Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell and Christian Bale star in The Big Short, based on the bestselling book by Michael Lewis. It’s a story about four outsiders who saw the global economic collapse coming… and bet on it.
Check out the revealing trailer following the jump. The Short opens in select theaters on December 11th, before going wide on December 23rd.
Watching LeBron James improvise on a basketball court can be a thing of beauty, but who’d have believed he was as quick with line improvs in front of a movie camera?
The truth is, he held his own with two improv masters – Amy Schumer and Bill Hader – during the filming of Trainwreck, and the proof is in the pudding. Or at least in the very NSFW video that follows the jump.
Check it out and enjoy. Trainwreck is in theaters now.
Michael Bay has made a movie about the Benghazi incident that got Hilary Clinton raked over the coals. A print crawl during the trailer declares ‘When everything went wrong six men had the courage to do what was right. This is a true story.’
13 Hours looks to be a rah-rah anthem to American patriotism – which, in and of itself is not a bad thing. I’m not sure turning an international tragedy that resulted in the death of an American ambassador to Libya into an action movie is the best idea, but Bay does make huge, clatteringly effective action movies.
Check out the trailer and decide for yourself whether 13 Hours is a good thing. 13 Hours will be in theaters on January 15th, 2016.
If you need proof that the stunts Tom Cruise performs in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation are real, just follow the jump for a brief behind-the-scenes clip dealing with that feature stunt from the movie – Cruise hanging off the airplane while in flight.
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation opens on July 31st.
Can’t wait to see more of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation? The five minutes of the new Tom Cruise thriller will run exclusively ahead of the screenings of Terminator: Genisys in its IMAX® screenings – beginning with the Thursday evening screening on June 30th.
Touted as the final film in the Paranormal Activity series, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’s first trailer is filled with chilling sequences – like the two girls on a twenty-year old VHS tape connecting with the brothers viewing it in the present; or the massive video camera with a whole bunch of extra functions.
Check it out after the break. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension will be in theaters on October 23rd.