Monthly Archives: April 2014



Paramount Pictures have dropped a new version of the previously-released trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that showcases all of the turtles faces, including a shot of one skateboarding.

This new teaser offers up a much better look at Leonardo (Pete Ploszek/Johnny Knoxville), Michelangelo (Noel Fisher), Donatello (Jeremy Howard), and Raphael (Alan Ritchson),

David Spade Confirms JOE DIRT 2


The acerbic comedian and former “Saturday Night Live” star David Spade participated in a Reddit AMA this morning, where he revealed that a Joe Dirt sequel is going to happen…eventually.

It is obvious that many fans barraged him with praise for his critically-hated comedy that’s now 13 years old and Spade said that

THE WOLVERINE 3 will be Hugh Jackman’s Last


While speaking to SFX magazine, Hugh Jackman claims that he and director James Mangold are currently looking at Mark Millar‘s comic ‘Old Man Logan‘ as an inspiration for the third Wolverine solo movie, which is currently in development and set for a March 3rd, 2017 release with David James Kelly writing the script.

THE SINISTER SIX Line-Up Announced?

sinister-six-villains had the idea that all you had to do is to use the Shazam app on your smart phone and you’ll unlock the The Amazing Spider-Man 2 end credits video — the already-released song “It’s On Again,” by Alicia Keys (featuring Kendrick Lamar) — and the images reveal the villain line-up for The Sinister Six spin-off!

The STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Cast Announced!


The cast of Star Wars: Episode VII has officially been announced and will include Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and more!

Here it is in full from

THE STRAIN Latest Teaser

Since this is a trailer teaser, there’s not much to show, but every new teaser gets you more excited for this FX’s series, based off the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan.

The 13-episode first season premieres this July.



Here’s the first trailer for director David Wain’s (Wet Hot American Summer) rom-com spoof They Came Together, starring Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, and co-written by Wain and frequent collaborator Michael Showalter.

Wain‘s latest feature in the vein of Wet Hot also stars Ed Helms, Cobie Smulders, Christopher Meloni,