We've gone over it in our heads a million times, but every time we think we get close to cracking the time paradoxical intricacies of "Looper," we lose it.
Thankfully, the folks over at Film.com have concocted this handy infographic to streamline the multiple timelines and help make some sense out of the complicated plot.
Click past the jump to see the full image.
Here's a fun fact: there's a new "Die Hard" movie coming out four months from now. Who would have guessed, right?
"A Good Day to Die Hard" hasn't exactly had quite the lead-up we would expect from the latest entry in the series, but then again, it's not 1990 anymore. We'll have to give Detective John McClane the benefit of the doubt here.
A new photo from the fifth film in the series popped up today over at Entertainment Weekly, and it shows McClane and son (Jai Courtney) getting ready for a fire fight.
Check out the full image after the jump!
It's bad enough watching a trailer for "Sinister." The new horror movie, which stars Ethan Hawke as a true crime author haunted by a box of old home videos, has terrorized us in the form of haunting previews, but those eventually end.
This exclusive cinemagraph, however, does not.
Taken from a scene in the film, the moving image shows Hawke's son during a night terror.
"Sinister" opens on October 12.
In "Wreck-It Ralph," a character from the early days of arcades decides to cast off his role as a villain and look for his place in other video games. One of those games takes Ralph to the much darker present of electronic entertainment, and that game is "Hero's Duty." Explore the world of "Hero's Duty" by clicking the image below.
As a part of the lead-up to "Wreck-It," MTV Movies Blog is pleased to bring you these exclusive photos from Level 3: "Hero's Duty," an arcade shooter that combines familiar sci-fi action elements from games like "HALO" and "Metroid." Suffice it to say, this is a much different game than what Ralph is used to.
In this world, Ralph meets a tough cast of characters, soldiers who have only known this type of game. There's Sergeant Tamor Jean Calhoun, voiced by "Glee"'s Jane Lynch, is a no-nonsense marine, tasked with informing the player how to take down Cy-Bugs, the deadly insect villains of "Hero's Duty."
Here's a nice thought to start off your day: At least you're not in this picture.
Yes, the first image from the upcoming "Scary Movie 5" brings together two of Hollywood's biggest troublemakers, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan, into one bed.
The movie is due out next April, and Sheen and Lohan will appear in the series' signature opening sequence.
"Scary Movie 5" opens in theaters April 19.
The more we've seen from "House at the End of the Street," the more we get the feeling that Jennifer Lawrence will be screaming a lot, and if she's not screaming, her character Elissa probably looks shocked, like in this new exclusive picture.
You may recognize this still from a scene in the trailer where Elissa's misunderstood new crush, played by this week's Hump Day Hottie, Max Thieriot, runs into a little trouble at school.
"House at the End of the Street" opens in theaters tomorrow, September 21.
Get ready to meet a whole new RoboCop.
Ever since Jose Padilha's remake of the 1987 cult classic was announced, we've known the movie was going to be different from the original. But we didn't know how different until ComingSoon.net released a new batch of set photos showing off the character's new suit. A hulking tower of metal no more, the new RoboCop armor looks like it could easily be something out of a Christopher Nolan movie, and that's definitely not a bad thing. It will be interesting to see how his new svelte look translates into the movie. It certainly could make RoboCop that much more intimidating.
Winter is coming, and with it the first still from "Game of Thrones" season three.
The image comes courtesy of HBO's Making Game of Thrones blog and shows an actor (with his back facing the camera unfortunately) filming a scene in Northern Ireland. The blog post says they're filming a very important fight between "two main protagonists" who become an "unexpected pairing" and that it is a "character-defining scene, for more than one who is involved, so it has to be done well."
We have a couple of theories about who it could be (Jaime and Brienne? Sandor Clegane and Beric Dondarrion? Arya and The Hound?) but the folks over at HBO aren't spilling anything. Fortunately, that's why we have actors. After the jump you can read a bit more about season three, straight from the lips of Gendry.
The art of bounty hunting is a time-honored tradition and one that will get thrust back into the spotlight with Quentin Tarantino's new film "Django Unchained" coming out this Christmas.
As we get closer to the release date, it's probably worth considering brushing up on your bounty hunting knowledge. You wouldn't want to be inspired by the work of Django and Dr. Schultz and then not know the first thing about the trade.
Thankfully, a new infographic popped up on the "Django Unchained" Facebook page that gives you a brief history lesson on the noble profession.
Guns? Check. Muscles? Check. Pouting? Triple check.
"Fast Six" is just about a month into production, and it looks like our favorite illegal road-racers are ready for a big fight.
Vin Diesel has posted some of first official pictures from the film to his Facebook page (via The Playlist). We're not sure what Diesel and the characters played by Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson are heading off to in these pictures, but they certainly look ready for war.
"Proud of Our team," Diesel wrote on his official Facebook. "You really see the difference in the finished product when everyone, from crew to cast is striving to make magic. Blessed."