A pair of clips from Horrible Bosses 2 make it emphatically clear that the sequel is sticking to the playbook that worked for its predecessor.
They do by trotting out the surviving antagonists of the comedy hit, bringing Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Spacey to the sequel party, assuring audiences that, like fast food, Horrible Bosses 2 can be counted upon to deliver the comforts of the familiar.
As many teary-eyed moviegoers could attest back in the summer of 2010, Toy Story 3 really felt like the end of a story.
Since the animated sequel made more $1 billion worldwide, though, nobody really thought Toy Story 4 was off the table.
Turns out everybody was right, because Disney has scheduled the fourth Toy Story for a theatrical release on June 16, 2017, just about seven years to the day after we sobbingly said goodbye to Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang.
With word that he's officially a part of the phenomenal cast of Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, Channing Tatum's transformation is complete.
Just a few years ago, Tatum was dismissed as little more than a beefcake. Now he's got a major action-comedy franchise under his belt (21 Jump Street), plenty of awards season discussion (Foxcatcher), another movie based on his experiences as a male strumpet (Magic Mike XXL), and even his own card-slingin' X-Men spinoff (Gambit).
The very last domestic trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies definitely leans more on the Battle of Five Armies side of things than the Hobbit side of things.
Basically, Bilbo Baggins is lost in the epic shuffle as Peter Jackson pulls out all the stops on a climactic action extravaganza.
Terry Gilliam has found a leading man for his truly Quixotic The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
With Jack O'Connell set to star, audiences are in for what must be the handsomest Sancho Panza ever to grace the big screen.
If, that is, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote actually happens this time.
Lucasfilm has revealed a rare bit of official information about Star Wars: Episode VII.
It's not a story synopsis or an official still. No, it's something altogether more fundamental: the title.
The first sequel in the new trilogy kicking off next year is now called Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
"Hey, you like fairy tales?" the full theatrical trailer for Into the Woods asks conspiratorially.
"You like musicals and big movie stars too? I got your fairy tales, musical numbers, and huge movie stars right here," it declares before whipping out all those things in promotion of Disney's all-star fantasy sing-along.
Maybe its just the Rolling Stones and the self-destructive behavior, but the first full theatrical trailer for The Gambler has a serious Scorsese vibe.
Okay, so Christian Bale decided he just isn't the man to play Steve Jobs in the A-list biography Sony is cooking up.
That leaves director Danny Boyle and the studio in the lurch, looking for an appropriately great, high profile actor to star as the late Apple co-founder.
It sounds like they might be going from Batman to Magneto: Michael Fassbender is reportedly "being eyed" to play Jobs in the as-yet untitled biopic.
The Hunger Games may be kaput after the Quarter Quell, but that doesn't mean Katniss and Peeta aren't still propaganda pawns.
A new clip from this month's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I has Katniss Everdeen discovering that Peeta Mellark is still alive. Unfortunately, she finds out in unpleasant fashion, as the baker's boy is now a puppet of President Snow.