The concept of The Interview is audacious enough that the green band version of the trailer still plays like gangbusters.
Vin Diesel has given a heads up that a trailer for next year's Fast & Furious 7 is on the way.
And he unveiled two new images from the sequel, one highlighting his own biceps and the other pairing Dom and Brian, reminding everybody just how emotionally loaded this next quarter-mile is going to be.
The music is one of many reasons to be excited for next month's Gone Girl.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross won an Academy Award for their first film score, providing unimpeachable accompaniment to The Social Network. David Fincher enlisted the duo again for the chilly, ragged-edged The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Now Reznor and Ross are sonically undercutting American notions of marriage with their Gone Girl soundtrack. One track from the score has made its way online, providing a first listen to their latest collaboration. The full soundtrack listing has also arrived, along with a sharp TV spot that makes it clear Gone Girl's visuals won't be overpowered by its music.
It must really grind William Shatner's gears that Leonard Nimoy has appeared in not one but two – two! – Star Trek reboot movies that contain zero Shatner.
The actor has made plenty of noise about being shut out of the hipper, faster blockbuster adventures of the U.S.S Enterprise, but 2016's Star Trek 3 will reportedly give the Shat one last chance to appear alongside Nimoy, bringing together the original Kirk and Spock for the first time in more than twenty years.
Liam Neeson is snapping necks, squeezing off rounds, and apparently even using a defibrillator on henchmen one last time in Taken 3.
The big twist in this second sequel? No one actually gets taken.
Colin Firth is so impeccably, smoothly British that even as a one man wrecking machine, he beats the living hell out of people specifically to teach them better manners.
The irony of Firth as an action hero appears to be the engine of Kingsman: The Secret Service.
20th Century Fox has unveiled a confident theatrical trailer crammed with stylish Matthew Vaughn flourishes, slick rapidfire and slo-mo action beats, lots of 007 riffage, and even Samuel L. Jackson chewing scenery like Laffy Taffy.
Plans for X-Men: Apocalypse have been afoot since long before X-Men: Days of Future Past hit.
All along, it's been pretty clear that Bryan Singer would direct the sequel, but a whiff of scandal and general quiet had some fans thinking that perhaps a different director would wrangle mutants next time.
For years, Ryan Reynolds has been trying to get a Deadpool movie made that would do justice to Marvel's Merc With a Mouth.
Just last week, 20th Century Fox suddenly announced that, after years of toil, Reynolds's dream is finally coming to fruition: the studio is set to release Deadpool in theaters on February 12, 2016.
According to a rumor, though, Fox's willingness to pull the trigger on Deadpool is a result of the filmmakers compromising on the long-held devotion to an R-rating.
The new Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie has lost its Zordon.
On the original children's TV show, Zordon was a giant head floating in a tube who oversaw the Rangers' adventures and basically acted as their inexplicably tube-bound Professor X.
Roberto Orci was filling that role creatively, but the prolific producer/screenwriter has walked away from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, leaving the reboot with an empty tube where the head of its executive producer used to float.
The excellent red band trailer for The Interview has a lot on its mind, from toxic celebrity culture to covert assassination, American imperialism, smelly dicks, nuclear annihilation, bestiality, and fitting a cumbersome object up a butt.
As if it weren't clear enough already, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's second movie as directors is going to be even crazier than their first, last year's This Is the End.