The first poster and clip from They Came Together, one of IAR's Potential Gems of 2014, have arrived online.
Both showcase stars Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler while also giving us a sense of the comedy's spot-on laceration of romantic comedy tropes.
The Wolf of Wall Street doesn't feature the kinds of visual effects you see in, say, a superhero movie, but that doesn't mean that Martin Scorsese's mega-movie doesn't have quite a few mind-boggling shots utilizing digital tricks so well that they actually don't call attention to themselves as VFX showcases.
A behind the scenes video breaks down some of the hyper-detailed effects work in The Wolf of Wall Street, at least a few of which we can pretty much guarantee you had no idea involved digital effects at all.
Oh, and a profanity-laced clip from the film shows off the central performances of Golden Globe-winner Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.
What with him being the shadow recruit and all, most of Paramount's promotion for this month's Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit has focused on Chris Pine as Jack Ryan.
Today, though, a batch of new promotional videos – one clip and two character profiles – focus on the three K's: Kenneth Branagh, Keira Knightley, and Kevin Costner.
The first two clips from The Grand Budapest Hotel are simultaneously exuberant and deadpan, cartoonish and stony.
Basically, these clips suggest that his follow-up to Moonrise Kingdom is a pure hit of Wes Anderson's sense of humor.
Jonah Hill and his teeth are front and center in a new clip from The Wolf of Wall Street.
Those chompers also get prominent placement next to Leonardo DiCaprio on the freshest poster for Martin Scorsese's humdinger of a dark comedy.
The first two official clips from next month's Anchorman sequel remind us that even legends can be laid low.
Also: Ron Burgundy has a hard time getting his ears around an Australian accent.
The first clip from The Wolf of Wall Street excerpts a moment that has been featured in every trailer for Martin Scorsese's latest, but that doesn't take away from its enjoyability.
It does, after all, seem to exemplify the surreal comedic pleasures of this tale of financial misconduct, as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, and Jon Bernthal appraise their ability to secure massive sums of cash to the body of a leggy woman.
A pair of clips from this December's 47 Ronin provide a sense of how the historical adventure incorporates over-the-top fantasy creatures large and small.
Specifically, these clips introduce a lumbering orge-guy fighting Keanu Reeves and a nasty little arachnid made out of a man's envy and hatred.
One week from now, you'll be able to enjoy the whole meal that is The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but for now, you're going to have to stick with bite sized samplings that only serve to whet your appetite rather than put it to bed.
The latest little treats from Catching Fire: two quick clips focusing on Effie Trinket and Beetee, as well as a TV spot that teases some wild Quarter Quell action.
With just over a week until The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens in theaters nationwide, the promotional train has pulled into the station today, dropping off an intriguing clip, an amusingly misguided fast food tie-in, and a free stream of the sequel's soundtrack.