Jason Bateman stars and makes his directorial debut with Bad Words, where a 40 year old loser enters the National Spelling Bee due to a loophole and attempts to beat his child competitors for the big prize.
Dominic Cooper plays a prosecutor who is involved in a hit and run but another man (Samuel L Jackson) is accused of the crime. Cooper drops the case but realizes that Jackson was trying to murder the victim and is then framed for a second murder by Jackson in the upcoming thriller, Reasonable Doubt.
The directing collective Radio Silence from VHS is back for a full length found footage horror movie, Devil’s Due, where a young recently married couple is getting ready for their first child but things quickly get out of hand when it seems like the baby might be the Antichrist.
When Mt. Vesuvius erupts, gladiator Milo must fight his way through the city to rescue his love, Columba, and escape before the entire city is destroyed by ash and lava in Paul WS Anderson’s upcoming historical action epic, Pompeii.
After the death of Leonidas and his Spartans, Greece must unite against the hordes of Xerxes or be conquered, especially when he unleashes his ruthless naval commander, Artemisia.
AMC heads to the Revolutionary War for their newest series, Turn, starring Jamie Bell as a member of the Culper spy ring performing espionage against the British at the height of the war.
Danny Trejo’s Frank “Bad Ass” Vega is back next year for Bad Asses, getting backup from Danny Glover to take down a drug lord that killed one of Frank’s boxing proteges.
Zoe Bell is one of about a dozen women kidnapped and forced to fight to the death in a mysterious underground competition in Raze, coming in January next year.
Darren Aronofsky is looking to deliver an epic movie experience next Spring with Noah, as Russell Crowe stars as the biblical figure who is given a vision of an impending apocalypse and sets out to build an ark to save his family and gather two of every animal to repopulate the Earth.
If this new trailer for the LEGO movie doesn’t fill you with nerdy joy and anticipation, you are dead to us.