A bumper crop of crispy clips from next week's 300 sequel have an aroma of action, a pleasing jolt of Eva Green, and an aftertaste of speed-ramping naval warfare.
Mireille Enos sums up Sabotage's whole attitude at the end of a splattery new red band clip in which she triumphantly declares, "Good fucking gunfight. Goddamn!"
Between that clip and an international trailer, Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest appears to be aiming for a few world records like Most Rounds Expended in a Single Trailer and Manliest Movie Ever.
A months-long break in principal photography on Fast & Furious 7 will end imminently, as Universal Pictures is taking the automotive sequel back on the road in just over a month.
With just over a month until The Raid 2 hits Stateside theaters, you may be in need of a reminder of the cinematic pummeling that's just around the corner.
A bumper crop of eight crispy official images from the action sequel do just that, showing off ass-kickings that involve fists, guns, machetes, bludgeons, and even an especially mean-looking curved blade.
Luke Bracey has some Keanu Reeves-sized shoes to fill.
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.
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.
Unlike every other bit of promotion we've seen from the sequel, the new official poster for The Raid 2 doesn't ruthlessly pummel the audience with devastating blows to the face.
Reboots aren't just for the Batmen and Spider-Men of the world.
Reboots are also for video game properties that didn't quite nail the landing in transitioning from the controller to the cinema screen.
Agent 47 is an example, as the new film attempts to capture the cold-blooded coolness of the bald, barcode-sporting killing machine previously played by Timothy Olyphant in 2007's Hitman.
A pair of featurettes go behind the scenes of Need for Speed to show that the upcoming video game adaptation is an automotive orgy, a mega-chase of a movie that is all about souped-up supercars and breakneck velocity.