Our latest peek behind the curtain of X-Men: Days of Future Past provides a look at two generations of X-Men side by side and in a familiar setting, no less.
If you had any doubts that all the major players in next month's apocalyptic comedy This Is the End had an excellent time making the movie, a new behind the scenes featurette should easily erase any of those doubts.
Also, if you've ever wanted to see an out-of-control Michael Cera grope Rihanna and get slapped across the face for it, then this video will take care of that.
"Look at all my shit," says a cornrowed James Franco. "All this shit! I got shurikens, I got blue Kool-Aid, I got Oz the Great and Powerful, I got Spring Breakers"
"I got the first trailer for As I Lay Dying, which I directed, wrote and star in. This is my American dream. Look at all my shit."
What, according to the latest one sheet for this summer's Red 2, do the best never do?
Hint: it rhymes with "best."
Over four live-action movies now, we've seen Spider-Man rescuing New Yorkers in many different modes of transportation, from elevated train commuters to pedestrians.
A new crop of unofficial images from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 show that Andrew Garfield's Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man will expand his repertoire in the sequel, putting his back up to a city bus to save at least two people. Oh, and Paul Giamatti's Aleksei Sytsevich isn't sporting Rhino armor in these pictures, but he is armed with a very large weapon and a stunning tracksuit.
The latest TV spot for Man of Steel ladles on the messianic imagery even harder than its predecessors, but gives Russell Crowe a break from gravitas duty.
It's a stunner nonetheless, and its accompanied by yet another poster, one that should go at least a little way towards making you believe a man can fly.
Pop quiz, hotshot. What's better than seven seconds of first look footage from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the upcoming ABC series that will take the phenomenally successful Marvel Studios universe to network televsion?
The answer is, of course, thirty-seconds of footage from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
And that's exactly what we have for you today, by way of a TV spot.
Let's get this out of the way: This constitutes SPOILERS for anyone who has yet to see Iron Man 3. So if you're still holding off on seeing the latest Marvel Studios release – all of the latest Marvel Studios release – then bookmark this and return once you've thrilled to the third Iron Man solo adventure.
Of all the headlining superheroes in last summer's The Avengers, the one who made the biggest impression was smashing, brawling Hulk and his human alter ego, the always-angry Dr. Bruce Banner, played by Oscar-nominated actor Mark Ruffalo. While Phase Two in the Marvel Studios master plan includes sequels for Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America, everyone's favorite green rage monster has a less obvious onscreen future.
In an exclusive discussion with IAR, Mark Ruffalo himself has offered some insight on what's in store for Bruce Banner and his other, more destructive half.
Paul Giamatti yelling makes any and every movie that much better, and based on today's big haul of images featuring Giamatti and Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to be greatly augmented by some world class Giamatti yelling.
Plus, he's doing the yelling whilst wearing a track suit and covered in some very intimidating tattoos. These elements of his character's appearance are on display in the first official look at Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich, also known as The Rhino. In addition to that officially official peek, a bunch of unofficial set photos show off Rhino and Spidey in an automotive action sequence.
After breaking out with the second-biggest opening weekend in domestic box office history, Iron Man 3 predictably hovered above the competition in first place this weekend.
But while The Great Gatsby couldn't knock Marvel's big dog off its pedestal, the 3D take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece nonetheless made a big commercial impression in second place with a more robust debut than expected.