Simon Phoenix talk to himself. A lot.
Javier Bardem’s character in No Country for Old Men wasn’t just a cold-blooded psychopath; he was also very socially awkward.
Now you can see them all in one video!
Three new TV spots include a Hot Tamales mascot Red Skull asking Steve Rogers an important question.
Three examples of awesome fan-made tribute videos.
In 8 new clips, you’ll see how Hal Jordan learns to fly, thanks to the help of Fish Chicken McGee – among other things.
Why watch TV at all when you can get all the movie commercials right here in this post?
Movie characters don’t mince their words.
The big takeaway from these videos is that some unfortunate stuff is going down in Gotham.
Bloody shark attacks seem so much less disturbing when set to upbeat music.
Kristen Wiig, kindly let Mr. Hamm “drive the bus.”
Every alien movie ever made in just four minutes.
The ride has 52 different simulations, and many of them are not prequels-based.
In case Schwarzenegger’s secret kid is pushing the ‘Super 8′ kids temporarily out of your head, here’s some more preview stuff.
There are no Autobots or Decepticons, but there are Duhamel-borgs.
Imagine if ‘I Am Sam’ grew up, became a rock star, then hunted Nazis. Your brain hurts, doesn’t it?
Children are such scaredy cats when it comes to guys with bloody faces pointing guns at them.
The softer side of ‘Drive’.
New TV Spots for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2′ and ‘X-Men: First Class’: Muggles vs. Mutants.
No wonder Sean Penn turned out so messed up.
In case you didn’t know by now, the big takeaway from this clip is “don’t eff with the X-Men.”
Remember how angry Paul Giamatti got about Merlot in ‘Sideways’? Now it’s time for a new celebrity to freak out in a new Alexander Payne movie: Mr. George Clooney.
Not all sandwiches are created equal.
Bill Paxton’s greatest lines mash-up.
There has always been man, and there have always been vampires.
Let’s all play!
The Fett is a hardened killer. Shit like this doesn’t phase him anymore.
Just how many cars were destroyed, director Justin Lin?
We know that ‘The Avengers’ movie takes place in modern times, so at some point, Captain America will have to jump from the 40s to today… but when?