Disney has finally unveiled a teaser trailer for Tomorrowland, the ambitious original scifi tale starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson.
The strikingly effective teaser contains mere glimpses at the titular location – a place where science and imagination have no limits – but it clearly conveys a sense of mystery and, more importantly, wonder. It's persuasive, engaging, and quite rare in this age of cinematic grim and grittiness.
According to co-director Glenn Ficarra, the upcoming Focus is built around the question, "How do two people fall in love in a world where the truth is like currency?"
Based on the first official images featuring Will Smith and Margot Robbie in the comedy-romance-caper, the answer to Ficarra's question is simple: By being really, really attractive.
Time travel is the perfect narrative loophole in the age of the reboot.
It allows filmmakers to hit the reset button while also preserving the continuity that came before, welcoming new audiences without pissing off longstanding fans too much.
Next summer's Terminator: Genisys travels the circuits of time in such a way as to revive the franchise without quite being a reboot or a sequel in the strict sense, according to the guy playing the new Kyle Reese, who has also provided some insight on the rating and the planned sequels.
Like a dealer giving you first taste for free, three new clips from this Friday's Kill the Messenger allow you to sample Jeremy Renner's go-fo-broke performance.
Another Ghostbusters movie is happening, but it's not Ghostbusters III.
No longer a sequel, the Ghostbusters revival is a straight-up reboot.
Paul Feig is set to direct a for Sony Pictures, co-writing the screenplay with The Heat scribe Katie Dippold.
Disney has finally revealed the first pictures and for-real story details for the upcoming sci-fi fantasy adventure Tomorrowland.
For more than three years, the watch word for Tomorrowland has been "mysterious," and Disney has gone out of the way to keep things secretive about the film, but today's big unveiling runs through the setup and trots out our first glimpses of George Clooney, Britt Robertson, and the titular setting.
Does Robert Downey Jr. contradict himself?
Very well, then, he contradicts himself. He is large, he contains multitudes, and he's trying not to give away the grand plan Marvel Studios has in place for Phase 3 and beyond.
Downey Jr. is out promoting this Friday's The Judge, which means he's being asked incessantly about the possibility of Iron Man 4. His answers have led to more than a little confusion and some misplaced excitement over a sequel that, as of right now, isn't happening.
The latest poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies skips the "defining chapter" hyperbole and gives us something everybody loves: Gandalf.
Marvel Studios has huge plans, long term notions even bigger and more ambitious than previously imagined.
If Sony Pictures is hard-up enough for a guaranteed way to restore the box office might of Spider-Man, those plans could maybe, just maybe involve the wall-crawler finally meeting up with the likes of Earth's Mightiest Heroes over in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"I always knew this was going to be hard to explain" begins Michael Keaton in a new Birdman featurette.
A trio of clips from the film give a taste of just how difficult it is to describe Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), while also showing off Keaton's go-fo-broke performance and supporting turns by Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, and Zach Galifianakis.