Ron Burgundy knows how to please a lady and an audience.
San Diego's best damn anchor is engaging in some foreplay, ensuring we're all in the mood for the first Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues trailer, set to debut online tomorrow.
Ryan Gosling plays a man comfortable with a fight in Only God Forgives, but something tells me that Kristin Scott Thomas's character is the more dangerous one.
A new poster for Nicolas Winding Refn's latest is making the rounds online, and it puts the Oscar-nominated actress front and center as she appears to bask in the film's lush colors.
Prepare to feel the heat of Texas in the dog days of summer, Rogues, because we have an evocative piece of key art from a dusty desert crimewave the likes of which you've never before witnessed.
That's right, IAR is proud to premiere the first look at the poster for this June's Rushlights, the rare thriller that takes the duplicitous turns of a twisty, sexy noir and transplants them to a fresh new setting that illuminates the genre's dark corners.
Having made a big impression with the stylized The Wolverine posters showing Hugh Jackman's signature character represented in a simple Japanese style, 20th Century Fox has unveiled another poster in the same style.
This one depicts an opponent of Logan's that we've seen very little of so far: The Silver Samurai.
Remember when movies, even big summer movies, only had one poster, maybe two on account of a teaser poster?
Those days are long gone, and Pacific Rim is no exception during what's shaping up to be the summer of peak poster with another one sheet showing off the towering Jaegers ready to kick some unholy Kaiju ass.
This summer marks peak poster. The point at which one sheet production is maximized before this precious natural resource is virtually tapped out and inexorably declines.
If all the posters we've been seeing for big summer movies looked more like this new one sheet promoting Pacific Rim, though, it'd be worth the current overflow of character posters, teaser posters, and international posters.
If the trailer for Thor: The Dark World didn't quite slake your mighty thirst for Chris Hemsworth looking like a damn Adonis, then you're in luck.
Universal has unveiled the first poster for Ron Howard's high-velocity drama Rush, and it contains one thing and one thing only: Chris Hemsworth staring out at the world in a close up of steely blue eyes, blond hair, and general manliness.
Nicolas Winding Refn got the news that his next movie, Only God Forgives, will be in competition at the Cannes Film Festival next month.
As if in celebration, that very good news is accompanied today by two new international trailers and a domestic teaser poster, all three of which promise great things from the second joint venture between the director and star Ryan Gosling.
This week, the first official one sheet for 300: Rise of an Empire offers visual proof of that assertion. Visually, this could very well be a poster for Zack Snyder's 2007 success, as a ridiculously fit man in a cool helmet, cape, and leather diaper strikes a pose in Frank Miller-style rain.
With a month until Star Trek Into Darkness goes into darkness on May 17th, Paramount Pictures has beamed down one last theatrical trailer.
This last trailer away-team includes no redshirts, but the action-packed trailer is accompanied by two new character posters, one apiece for Chris Pine's Captain James Tiberius Kirk and Benedict Cumberbatch's "John Harrison."