If you were watching The Walking Dead last night, then you saw some TV spots for Chappie, next month's bit of original scifi from District 9 and Elysium director Neill Blomkamp.
If you missed the show, though, don't worry, because we've got three commercials for Chappie right here, along with the official one sheet.
At this point, the race for Best Picture at the Oscars this month is basically a knife-fight between Boyhood and Birdman.
Richard Linklater's drama sharpened its blade, virtually shutting out Birdman at the BAFTA Awards this weekend.
The first red band trailer for Straight Outta Compton has arrived online, heralding what looks like an incendiary, excitable chronicle of N.W.A.'s ascendance.
We're in the home stretch of another awards season, and just when it started to feel like Boyhood was a shoo-in for the biggest Oscar, Birdman has notched a major victory on its awards belt.
The Directors Guild of America bestowed its top honor on Birdman helmer Alejandro G. Iñárritu at the DGA Awards, making his surreal meta-trip the frontrunner to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards later this month.
After three weeks and many a broken record, American Sniper has slipped from its perch atop the box office chart.
Who had the huevos to knock the deadliest sniper in U.S. history from the number one spot? None other than SpongeBob SquarePants.
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water opened in first place this weekend, while long-delayed fantasy/scifi tales Jupiter Ascending and Seventh Son debuted to middling commercial results.
The Girl on Fire and Star-Lord are joining forces, and in outer space, no less.
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are both in talks to star in Passengers, the original scifi love story that's been wandering development hell for the better part of a decade.
Netflix is strapping on hover boots to see if it can run The Legend of Zelda over the video game adaptation chasm.
Neighbors is getting a sequel and it'll hit theaters next summer, Universal Pictures announced via walkie-talkie today.
Delta Psi Beta will return on May 13, 2016, a date the studio has long reserved for what was an unspecified R-rated comedy.
Step aside, Cumberbatch. Take a seat, Downey Jr.
There are two big Sherlocks in pop culture these days, thanks to the BBC Sherlock series and the blockbuster Sherlock Holmes actioners, but both are about to be outclassed by Ian McKellen's take on the character in Mr. Holmes.
The film, which follows an older, retired version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary detective, premieres at the Berlin International Film Festival today, so Roadside Attractions has dropped the first official clip and a UK poster featuring a dapper McKellen.
The final Hunger Games will be the first to sling arrows in 3D.