20th Century Fox has released one last theatrical trailer for next month's Exodus: Gods & Kings, along with four TV spots.
A new TV spot declares "When the games are over...the battle begins."
Well, in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I, the games are indeed over, and Panem stands on the brink of all-out war, the devastation of which is glimpsed in the spot.
Just because the games are over doesn't mean that Katniss Everdeen isn't joined by a bunch of colorful new characters, though, and a brad new clip from the sequel introduces Katniss's documentary crew led by Cressida.
It's been seven long years since America last saw Jason Bourne pummeling the living shit out of anyone stupid enough to get in his way.
That's about to change, with Matt Damon returning to his signature action franchise role after years in which such a thing seemed impossible.
For weeks now, Oscar nominee/ridiculously attractive human Margot Robbie has been this close to signing up for Suicide Squad, the first DC Cinematic Universe movie following Batman v Superman.
All that time, we've had no clue who Robbie would actually do in Suicide Squad, but now we know Warner Bros. is angling for Robbie to play one of the popular characters in DC's stable: Harley Quinn.
Opening in select theaters on November 7th is the new biopic The Theory of Everything, which is based on the life of Stephen Hawking and is already earning early Oscar buzz.
The new film takes a look at the relationship between the famous physicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) and his wife Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). Redmayne is best known for his work on My Week with Marilyn and Les Miserables, while Jones has appeared in such projects as Breathe In, The Invisible Woman, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The Theory of Everything was directed by James Marsh (Shadow Dancer), and written by Anthony McCarten (Death of a Superhero).
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, along with a few other members of the press, to talk about their work on The Theory of Everything. The two talented young actors discussed their new film, why it’s not your standard biopic, what they found refreshing about the script, the advantages of shooting out of sequence, and the project’s Oscar-buzz.
With Ben Affleck playing Batman for the foreseeable future, Warner Bros. clearly doesn't mind controversy in casting the biggest roles in its nascent DC Cinematic Universe.
"Controversy" is likely to be too safe a word for the online reaction if Jared Leto actually ends up playing the Joker in Suicide Squad.
Two big-budget science fiction adventures duked it out for the top spot at the box office this weekend.
Disney's Big Hero 6 emerged victorious, pinning the "Number One Movie in America" ribbon to its lapel, while Christopher Nolan's anticipated Interstellar lived up to expectations but had to settle for that silver ribbon.
Right now, all eyes are on Avengers: Age of Ultron, but next year also sees the big screen debut of a new Marvel hero, Ant-Man.
While Ultron himself is robotic and proudly "batshit crazy," Ant-Man's antagonist also appears to have some fierce bad guy bona-fides.
A photo of the high-tech Yellowjacket costume sported by Corey Stoll as the villain in Ant-Man has leaked online, giving us a first look at the slick style of Marvel's other 2015 heavy.
Birdman stars Michael Keaton, most famous for playing Batman, as Riggan Thomson, an actor most famous for playing fictitious superhero Birdman.
The latest bit of promotion from Fox Searchlight is a mock trailer for Birdman Returns, a 1992 blockbuster sequel that's an obvious stand-in for Batman Returns.
Faux trailer shenanigans are for dessert, though. First, we've got a featurette examining the methods used to make Alejandro G. Inarritu's acclaimed mindfuck appear to play out as one feature-length, uninterrupted take.
In a lot of ways, post-apocalyptic stories are thematic heirs to westerns.
With its stripped-down story, hard-as-nails characters, and grizzled-like-a-bear aesthetic, Man Down sounds like it might just rejigger some classic western elements in a world-gone-mad setting.