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If you're looking for something cute to come out of the Super Bowl, but you've missed the Puppy Bowl, we have just the thing. Read on to see the big game's ad for The Secret Life of Pets.
Later this week will see the release of Deadpool, but that’s just one of comic book movies that 20th Century Fox will be unleashing in 2016. Later this summer will arrive Bryan Singer’s highly-anticipated follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and from the look of the new Super Bowl spot, it looks like things are going to get biblical.
Johnny Depp recently came forward and admitted that he made life on the set of What’s Eating Gilbert Grape incredibly difficult for Leonardo DiCaprio.
Given that Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk won’t be appearing in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War it may be a while before we get to see him interact with Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man on the big screen. That being said, if you’re curious what that relationship would look like, you just need to watch this Coke commercial.
It was just in mid-December that Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence blew us all away with its powerful debut trailer –the speech given by Bill Pullman’s President Whitmore from the original playing over some incredibly badass footage – but now we’ve got our second look at the movie thanks to this brand new Super Bowl spot!
While the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was not exactly well regarded critically, it did produce giant piles of cash at the box office. Hence, we find ourselves with a new trailer. Check it out now.
Following The Bourne Ultimatum, both director Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon decided that they had had their fill of the Jason Bourne character, and decided to leave the franchise to pursue other projects. Now, however, they're back!
After the runaway box office success of Maleficent Disney has begun to throw all of their popular animated films through the live-action production machine. The next film in the series is The Jungle Book. Check out the newest trailer.
10 Cloverfield Lane is a movie that's full of surprises. One of the latest twists is the brand new Super Bowl ad that was just unveiled.
Hello, Super Bowl Audience. Meet Deadpool. There's only a few more days until Marvel Comics' Merc With A Mouth arrives in theaters, but now he's come around for a new TV spot - this time taking aim at some of the more irresponsible members of the professional athlete community.
The next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting closer and the tension is getting so thick you can cut it with a knife. After so many films where we’ve had a chance to know and love each of these characters, they now find themselves on opposite sides.
When it comes to modern comic book movies, it has become standard to include post-credits scenes that tease big events to come in the future of the franchise. Marvel Studios has clearly been big on it, and 20th Century Fox has gotten in on the fun as well – attaching special scenes to The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Derek Zoolander and Hansel appeared on Weekend Update not only to promote their upcoming movie Zoolander 2, but also to tear apart the fashion sense of contemporary politicians.
Coen brothers, Nicholas Sparks and zombies couldn't stand up to the Dragon Warrior and his panda compatriots this weekend as Kung Fu Panda 3 held the top spot for a second weekend in a row.
A new teaser for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Super Bowl trailer has just hit the web, and it’s every bit enticing as it is short
Black Panther – still has a way to go before his first solo movie hits theaters in 2018. With such a historic event looming, those associated with Black Panther seem to have an acute understand of the film's importance
Reviews have been pouring in for the R-rated comic book romp and critics are really applauding the effort that Marvel and Fox put into the comic book adaptation.
A few weeks ago, we reported that scientists from Cambridge University stated that it would be physically impossible for a human to crawl walls. Well, it turns out those smartypants over at Cambridge aren’t as sharp as they think they are.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s lack of an Academy Award is pop culture fodder. Now, since he’s been robbed so many times, it looks like some fans are going to extreme lengths to make sure that DiCaprio can have a golden statue of his own
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 performed far below expectations, but Lionsgate seems to think Star Wars is to blame.