Hype-fu is usually an offensive discipline, but the head honcho at Marvel Studios is demonstrating the defensive possibilities of the form.
Addressing the possibility of a female-led Marvel movie, Kevin Feige kept his hype-fu game tight, saying, "I hope we do it sooner rather than later."
It's been a few years since Thanos made his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he's back.
And in Guardians of the Galaxy, he looks a little bit more like Josh Brolin than he did during the credits of The Avengers.
A pair of posters make it clear that Ben Affleck is the prime suspect in Gone Girl.
On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart employs razor-sharp wit and absurd humor to both amplify and also leaven serious political commentary.
With his directorial debut, Rosewater, Stewart leaves behind the comedy for a true story that sounds about as heavy as heavy gets.
Last week, The Expendables 3 leaked online and has since been torrented hundreds of thousands of times.
A final theatrical trailer reveals that The Expendables have a plan for dealing with any and all such situations: Kick down the door and start spraying bullets.
The Hateful Eight is Quentin Tarantino's next picture.
Mere days after QT himself reluctantly confirmed as much at Comic-Con, a very, very early teaser poster declares that his next western will indeed arrive next year.
Disney's teaser trailer for Into the Woods puts its best foot forward, introducing its remarkable ensemble cast and fairy tale trappings with panache.
And just to make sure we know how many talented people are in Into the Woods, the studio also dropped damn near a dozen pictures from the anticipated musical.
There are certain actors who make every project they work on better just by being a part of them. For my money, Jeff Fahey is one of those actors!
He first appeared on the screen in one of the greatest Westerns ever made, Silverado, and later appeared in such popular films as The Lawnmower Man, White Hunter, Planet Terror, and Machete. But he is probably best known for his role as helicopter pilot Frank Lapidus on the beloved TV series Lost. He’ll soon return to the Western genre with his upcoming mini-series Texas Rising. But first, Fahey stars in the new horror/thriller Beneath, which is currently available on VOD and opens in theaters on August 1st.
Beneath follows a crew of coal miners who become trapped 600 feet below ground after a disastrous collapse. As the air grows more toxic and time runs out, they slowly descend into madness and begin to turn on one another. Fahey plays George Marsh, the leader of the miners whose daughter (Kelly Noonan) is trapped with them in the collapse. The film is directed by Ben Ketai (30 Days of Night: Dark Days), and is inspired by true events. In addition to Fahey and Noonan, the movie also features Joey Kern (Cabin Fever), Mark L. Young (We’re the Millers), Eric Etebari (The Lincoln Lawyer), and Brent Briscoe (The Dark Knight Rises).
I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with the great Jeff Fahey about Beneath, Texas Rising, and the legacy of Silverado. The veteran actor discussed his new movie, talking to real miners, why he doesn’t always research a role, director Ben Ketai, choosing projects, why Silverado is one of the great all-time Westerns, filming Texas Rising, and what he is most proud of in his career.
Less than ten seconds into a new international trailer, Birdman went from a movie we here at IAR were pretty psyched about to one that we absolutely cannot wait to see.
Seriously, Birdman looks nuts. But in the very best way.
Will Alex Kurtzman be the director to finally a new take on The Mummy moving, kicking off a new age for the Universal Monsters?