As the leaves begin to change and the temperatures begin to cool, it's important to remember that autumn is good for more than just pumpkin-flavored everything. It's also the time of year to give thanks, and boy, are we thankful that the universe gifts us with a new Hunger Games film on Nov. 21.
In Mockingjay: Part 1, the third film based on Suzanne Collins' popular Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has...
The face of rebellion is back.
Lionsgate has released the first trailer for the next film in the Hunger Games series and it's up to Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) to save a nation. In the final book, which will be split into two movies, Katniss has escaped the Third Quarter Quell and has become the reluctant hero and symbol of hope for Panem.
"She won't be able to handle it, the games destroyed her," President Coin, played by Julianne Moore says in the trailer.
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Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels
Some things really never change.
The first trailer for Dumb and Dumber To is every bit as crass, absurd and distasteful as the original. But isn't that what we want?
Surprising celebrity roommates
Taking nostalgia to the extreme, Harry and Lloyd haven't changed one bit since we last saw them 20 years ago. Except for the fact that Harry discovers he has a long-lost daughter, which is really just an excuse for Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels to take their gross-out antics on the road again.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
X-Men: Days of Future Past combines two generations of mutants when Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) travels back in time to prevent an anti-mutant future from becoming reality.
But in the film's final trailer, it seems that convincing (the apparently not paralyzed) Xavier (James McAvoy) that he's actually is from the future — let alone to unite with his on-and-off rival Magneto (Michael Fassbender) — isn't exactly easy.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
As Admiral Ackbar would say, "It's a trap!"
In the new Hercules trailer, Dwayne Johnson, as the titular hero, and Hercules' army find themselves in the middle of an ambush. But instead of running in fear, the Greek hero flexes his muscles, dons his special lion headgear and does some Grade-A smack talk.
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"Look at me. Do I look afraid?" Hercules deadpans.
RZA, Paul Walker
A new trailer for Paul Walker's final completed film Brick Mansions has been released.
The late actor, who died in a car crash in November, plays Damien Collier, an undercover cop with a mission to avenge his father's death. Brick Mansions is a remake of the 2004 French film District B13 and will hit theaters April 25.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy is Marvel's first departure from its traditional comic book roster. Based on a popular franchise, the film's leads are a far cry from the clean-cut Golden Age Avengers. Most of them aren't even human.
Veronica Mars has always been about two things: LoVe and murder, both of which are front and center in the film's first theatrical trailer.
Though Veronica (Kristen Bell) is still with the adorable Piz (Chris Lowell), who has thankfully gotten a much-needed haircut, the former P.I. can't seem to fully shake her feelings for Logan (Jason Dohring).
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Godzilla is back — and bigger than ever!
In the first trailer for Godzilla, which will be released ahead of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the infamous kaiju is seen wreaking havoc and causing destruction on a level unseen in previous incarnations. But there are also puny humans in the trailer, too, portrayed by...
"It's not easy being mean." Those are the words of the frog Constantine in the upcoming Disney film Muppets Most Wanted, which hits theaters this spring. It seems that the master criminal bears a striking resemblance to another amphibian we may know: Kermit.