After getting pushed back from April to August 16, Open Road Films' Steve Jobs biopic "Jobs" now has its first theatrical trailer.
The two-minute clip begins with Ashton Kutcher as the Apple visionary in his younger years, a college dropout who was launching a soon-to-be iconic start-up out of his garage.
What started out as a fun post-Oscars gag on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" has turned into an equally hilarious music video.
During Tuesday's show, Kimmel unveiled the star-filled clip for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum," an overtly suggestive visual accompaniment to the song that Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum first debuted on "Kimmel" in February.
Brad Pitt can't be getting much sleep right now.
The 49-year-old actor is doing a frenzied press tour for his upcoming zombie thriller, "World War Z," jumping from London to Paris to Berlin to Atlanta, Georgia, within one week. And he didn't stop there.
Typically, the more installments a movie franchise has, the worse the flicks become.
But with the "Fast & Furious" series, it seems they've put out so many movies the franchise has come full circle to being great again. If you've dismissed "Fast & Furious 6" as nothing but a cheap attempt to milk the last out of a brand, you might want to think again.
Don't miss CNN's Summer Movie special this Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Even regular movie stars like Diane Keaton still like to kick back in a movie theater when the weather gets warmer - and with plenty of popcorn, while she's at it.
The actress told CNN that she's a stickler for heading to the cinema, rather than sitting and watching the newest release at home. "You take yourself out of the comfort zone where you can leave and come back, and you have to focus," the "Big Wedding" star said. (If you live in the L.A. area and want to have a Keaton sighting, among the many theaters she name-checked is the AMC Century City theater, "because I like the view. It's just fun to go to the movies."
Keaton's A-list contemporaries agree. With the industry's lucrative movie season getting underway this weekend, we asked several stars which summer flicks they're planning to see:
[Editor's Note: This post contains mild spoilers below.]
If you're going to see "The Hangover III," chances are you don't particularly care if critics think it's a waste of time. After all, you've hung in there for the first two movies, so you might as well cap it off with the third, right?
But according to many critics, that would be precisely the wrong thing to do.
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