The very first clip from the upcoming White House Down answers the age old question, "How do you lose a rocket launcher?"
Paramount Pictures has let loose the first official clip from World War Z.
So the premise of The Internship is that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are two grown-ass man with no particular tech skills who somehow manage to snag internships at Google.
The first clip from the comedy, due in theaters on June 7th, offers very little by way of clues as to just how the duo land their coveted internship.
A week from now, most of y'all will probably have seen Iron Man 3 in its entirety, but for now, you're going to have to content yourself with quick official snippets.
Luckily, there's no shortage of those. The latest finds Iron Man attempting to save more than a dozen innocent people as the plummet from the sky.
Paramount Pictures has dropped another official clip from next month's Star Trek Into Darkness, an excerpt of an action scene that plays more like Star Wars than Trek.
Hey look, it's a bit of promotion for the twelfth Star Trek movie that doesn't involve John Harrison glowering threateningly.
Star Trek Into Darkness doesn't hit 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D until May 17th here in the States, but the first official clip is online.
And it's pretty outstanding, as Kirk is forced to choose between the Prime Directive and Spock's life and pretty much the whole lovable crew of the USS Enterprise gets a good moment or two.
Most of the directors behind highly anticipated summer comic book movies try very, very hard to keep their movies secret.
Not Jeff Wadlow, who has shared the spoilery first clip from Kick-Ass 2, scheduled to bring the vulgarity and violence back to superheroes on August 16th.
If you were watching the MTV Movie Awards tonight, then you got a 42-second taste of Iron Man 3.
Let's appeal to the prurient interest right off the bat here: The first clip from Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring features Emma Watson pole dancing.
In life, interrogating a suspect is boring, clinical work carried out under fluorescent lights, but in new clip from The Heat, an interrogation is carried out by Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy with the suspect dangling several stories above the ground, Batman-style.