Once upon a time, The Wolverine was envisioned as a standalone adventure in which Logan was the only mutant to make an appearance.
That was a while back, however, and we've already heard about one familiar mutant who will show up when The Wolverine hits theaters on July 26th. Not only that, but a new rumor asserts that audiences will be treated to a cameo from another familiar franchise veteran in this ostensibly solo adventure.
Skip to the end: our first look at footage from the conclusion to the unofficial Cornetto Trilogy, The World's End, has arrived. And it is a blast.
In Jack Reacher, out today on Blu-ray and DVD, the title character is a drifter, a loner concerned only with justice.
As played by Tom Cruise, the hero of no fewer than seventeen bestselling Lee Child novels pummels his way across the screen, stopping at nothing until his hand is around the bad guy's throat. Reacher's not the kind of guy who is terribly concerned about the kind of car he's seen driving in.
Yet in the story, he ends up behind the wheel of an automotive dream: a red 1971 Chevelle Super Sport, as prime a cut of American muscle car meat as has ever hit the highway.
Now, thanks to the Reach for Reacher Contest, a group of fans are each attempting to win their own Reacher-style Chevelle through sheer determination, desire, and tenacity.
Your daily fix of Man of Steel-related news nuggets has arrived.
Today, we've bundled a visual and an aural treat. Warner Bros. has issued a new banner that should start showing up at local multiplexes and on the sides of buses in no time. In addition, the entirety of a familiar cue from Hans Zimmer's score for the Superman reboot has landed online, giving a good sense of what we can expect from the music of Man of Steel.
As promised, Summit Entertainment has unveiled the first teaser trailer for Ender's Game, the long awaited adaptation of the dearly loved novel by Orson Scott Card.
After Earth is a two-hander between father-son team Will Smith and Jaden Smith, but there are, in fact, other actors in the film.
And two new stills show off Zoe Kravitz and Sophie Okonedo, two of those other actors featured in After Earth images for the first time. Don't worry, though, these two images aren't entirely Smithless.
Everybody loves a buddy cop movie, and the new international poster for R.I.P.D. makes it clear that the July 20th release is a buddy cop movie that pairs Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, hopefully to amusing and endearing effect.
The strange guns they're wielding are an indication that R.I.P.D. isn't just a buddy cop movie. So is the four-armed man on a ledge, the levitating police cruiser, and the huge weather whirlwind looking ominous behind our heroes.
Hey look, it's a new image from Pacific Rim, and this one contains neither a Jaeger nor a Kaiju.
It was seven years between Alexander Payne's last two features, Sideways and The Descendants.
So imagine how excited we are to present visual evidence that his upcoming film Nebraska is indeed a movie that will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this month before going on to domestic release on November 22nd.