With Joss Whedon stepping out as the series' writer-director after Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel Studios needs someone to take over its single biggest franchise.
For months now, Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo have been rumored as the directors of the next Avengers. The rumors are true: The Russo Brothers have closed a deal to direct Avengers: Infinity War Parts 1 and 2.
When Jennifer Lawrence first dipped her toe into a pool of blue body paint as Mystique in X-Men: First Class, she wasn't yet Katniss Everdeen, the highest-grossing female action hero of all time. She also hadn't won an Academy Award and become one of the biggest, most popular movie stars on the planet.
Five years after first shifting shape as Raven Darkholme, Lawrence will close out her run on the franchise with next year's X-Men: Apocalypse.
Like Ethan Hunt in a hot pursuit, Paramount Pictures is wasting no time. Just yesterday, the studio seemed to empty its Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation promotional clip, unveiling the title, a teaser trailer, poster, and first-look images.
Turns out there was one round left in the clip, however, because now, less than twenty-four hours later, the full theatrical trailer for Mission: Impossible 5 has smashed online, and it's a doozy.
While the world surfs the Avengers: Age of Ultron hype-wave, Marvel Studios is waxing up its surfboard for next summer's superhero slugfest, Captain America: Civil War.
Filming on the sequel is set commence within the next two weeks, kicking off in Atlanta, Georgia by April 1st and marking the start of a production that will stop by Puerto Rico and Berlin. As the filmmakers slide through the final stretch of pre-production, some fascinating details have emerged from the sequel.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to check out a slew of Mission: Impossible 5 first look promotion, from the first teaser trailer to a trio of official pictures to a vertiginous poster.
Like an IMF agent suddenly whipping off an uncannily convincing rubber mask, Paramount pulled a surprise move today, unveiling a maelstrom of marketing for the sequel, which it turns out is called Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. It's all in anticipation of the full theatrical trailer, which hits on Monday.
The clock struck midnight for Cinderella this weekend: Insurgent knocked Disney's latest live-action fairy tale from the top of the box office heap.
The YA sequel opened at number one, while straightforward Sean Penn actioner The Gunman shot itself in the foot, opening in fourth place and becoming the latest high-profile box office whiff of 2015, and the religious drama Do You Believe? didn't inspire too much faith.
A really good romantic comedy – one that is charming, heartfelt, and invests us in characters who behave roughly like actual human beings – is worth its weight in gold.
So we're pretty intrigued by Man Up, a British romcom buoyed by lead performances from Lake Bell and Simon Pegg. Based on the new trailer, which debuted today along with a quartet of pictures, Man Up looks much better than the title suggests. In fact, Man Up looks like its worth a brick or two of fried gold.
It's chimichanga time: Production on Deadpool is finally underway in Vancouver, B.C., and the stars of this Marvel Comics spinoff are sharing their enthusiasm for the Merc with a Mouth.
Wade Wilson himself, Ryan Reynolds, has shared a bit of insight into the whole approach to this action-comedy, while Morena Baccarin and TJ Miller have revealed that they're playing Marvel characters Copycat and Weasel, respectively.
When you make a Super Bowl bet with Matt Damon, you'd better be ready for the consequences. In this case, those consequences indirectly include our first look at The Martian, Ridley Scott's next movie.
See, Damon's assistant lost their big game bet and now the Seattle Seahawks superfan has to sport a New England Patriots shirt everywhere for a year. And we mean everywhere: the first unofficial image from The Martian shows Damon and his assistant Colin wearing a Patriots tee in a Jordanian desert.
With just three weeks until Furious 7 hits on April 3rd, it's time to put the pedal to the metal.
We're doing just that thanks to four high-impact new clips from the film, including a knock-down, drag-out brawl between Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, a breakneck highway heist, and Kurt Russell masterfully making exposition look easy.
As if that weren't enough, we also have three featurettes going behind the scenes of Furious 7 to look at the new members of the Fast family, the bar-raising action sequences, and the poignant return to the old Toretto home.