The first TV spot for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes added to the post-apocalyptic happenings on AMC's The Walking Dead last night.
A very effective teaser of a spot, this thirty-second commercial is ominous and foreboding as a narrator runs through the reasons that the apes will ultimately kick humanity's ass. The visuals, meanwhile, show Caesar back in action, leading his ape shock-troops into battle on horseback, carrying a rifle, and generally being a simian warlord.
A new poster for the prequel sequel reveals what may be Caesar's weak spot in the sequel, however.
America's favorite male strumpets are breaking out the baby oil and wiener pumps, preparing for their return in the Magic Mike sequel.
No official announcements have been made, but it's happening.
Mark Wahlberg spit all manner of hype at CinemaCon last week, but the latest Transformers: Age of Extinction poster finds his character, Cade Yaeger, fleeing his Rockwellian home in terror.
Let's not bury the lead: a Darren Aronofsky movie opened at the top of the box office this weekend.
Noah, an Old Testament epic from the auteur, provided Russell Crowe with the biggest debut of his career as a leading man, earning an estimated $44.0 million from 3,567 locations in North America.
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The second batch of unofficial photos from the Italian set of Avengers: Age of Ultron show Elizabeth Olsen in action as Scarlet Witch, a clear reference of what we think is an Ultron drone, and, most importantly, Jeremy Renner's new look as Hawkeye.
The very first image of Scarlett Johansson as the title character in Lucy has landed online.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been promising he'll be back for thirty years now.
Yet he's never really gone anywhere.
He's been an ever-present part of the part culture, but there's something fundamentally unknowable about this slab of Austrian oak. He's an exuberant mystery wrapped in a musclebound enigma. A movie star more than an actor, an icon with an accent and exclamatory delivery that can turn seemingly any line into a quotable cult classic.
Sabotage, hitting theaters nationwide today, March 28th, delves into the Schwarzeneggerian mystery. Inspired by the Agatha Christie tale Ten Little Indians, Sabotage stars Arnold as John "Breacher" Wharton, leader of an elite ten-person DEA task force that makes its biggest bust in a raid on a cartel compound, only to be embroiled in controversy when $10 million goes missing. As his squad is picked off one by one, Breacher must figure out who stole the money and who is wiping out his friends before it's too late.
In his review, The Dissolve's Matt Singer calls Sabotage Schwarzenegger's Unforgiven, the action star's late thematic opportunity "to wrestle with all the death he’s perpetrated onscreen, and to consider, once and for all in his twilight years, whether it was really worth it."
Schwarzenegger was thoughtful and characteristically buoyant at the press day for Sabotage, where IAR's Heather Newgen was able to speak with the action star about the current state of gunslinging cinema, as well as his place in it. The actor was happy to discuss his extensive preparation for the film, as well as just how unique Sabotage is in the canon of Schwarzeneggerian action.
The full trailer for The Purge: Anarchy promises that this one sequel that will dramatically improve on its predecessor.
Crucially, the sequel appears to actually show, you know, purging: state-sanctioned mayhem for one night a year.
A behind-the-scenes featurette offers up our most comprehensive look at Transcendence, the original scifi thriller starring Johnny Depp as a man who becomes a machine.
A batch of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 pictures represent something of an orgy of villainy.
Yet they only even show two-thirds of the costumed bad guys in this sequel, entirely omitting Electro, Jamie Foxx's dweeb-turned-electricity-god.