After almost a decade of promising a Sin City sequel, co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have finished up their cut of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Two scanned magazine pages provide proof that Sin City 2 does indeed exist, showing off returning stars Jessica Alba and Mickey Rourke, as well as new addition Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The subject of Unbroken is a remarkable fellow who, in addition to enduring the seemingly unendurable throughout World War II, was also a record-setting Olympic athlete.
So it only makes sense that the first footage from this adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand's bestseller arrived during Olympics coverage.
A three-minute mega-TV-spot aired during the Sochi Winter Games, showing off footage from Angelina Jolie's sophomore directorial feature and giving an overview of the film's remarkable protagonist.
Five official new images from X-Men: Days of Future Past elegantly illustrate the time-travel shenanigans of this latest X-movie by showcasing the old alongside the new.
By which I mean to say that these images feature X-Men: First Class players James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, as well as X-Men elder statesmen Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has found a new profession, one far more lucrative than crime-fighting or even wrestling.
Based on this batch of half-a-dozen promotional images from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the wall-crawler has become a model.
No, he's become a supermodel, striking poses with aplomb.
A quartet of sharp official images from X-Men: Days of Future Past offer up two blasts from the past and two something-that-rhymes-with-future from the future.
And the prequel-sequel's production designer is explaining the Future-Sentinels, humanity's ultimate weapon for mutant extermination.
Spider-Man is doing whatever a spider can in four of seven brand new images from this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Hike up your flood pants, ladies and gentleman, because we're looking at two crisp, clean official images from Noah, the upcoming big-budget version of a very familiar Old Testament tale.
A bumper crop of stills from the upcoming romantic comedy That Awkward Moment have sprouted up online.
So basically, Focus Features just gave us all the equivalent of more than a half-second of movie totally free of charge. Except that the stills aren't sequential, so not really at all. Listen, these fifteen official images from the film are still free.
So check them out to see a bunch of new looks at Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller, Imogen Poots, and Mackenzie Davis.
Johnny Depp is surprising unadorned in two first look images from Transcendence, an original sci-fi tale.
In next year's Kill the Messenger, Jeremy Renner stars as Gary Webb, an investigative journalist whose real-life pursuit of the truth resulted in his being thrown under the bus, so to speak.
The first two stills from the dramatic thriller have arrived online, showing Renner in character as the man who traced how crack cocaine became horrifyingly ubiquitous in America.