The teaser trailer for Ex Machina is every shade of promising, confidently building suspense as it swings between an erotic, isolated drama, and a scifi thriller about truth, lies, A.I., and the nature of humanity.
Ex Machina appears to be a loaded little film buoyed by two tremendous performances by Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson, both of whom star in next year's Star Wars: Episode VII.
Not to be outdone, Alicia Vikander is poised to steal Ex Machina right out from underneath her two outstanding co-stars, playing Ava, a sexy robot who is both more and less than meets the eye.
No ifs, ands, or buts about it: Wonder Woman is getting her own solo movie.
The world's most famous and longest-standing superheroine smashes through the cinematic glass ceiling in theaters on June 23, 2017, more than a year before Marvel Studios finally lets a female hero take center stage with Captain Marvel in 2018.
Since Gal Gadot is being introduced as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, everybody's made certain assumptions about what a Wonder Woman movie will look like.
Those assumptions may have been way off the mark.
After half a decade of false starts and failed attempts, a movie version of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has risen from the grave.
Don't believe us?
There's now phototgraphic evidence: an official still from the production showing the Bennet sisters of Jane Austen's 1813 novel ready to kick some undead ass.
If yesterday's first official look at Terminator: Genisys had you worried, we've got bad news: nothing in this bumper crop of pictures and little details are unlikely to restore your confidence.
A new poster makes it clear that Foxcatcher is gunning for awards season glory.
Interstellar takes place in the future, but like all fictitious futures, Christopher Nolan's latest is really all about the now.
With the eagerly anticipated film's IMAX and celluloid release less than a week away, Warner Bros. has released the first official clip.
This one-minute excerpt not only establishes some not-at-all surprising facts about Matthew McConaughey's character, it also firmly sets up a grim near-future that is, of course, not too distant at all.
Wait a minute, you're telling me there's a romance starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper that isn't a part of this year's awards season hoopla?
It's hard to believe, but Serena has been sitting on the proverbial shelf for a few years now.
Despite the presence of bona-fide movie stars in the two lead roles, this Depression era drama is getting an ignominious February VOD release and March theatrical run.
The first U.S. teaser poster for Ex Machina has arrived online along with a U.K. quad poster.
Both samples of this heady scifi story put the Svedka Vodka sexy robot to shame.
Two cheesy magazine covers provide our first official looks at Terminator: Genisys.
The covers show off Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese, Jason Clarke as John Connor, and Matt Smith as...someone.
And the inside of the magazine provides revelatory story details that actually raise a hell of a lot more questions than they answer.
The final theatrical trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I promises an unprecedented level of action in the sequel.
It's not as though the last two installments really skimped on action, but the derring-do was limited pretty much exclusively to the actual Hunger Games.
In the franchise's penultimate entry, though, Panem erupts into all-out war, making the televised survival competition look like child's play.