Jackie Chan leads a band of misfits on a train robbery against a Japanese train during World War II to get their supply of food to people who need it in the upcoming action/comedy Railroad Tigers.
Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot are a glamorous couple who move into a normal suburban neighborhood but their new neighbors Jeff (Zach Galifianakis) and Karen (Isla Fisher) find out they are secretly spies and get drawn into their latest mission.
Hard partying grandpa Robert De Niro tricks his uptight grandson Zac Efron into driving him down to Spring Break in next year’s Dirty Grandpa.
If you combined Last Action Hero and Scream, you would most likely get the Sundance hit The Final Girls, which is coming to theaters and VOD in October.
If there’s some sort of school or academy that has a drug problem, Schmidt & Jenko are probably the guys you want infiltrating undercover to stop it, as long as they don’t get distracted by bro problems.
Justin Long plays a successful podcaster in Kevin Smith’s latest film Tusk, who heads to Canada to interview a mysterious man but is drugged instead and learns he’s going to be surgically changed into a walrus.
The trio of Nick, Kurt and Dale are back with another misguided criminal plot, this time kidnapping the son of an investor who rips them off when they try to start their own business.
After scoring a massive hit with Ted, Seth MacFarlane follows it up with the western comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Are there a million laughs as well?
The cable channels that know drama and comedy revealed what they have in the works for the Fall season, like The Transporter, cop spoof Angie Tribeca and The Librarians, based on the trilogy of TNT original movies.
Fox has a bunch of new dramas like the trippy looking Wayward Pines, Ancient Egyptian set Hieroglyph and BBC remake Gracepoint but also comedies like Mulaney, starring, obviously, John Mulaney.