If you liked the last four Transformers, you'll probably like this one.
We may also get some closure on the dust-up between Vin Diesel and the Rock.
New film documents the making of one of Steve McQueen's Le Mans, one of the most legendary racing movies of all time, with unseen archival footage. Watch the trailer right here.
Sony releases another trailer for the coming James Bond film Spectre, with more of the Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75.
The last Mad Max: Fury Road trailer before the movie's May 15 release in the US is a fantastic spectacle of car stunts, big explosions and bizarre visuals, including Charlize Theron with a robotic claw for a hand.
Adam Carolla has released the trailer for Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman, documenting the legendary actor turned racer and his on-track exploits.
Ed Skrein takes over Jason Statham's role as Frank Martin in the next installment of The Transporter movie series, this one a prequel called The Transporter 4: Refueled.
The entourage from Entourage is making a big comeback, but their signature Lincoln parade car is being replaced by a Cadillac concept that never made production.
We've already seen the hero car Ford Mustang and had a sneak peek, but now we've got the first official trailer for Dreamworks' Need for Speed movie. Stop us if you've heard the story before: guy gets double-crossed by rich associate, goes to jail, gets out of jail, seeks revenge. There's your movie.
Product placement in movies is a big business, but is it always necessary? This is the question we asked ourselves when watching the movie trailer for Sony Picture's new film due out this fall called Elysium – a 22nd Century story about the privileged and elite who live in their own separate dwelling while Earth rots away. Toward the end of the trailer, a flying car flashes across the screen, and what familiar logo do we see on this car's rump? Yup, Bugatti.
Lee Child's novels about the fictional former military MP Jack Reacher are ready to hit the odeon, and they'll be coming with Tom Cruise as the title character. We should know by now better than to compare movies to their source books, and this looks like another reason not to: the literary Reacher is six-foot, five-inch, 210-250 pounds, the 50-year-old Cruise... isn't. Reacher likes silence, Cruise likes the pithy line; Reacher isn't a good runner, Cruise will undoubtedly showcase his sprinting