I know I’m supposed to hate this thing on sight, but I don’t.
The cuts might come thick and fast but there’s nothing to stop you pausing the video…
Our first vague sense of how the Hunger Games series will cope without Gary Ross.
The MPAA have awarded The Conjuring an R-rating not for gore or violence – or sex or language, drug use or any of those other things – but for intensity.
Our first preview of the next Hobbit movie. How much Smaug will they tease?
Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives looks like just the sort of film where the foley artists would have to spend weeks ripping apart chicken carcasses, sometimes with their teeth. It looks brutal.
One bird mutates into another, there are some flames. And some whistling.
Fresh footage from this May’s Star Trek sequel with a still somewhat awkward sounding name.
Sofia Coppola’s next is a ripped-from-the-headlines story of young crooks in and around Hollywood and Calabasas in California. Emma Watson is the Bling Ring leader, robbing celebs’ houses while they’re out.
Promising to be rather distinct from the repeated plotlines of parts one and two, here’s our first look at the “epic conclusion to the Hangover trilogy.”
Here are some chiaroscuro portraits of Game of Thrones characters all set to some “observations” on the nature of chaos.
Also featuring James Franco, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride and more.
Featuring what seems like a pig in a pig mask.
From Paul Weitz, director of About a Boy.
It’s a different beast to the original online-only teaser.
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Rafe Spall, Rose Byrne, Stephen Merchant, Anna Faris and a lot of very good gags.