STX Entertainment has released the final trailer for Den of Thieves, which stars Gerard Butler, 50 Cent, O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Pablo Schreiber.
The movie follows the intersecting stories of members of a unit of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department and a group of bank robbers planning a massive heist. You can find some more info and check out the new trailer below.
Melissa McCarthy is incredibly funny, and she is the crown jewel of every Paul Feig film she stars in. Following the success of Bridesmaids and Heat comes Spy, an action-comedy spy film that sees the comedian go from CIA desk analyst to a full-fledged highly untrained spy. We have already seen one trailer for the film, and now Fox has released the second one.
McCarthy play the unknown spy who will be trained by Jude Law, a clean cut suave spy; and Jason Statham, a dark and brooding spy who does whatever it takes to get the job done. Rose Byrne will play the international criminal who knows the identity of every spy in the CIA. Hit the jump to check out the new trailer.
All trailers can be considered spoilers, but some trailers show a little bit too much footage, revealing almost the entire plot point of a film. But the trailer for Antoine Fuqua‘s (The Equalizer, Training Day) Southpaw, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, shows too much, yet somehow leaves us wanting more.
Following a string of recent hits such as Prisoners and Nightcrawler, Gyllenhaal’s looks to continue to define his career with another strong performance by undergoing training to get into shape as boxer who must overcome his demons and fight for his daughter’s love. Hit the jump to check out the first trailer for Southpaw.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone are reuniting again for The Expendables 2, but if you’re worried that you’ll never get to see them share the same screen, then it’s time to put that aside, because they’ll be back for The Tomb. The film features Stallone as a man who designs heavily fortified prisons, only to be be wrongly put in one of his own. Schwarzenegger, a member of the prison, will help Stallone’s character bail out. The Mikael HÃ¥fstrÃ¶m-directed film also stars Jim Caviezel, Vincent D’Onofrio, Sam Neill, Vinnie Jones, Amy Ryan, and 50 Cent. So before you watch The Expendables 2 this weekend, be sure to check out the first photo from The Tomb. Click below to see a full version of the photo.
There’s not a whole lot to get into about the photo itself, it is after all a teaser photo. Just Schwarzenegger and Stallone just hanging around in a prison. But the synopsis below gives some added anticipation to The Tomb, which does not have a release date at this time.