If you've got a minute and a half, as well a love for high concept comedy and bared breasts, then we've got a red band Hot Tub Time Machine 2 trailer just for you.
X-Men: Apocalypse, a sequel to X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past, is also a prequel to X-Men.
With the timeline reset by Wolverine's time travel shenanigans, the prequel/sequel is reintroducing younger versions of familiar mutants Jean Grey, Storm, and Cyclops.
After a long search, director Bryan Singer has announced that Sophie Turner, Alexandra Shipp, and Tye Sheridan will take over the roles.
By the Omnipotent Oshtur!
Oscar-nominee and all-around excellent actor Chiwetel Ejiofor is reportedly in talks to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a major role in next year's Doctor Strange.
After years and years of being Martin Scorsese's "next movie," Silence is finally Martin Scorsese's next movie.
The legendary filmatist's longtime passion project starts shooting in Taiwan this month, with Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield, and Adam Driver set to star.
Attention, young actors: If you want to play a famous DC superhero on television, the trick is to be on Glee first.
Grant Gustin made the jump from the musical series to The Flash, now Melissa Benoist is going from Glee to Supergirl.
The actress has landed the coveted role on the CBS drama Supergirl, the latest series from Arrow and Flash creator Greg Berlanti.
Drive-ins may be long, long gone, but a drive-in staple is coming back all over again.
B-movie classic The Blob is getting remade for the second time, and Simon West is on board to direct the return of the gelatinous nightmare.
Jennifer Lopez recently realized she has a certain unexpected connection to her new movie, The Boy Next Door.
"Actually my first boyfriend was the boy next door when I was like thirteen or fourteen years old. Yeah, it was the summer I turned fourteen. He was cute," she said with a laugh at the Los Angeles press day for the film. "Cute enough, I guess, at the time."
Lopez's romance with a neighbor turned out less dramatically for her than it does for Claire Peterson, her character in The Boy Next Door.
In this psychological thriller, Claire is a high school classics teacher freshly separated from her philandering husband (John Corbett, Sex and the City). She strikes up a flirtatious friendship with Noah (Ryan Guzman, Step Up All In), her charismatic nineteen-year old neighbor, and before long, the two share a momentary indiscretion on a dark and stormy night.
Claire, who immediately regrets it, never imagines that their one night stand will lead Noah into a full-blown obsession. Before long, he's threatening Claire at home and school, using her son teenage Kevin (Ian Nelson, The Best of Me) as a pawn, and escalating his dangerous fixation until Claire's life is no longer her own.
The film, which opens in theaters nationwide this Friday, January 23rd, is directed by Rob Cohen, the director who kicked off The Fast and the Furious mega-franchise.
IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick was on hand at the press day to discuss The Boy Next Door with star Jennifer Lopez. The multi-hyphenate star of screen, television, and music enthusiastically discussed the appeal of the project, making a lower-budget thriller, acting and producing, the camaraderie among the cast, the discomfort of shooting sex scenes, creating a crowdpleasing experience, and what the future holds for her.
Just as Scotty has been called upon to save the USS Enterprise so, so many times before, Simon Pegg is now belowdecks making sure Star Trek 3 boldly goes to theaters in July 2016.
Pegg, who plays Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott in the rebooted Trek franchise, is co-writing the next sequel with Doug Jung.
Some Fifty Shades of Grey goodies (an extended TV spot and two pictures) have arrived.
And not a moment too soon, since fans of the book are going to need a soothing salve upon learning of a book-to-movie omission that stings like a spanking.