Australia has a rich, bountiful history of hardcore kickass cinema, from Mad Max Rockatansky blasting across the outback blacktop to Chopper's mustachioed snarl to Crocodile Dundee's phallic-metaphor mega-knife.
The latest addition to the canon of Aussie R-rated hardasses is John Doe, and IAR is pleased as punch to introduce you to John Doe Vigilante by way of a brand new poster.
Paging Mr. Herman. Mr Herman, you have a first look image at the front desk.
Paul Reubens himself has revealed the very first photo from Pee-Wee's Big Holiday, the long-awaited return of the one and only Pee-Wee Herman.
With nine months until Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we already have a decent idea of what the next two years of Star Wars look like.
Gareth Edwards directs Felicity Jones in 2016's standalone movie Rogue One, after which Rian Johnson takes over the primary saga as the writer-director of Star Wars: Episode VIII, due May 2017. Then, in 2018, we'll see another mysterious spinoff, this one directed by Josh Trank.
But what of Star Wars: Episode IX, the climax of this new trilogy kicking off the Disney era of Star Wars? Since it's never too early for rumors from a galaxy far, far away, we've got a humdinger today, a possible scoop on the frontrunner to direct Episode IX, due in 2019.
Eight months out from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, Lionsgate has unveiled a fiery teaser trailer and poster for the climactic installment in this epically epic tale.
Steven Spielberg's Untitled Cold War Thriller has a title, a new official image, and a composer, a composer who is, shockingly, NOT John Williams.
Williams has scored pretty much everything Spielberg's done for almost the last forty years, but a minor health issue prevented him from providing musical accompaniment for this year's Bridge of Spies. But hey, Williams is on the mend, enough so that the living legend will score Steve-O's next movie, The BFG.
And Bridge of Spies has picked up another composer: twelve time Oscar nominee Thomas Newman.
If you already know you're going to see Insidious: Chapter 3, maybe skip the new trailer, which spoils quite a few solid scares.
Yeah, Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan, and Josh Gad are all in the movie, but Pac-Man is the real star of the first Pixels trailer.
By now, you've seen the Fantastic Four teaser trailer and pictures of the cast in-costume, costumes that are a far cry from the blue spandex Marvel's First Family usually sport on the comic book page.
In keeping with the reboot's grittier tone, these superheroes wear black, insignia-less get-ups that Human Torch Michael B. Jordan has described as "containment suits."
According to no less a source than Miles Teller, however, Fantastic Four also includes more traditional costumes.
Just as one leg of the Spectre production kicks up a bit of controversy, 007 is smoldering and oh-so intense on an international poster that's all about Craig, Daniel Craig.
After a decade in development hell, Deadpool finally kicks off production in Vancouver this month.
Ryan Reynolds, the man emptying clips and spouting quips as Deadpool, is promising that next year's solo movie shows "slavish devotion" to the Marvel Comics character and, as such, ought to be embraced by even "the most critical of fanboys."