Inside you'll find the first trailer for Rosewater,, a film based on the book by and true story of journalist Maziar Bahari, which has been adapted for the big screen by Stewart as his directorial debut. In the movie, Gael GarcŪa Bernal plays Bahari, who was in Iran during the presidential elections of 2009 covering for Newsweek Magazine. When protests broke out over Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's reported victory before the polls had even closed, Bahari filmed the events and sent footage to the BBC.
Pixar Animation Studios tease an early look at Riley as part of the Disney Movies Anywhere app. The service promised subscribers access to exclusive footage, and a sneak peek inside Inside Out appears to be the latest video.
Following up on the new trailer for the feature adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns comes the international trailer, which takes a different approach in terms of the tone of the film. While the trailer that released at Comic-Con showed off a mixture of humor and horror, this one takes it to full horror and suspense, as we see Daniel Radcliffe getting in touch with his dark side...
Just when you thought you'd seen all of the easter eggs from Captain America:The Winter Soldier, more have surfaced connecting within and outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. See if you can spot Joss Whedon amongs the easter eggs, bonus points if you do so without reading the subtitles.
Iím a total horror movie apologist. If a filmmaker can shoehorn in a few legitimate scares at some point across the hour-and-forty-minute runtime, Iíll probably find a way to defend the movie. I just canít help myself, which is why you should probably take the following sentence with a grain of salt: I am pumped up about this new Bigfoot movie!
Because he is Superman Ė and heís impervious to pain Ė the buckets of ice water just keep coming. Two. Three. Four. By the time we get to buckets five and six, the crew of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice have graduated to plastic garbage pails filled with chilled liquids.
It's amazing what a bit of clever editing, some title cards, and a hint of slo-mo can do. In this recut trailer for The Princess Bride, these elements blend to turn a romantic fantasy that was fit for children of all ages into a horror movie in the vein of Single White Female or Dressed To Kill.
From lightsabers to Darth Vader's mask to quotable lines ("I know!"), few movies are as hugely iconic as the original Star Wars trilogy. But new video has just revealed that one of the most memorably elements of the sci-fi fantasy was nearly cut from the films completely, that'd be the voice of Yoda.
Matthew McConaughey plays Cooper, a one-time pilot and engineer whose unique skills arenít much help when our planetís food shortage runs dry. But when the government calls on Cooper for an expedition into the galaxies, he leaves his family behind for a wormhole-traveling adventure that might answer to the fate of humanity.
What happened to Amy Dunne? That's the question that plays at the center of David Fincher's latest, Gone Girl. In the trailer up top, we see this query explored along with some new footage featuring Ben Affleck, Neil Patrick Harris, Carrie Coon, Rosamund Pike and Tyler Perry.
Stupid Bane (Tom Hardy). That dude ruins everything for the poor citizens of Gotham. Want to take your kids to a Gotham Rogues football game? Baneís blowing up the field. And you booked a downtown chapel for your long-awaited wedding? Bane has to photobomb your pictures by flirting youíre your bridesmaids!
After teasing the conflict of Godzilla and the MUTOs for most of the movie's runtime, the finale hit hard and spectacularly in the heart of San Francisco. Now you can revel in the blow-by-blow action, as Warner Bros has released the full sequence online ahead of its DVD release.
You might well remember, Annabelle was the name of a curse doll who factored into the third act of last summer's horror blockbuster. Now, she's got a movie all her own, and you can get a pretty good look at her and the demon attached to her in the trailer above.
Some men are lucky by nature. Others make their own luck. Jake Gyllenhaal's character in Nightcrawler is one of those second kind of guys, and he's got the footage to prove it.
Outcast, helmed by first-time filmmaker Nick Powell, pairs Cage with Star Wars outcast Hayden Christensen (of course) on a quest for vengeance in a feudal, samurai, sword and sorcery epic. Nope. That is not a series of amazing typos.