Joel Edgerton has come a long, long way since oh-so briefly showing up in the second two Star Wars prequels as Uncle Owen.
Fourteen years after Attach of the Clones, the actor who had to say one of the worst lines in the prequel trilogy is discussing the possibility of returning to a galaxy far, far away for the rumored Obi-Wan Kenobi spinoff.
Daniel Craig's take on James Bond is much more of a bruiser than his predecessors, and next year's 24th official 007 adventure will pit Craig against a henchman who can really give Craig a run for his money.
That henchman, currently known only as "Hinx," now has a damn fine ass-kicker to play him: Dave Bautista is reportedly joining Bond 24 as a burly secondary villain.
Middle Earth is big.
The place is filled with fascinating characters, many of whom show up in this December's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Five of those characters representing three distinct fantasy species and cultures are accounted for a bunch of new posters promoting the climactic installment of Peter Jackson's jumbo-sized J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation.
Charlie Cox looks like the Man Without Fear in the first two official images from Daredevil.
Still, word from the New York Comic-Con is that it's Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin who might just walk away with the first streaming Marvel series to premiere exclusively on Netflix.
Warner Bros. has pumped the brakes on The Lego Movie 2, but the studio is hitting the gas on Lego Batman, a spinoff in which Will Arnett will reprise his scene-stealing role as a little plastic version of the Dark Knight.
Will Smith is in full-on charismatic smooth operator mode in Focus. Think Hitch as a con man.
Like Hitch though, the latest hyper-capable Will Smith character meets his match in Margot Robbie, who, the first Focus trailer suggests, might just steal the movie out from under one of the biggest movie stars on the planet.
In this Halloween's Horns, Daniel Radcliffe goes way, way further than you've ever seen him go onscreen.
Ten new images from the film give an idea of just how far that is, as D-Rad's tragic hero embraces his inner devil and raises some hell in the process.
Pre-production on Bond 24 is underway in Rome, so it's long past time that Sam Mendes started casting impossibly beautiful women with whom Daniel Craig can exchange witty repartee in the Skyfall follow-up.
The director has found a world-class actress to be objectified by the superspy, casting Blue is the Warmest Color star Léa Seydoux as a "Bond Girl" in the as-yet untitled 24th official 007 adventure.
Fire up you proton packs and hit the gas on the Ecto-1, because there's a Ghostbusters movie on the way.
This week, Paul Feig confirmed that he is indeed on rebooting the comedy franchise with an all-female cast of Ghostbusters.
For his first big franchise movie tackling a popular and beloved property, Feig is very much avoiding the Mystery Box total secrecy approach. In fact, he's talking about his plans for this new Ghostbusters, explaining the rationale that led to a total reboot, casting, design, and the current state of the script, as well his intention to make the film both scary and funny.
Not content to drop that big Tomorrowland teaser at New York Comic-Con today, Disney also blew the lid off next month's Big Hero 6 with one heck of a sizzle reel.
This two minute Con-specific trailer is jam packed with superheroic derring-do, the sort of large-scale spectacle that Disney Animation has been keeping up its sleeve so far in promoting Big Hero 6.
Basically, this glimpse at the film makes it easy to see just why Head of Animation Zach Perrish called Big Hero 6 "The biggest action movie we've ever done."