Prometheus 2 was announced earlier this year and may be one giant leap closer to pre-production, as reports are swirling that the sequel may finally have a scribe.
Idris Elba stars as Nelson Mandela in a biopic due to hit theaters later this year. Here’s our first look at Elba as the civil rights icon.
Sony has announced that The Amazing Spider-Man will see a third and fourth film, and release dates for each are set.
The first red-band clip for Don Jon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut has been released. The film stars Levitt, along with Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, and Tony Danza.
Man of Steel reviews haven’t exactly been favorable for director Zack Snyder, but its box office numbers are certainly keeping the studio happy. The big question is, should you still watch the new Superman on the big screen?
The first Wolf of Wall Street trailer made its way online today, marking Martin Scorsese’s latest collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio. Check out Leo, Jonah Hill, and Matthew McConaughey partying like it’s 1992.
MSN has released the new The Mortal Instrument: City of Bones UK trailer.
Today we have an exclusive clip from the 21 & Over DVD/Blu-ray in which we see Justin Chon, Miles Teller, and Skylar Astin discussing acting very levels of drunkenness for the movie.
Some new movie trailers have been released including R.I.P.D., Only God Forgives, Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, Elysium, Killing Season, The Butler, and Touchy Feely.
New posters from the upcoming Percy Jackson movie Sea of Monsters are now online, and they all follow a particularly eerie theme.
The Veronica Mars Movie executive producer Rob Thomas has announced the return of a bevy of cast members, including Ryan Hansen, Krysten Ritter, Brandon Hillock, Kevin Sheridan, and Jonathan Chesner.
Avengers 2 director Joss Whedon recently sat in on a podcast while promoting his latest film and revealed that Loki won’t be appearing in The Avengers sequel.
A Twitter user claiming to be a trailer editor says that the next Catching Fire trailer will debut at Sam Diego Comic-Con 2013 next month, but the account is fake.
Man of Steel is in theaters today, and lead star Henry Cavill (who plays Superman himself) knew that fans of the caped crusader would put pressure on him to get the character right.