Prepare to be buttered up for the debut of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's teaser trailer this Thursday.
The butter, in this instance, is an official version of the triptych banner that confirms which Osborn goes Green Goblin. Oh, and also five stills showing the webslinger and Electro in action both together and apart.
The first teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings, triple-flips, and lands gracefully online December 5th.
We're warming up the big show on Thursday with a first look at a triptych poster that pits Spider-Man – in his redesigned costume – against a bevy of bad guys, from Electro to the Rhino to a rebooted Green Goblin.
That not-at-all awkward moment when you check out four character posters for That Awkward Moment has arrived.
Spike Lee's Oldboy remake hits theaters nationwide in less than a week.
FilmDistrict is taking advantage of the wiggle room between now and November 27th by dropping two eye-catching new posters for the twisty thriller starring Josh Brolin.
The skies are dark tonight because all the stars are aligned on the one sheet for David O. Russell's latest, American Hustle.
The titular Muppets are joined on the first official poster for Muppets Most Wanted by the formidable comedic trio of Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, and Tina Fey.
Some men are metaphorical giants. Ron Burgundy doesn't even know what a metaphor is.
That explains why he and his formidable newsteam stand hundreds of feet tall among the skyscrapers of New York on the official once sheet for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Our first official look at Wes Anderson's latest has landed online in the form of an exceedingly pretty and unmistakably Andersonian poster for The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Focus Features has released a whole mess of material promoting Dallas Buyers Club, the drama that's already been the subject of Oscar speculation.
Keep reading to check out two clips highlighting the performances of Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, and Jennifer Garner, as well as a new poster and a bumper crop of official images.
Katniss Everdeen is reminded to remember who the enemy is on a new theatrical poster for this November's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
You – yes, that's right, you there – better hope that she remembers all the inequality and injustice in Panem, because right now, you're staring at the business end of a serious-looking arrow.