The upcoming True Story is, in fact, based on a true story. But the title's also ironic, because True Story is all about lies and the slippery, elusive nature of the truth.

The film, which debuted at Sundance earlier this year, stars James Franco and Jonah Hill, a pair who last shared the screen in This Is the End and both are known for foul-mouthed, funny shenanigans.  True Story calls upon both to flex their Oscar-nominated dramatic muscles, though.

With its big-budget live-action remakes of beloved animated classics, Disney is riding a gravy train on biscuit wheels.  So long as each one keeps making huge sums of money, the studio is going to keep he train chugging along.

In news that's absolutely not surprising, the Disney remake train is going to stop at Mulan station down the line.

Perfectly timed on the heels of the Spectre teaser trailer, the full theatrical trailer for Spy introduces the world's next great secret agent, an expert at espionage who could give James Bond a run for his money.

And the spy of Spy isn't a misogynist or an imperialist, either.  She's Melissa McCarthy.

Wonder Twin powers activa—wait, wait no.  These aren't the Wonder Twins. These, according to the title of a new Avengers: Age of Ultron featurette, are the Super Siblings, Wanda and Pietro Maximoff.

Following the first Spectre teaser trailer, Sony Pictures has released several new images from the opening sequence of the twenty-fourth official 007 adventure.

Before the opening credits, James Bond always grabs the audience's attention with a slam-bang action scene that sets the table for the two hours of adventure, womanizing, and product placement to follow.  Spectre is currently shooting its opener in Mexico City, and in addition to the new pictures showing Daniel Craig in action, a comprehensive rundown of the sequence has arrived online.

Sony has pulled back the curtain on the very first teaser trailer for the twenty-fourth official James Bond adventure, Spectre.

Since Spectre is still in the midst of production, it's a very teasery teaser, but it does show off plenty of real footage from the sequel, setting up the rudiments of the story and the (re)emergence of Bond's most famous nemesis, all while making it abundantly clear that this is a direct follow-up to Skyfall, the critical and commercial high point of the whole franchise based on Ian Fleming's murderous, womanizing, suave secret agent.

The more footage Paramount and Skydance show off, the more difficult it is not to be intrigued by Terminator: Genisys.

In the case of a new extended international TV spot, that might be simply because Oscar-winner JK Simmons finally plays a part in the promotion.  Or maybe it's because Terminator: Genisys might have some real narrative ambition.

The first trailer for this summer's boxing drama Southpaw has entered the ring online, and even though it gives away too much of the story, it also showcases a Jake Gyllenhaal lead performance that appears to land like a devastating uppercut.

Deadpool is actually really filming in Vancouver right now at this very moment.  After a decade of Herculean effort and one major cinematic whiff, Marvel's Merc with a Mouth is coming to theaters next year.

Ryan Reynolds has debuted the first look of himself in the full-blown Deadpool costume, and it's gobsmackingly faithful to the comics, right down to the impossible white eyes and little belt buckle logo.  What's more, he's lounging sexily on a bear skin rug with a roaring fire in the background, riffing on a legendary Burt Reynolds Playgirl photo.  So clearly, Wade Wilson's ridiculous, referential, gonzo sense of humor is making the leap from the page to the screen this time.

007's next globe-trotting, womanizing, collateral damage-filled adventure, Spectre, is following in Skyfall's super-sized footsteps.  The twenty-fourth official entry in the evergreen James Bond franchise is coming to the enormous IMAX format.

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