The Science Bros have struck online, sharing candid pictures from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo – whose Tony Stark and Bruce Banner struck up a friendship in The Avengers – have taken the internet by storm with some photos from the sequel showing themselves, executive producer Jeremy Latcham, and Scarlett Johansson making like a prizefighter.
Colin Trevorrow sounds pretty confident.
The director is making the leap from a small comedy drama to a major summer blockbuster with his second film, Jurassic World. Not only is Trevorrow seemingly undaunted by the size of the Jurassic Park revival, but he's already thinking about potential sequels.
Jessica Chastain is signing up to play Marilyn Monroe –one of the most iconic figures in cinema history – for writer-director Andrew Dominik in his "nightmare fairy-tale" Blonde.
As longtime screenwriter partners Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci go their separate ways, the latter is eager to make his directorial debut on Star Trek 3.
Next month's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hurls a whole lot of bad guys and recognizable events at the wall crawler.
By the end of the sequel, though, there's still a major fixture in Spidey's world who has yet to be rebooted in the rejiggered trilogy.
Cigar-chomping, bloviating Daily Bugle editor-in-chief J. Jonah Jameson won't show up until 2016's The Amazing Spider-Man 3, it seems.
If you've got a problem, if the odds are against you, then two official stills from The Equalizer are here to help.
This second look at the big screen version of the eighties television show features Denzel Washington as the title character, an unstoppable action hero with a taste for justice.
Having lost an Oscar-nominated director to tackle Aaron Sorkin's unconventional biography of Steve Jobs, Sony Pictures is quickly moving on to an Oscar winner, who apparently has an frequent Oscar-nominated actor in mind to star.
Danny Boyle is in talks to direct Sorkin's as-yet untitled Jobs movie, and has reportedly approached Leonardo DiCaprio to star already.
The Fanatastic Four reboot ought to kick off production any minute now, but we still know precious little about Fox's second crack at the Marvel property.
Writer and producer Simon Kinberg has provided a few precious news-nuggets, discussing the age of the heroes, how they get superpowers in this version, and just what sort of tone to expect from The Fantastic Four.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 picks up five years after the first movie, so there's a lot of catching up to do.
Luckily, the first five minutes of this June's anticipated sequel hit the ground running, bringing us up to speed on all the returning characters while also fitting in two breakneck dragonriding sequences.
Five new clips from next month's Neighbors promise that the comedy doesn't rest on its big, vulgar setpieces.
Instead, these bite-sized samples suggest that Neighbors is also sprinkled liberally with smaller funny moments between two beleaguered parents and the nightmarish fraternity next door.