The first teaser trailer for The Gambler remake knows just what it's doing.
First off, it keeps things snappy, clocking in at just over one minute. Secondly, it keeps things salty, going red band so as to allow John Goodman to say repeatedly say "Fuck you" with relish. And finally, it keeps things high-impact, eschewing story or detail in favor of real punchiness.
Disney has unveiled the first official look at Johnny Depp as the Big Bad Wolf in the all-star fairy tale musical Into the Woods.
He looks almost exactly how you'd expect, sporting a furry zoot suit, weirdly restrained makeup, and even a fedora with holes for his pointy wolf ears.
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The first teaser trailer for next summer's Avengers: Age of Ultron is set to debut during next week's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Six new stills demonstrate how unnervingly effective Steve Carell is in Foxcatcher, even when you can't hear his strange speech patterns.
Bennett Miller's acclaimed drama has is already an awards season favorite on the festival circuit, and no single element of Foxcatcher has received more praise or attention than Carell, who abandons his familiar comedic persona, instead playing an unknowable nightmare of a man.
Fear not, James Wan is coming back to the horror genre.
After dabbling in automotive action with next year's Fast & Furious 7, the director is returning to oversee a sequel to his 2013 hit The Conjuring.
If you want to watch all six minutes of the latest Pixar short film Party Central on your iPhone or iPad, then Disney Movies Anywhere has a deal for you.
The star of the eagerly anticipated Daredevil Netflix series says that the show is "darker than anything I've ever seen Marvel do before."
Panem may be a dystopian nightmare that's about the explode in a vicious, all-out war, but at least the music is good, right?
Lionsgate has unleashed a spine-tingling new TV spot for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I, coinciding with the the unveiling of the full soundtrack listing for the penultimate Suzanne Collins adaptation.
The writer-director is wasting no time snapping to work on his next film, tackling Suicide Squad, a DC Comics adaptation.
Billy Boyd isn't appearing in any of the three Hobbit movies, but his voice is very much a part of the final installment.
The actor, who played Pippin Took in The Lord of the Rings, is recording a song to be featured in the end credits of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.