Before it arrives on May 15, Warner Bros. would like you to watch one final trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road, a movie with a $150 million production budget and one WB is hoping you show up to see.
In 2004, Paul Greengrass took over the Bourne franchise with The Bourne Supremacy and gave audiences an action jolt none of us expected. On top of that the idea of "shaky cam" was introduced and no one has yet to do it like Paul.
Xavier Dolan lines up new film to shoot in May titled It’s Only the End of the World with Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux, Vincent Cassel and Gaspard Ulliel starring.
The focus of today's episode is the 2015 Summer Movie Preview as Laremy and I chat about the movies arriving over the next four months.
This week's new DVD and Blu-ray releases include The Wedding Ringer, Inherent Vice, The Gambler, Mommy, Paddington and more, plus release dates for Kingsman, American Sniper and Chappie.
From the Interceptor to the Gigahorse, check out details and pictures of ten of the cars used in Mad Max: Fury Road.
Finally we have a full-sized look at the Indominus Rex from Jurassic World. She's the one everyone will be running from.
Will Seth MacFarlane enjoy the same success with Ted 2 he did with Ted or will this be A Million Ways to Die in the West all over again?
In 2002, director Doug Liman introduced us to Jason Bourne as the titular assassin was pulled from the waters of the Mediterranean and now we track his whereabouts as he seeks to remember who he is.
Get your first look at Kodi Smit-McPhee as the new Nightcrawler in X-Men: Apocalypse, plus a tweet from the film's set letting us know the year will be 1983.