In between hyping this week's The Hangover Part III and expertly bringing anticipation for next month's Man of Steel to a boil, Warner Bros. is looking to July with the first 30-second TV spot for Pacific Rim.
Whether she's kicking ass in The Hunger Games, winning an Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook, or just generally being awesome, it's pretty safe to say that America has one big collective crush on Jennifer Lawrence.
So let's all take a good look the Academy Award-winning actress covered in blue paint and kinda-sorta nude in a behind the scenes image from next summer's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Liam Hemsworth has attracted legions of fans in crucial supporting roles, but the Australian up-and-comer is graduating to fully fledged leading man status.
By the end of this summer, Hemsworth's leading man credentials will be well-established, and he's now signing up to star in Aurora Rising, an inventive action story from Relativity Media.
A new crop of unofficial images from the New York set of The Amazing Spider-Man sequel indicate that a gag from last year's reboot will be returning for round two.
Two months out from the supernatural action comedy's July 19th release, and Universal Pictures has released the first jumbo-sized TV spot for R.I.P.D.
The first look at Clear History is admittedly slight and teasery, yet it manages to promise so, so much.
Just think about the cast of this feature from HBO Films for a moment. Television titans Larry David and Jon Hamm lead the proceedings, with supporting roles essayed by Eva Mendes, Michael Keaton, Danny McBride, Liev Schreiber, Amy Ryan, JB Smoove, Kate Hudson, Philip Baker Hall, Paul Scheer, and national treasure Bill Hader.
"Superman is the most powerful, but also the most vulnerable superhero you can imagine," director Zack Snyder says in a new featurette packed with previously unseen footage from next month's Man of Steel.
In addition to a featurette mixing insight-nuggets from the cast and creative figures with action-packed super-footage, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have also unveiled two new banners for the reboot, one featuring Henry Cavill zipping through the sky as Superman and the other showing his nemesis General Zod barreling towards our hero.
In seven months, Ron Burgundy will ride the palomino stallion back into America's heart after a decade in hibernation.
So with seven months almost to the day before Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues brings Burgundy and his newsteam back to theaters, a new teaser trailer features Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and Steve Carell reminding us just how these gorgeous sons of bitches became San Diego's top newsteam.
The rumors, it seems, are true. At this point, Marvel Studios plans to include Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver – mutants both – in The Avengers 2.
Says who? No less a source than writer-director Joss Whedon, who offered up a bit of insight on the pair of characters and their role in the sequel's story. Oh, and Whedon, for one, is a whole lot less concerned about the cinematic future of Tony Stark than many, many fans.