This week: L!fe Happens vs. What To Expect When You're Expecting, two romantic comedies about the awesome and not-so-awesome times that come with having babies.
Welcome to Thursday Trailer Face-Off, a feature in which we cast a critical eye on two similar upcoming film releases, pitting them against each other across a variety of categories to determine which is most deserving of your two hours. This week: The Avengers vs. Battleship, two summer blockbusters re-envisioning our childhood favorites for the big screen.
This week: The Bourne Legacy vs. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, two big-budget thrillers about what happens to men who murder in the service of their country.
This week: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston vs. Carol Channing: Larger Than Life, two documentaries about legends of decades past and the stars who still love them.
This week: Casa de mi Padre vs. The Dictator, two movies starring chameleon-like funny men taking on new ethnicities and probably insulting some people along the way.
This week: Alter Egos vs. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, two movies that dissect the meaning of the superhero with some cheap chuckles, dastardly villains, and hot ladies along the way.
This week: In the Land of Blood and Honey vs. Miss Bala, two movies set in wars past or ongoing, with women being tested well beyond their means.
Watch DAN ATTOE MAKES A PAINTING and fall into the live action world of artist Dan Attoe's mind, beast brawls and all.
This week: Haywire vs. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, two spy thrillers about betrayal, redemption, and lots and lots of violence in between.
After a few years of drama studies at Glasgow's Langside College and numerous roles on UK shows like Lip Service and Coronation Street, the world's longest-running soap opera, Iain De Caestecker has landed his first leading role as Paul Roberts in BBC's newest sci-fi series, The Fades.
This week: Snow White and the Huntsman vs. Mirror, Mirror, two films about what happens when the story of Snow White gets a live-action treatment.
The much-anticipated trailer for Gary Ross's film adaptation of The Hunger Games has arrived, here to restore some much-needed negativity in the world of fantasy film series.