A new theatrical trailer for June's How to Train Your Dragon 2 is here to get your hopes up that the sequel will live up to its predecessor.
It's not uncommon for a director to make movies about his or her hometown.
Usually, however, these cinematic love letters to home aren't animated musicals about anthropomorphized macaws.
Believe it or not, this Friday's Rio 2 represents an unconventional example of a filmmaker's essay about his hometown.
Carlos Saldanha, who also directed the original Rio, was born in the titular city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
20th Century Fox is hoping Matt Damon will agree to get gerried on the Red Planet in The Martian.
In order to lure the star, however, the studio needs to find a director, and one with the chops to lure Damon aboard the feature adaptation of the novel by Andy Weir.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 promotional frenzy continues unabated.
Sony Pictures has unveiled a new international trailer, an action-packed TV spot promising "Everything changes," and a stylized IMAX poster playing up the thrill of webslinging on a jumbo-sized screen.
The first clip from 22 Jump Street gives both Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum the opportunity to be funny in very different ways.
Just as important, the clip reveals that Peter Stormare, an IAR-favorite character actor, plays a gangster in the sequel.
If you're on the fence about this summer's prequel-sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, some new images reveal something that should have you camped out, starting a line for the July 11th release.
It's simple yet undeniable: A chimpanzee with a shotgun.
Officially confirming the rumor that Captain America 3 is the mystery movie long for set for May 6, 2016, Marvel Studios has drawn a line in the sand.
Except that Warner Bros. is already on the same side of that line, having scheduled Batman vs. Superman for the very same day.
Visually, you can only really tell the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles apart thanks to each turtle's signature color and weapon.
Luckily, that's pretty much all that these teaser posters show, with each of heroes in a half shell clutching their instrument of violence, from Leonardo's sword to Michelangelo's nunchucks to Leonardo's staff to Raphael's sais.
A pair of red band trailers for next month's Neighbors demonstrate just how unhinged this comedy is by pitting Seth Rogen against Zac Efron in a brutal, Bourne-stlye no-holds-barred smackdown in which both combatants use floppy sex toys as weapons.
The movie is rated R on account of "Pervasive language, strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use throughout."
These trailers – one domestic and one international – provide little samples of pretty much all those qualities.
When it emerged that Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were in talks to direct Ghostbusters 3 last month, even those of us who think Ghostbusters 3 is a terrible were forced to admit that the duo would probably make a pretty great Ghostbusters.
After all, Lord and Miller specialize in turning seemingly terrible ideas into wonderful movies, from The Lego Movie to 21 Jump Street to Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
Alas, they won't be bringing their golden touch to a Ghostbusters sequel/reboot, as Lord and Miller are no longer in talks with Sony on this one.