The full theatrical trailer for next month's The Hangover Part III sets up the story for the Wolfpack's final comedic misadventure.
In doing so, the trailer demonstrates that the last installment in The Hangover saga will deviate from the formula established by the first two movies, while also providing the same brand of shenanigans from Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and Ed Helms.
It may not contain any superheroes per-se, but this summer's would-be buster of blocks The Lone Ranger does feature a masked avenger and his best buddy.
Both the title character and Tonto, as played by Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp, are well represented on two new character posters, complete with a mask for the ranger and the stylized facepaint/dead bird combo favored by his Native American buddy.
Earth, according to the latest poster for Star Trek Into Darkness, is set for a fall.
A new one sheet for this summer's World War Z prominently features international movie star Brad Pitt, but gets credit for showing only a bit of his handsome, eminently marketable face.
In making a big budget 3D The Great Gatsby, did you really think that the director behind Moulin Rouge! would hold back when it came it the music?
Warner Bros. has unveiled a new theatrical trailer and one sheet promoting Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby, and the trailer aurally showcases some of the new music made by contemporary artists for the soundtrack. Speaking of which, the full soundtrack listing is now online too.
A pair of new TV spots and a poster promoting Pain & Gain don't just suggest that this is the rare Michael Bay picture with a theme.
They proclaim it. They scream that though there will most assuredly be Bay standbys (from here on out, let's call them "standbays," okay?) like scantily clad supermodels, copious gunfire, fast cars, happily regressive sexual politics, and merrily juvenile humor, Pain & Gain is also some sort of populist commentary on the the current state of the economy.
Strap on your skates and prepare to get cross-checked, Rogues, because on this most ostentatious Monday, we have a treat that will have you hitting the ice in no time.
IAR is proud to host the exclusive premiere of the poster art for Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.
You know what's gone regrettably out of fashion? Action movies centered around a pair of mismatched, contentious heroes who simultaneously love and hate one another.
Luckily, 2 Guns looks determined to bring this kind of buddy-cop actioner back into style, with Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg handling this two-hander. Universal Pictures has zigged rather than zagged, opting to drop an extended 2 Guns trailer, theatrical poster, and five official images all in one go.
Sony Pictures has unveiled the first trailer and a theatrical one-sheet for this White House Down, this year's other movie that stacks one man against a bunch of bad guys who seize the White House.
Attention, fans of Robot Jox and Robot Wars, two new posters for Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim promise that the July 12th release will have the biggest, best-designed giant mechs to grace the screen in decades.