If, like everyone around IAR HQ, you were psyched about Joaquin Phoenix joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, then today brings some bad news.
After months of talks, Phoenix has opted against starring in Doctor Strange.
This year is the first in a decade without a new release from Pixar Animation Studios.
Disney has released the first teaser trailer for next year's Inside Out, however, and this glimpse at Pixar's next suggests it'll be worth the wait.
As the title character in Mortdecai, Johnny Depp sports a little mustache that is restrained by Depp's usual standards of makeup affectation.
A quartet of character posters apply Mortdecai's signature lip-ferret to the faces of Depp and supporting players Gwyneth Paltrow, Olivia Munn, and Ewan McGregor, all of whom wear the upturned facial hair strikingly.
The first two pictures from American Sniper reveal Bradley Cooper as the deadliest assassin in U.S. military history.
If that was a toe-dipping, then Netflix just cannonballed into the deep end: Adam Sandler has signed a deal to make four – four! – feature films just for Netflix.
A decade after he became a symbol of tabloid overexposure, Ben Affleck is once again everywhere, but this time, everybody's happy to see him.
He stars in this Friday's Gone Girl, two new clips from which showcase his performance,
He's currently shooting Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and before he starts on his next directorial project, Live By Night, he'll apparently star as an assassin in The Accountant.
The latest trailer for Horrible Bosses 2 opens with a novel new setup, one that suggests the sequel will zig where its predecessor zagged.
By the end of these two and a half minutes, though, it's pretty clear that Horrible Bosses 2 is sticking pretty closely to the sequel playbook, going bigger but keeping most things fundamentally the same.
Strap in, ladies and gentlemen, because the Interstellar hype-rocket is lifting off.
With the release date just over a month away, Christopher Nolan's science fiction adventure has a new trailer, one that promptly heads into space, following Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway where no man has gone before.
So some random person playing Angry Birds just whipped the phenomenally popular game's billionth bird into a bunch of pigs.
To celebrate, Sony Pictures and Rovio unveiled the cast of phenomenally funny actors lending their voices to the Angry Birds feature film, along with the first picture from the film, introducing the three main birds (who are, presumably, angry).
The latest theatrical trailer for December's Exodus: Gods and Kings goes big.