A trailer has been released for Richard Curtis' time-travel romantic comedy, About Time, starring Domnhall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams as the central, temporally challenged couple.
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's final instalment in the Blood & Ice Cream Trilogy is an apocalyptic science fiction saga of booze, pub snacks and alien invaders.
One of the big hits at this year's Sundance Festival was The Kings Of Summer (formerly Toy's House), a different kind of coming-of-age comedy about three kids who run away from home to make a place of their own, deep in the woods.
Zach Braff pantomime villain update.
It may be the exact same set-up as the last Anchorman 2 teaser but it doesn't matter, the entire thing is still hilarious.
The Wolfpack is returning for their swan song soon and Warners Bros have released a red band trailer in anticipation of this.
It's a recap of the first two films before showing us the new stuff, and if you ask me I think it looks pretty goddamn funny.
Chris Pine, fresh from helming the Enterprise, has reportedly signed on for a cameo role in Stretch, reuniting him with director Joe Carnahan.
It looks like Ewan McGregor is finally willing to forgive and forget! In March we heard that Danny Boyle was planning on making a long-awaited sequel to Trainspotting in 2015. However, McGregor's involvement has always been doubted. He had always said how he would rather be known for a critically acclaimed original than for its inferior sequel. It's also well known that McGregor hasn't spoken to Boyle since a feud they had over Boyle's decision to cast Leonardo DiCaprio in The Beach rather than McGregor (it was really a studio call).
However now McGregor has come out and said to Time Out website that he is ready to leave the old grudge behind and move on.
Seth MacFarlane is wasting no time assembling a stellar cast for his 2nd live action outing. He adds Neil Patrick Harris to the western A Million Ways to Die in the West, MacFarlane's follow-up to last year's mega hit Ted, which took nearly $550m worldwide. With MacFarlane himself taking the lead, he's joined by Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Giovanni Ribisi and Sarah Silverman.
One of the most pleasing and reassuring pieces of recent film news has been Warner Brothers' commitment to financing and distributing Paul Thomas Anderson's next project. The multiple Oscar nominee struggled for some time to gain backing for his enigmatic 2012 drama The Master, finally receiving funds from Californian heiress Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures. Now that one of the best contemporary US directors is seemingly back in the good books of the money men, however, focus has shifted to the what, the when and the whom.