Todd Phillips' new behind-the-scenes photos from the set of "The Hangover 3" show that this movie is going to be a fitting departure for our favorite wolf pack.
The director created an Instagram account to upload shots of the new movie while he and stars Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms are shooting it. But, while looking through the images and admiring Galifianakis' excellent use of double denim, we couldn't help noticing a few other familiar faces as well.
Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong and John Goodman all can be spotted on set filming "The Hangover 3." While Goodman's role had previously been rumored, this is the first we've seen of his antagonist character. Following his excellent stint in "Argo," we can't wait to see what Goodman can do in "The Hangover 3."
Another day, another reason to be excited for "The Hobbit." Did you think you were allowed to be distracted by this weekend's release of "Skyfall"? No way! A whole bunch of new promotional material for the upcoming Peter Jackson film has made its way online, and it continues to tease us without giving too much away.
First up are the four new posters that you can see above. These images don't show us anything we don't already know, but they do pinpoint some of the key scenes we can expect to see in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey." Whether it be Bilbo's first meeting with the dwarves or his run-in with some wolves, these are moments that fans of "The Hobbit" can obsess over and wonder how Jackson is going to translate to the big screen.
We knew the latest "The Last Stand" trailer was going to win us over from the moment it opened with Johnny Knoxville, Luis Guzman, and Matt Saracen shooting a slab of raw meat. From there on out, the trailer turns into one hilariously epic thrill ride.
By now, you should know the basic premise for Jee-woon Kim's English directorial debut. When the most notorious kingpin around escapes from his FBI prisoner convoy and makes a break for the Mexican border, it's up to Arnold Schwarzenegger, who plays the sheriff in a sleepy border town, to stop him. Shoot outs, explosions and car chances then ensue.
If that sounds too boring to you, then
we probably shouldn't be friends this probably isn't your kind of movie. But this new trailer for "The Last Stand" proves that Genesis Rodriguez was right when she told us it is the movie we want it to be.
Mark Wahlberg and Michael Bay have clearly hit it off working on "Pain and Gain," because they're now going to be working a new film together. Back in October, Michael Bay stated that the new project won't be "Transformers 4," but it turns out that he might have spoken too soon.
Since "Transformers 4" will replace the franchise's original cast with a slew of new actors, many had hoped Bay would be casting Wahlberg in his new movie. But while the project that they're working on now is something else entirely, Bay wrote on his website that the passionate fan response has forced him reconsider his stance on not having Wahlberg in "T4."
Dominic Cooper has got a need... a need to be in the "Need for Speed" movie.
He's the latest actor to consider joining the upcoming video game adaptation that is going to be based on EA's popular game franchise. Variety has the news, reporting that the "Captain America: The First Avenger" star is in talks for a role in the movie.
He'll be joining Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots in the film, which we're guessing is going to feel like something out of the "Fast and the Furious" series. Though it's not going to be based on one game in particular, it's been reported that "Need for Speed" is going to stay very true to the franchise that it's based on.
What better way to celebrate Election Day than by taking a trip down memory lane to 19th century Russia. With a week and a half to go until "Anna Karenina" hits US theaters in limited release, we have been treated with five new clips from the upcoming Leo Tolstoy adaptation.
The clips range in tone from comedic to dramatic and romantic, and touch on most things in between. Director Joe Wright seems to be able to jump between the different scenes with ease, but it remains to be seen whether or not they work together as a whole.
It's become increasingly clear that "The Expendables" is the movie franchise that Sylvester Stallone wants to focus all of his attention on, and we're totally okay with that. That's why it didn't come as much of a surprise when Stallone set the record straight about the status of the upcoming "The Expendables 3" to El Pais. According to him, all systems are a go.
"We are preparing the film with the same passion and commitment as the previous two. We have confirmed Nicolas Cage, a master actor who gives a veneer intellectual group," he said. "Hopefully we can realize to Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes and Mickey Rourke. That is the great mission of the producer."
It's been more than six months since "The Muppets 2" was officially announced, and details have slowly trickled in about the project ever since. We've known that James Bobin and Nicholas Stoller have been working on a script and that Jason Segel won't be involved, but we don't know much more beyond the fact that Christoph Waltz will be playing an Interpol agent in the film.
We still might not know much about the plot "The Muppets 2," but thanks to Collider we have a better idea of what the film movie consist of. The outlet had the opportunity to speak with "The Muppets" producer Todd Lieberman recently and got a few status updates on the project.
We've reached a high point in cinematic history, everyone. There's a new movie coming out called "Sharknado," and it's about exactly what it sounds like.
The Asylum is shopping a movie around the American Film Market this week that is a high concept monster-meets-disaster movie. Yes, it is about a bunch of sharks who get caught in a storm and wreak havoc on the world. Probably not the best timing for this announcement considering a Miss Hurricane Sandy who recently devastated the east coast, but clearly this movie is meant to be taken with a grain of salt.
We still have a week until "Skyfall" opens on US shores, but the newest Bond film is already breaking records overseas.
The Sam Mendes-directed flick has managed to overtake the opening week record in the UK that was previously set by "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2." That film made $57.6 million in the seven days after its debut, while "Skyfall" has managed to rake in $59.9 million.
The fact that "Skyfall" has managed to trump Britain's other beloved film franchise should be proof that this movie is as great as we've been hearing it is. "Skyfall" currently has a 95 percent positive score on Rotten Tomatoes, and critics have said it's one of the best of the 007 series.