Ant-Man looks good from its trailers, so hopefully it won't be a disappointment. But even Ant-Man knows what he should be doing instead of trying to take on everything himself. 'I think our first move should - be calling the Avengers.' Check it out:
Jason Statham won't be starring in the next Transporter movie, because it just got rebooted. Ed Skrein will take over the mantle and hopefully he delivers as much action as Statham did. Here's the latest trailer below:
Morgan Freeman is back in yet another movie, and you're only wondering why isn't he in Magic Mike XXL? Or is he? (No he's not.) Anyway, this trailer below is for the very explosive 'London Has Fallen.' Check it out below:
The marketing engine for Ant-Man has been turning quite intensely this week. Here's another clip for the film, showing off just how Ant-Man has to learn how to use his new found powers. Check it out below:
Michael Fassbender may not look anything like Steve Jobs, but he's a good actor, and he might just be able to pull this off. Directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin, this should be quite interesting. Check it out below:
Will Ant-Man be a big hit? Marvel has started releasing some snippets of the film and it looks pretty good actually. Could it be this year's sleeper hit like how Guardians of the Galaxy was? Check out the clip below:
Arnold's back, and here's the latest trailer for Terminator: Genisys. It features a scene of Arnold breaking out of jail. Will it be any good? Better than all other previous Terminator sequels? We're hoping!
There's another new trailer out for Spectre, the 24th installment of James Bond, and it might be more badass than the last. In fact, it could be the best ever, judging from the trailer. Check it out below:
Ridley Scott has a new movie coming out called 'The Martian,' and it's got a stellar cast involved. Here, in the latest promo, Matt Damon introduces the crew that will be embarking on a mission greater than we've ever imagined.
Macbeth gets made into a movie, and it will star Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. But it gets an upgrade because this show looks more like the movie version of Game of Thrones. Check out the trailer below:
Another Mission: Impossible movie is coming to you and it looks just like every other one that's ever come out: fantastic!!! It'll be jam-packed with action, as usual, and this is the fifth installment of the action spy series and will star Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Alec Baldwin and Ving Rhames.