Hey Spider-fans, an official picture from next year's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is here to show Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon prior to becoming the villainous Electro.
Not only that, but this picture is accompanied by two images that we've seen before, but only in cruddy low-resolution scans and whatnot. With the new versions, you get much better looks at Andrew Garfield and Dane DeHaan as Peter Parker and Harry Osborn, as well as Peter's cluttered bedroom.
Preacher, writer Garth Ennis and penciler Steve Dillon's jet-black ultra-violent religious odyssey, is destined for adaptation. It's too great – too strange, too audacious, too singular – not to jump from comic books to another medium. And that medium might just be television, as cable network AMC has reportedly ordered a Preacher pilot.
The God of Thunder surprised absolutely no one by repeating his first place performance at the domestic box office. The surprise here was not Thor: The Dark World, but The Best Man Holiday, a sequel that surpassed every expectation.
The first clip from David O. Russell's American Hustle finds national treasure Jennifer Lawrence swearing like a sailor, blowing up a microwave, railing on the evils of the domestic appliance, and righteously haranguing Christian Bale.
All of which is to say that this clip from American Hustle is pretty great.
"Don't let the pants wear you," says Justin Bieber in the first trailer for the documentary Justin Bieber's Believe. "Wear the pants."
Just as its central monster lays low for twenty-two years at a stretch, the Jeepers Creepers movies have been dormant for a while. A decade, to be exact.
According to no less a source than writer-director Victor Salva, though, the Creeper could very well fly again soon, with renewed interest in Jeepers Creepers 3.
Nick Frost has proven beyond a doubt that he's really, really funny. So our hopes are high for Frost's first film as a leading man.
The inaugural trailer for Cuban Fury suggests that Frost acquits himself nicely, squaring off against Chris O'Dowd in a battle for the affections of Rashida Jones.
Britt Robertson’s star is definitely on the rise in Hollywood.
Best known for small roles in Dan in Real Life, Mother and Child, and Scream 4, the actress is currently shooting Tomorrowland co-starring George Clooney (The Descendants), and directed by Brad Bird (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol). The film was written by Damon Lindelof (Prometheus) and is based on futuristic land found at various Disney theme parks. But first she can be seen opposite Vince Vaughn (The Internship) in the new comedy Delivery Man, which opens in theaters on November 22nd.
Delivery Man is based on the French-Canadian hit movie Starbuck, which was written and directed by Ken Scott, who also got to write and direct the remake. The film revolves around an affable underachiever named David (Vaughn) who finds out he's fathered 533 children through anonymous donations to a fertility clinic 20 years ago. Now he must decide whether or not to come forward when 142 of them file a lawsuit to reveal his identity. Robertson plays Kristen, one of David’s daughters that he tries to help when her boyfriend breaks up with her and she overdoses from drugs. In addition to Robertson and Vaughn, the film also stars Chris Pratt (Zero Dark Thirty), Cobie Smulders (Safe Haven), and Bobby Moynihan (TV’s Saturday Night Live).
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Britt Robertson about her work on Delivery Man, as well as the upcoming Tomorrowland. The talented young actress discussed her new film, the French-Canadian movie it is based on, writer/director Ken Scott, working with Vince Vaughn, her character, filming Tomorrowland, Brad Bird, George Clooney’s pranks, and what she can say about her role.
One week from now, you'll be able to enjoy the whole meal that is The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but for now, you're going to have to stick with bite sized samplings that only serve to whet your appetite rather than put it to bed.
The latest little treats from Catching Fire: two quick clips focusing on Effie Trinket and Beetee, as well as a TV spot that teases some wild Quarter Quell action.
You can't build anything with them, but a new one sheet and half a dozen character posters for The Lego Movie are still charming representations the Danish building blocks.
Plus, you won't be accidentally stepping on any of these posters, avoiding the most excruciatingly painful physical experience known to man: when the tender flesh of a bare foot meets the unyielding plastic corners of a Lego.