Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, the dynamic duo in The Spy Who Dumped Me, give us a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, and the real-life friendship between the two stars.
Producer Peter Jackson and the cast and crew of the upcoming sci-fi fantasy epic Mortal Engines discuss the movie in this new video featurette.
The cast and crew of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again talk about pop superstar Cher’s addition to the outstanding ensemble cast of the musical film.
Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin talk about the secret underworld of cartels and provide more details on the plot of Sicario: Day of the Soldado.
This recently released tribute video showcases a collection of dancing scenes from a variety of movies over the last few decades, in an ode to one of cinema’s more popular motifs.
Chris Nolan, one of the greatest living directors of the modern age, and his films get a funny Honest Trailers treatment.
Disney’s latest entry into the expanding Star Wars universe of films topped the Australian box office over its opening weekend, however, it failed to meet expectations domestically, as well as globally.
Popular film and television actor Joe Manganiello is set to make his first ever Australian convention appearance at the 2018 Oz Comic-Con in Melbourne.
Star Wars fans and fans of the hit TV series Arrested Development will enjoy this new parody intro for A New Hope in the signature Arrested Development style, narrated by none other than Ron Howard.
Edgar Wright’s popular film Baby Driver gets the Honest Trailer treatment, which pokes fun at some the film’s themes and characters.
The fan and critic favourite Marvel film Thor: Ragnarok gets a funny Honest Trailer, that shows it’s hard to make fun of a film that doesn’t take itself very seriously.
The Justice League Honest Trailer has just dropped, highlighting the disappointing DC film’s many faults in a humorous fashion.
Aldo Jones is back with another hilarious Weird Trailer, with the upcoming Marvel mega-epic film, Avengers: Infinity War getting the treatment this time.
With 13 Oscar nominations (14 as of the upcoming 2018 awards), Roger Deakins is the greatest cinematographer to have never won an Academy Award.