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.
The aggro comedy on display in a new red band trailer for Pain & Gain – a trailer which is accompanied by four new stills and a behind the scenes picture – suggests that the impossible may have happened.
Michael Bay may very well have become self-aware.
Michael Bay's new movie is definitely a comedy. A new TV spot for Pain & Gain makes that abundantly clear.
Transformers 4 is scheduled for June 27, 2014. So Michael Bay and company will have to start shooting the sequel in the near future.
The production will spend some time in Detroit, Michigan, and in announcing its participation in the ongoing Autobot adventures, the city that RoboCop calls home has revealed the broad strokes of Transformers 4's story.
As we continue to trudge through the sparkly, ostentatious muck and mire of awards season, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is once again reminding us that the longest season is almost over. This the Academy has done by releasing it weekly Oscar promo inserting this year's host, Seth MacFarlane, into a recognizable film scene.
It's The Matrix this time, and don't worry, there's a boner joke.
Though he's got a new movie arriving this April, Michael Bay is currently shedding just a tiny bit more light on the robotic fisticuffs of 2014's Transformers 4, emphatically reiterating that though the sequel features a new human cast and redesigned robots in disguise, it is not a reboot.
Did you know that in just twenty-four short days, the Academy Awards will shower pomp and circumstance on fabulously attired movie stars and bigshots? Of course you knew that. Nonetheless, ABC has dropped another quick promotional spot for the 85th Annual Oscars.
A new image from Michael Bay's latest is making the rounds. For the first time in six years, that doesn't mean you're in store for a picture of incomprehensibly complex robots disguised as high end automobiles.
No Transformers here, people, just Dwayne Johnson in a pretty amusing new look at Pain & Gain.
It's been almost a decade since Michael Bay directed a movie that didn't revolve around alien robots disguised as automobiles. A new TV spot for Pain & Gain suggests that Bay's first movie to cost less than $100 million since The Rock may very well be a knowing bit of comedy mocking Bayism itself.
These thirty seconds are basically a double-barreled blast of Bay standbys, from fast cars to sweaty muscles and, of course, ludicrously attractive women in bikinis.
Three all-new wide releases hit on this Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, and those three have politely arranged themselves regularly throughout the top ten, with Mama in first place, Broken City in the middle at fifth, and Arnold bringing up the rear with his ostentatious return The Last Stand in tenth place.