Next year, we may very well be seeing some Halloween costumes depicting characters from Quentin Tarantino's upcoming saga of slavery, vengeance, and bad language, so why not preemptively study some outfits with ten new images from Django Unchained?
Today Summit Entertainment released a TV spot for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 that made Bella's new life as a vampire look like wine and roses. A new clip follows that commercial by illustrating a comparatively inconsequential drawback to being undead: pretending to be human.
On any day not inundated with frenzied Lucasfilm-Disney talk, this would be the biggest news going: Bryan Singer will indeed step in to direct X-Men: Days of Future Past, a sequel to a prequel to his first X-Men movie.
Okay, Disney is buying Lucasfilm and lining up a 2015 release date for Star Wars: Episode VII. In related news, millions of Star Wars fans just passed out at their keyboards.
Halloween is mere hours away, meaning that year's best season is about to give way to the holiday season proper. In addition to all the Christmas decorations going on sale at your local Target, the holiday spirit brings with it seasonally-appropriate movies aimed right at families. One of these is Rise of the Guardians, and a new featurette focused on one of the characters shows just how wintery and seasonal the movie is.
A new TV spot for next month's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 sells the movie, naturally, but it actually makes a way more compelling case for the merits of vampirism.
After hitting a series low in the midst of its star's overexposure with Mission: Impossible III, the franchise based on a series seemingly none of its audience has seen hit an upswing with last year's Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol. As Tom Cruise prepares to attempt another franchise launch with December's Jack Reacher, he's talking vaguely about the next adventure of Ethan Hunt.
The novel on which John Dies at the End is based features all manner of episodic craziness. It's a happily strange, rapid-fire odyssey, a phantasmagoric horror trip with plenty of comedy. All of those qualities are on display in a new trailer for the movie adaptation directed and written by Don Coscarelli.
The title of Captain America: The Winter Soldier tops us off to just who will be the primary villain in the sequel, but Cap's second modern adventure can't be a one-on-one affair. That means secondary villains. One of those villains adding mayhem to The Winter Soldier's antics, Crossbones, will definitely be played by Frank Grillo.