The first images from Tim Burton's upcoming Big Eyes have made their way online, showcasing awards season darlings Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.
If Ghostbusters 3 is going to make the jump from hypothetical movie/Quixotic vision in Dan Aykroyd's head to actual movie, Sony is going to have to find someone to direct the thing.
What if that someone is Paul Feig?
And what if the next generation of supernatural eliminators in Feig-directed Ghostbusters sequel were, in fact, women?
We were all Groot this weekend.
Guardians of the Galaxy proved the potency of the Marvel Studios brand, launching a new franchise and setting the record for the biggest August opening in box office history.
Alternate headline: A James Gunn movie is the number one film in America, earning an estimated $94.0 million from 4,080 theaters in the U.S. and Canada.
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.