The first clip from Iron Man 3 presumably comes from a point in the sequel before Tony Stark's giant mansion gets rocket-blasted into the Pacific Ocean.
With but a week until the Evil Dead remake hits theaters nationwide, a new extended TV spot and a not-safe-for-work clip from "the most terrifying film you will ever experience" have landed online.
Less than two weeks out from the remake's release, we've got two new posters promoting Evil Dead, as well as a clip from the movie that purports to be "the most terrifying film you will ever experience."
Today is Bruce Willis's 58th birthday, so naturally we have a little nugget for Bruno fans in the form of an international poster for G.I. Joe: Retaliation, which features Willis as retired General Joe Colton, the man who formed the Joe squad.
We also have treats for anyone concerned with more musclebound leading men. We have one other international poster that showcases Dwayne Johnson as Roadblock, as well as a new G.I. Joe: Retaliation featurette focused on Channing Tatum as Duke.
In under a week, Oz the Great and Powerful has collected $92.5 million domestically.
So Disney can afford to drop a length extended clip/trailer-thing in the hope that this glimpse at the lavishly created fantasy land will entice you to contribute your fifteen dollars to the movie's dumptrucks full of money.
Hike your pants up past your ankles, Rogues, because we're got a minor flood of goodies from G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
If festival circuit scuttlebutt is to be believed, then Terrence Malick's new film may not be too concerned with narrative satisfaction.
But as a new theatrical trailer and official clip demonstrate, To the Wonder is going to look indisputably beautiful.
Focus Features has unveiled a new clip from this month's The Place Beyond the Pines.
It's not much, clocking in at under a minute, but the clip features professional pretty people Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes sharing an exchange that's raw, desperate, and emotionally charged.
The very first clip from To the Wonder takes anybody who watches it on a little day trip to Mont Saint-Michel.
That's right, you get to go to an unbelievably beautiful French locale with the unbelievably beautiful Olga Kurylenko and the rather strapping Ben Affleck. The only hitch? You have to rise shotgun in a convertible the top of which is inexplicably down on a rainy day.
The first clip from The Incredible Burt Wonderstone finds Steve Carell and Jim Carrey facing off in a magician's bar and ends with a pretty excellent exit by one of the two.
It's a contentious relationship between Carell's Wonderstone and Carrey's Steve Gray, one that, in this clip anyways, feels very much like the rivalry between eponymous male model and Hansel in Zoolander.