Mariah Carey has fulfilled her destiny to play a superstar named Kitty (not to be confused with Boo Boo Kitty) on Empire. Here she is in the season 3 teaser, in which Luscious returns to his slicked back Temptations hairdo and Cookie runs the world. I don’t know what’s going on here. But “I know we still good” because…
Rings has been getting teased like crazy, especially on director Javier Gutierrez’s Instagram account, where he seems to be documenting every delay and set back to the continuation of the spooky franchise.
Things didn’t work out for Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, so Cage has moved uptown. Like many comic book super heroes before him, he’s here to clean up the neighborhood.
Rory and Lorelai are back, shooting the shit in Stars Hollow. Noted set design investigator Bobby Finger observed that they have sat down to a meal of what looks like a family sized pack of toasted Pop Tarts arranged on a platter. It’s gonna be a great four episode (or possibly more!) stint.
This is just a teaser trailer for Moana, but Disney’s new Pacific Islander Princess doesn’t have much of a role in it.
AbFab’s classic palette of foibles has found its match in the fashion world, and the much-anticipated film features a host of glamorous cameos: Kate Moss, of course, whose search for a new PR comprises the story’s central dilemma, but also Stella McCartney, Jon Hamm (HAMM!) and Rebel Wilson.
The fifth season of Veep comes in the middle of an election year and why no it doesn’t at all resemble America’s real-life political hijinks. Picking up from last season’s finale, Selina Meyer and the crew deal with the aftermath of a tied election.
If you saw Finding Nemo (and all of us did), you’ll agree that Dory, the very confused fish with severe memory problems, was the breakout star. Now, after years of waiting, Dory’s finally got her own movie, and it looks like it’s going to reduce every member of the audience to a sad sack of tears when it comes out in…
In just two weeks, Olivia Pope and her zany crew of justice-keeping assassins returns with the new season of Scandal on September 24. Till then, here’s a not at all ambiguous 30-second trailer. Plus, some predictions.
This November, the final Hunger Games movie will burn a path of destruction through your movie theater, starting with a midnight premiere and blazing through the holiday season. The first official trailer for the film is here and, while it’s epic, it’s also kind of tiring.
Gaspar Noé’s forthcoming film Love, which premiered at Cannes last month, has already been hailed as “the most sexually explicit film of the year,” featuring a boatload of graphic, unsimulated sex in 3D. Which is especially potent, apparently, when one of the actors ejaculates directly at the camera.
A second main trailer for Entourage has arrived and fittingly it's a Hollywood hand job of cameos. Following the initial teaser, this one features every single man on Earth, including Bob Saget, Liam Neeson, T.I., Tom Brady, Gary Busey, Andrew Dice Clay and Mark Wahlberg.
"If there's a cure for this, I don't want it," croons Diana Ross in the trailer for the final hurrah of Mad Men. Yes, we are deeply embedded in the '70s and the fashion will not let you forget it.
After much teasing, the trailer for the Entourage movie is here. Vince, Turtle, E and Johnny Drama have reunited. There's Sloan. There's Ari, off his anger meds. And there's our BFF Lloyd.
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"20 years is a long time, for anybody. Let alone a buncha dorks jumping around on stage, singing and dancing," A.J. McLean remarks near the end of the trailer for Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of, a few plumes of (weed?) smoke escaping from the corners of his mouth. Okay, this looks good.
There's another trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey. Except, wait—it's actually a 15-second trailer for another trailer that will premiere next week during Scandal. Considering Fitz and Olivia are now roughly as annoying as Ana and Christian, that sounds about right!
"I don't feel like doing funny movies anymore. I don't feel funny." This is what Chris Rock says in the trailer for his film, Top Five, which features ultimate art-imitating-life meta moments.
If we weren't all in before, Hollywood is forcing us to be all in now, via the latest movie in the Step Up franchise, Step Up: All In. While the IMDB page for the movie declares that the "Plot [is] unknown," the trailer indicates that yes, there will be dancing.
Though the last trailer for Grace of Monaco starring Nicole Kidman made it seem like the movie was going to be all boring and no play, Warner Brothers has really upped the ante in this new, longer look at the film. She loves her husband! But she's frustrated! Ah, beauty, fame and power! But family is all that's…