Two new posters for Only God Forgives feature Vithaya Pansringarm and Ryan Gosling, both set against the colorful backdrop of Bangkok.
Both seem to ask, as Gosling does in the trailer, "Wanna fight?"
Just because they're dead doesn't mean that the officers of R.I.P.D. can't get into supernatural shenanigans.
A new international trailer for the paranormal action-comedy is similar to the domestic preview, but jukes the stats with new footage of big visual effects, cool creature designs, and Jeff Bridges being surly and great.
World War Z is clearly Brad Pitt's show, but the latest clip from the biggest zombie movie ever attempted reveals the casting equivalent to a secret weapon among the supporting actors: James Badge Dale.
You can crush the Terminator franchise under industrial machinery or lower it into liquid steel, but like the titular figure, this series keeps doggedly crawling along.
According to Arnold Schwarzenegger, the fifth installment will being production early next year with the former California Governor playing a Terminator once again, three decades after bringing the T-800 to menacing life.
Rush, Ron Howard's Formula 1 racing drama announces right in its title that the racing action will be as zippy and breathless as you'd hope for a sport so dangerous and thrilling.
A new behind the scenes featurette packed with striking race footage – including a grisly accident or two – promises that Rush captures Formula 1 as we've never quite seen it in theaters. More importantly, though, the featurette suggests that audiences won't be falling asleep between racing sequences thanks to the true story of rivalry and friendship between two wildly dissimilar professionals.
With not much more than a year until a June 27, 2014 release date, Transformers 4 has actually begun principal photography, and we've got the pictures to prove it.
A new international trailer for The Wolverine gives our most thorough look at Logan's latest onscreen adventure.
And if you thought this one would be scaled back from the ensemble X-Men movies or the overblown X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the trailer quickly disabuses you of that notion by kicking off with an atomic blast.
You've got to hand it to the first theatrical trailer for next year's 300: Rise of an Empire.
Not many sequel trailers open with the corpses of the first movie's heroes corpses littered all over.
The very first clip from the upcoming White House Down answers the age old question, "How do you lose a rocket launcher?"
The war between the G.I. Joes and Cobra is an intractable one, a conflict without end. So as long as it remains commercially viable, we'll keep getting live-action G.I. Joe movies.
Having directed G.I. Joe: Retaliation to a worldwide gross of $365.5 million, Jon M. Chu will return to oversee the next installment in this franchise chronicling a senseless, tragic war between two organizations that could both be out bettering makind instead of fighting ninja battles on cliffsides.