A TV spot for Captain America: The Winter Soldier piles on action and seriousness, showing off plenty of new footage from the sequel while appearing to reveal a mega-spoiler.
A trio of clips from Need for Speed find Aaron Paul, Imogen Poots, and Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi partaking in high-velocity zigging, zagging, and barreling ahead.
Almost as importantly, however, one of these clips also belongs to Michael Keaton as the action-adventure's delightfully over the top Greek chorus.
Having declined to throw wild haymakers at glass-jawed aliens in Independence Day 2, Will Smith is angling to star in another science-fiction adventure, continuing an almost-uninterrupted dalliance in the genre.
Rather than sign up for another sequel, Smith has set his sights on Brilliance.
The much-anticipated return of Neptune's finest private detective contains a love triangle, but it's just a fact that no man can tame Veronica Mars.
If somebody were going to ride with the indomitable and endlessly resourceful sleuth, though, it would have to be reformed bad boy Logan Echolls.
One of two new images from the theatrical revival of the beloved TV show implicitly confirms this by pairing Kristen Bell and Jason Dohring, each posing in such a way as to express the fundamental differences that make their characters so, so compatible.
The newsman who makes all newsmen quake is treating the American moviegoer like he treats his lovers: he's not sending us home until we're satisfied and smiling.
Ron Burgundy is returning to theaters for just one precious week with an R-rated alternate cut of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, hitting theaters on February 28th.
Marvel Studios is salivating over a veritable buffet of directors for Doctor Strange, solidifying the impression that the Sorcerer Supreme will be a major player in Phase Three.
Today in news that will have you saying, "Wait, somebody's really remaking The Raid," the English-language The Raid remake has found a director.
Matthew McConaughey is riding a gravy train with biscuit wheels.
Lately the actor has been on an unparalleled roll, doing career-best work in seemingly every new performance. Just a few short years ago, McConaughey was synonymous with generic romantic comedies in which he played "The Matthew McConaughey Type" rather than real characters.
Now here we are, at a time when the dude everybody dismissed half a decade ago reveals new layers and depths on the regular. Thanks to his devastating and dramatically physical work as Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club, McConaughey is heavily favored to take home a Best Actor statuette at the 86th Academy Awards.
Even as rakes in accolades and awards for Dallas Buyers Club, he's turning in a riveting performance week-by-week on HBO's elegant and desolate True Detective, running with the opportunities for longer, more nuanced acting that cable television now provides. And that's on the heels not only of his Oscar-nominated role, but a vital appearance in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street and acclaimed work in Magic Mike and Killer Joe, just to name a few.
Next year, he ups his blockbuster game with Christopher Nolan's huge, ambitious, and mysterious Interstellar.
So here, at or near the pinnacle of McConaughey's success, well beyond the turning of the tide, we've rustled up our latest Rogue 10 compiling ten outstanding Matthew McConaughey performances that are above reproach, that stand the test of time, that are worth remembered, and that you just can't McConaughate.
Fog City takes a shellacking on the latest teaser poster for the Godzilla remake, a poster that also shows off a bit more of the iconic beast as he'll appear in this summer's big budget remake.