A fresh crop of unofficial images from the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier provides by far our best look at the new costume sported by Cap in next summer's sequel.
With mere days until the biggest zombie movie ever attempted hits theaters on June 21st, Paramount has unveiled the fourth official clip from World War Z.
Production on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 continues in New York, but Sony Pictures is getting a head start on the next five years by announcing release dates for third and fourth sequels to last year's reboot.
Yes, Spider-Man will continue to do whatever a spider can through the summers of 2016 and 2018.
A brand new domestic trailer for Only God Forgives is shot through with the threat of violence and some very pronounced Oedipal issues.
Always picked last in Asgardian P.E., overshadowed by his beefcake stepbrother, and beaten to a bloody pulp by the Hulk.
The latest in a long line of indignities visited upon Thor's little bro: not being in The Avengers 2.
The first clip from Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut has debuted, and it suggests that Tony Danza will be stealing scenes throughout Don Jon.
A new international trailer and Comic-Con specific poster for September's Riddick boast Vin Diesel at full grizzle as he returns to the sweaty, dangerous, sci-fi character for the first time in almost a decade.
Our first look at Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street is online. Set to the sounds of Kanye West's "Black Skinhead," this inaugural trailer packs the boisterous punch of a certain stimulant alkaloid that will surely be consumed to excess when the latest Scorsese-DiCaprio joint hits theaters on November 15th.
Basically, this looks great. Better than you'd think, even.
Superman finally touched down in theaters, leaving an impact crater and a new box office record for June.
Arguably the most anticipated movie of the summer, Man of Steel now has the distinction of being the biggest June opening on the books. The unhinged comedy This Is the End, meanwhile, enjoyed a solid start in second place as Supes and his destruct-o-thon gobbled up the audience's cash.
The Lone Ranger takes place in the old west, so the production had to teach actors who to believably portray rugged men and women of action on the American frontier.
No small task, surely, but a behind the scenes featurette making the rounds today suggests the cowboy training is pretty fun, as we see Armie Hammer and Ruth Wilson riding horses, lassoing people, firing six-shooters, and generally dabbling in the rustic arts.