Apparently this is indeed A Good Day to Die Hard. The second trailer for the fifth explode-tastic adventure of John McClane has dropped online, along with many a spent shell and, yes, a lot of stuff blowing up real good-like.
What's the best way for 20th Century Fox to inform unsuspecting moviegoers that next year's fifth Die Hard movie is indeed a Die Hard movie that also takes wisecracking cop turned impervious destruct-O-machine John McClane to Russia? With the first A Good Day to Die Hard teaser poster that makes the setting entirely explicit by playing on McClane's signature bit of profanity.
After several days of pomp and circumstance, Disney has unveiled the first real trailer for Iron Man 3.
Much superheroism and cool visual effects are on display here, along with a portentous tone and the promise of real peril for Robert Downey Jr.'s famously flippant Tony Stark.
Yet another new official clip from next month's Skyfall has made its way online, and unlike its predecessors, this one doesn't involve Daniel Craig's James Bond exchanging double entendres, destroying a moving train with construction equipment, or facing his newest enemy. Instead, it has Bond hanging out in the British Museum and meeting up with his new quartermaster for the first time.
Being a prequel, last year's X-Men: First Class had a straightforward narrative, basically a hetero love story gone awry between Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr. For the sequel, however, director Matthew Vaughn is mixing things up by telling the first cinematic X-Men story built around time travel. Mark Millar, 20th Century Fox's shepherd for their Marvel Comics properties, is talking up X-Men: Days of Future Past in Millar-ian fashion, revealing just a little bit about the story.
Last week, we suddenly learned that Shailene Woodley is in early negotiations to take up the familiar role of Mary Jane Watson in the as-yet untitled sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. That caused no small amount of conjecture as to just how she would tie into the sequel's story, but today we have a little info-nugget on Woodley's role and how closely the planned trilogy will hew to Spider-Man's comic book past.
Synopsis: Heather Mason and her father have been on the run, always one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn’t fully understand. On the eve of her 18th birthday, plagued by horrific nightmares and the disappearance of her father, Heather discovers she’s not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her forever.
The first official still from the Robert Rodriguez sequel Machete Kills has very little Machete and exactly no killing.
It's Halloween time, so parties across the nation will shortly showcase many a sexy Ghostbuster costume, but if a quick update is to be believed, then by this time next year, the long-discussed, mercifully unmade Ghostbusters 3 may well have completed principal photography.
Now that The Avengers has settled into the number three all-time biggest movie slot and is comfortably out on all those home entertainment platforms, Marvel Studios is getting ready to properly pimp its biggest solo franchise. It's a small step, but a step nonetheless: Marvel and Disney have revealed the official story synopsis for Iron Man 3.