Sony Pictures has unveiled a new clip and poster promoting this month's Sex Tape.
Both the clip and the new one sheet highlight the comedy's central duo, Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel.
The first official images from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice showed off Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.
The second totally legit look at the big DC dust-up shows Henry Cavill in his redesigned costume as the Man of Tomorrow on the other side of the "v" in the title.
Did you spend much of your childhood freewheeling along with an imaginary friend who looked suspiciously like Bill Murray and introduced you to physical labor, alcohol, and even a few ladies of the night?
If so, then St. Vincent is just for you.
The cops in Basin City may be crooked and quick to violence, but it's the ladies of Old Town that will really mete out frontier justice.
Two of the deadliest women in Old Town, Miho and Gail, get their due in two new images from Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Strange as it might sound, Channing Tatum will almost certainly be a major player in next year's awards race.
Sony Pictures Classics is making that abundantly clear with the new teaser trailer and poster for Foxcatcher, underlining the revelatory intensity of his performance in Bennett Miller's hugely acclaimed drama.
Guardians of the Galaxy doesn't cruise into theaters for another month, but today we've got a whole mess of goodies related to the spacefaring adventure from Marvel Studios.
What goodies? How about the great Zoe Saldana talking about the lure of science fiction? How about the cover art and a full listing of the songs on the soundtrack? How about three new character posters featuring Saldana as Gamora, along with Rocket and Groot (voiced by Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel)?
Two very different sequels are showing signs of life.
Disney has tasked a pair of writers with getting Enchanted 2 into singing shape, while Paramount and Hasbro have found someone to get cracking on a script for G.I. Joe 3.
In a vast and indifferent universe, the first teaser trailer for Horrible Bosses 2 is some small comfort.
A new featurette goes behind the scenes to examine the idea and execution of Boyhood.
The idea is quietly epic, simultaneously intimate and sprawling.
Writer-director Richard Linklater filmed the movie one little bit at a time with the same cast over twelve years, allowing audiences track the progression of a single family over more than a decade without recasting, prosthetics, or gimmickry.
Ridley Scott is certainly no stranger to epics, but his next movie takes on an epic of epic epicness.
Exodus: Gods and Kings retells the Old Testament tale of Moses, the man who led his people out of bondage in Egypt roundabouts three thousand years back.
A bumper crop of five new official images from Exodus show off Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as Rhamses II, along with supporting players Ben Kingsley, Aaron Paul, and Sigourney Weaver.