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A three-minute trip behind the scenes of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes delves into the challenges and triumphs of Weta Digital's approach to motion-capture.

Another clip from the prequel-sequel, meanwhile, offers a showcase for the power of performance capture, as well as a heartwarming example of inter-species literacy.

Dean Israelite is asking MGM "Shall we play a game?"

The director is currently in final negotiations with the studio to direct a WarGames remake, and he's looking at a couple of fine young actors to take over the role originally played by Matthew Broderick.

A new magazine cover brings by far our best look at Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky and our first look at Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max; Fury Road.

Basically, this is Hardy and Theron making even a post-apocalyptic hellscape look a little sexy.

An evocative, clever teaser for this November's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 finds President Snow (Donald Sutherland) putting the fear of god into the Districts and answering Katniss Everdeen's big question.

Fury takes places during the final days of World War II, but the first theatrical trailer for David Ayer's Sherman Tank action/drama makes it abundantly clear that even an imminent end to war doesn't take the edge of combat.

Based on this trailer, Ayer has made an exceptional – maybe even great – WWII movie that's actually about something.

20th Century Fox is rebooting the Predator franchise, but before you unleash a minigun torrent of remake indignation, wait until you hear who the studio has hired to direct.

Shane Black, who finally got a big hit with Iron Man Three last summer, is now on board to helm a new Predator.

Most featurettes these days call it quits after maybe three minutes tops.

A look behind the scenes at the upcoming thriller Deliver Us From Evil, however, makes most featurettes look like child's play, delving into the supremely creepy world of real life cop Ralph Sarchie.

The first poster for Fury declares "War never ends quietly."

Even while pondering such a heavy truth, a battle-dirtied Brad Pitt cuts an eye-catching figure as he leans on the cannon of the titular Sherman Tank.

Another theatrical trailer promises that The Purge: Anarchy should be much, much more enjoyable than its predecessor.

Unlike The Purge, Anarchy actually explores the central concept of an America in which all crime is totally legal for one night a year.  Plus, it upgrades the lead from Ethan Hawke (of whom we're perfectly fond at IAR) to straight-up cinematic badass Frank Grillo.

A durable killing machine could be putting another notch in his massacre belt with Rambo V, one last First Blood sequel in which Sylvester Stallone kills a whole mess of people.

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