Another poster for Nicolas Winding Refn's hyper-violent follow-up to Drive shows off a sun-kissed and youthful looking Kristin Scott Thomas.
Tom Hardy is going to star in what could be Takashi Miike's (13 Assassins) English-language film debut, The Outsider.
The first trailer for the Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Prisoners has just landed and you can take a look at it below.
Paul Thomas Anderson's follow-up to last year's critically divisive The Master is gathering up a rather diverse ensemble cast, his first since Magnolia's star-studded medley of interconnected characters. Inherent Vice – based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name – follows a pot-smoking private investigator (played by Joaquin Phoenix) as he investigates an alleged kidnapping of an ex-girlfriend.
With Park Chan-wook successfully turning his hand at an English language debut with the terrific psycho-thriller Stoker, it was only a matter of time before his influential Vengeance Trilogy were threatened with being remade.
Chris Pine, fresh from helming the Enterprise, has reportedly signed on for a cameo role in Stretch, reuniting him with director Joe Carnahan.
An extended clip from Louis Leterrier's (The Incredible Hulk) Now You See Me has been released by Summit Entertainment.
According to the Hollywood Reporter Joe Carnahan (Narc, Smoking Aces) is in negotiations to direct Sugar Bandits, a film based on Chuck Hogan's novel, Devils in Exile.
As Cannes gets closer and Only God Forgives prepares to blow the Grand Jury away, we have been treated to 3 new clips online which you can check out below.
Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling's third collaboration – following The Recordist short and the sectarian gloom of Sound of My Voice – has a trailer. The East, also starring Ellen Page and Alexander Skarsgard, concerns an operative for an elite private intelligence firm (Marling) who is sent undercover with the aim of infiltrating an anarchist group known for executing attacks upon key corporations.