Three odd and revealing videos promoting The Amazing Spider-Man 2 don't just overshare on footage and details.
Thanks in no small part of the presence of Stan Lee, they're also pretty fun.
Like the nation he so strappingly represents, Captain America doesn't hesitate to leap headlong into danger, knocking the lights out of anyone unfortunate to stand in his way.
That's just what Cap does in an extended clip from next month's Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The latest clip from The Grand Budapest Hotel illustrates that Gustave H, played by Ralph Fiennes, is so dauntlessly hospitable that he even ingratiates himself with hardened criminals in a Hungarian prison.
And a bumper crop of images from Wes Anderson's next highlight members of his unofficial acting troupe Jeff Goldblum, Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, along with new inductees Fiennes, Tony Revolori, and Saoirse Ronan.
In just one month, Neptune's finest private detective returns after a seven-year absence.
As tickets for Veronica Mars go on sale, the revival made possible by Kickstarter has dropped a whole bunch of promotional delights. These include a clip bringing back that sweet, sweet Mars father-daughter banter to details on WB-funded reshoots to a magazine cover featuring Kristen Bell and Jason Dohring in fine form as Veronica and Logan.
Are you not entertained?
Is this not why you are here? To see the first clip from Pompeii, pits Kit Harington and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje against a horde of anonymous soon-to-be-corpses in a gladiatorial ring.
Bill Murray is great anywhere he deigns to appear, but he's been especially Murray-ful in his work with Wes Anderson, having appeared in every Anderson joint from Rushmore to Moonrise Kingdom.
Is it any surprise, then, that this clip from the writer-director's next, The Grand Budapest Hotel, finds a mustachioed Murray in fine form?
Now that some clips have shown Joel Kinnaman's RoboCop ripping, running, and hopping around like Spider-Man, a quartet of new snippets from the RoboCop remake put a spotlight on supporting players Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, and Jennifer Ehle.
A bumper crop of promotional videos are putting in overtime to convey just what makes The Monuments Men different from any other World War II adventure out there.
"Who is Trevor Slattery?"
That's the big question in this first clip from All Hail the King, the upcoming Marvel One-Shot short film in which Ben Kingsley reprises his infamous Iron Man 3 role.
The first clip from next month's RoboCop remake is now available to view.
If you're still bummed out by the idea of remaking RoboCop, then this excerpt isn't likely to change your mind. If, however, all you want out of a RoboCop movie is some slick action and visual effects, then this bit of gunplay ought to get the job done.