As Indy himself will tell you, it's not the years, it's the mileage.
According to a new rumor, Disney might be looking to find an actor with less mileage to take over the role of Indiana Jones from Harrison Ford in a fifth Indiana Jones adventure.
Two clips from this Friday's The Raid 2 helpfully illustrate just how absolutely bonkers this sequel really is in a way that mere words never possibly could.
As long as Terminator: Genesis has been cooking, we've been wondering just how the reboot would explain why a kill-o-bot T-800 now appears to be 66 years old.
No less a source than the 66 year-old once again playing the Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has provided the answer.
Over on the casting side of things, meanwhile, word has emerged that the trilogy-starter is seeking John Boyega to play the son of Miles Dyson.
Tony Stark and Robert Downey Jr. represent one of those rare combination of character and actor so seamless, they're practically inseperable. So intertwined are the star and his signature role that it often feels difficult to tell where the real quippy, nimble rockstar ends and the fictional one begins.
Six years into his tenure as the most flamboyant superhero in the Marvel Studios stable, Downey Jr. is talking about the future. Specifically, about how much longer we can expect him to play Iron Man.
That's not all, though, as he's also discussing his admiration for Chris Evans as Captain America and his enthusiasm for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The full theatrical trailer for Edge of Tomorrow has Tom Cruise doing a lot of the stuff we're accustomed to seeing Tom Cruise do in action movies.
Riding a motorcycle and firing huge guns with a laconic cool, to name just two examples.
Luckily, the very concept of this sci-fi action-adventure undercuts a lot of that standard-issue Cruise cool.
Paramount Pictures has dropped a a few video goodies promoting Noah, which hits theaters nationwide this Friday, March 28th.
Here's the manliest thing you'll see today: the first teaser trailer and poster for Hercules, this summer's action-adventure starring Dwayne Johnson in a role he was born to play.
Like a facehugger sliding an embryo down the audience's gullet, Prometheus set up not only the established Alien franchise, but also a prequel series.
Given just how divisive the prequel proved, though, whether or not Ridley Scott would get to make a Prometheus sequel has been a bit of a mystery.
According to the latest word, Prometheus 2 (or whatever it ends up being called), will indeed be the next project for Scott, who has a new writer cracking on the screenplay in order to meet a March 4, 2016 release date.
Production on Avengers: Age of Ultron is properly underway, so it was only a matter of time before the first unofficial photos from the set starting showing up online.
A batch of images from the sequel's shoot have indeed shown up, revealing our first proper looks at Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in action as Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
For years, writer-director Adam McKay has been smuggling satire into absurd, seemingly dumb comedies like The Other Guys, Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, and, most recently, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Now, he's jumping into both directly engaged commentary and more straightforward drama with The Big Short, based on the exceptional bestselling account of the 2008 market collapse by Michael Lewis.