Seven new character posters for Star Trek Into Darkness have dropped. Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Benedict Cumberbatch star.
Star Trek Into Darkness Clip: Saving Spock
The first clip for Star Trek Into Darkness has dropped. The film premieres May 17.
Star Wars in 60 Seconds: New Cartoon Sums it Up
A new series of cartoons called "Speedruns" boil epic films down into 60 second cartoons. The latest edition is of Star Wars Episode IV.
Oblivion On Top: Weekend Box Office Report
Oblivion opened this weekend in first place. Check out the full weekend box office report.
After Earth Release Date Pushed Forward to May 31
The release date for After Earth has been pushed forward a week. The M. Night Shyamalan sci-fi thriller will now premiere May 31.
Star Trek Into Darkness Promo: Benedict Cumberbatch Issues a Threat
Benedict Cumerbatch issues a threat to Kirk in this new promo for Star Trek Into Darkness. J.J. Abrams directs the sequel.
Oblivion Review: Tom Cruise Takes Off
Oblivion is a Tom Cruise movie, sure... but in fact it is truly all about filmmaker Joseph Kosinski. The Morgan Freeman starring movie, the Movie Fanatic Oblivion review reports, is a decent beginning to the summer movie season.
Star Trek Into Darkness Still: Benedict Cumberbatch is...
Benedict Cumberbatch is featured in a new still from Star Trek Into Darkness. Cumberbatch plays the villain, being called "John Harrison."
Oblivion: Olga Kurylenko Says “Bond School” Got Her Action Savvy
Oblivion has star Olga Kurylenko flying upside down and all around with Tom Cruise, but she was ready for the action. The former bond girl cut her teeth kicking ass in Quantum of Solace.
Star Trek Into Darkness Poster: Captain Kirk
Captain Kirk is the subject of the new character poster for Star Trek Into Darkness. The film premieres May 17.
Star Trek Into Darkness: Final Trailer Teases Khan?
The final trailer has premiered for Star Trek Into Darkness. J.J. Abrams' sequel to Star Trek lands May 17.
Oblivion: Morgan Freeman Says in His Future "We Would All Live in Trees"
Morgan Freeman tells us he first met Tom Cruise over two decades ago and has always dreamed of partnering with him onscreen. Oblivion came along and allowed Freeman to achieve his dream of starring with Cruise.