Bond gets his mother figure while Superman just gets a distinguished-looking army dude.
Killing bosses and Kevin James visiting T.G.I. Fridays with a gorilla.
It’s worth the trip to get your first look at ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ season two.
You’re next, Donkey Kong.
He’ll play Kenny’s new friend. Is Stevie Janowski f***in’ out??
His talent for filming women embarrassing themselves is really paying off.
This film is about “party-happy mercenaries.” That’s all you really need to know.
It’s a terrible, life-altering condition, and Nathan Fillion wants you to know there’s a cure.
Melissa McCarthy is a full-fledged Apatow player and Leatherface meets his cousin.
Whether you like tires or you be trippin’, we got ya covered.
Packed with your TV favorites. And ‘Twilight’.
The ‘Limitless’ director will totally helm a video game adaptation.
I’m really not seeing any family resemblance.
It’s… Well… It’s pretty much just that.
A whole slew of Comic-Con announcements will serve 5% of you very well and frustrate the balance of you guys.
It’s a movie about Jamaica produced by Seth Rogen. Think it’s gonna have some weed in it?
Walt gets dangerous in this extended look at the new season.
I like the part where he shoots the gun.
And turn that damn phone off, too.
James Franco is going to pull a rabbit out of her.
‘What to Expect…’ takes another poor soul, while J.B. and Rachel bring the funny to a couple actual comedies.
Give ‘em a gander.
I’m looking forward to a twist on ‘Secretary’ featuring a very game Ellie Kemper.
We think you’re more than just a fat guy who runs into things.
Charlie Sheen was not available.
The pair will be time-traveling AND ghostbusting in the film ‘Seven Below’.
He’s probably totally in the familiar artistic struggle of doing something new and original versus making $100 million.
Can a Jane Austen project work without zombies?
Dracula is going to sound like a buffoon.