Sad news today:
Mickey Rooney, a legend who spent almost a century delighting audiences and holding a special place in American popular culture, has passed away at the age of ninety-three.
Like the domestication of the dog, the secrecy and contradictory information surrounding Star Wars: Episode VII continues unabated.
An "extended look" at next month's Godzilla ultimately shows off a really good look at the eponymous beast and his kaiju opponents in the remake.
Before that, though, both this new trailer and two TV spots smartly hold off on even revealing that they're promos for a Godzilla movie.
One of the many aspects of Skyfall to which audiences very much grokked was Javier Bardem as Silva, the villain.
So one of the many ways in which next year's Bond 24 will have to work very, very hard to live up to its predecessor (the biggest James Bond movie on the books) is its bad guy.
In order to ensure that his second round of 007 adventure doesn't disappoint in the villainy department, director Sam Mendes and company are reportedly hoping to snag Chiwetel Ejiofor for the role.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is less than a month away, so Sony Pictures is keeping the promotional pedal to the metal.
Our latest roundup of the sequel's marketing nuggets consists of a minute-long TV spot packed with new footage, a clip of villainous machinations, and a featurette focused on Electro.
Oh, and Hans Zimmer has spoken broadly about the unusual approach to the score.
If 20th Century Fox were a mutant, one of its powers would be creating and dispersing X-Men: Days of Future Past posters online.
Between Captain America: The Winter Soldier opening stateside and these images from the Avengers: Age of Ultron set, you can see Chris Evans in quite a few star-spangled costumes.
Every cowboy, no matter how rootin' or tootin', must eventually hang up his spurs.
One such rootin' tootin' comedy cowboy, David Letterman, has announced that he'll soon put his rambling days behind him. The icon will finish up his twenty-one year run as host of The Late Show next year, retiring at some point in 2015.
The new teaser trailer for The Expendables 3 ups the franchise's sweaty eroticism by incorporating Billy Squier's "The Stroke."
Just four months out from its August 8th release, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has added two major cast members. Or their voices, at least.
Johnny Knoxville and Tony Shalhoub are joining the live action reboot, respectively voicing the Turtles' fearless leader Leonardo and their master Splinter.