The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1: New Footage!
Peeta is alive.
Peeta is alive.
Fury is set in 1945. It stars Brad Pitt as an army sergeant in command of a Sherman tank, stuck behind enemy lines with a five-person crew.
Their mission is to strike a strong blow right in the heart of of Nazi Germany... but did the film strike a positive chord with the film critics of America?
Sadly, the only saying will ring true for Katniss Everdeen next month:
She really can't go home again. At least not to the home in which she was raised.
Twentieth Century Fox reportedly paid Liam Neeson $20 million for Taken 3, so there's a lot of pressure on the 62-year-old Hollywood veteran to use his "particular set of skills" to do what he does best: Namely, cracking skulls and packing audiences into the theater.
Now that the film's first trailer has been released, we can safely say Neeson is still very capable of performing at least one of those feats.
Did you catch the first official Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 trailer?
Intense stuff, right? Brutal? Serious? Suspenseful? Intriguing? Not exactly any sort of romantic film with comedic aspirations, correct?
It is here. And it is AWESOME!
Did you think the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer was sexy, or unintentionally funny and awkward? Reactions were mixed online, though there's little doubt how these people feel.
A group of senior citizens known on YouTube as "The Elders" react to the trailer in the video below, and their feedback is as hilarious and cringe-worthy as you'd expect:
Ready to join the party, 1Ders?
Following a brief One Direction concert movie trailer released over the summer, the hottest boy band around has now come out with a full-length version.
Lifetime's biopic about Brittany Murphy hasn't even aired yet (set your DVR for September 6!) but is already under fire from Murphy's father, Angelo Bertolotti.
Slamming the project in a recent interview, Bertolotti called the casting "atrocious" and disputed the validity of ... well, anything teased in the below trailer:
We have a feeling the Parents Television Council may have less of a problem with the following version of the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer than they had with the original.
That's because it involves kittens.
The first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer was released last month, and it was either titillating, unintentionally funny or just plain vanilla, depending on your point of view.
This parody is none of the above, but darned if it isn't just as fun if not more to watch the Fifty Shades trailer audio layered over clips from the movie Frozen.
For those of us of a certain age, Saved by the Bell was on TV pretty much round-the-clock during our formative years.
This was before the Internet, of course. Our entertainment options were limited, and so Zack, Kelly, and (to a lesser extent) Screech helped guide us through the rocky waters of adolescence.