beats revolve around Magneto and Mystique, so these featurettes provide showcases for Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence, both reprising their X-Men: First Class characters in this unusual prequel-sequel.
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are both formidably funny on their own, but when they're together, the duo become a comedic bat out of hell, spitting surreal non sequiturs and profanity with real glee.
So Border Guards, on which the pair will reunite with Adam McKay, sounds like a guaranteed good time.
A minute-long featurette aims to prove that Guardians of the Galaxy is both wildly different from – yet also totally in keeping with – the aesthetic that Marvel Studios has so successfully established.
"Would you be married to a hard drive?" Johnny Depp asked in earnest.
It was a line of questioning inspired by his latest film, the sci-fi thriller Transcendence.
In the film, hitting theaters nationwide this Friday, Depp stars as Dr. Will Caster, the world's foremost expert on artificial intelligence. When tragedy strikes, Will's wife and professional partner Evelyn (Rebecca Hall) makes the radical decision to upload his consciousness to the most advanced computing setup in the history of the world.
"Think about how technology is moving so rapidly. Things become obsolete very very quickly," Depp continued. "So let’s say, Will Caster, in fifteen years time, is going to be in some weird room in Vegas, and people are plugging quarters into him. Right? Who has a minidisc or laser disc player? It’s over."
One last theatrical trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past doesn't coast on the novelty of two franchise timelines sharing a story.
Instead, it runs on that most reliable of novelties: time travel.
A highly virulent strain of Beefcake Fever is devastating the cities and towns of America, threatening to become a full-blown pandemic.
Luckily, there's a cure: Channing Tatum.
In accordance with the CDC's recommendation, Hollywood is administering a thorough dosage of Tatum. 22 Jump Street and Jupiter Ascending both arrive this summer, with Magic Mike XXL now scheduled for next July. And, if Beekcake Fever proves persistent, Tatum may even end up starring in his very own X-Men spinoff someday.
With production on Fast & Furious 7 underway again, Paul Walker's brothers are officially part of the sequel.
Bust out the HGH and baby oil, because a new image from behind the scenes of The Expendables 3 is chock full of manly muscles.
Everybody in this picture, from Sylvester Stallone to Terry Crews, Wesley Snipes, Dolph Lundgren, Jason Statham, Randy Couture, and director Patrick Hughes are all modeling distinctive headgear. Manly headgear, presumably.
Having run out of estranged family members with whom John McClane can bicker between increasingly improbable action sequences, the Die Hard series might swing back to a familiar sidekick for Die Hard 6.
Samuel L. Jackson's Zeus Carver could once again trade barbs with Bruce Willis's McClane in what we pray will be the final installment of this franchise which, like its hero, staggers on despite having been shot, stabbed, blown up, dragged, and generally embarassed.