After a few months of questioning when we would all see the Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher that debuted at Sundance in January, "Jobs" now has a release date and a first trailer (via Yahoo! Movies) to boot.
The trailer certainly evokes memories of the recent tech start-up story, "The Social Network," but the emphasis here seems to be on Jobs' arch, from the company's beginnings with Steve Wozniak to his eventual return after being booted from the company.
One of the world's greatest childhood memories is coming to life next year in an action filled animation called "The LEGO Movie." "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are teaming up again for another charming animation that's perfect for the whole family.
The film unites some of the world's greatest heroes in a quest to save the world from mass destruction.
The latest trailer for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" finally gives us a look at footage from the sequel, and just about all we can say is "Super duper!"
We're also getting our first taste of the continuing story of the Channel 4 News Teams. Ron, Brick, Champ, and Brian are getting back together to form a 24-hour news network. Also, it's the 80s. So there's that too.
For a sequel whose original is held in such high regard, especially within the fraternities on college campuses, "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" certainly looks like it's living up to the high expectations.
We're going to have to wait a while, though, until we get to see the whole thing. "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" hits theaters on December 20.
Disney Animation has seen somewhat of a return to form after finding massive success with "Tangled" and "Wreck-It Ralph" (and without having to slap a Pixar logo in front of the movie). Now the studio is once again going back to the fairy tale well for their latest effort, the icy adventure "Frozen," starring Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, and Idina Menzel.
"Frozen" tells the story of two sisters. Anna (Bell) must find her sister Elsa (Menzel) in order to free the world from an eternal winter.
Anna is joined on her journey by a snowman, that you can see in the preview below, and a man named Kristoff, played by "Glee's" Jonathan Groff.
Check out the teaser for Disney's "Frozen" after the jump!
For years, Vin Diesel has been struggling to get another movie made about the character originally from "Pitch Black," who was then featured in his own spin-off, "The Chronicles of Riddick." When the "Fast & Furious" star got his third sci-fi thriller off the ground, things were largely quiet on the "Riddick" front for a long time.
In the past few months, Diesel has slowly pulled the curtain back on his R-rated personal project that also stars Karl Urban and future "Guardians of the Galaxy" star Dave Bautista. The first preview and now the newly release international trailer seem to promise a kick-ass sci-fi adventure that looks to be as badass as Diesel has been promising all along.
We understand that there's a new baby and an album on the way this week, but the trailer for "The Wolf of Wall Street" is the best Kanye West-related thing this week.
The first preview for Martin Scorsese's trip back to the decadence of 90s Wall Street premiered online in the wee hours of the morning, and it's everything we hope for from a pairing of the legendary director and current favorite collaborator, Leonardo DiCaprio.
The trailer takes a look at the insanity — and little person throwing — that went down before everything fell apart.
Apart from the promising premise and outrageous tone of the preview, "The Wolf of Wall Street" also brings together two actor who are in the middle of the career high-points. Seeing DiCaprio and Matthew McConaughey on-screen together may end up being one of the treasures of 2013 at the movies.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" opens in theaters on November 15.
Don Jon, the title character in Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, is a total man's man and knows a dime when he sees one. He's got his regular group of boys, a sweet ride — oh, and a serious porn addiction.
The film made a big splash in January at the Sundance Film Festival, and now "Don Jon" is heading to theaters on October 18. In the lead-up to the premiere, a new TV spot for the movie is premiering at Spike TV's Guys' Choice Awards, airing tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT.
The man, JGL himself, will also be on hand to present the award for Most Manticipated Movie of the summer to his DC Comics brother-in-arms, "Man of Steel."
The first preview for a movie that's sure to be in the awards mix later this year, "Diana," just debuted over at MSN UK. The biopic about the life and times of Princess Diana stars Naomi Watts, who is just coming off of an Academy Award nomination for her work in "The Impossible."
The movie has "award bait" written all over it, especially considering Watts' recent nomination and the director, Oliver Hirschbiegel, who directed the Hitler drama "Downfall" and the forgettable "Body Snatchers" redo, "The Invasion."
One of the most highly anticipated, but oddly elusive films of the past year is without a doubt the English-language debut from the director of "The Host" (monster, not aliens), Joon-ho Bong, "Snowpiercer."
The film stars Chris Evans, Tild Swinton, Jamie Bell, and Octavia Spencer as riders on a train that contains the last remaining survivors of a global warming experiment gone horribly, horribly wrong.
The first trailer for "Snowpiercer" just debuted for international markets, since it is still without a U.S. release date. Check out the preview below and let us know what you think.
Not sure if you saw it, but a massive, exciting, fantastic trailer for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" debuted online today. (If you haven't seen it, you can check it out in our player below!) While there's a lot to talk about, some things in particular have our nerdy hearts pumping.
Click past the jump to read all about the five reveals that have us dying for December 13, which is only six months and two days away!