Watchmen is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we can’t whet our appetites with a clip or two; “Rescue” shows Nite Owl and Silk Spectre saving kids from a burning building.
If you liked Fanboys, get to know real Star Wars fans (and detractors) in The People vs. George Lucas, a documentary due out in 2010 which takes a grand tour of the Republic franchise.
Take the wicked visuals of 300, place them in ancient China and you’ll get The Storm Warriors, a martial arts/fantasy flick that should be pure heaven for fans of Hong Kong cinema.
The humans are the bad guys in Battle for Terra, an animated flick due out May 1st that pits us against some uber cutesy aliens; the plot is a mashup of Titan A.E., Wall-E and A Bug’s Life.
Night at the Museum 2 may not be sophisticated comedy, but there’s just something about historical figures, dinosaurs and biplanes lose in the Smithsonian that makes us grin ear to ear.
Our favorite cinematic spoilsports, The Fine Brothers, return for an encore performance: Movie Spoilers: Oscar Edition is an Academy Award-worthy followup to 100 Movie Spoilers.
On Blu-ray 5/12, Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection includes the six films from The Original Series, as well as a roundtable chat with Shatner, Nimoy, Stewart and Frakes.
Let the viral marketing begin: Skynet Research is fictional site promoting Terminator: Salvation, and is filled with all manner of robot products, testimonials and even a Facebook group.
Wondering what that gigantic wheeled robot was from the Transformers: RoTF trailer was? It’s apparently Demolishor, a Terex RH400 Excavator and the torso of Devastator.
Bart Got A Room is a coming of age comedy, minus the irritatingly beautiful teens; instead, you get a loser kid, a sexaholic dad and a mom who books a hotel room for her kid out of pity.
Put those dramamine pills away: above is the official, non-shaky cam trailer for Transformers 2. It expands on the teaser, with more robots, more boom, and more holy awesome.
Watchmen’s Tales of the Black Freighter gets a proper trailer, above; the hard rockin’ guitars and violently fluid artistic style are a throwback to cult animated classic Heavy Metal 2000.
The third cinematic version of a 1973 novel, The Taking of Pelham 123 is a hostage thriller with Denzel Washington and John Travolta at odds in a contemporary, post 9/11 setting.
Most of us have a love or hate relationship with Quentin Tarantino, and the purposely misspelled, Nazi-killin’ Inglourious Basterds promises to be no different; it’ll be in theaters 8/21.
Though unconfirmed, the pics above are possibly the first concrete shots of The Fallen and Devastator from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; both are surprisingly badass.
Gomorrah is a movie about the Camorra that critics say redefines the Mafia genre, effectively stripping out the romance of The Godfather; the last scene in the trailer above is chilling.
Part of an ongoing series of webisodes for the upcoming Watchmen movie, the video above focuses mainly on the special effects for the various inkblots on Rorschach’s mask.
With Snoop Dogg, Penn Jillette and Seth MacFarlane, Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder promises to take the series out with a bang; it’s the last of four straight-to-DVD movies.
Will Ferrell can be a polarizing actor, but we’re looking forward to his performance in Land of the Lost; he plays a time-traveling paleontologist. Best line: “Matt Lauer can eat it!”
Humans take on the role of space invaders in Planet 51, an animated movie with astronauts landing in an alien planet that looks a bit like 1950s America; it’s due out 11/20/09.
These 1960s-style paperback covers actually show off contemporary movies including Shaun of the Dead and Big; made by Mitch Ansara, they’re a funky blend of cinema and literature.
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