You may have forgotten that there's a Fantastic Four movie scheduled to hit theaters on August 7, 2015.
It might have slipped your mind because 20th Century Fox has yet to reveal an official trailer, photo, synopsis, or anything, even though the Fantastic Four reboot wrapped up principal photography more than two months ago.
According to producer and co-writer Simon Kinberg, Fox is taking great care in reintroducing The Fantastic Four, and that's precisely why it might be awhile before we see a substantial look at the movie.
The last time Arnold Schwarzenegger actually played a Terminator, he was pushing 60, but 2003's T3: Rise of the Machines still managed to keep the T-800's aging on this side of disbelief.
In next summer's Terminator: Genisys, however, audiences will be looking at a robot played by a 67-year-old actor.
Arnold's still in good shape for an almost-septuagenarian, but no amount of pumping can disguise that Schwarzenegger has more miles on him now than he did in 1984 or 1981.
Jason Momoa said he "doesn't even want to be quoted on this shit," but when the actor playing Aquaman in multiple DC Comics movies finally confirms that he's starring in Aquaman and Justice League, quotations are inevitable.
At the Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta over the weekend, Momoa commented for the first time on his casting as Arthur Curry, discussing in some detail the status of his various DC movies as the King of Atlantis.
In 2016, the filmmakers behind The Little Mermaid and Aladdin are returning to the seas for another oceanic adventure.
Walt Disney Animations Studios just announced Moana, a sweeping tale following an indomitable young woman on a quest across the South Pacific.
To give a sense of the story's scope and style, Disney also unveiled a first look at beautiful concept art showing the title character on her epic maritime journey.
Between Black Widow and Lucy, Scarlett Johansson has proven that she can credibly and profitably kick all manner of ass as an action hero.
Will she once again sexily and lethally wield a pistol, this time for Ghost in the Shell?
The first poster for Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea is a double whammy, guaranteed to scare the living hell out of anybody grappling with thalassophobia and/or cetaphobia.
So if you have a powerful fear of large bodies of water or whales, stay the hell away from the teaser for this true story of nautical terror.
The idea of sharing a cramped, dirty space with Brad Pitt brought men to movie theaters across North America in force this weekend, making Fury the number one movie at the domestic box office.
When Warner Bros. revealed Ezra Miller will play the Scarlet Speedster in a bunch of future DC movies, the studio showed that it has been able to maintain some big casting secrets on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Well, an extra may have let the cat out of the bag on another huge bit of DC casting, revealing that the Boy Wonder is in for a gender switch in Zack Snyder's set-up for two Justice League movies and a constellation of DC solo adventures.
According to this extra, Robin is in Batman v Superman, and the Caped Crusader's sidekick is played by Jena Malone.
The great Adam McKay is reminding us, though, explaining how he and Paul Rudd rewrote the screenplay, adding "a giant action sequence" and making Ant-Man "a little more aggressive."
You've got to admire the first poster for Big Eyes.
The movie stars awards season favorites Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, yet they occupy less than a quarter of the poster. It's the opposite of "floating head" posters on which the stars faces are the most important element.