Woody Allen, still standing accused of sexually abusing his adoptive daughter, still making movies with Academy Award nominees. In his next film, Irrational Man, Emma Stone, his latest muse/obsession, plays a college student who falls for her professor (Joaquin Phoenix). Gotta love those relevant power dynamics.
If you haven't had your fill of postapocalyptic movies this year, you're in luck: Left Behind is coming out in October. And it takes place during the actual Biblical apocalypse.
There's a new red band trailer out for Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West, and I'm inclined to say against my better judgment that this movie might actually be kind of funny.
The new Asian trailer for the Godzilla reboot was released on Monday, and it's already fulfilling everyone's hopes and dreams for an awesome monster movie.
The new trailer for The Fault in Our Stars is out, and it seems to exist mostly to assure book fans that it's not veering off track. It looks like the cigarette metaphor, the cheesy support-group leader, and Hazel's explanation of love as being like sleep all made the cut.
The trailer for Richard Linklater's new drama is out today, and the movie looks amazing. Boyhood follows the titular boy, Mason, from ages six to eighteen as he navigates his parents' divorce, being the new kid, and other struggles of growing up.
The trailer for the new season of Orange Is the New Black was released Thursday, and it looks like things are about to get intense. Well, more intense than usual.
If what you want in a 19th century Western is a good vagina joke and Sarah Silverman waxing poetic about hand jobs and balls, then you'll love Seth McFarlane's upcoming film A Million Ways to Die in the West.
The trailer for Disney's new Maleficent has been released and it'll surely scare the ever-loving shit out of small girls accustomed to nice princess films. It'll also confuse adults who remember Maleficent as the purely evil woman who, when not invited to a party, decided to kill the only daughter of a fertility-challenged couple.
The 30th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival is finally here and stars from around the world are flocking to Park City, Utah in the hopes of being seen seeing movies. This year the Sundance Institute, an organization "dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences," will debut films starring newly discovered artists like Paul Rudd, Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Lithgow, and Michael Fassbender.
No need to make dinner reservations or even shower this Valentine's Day as Netflix's second season of House of Cards will be released Feb. 14. The trailer was released today with a promising synopsis:
Just in time to sneak into Oscar nominations, the boys are back, this time at 22 Jump Street. Everyone is white boy wasted, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill can't stop hugging, and Rob Riggle does his best Saturday Night Live Scared Straight.