Here’s the latest look at Danny Boyle’s upcoming biopic Steve Jobs, and it looks pretty intense. Along with a look at Jobs’ business genius, the Aaron Sorkin-penned film also examines some of the mogul’s troubled relationships, controversial leadership style and bold vision for tech innovation. Steve Jobs hits theaters in October. Discuss

The first trailer for the upcoming installment in the legendary boxing franchise Rocky has just been released. In Creed, Michael B. Jordan plays the son of Apollo Creed, who seeks the help of Balboa to prepare for his own battle in the ring. Creed hits theaters Nov. 25. Discuss

Marvel has released a new look at the upcoming big-budget adaptation Ant-Man, which hits theaters July 17. Sure, the suit looks cool and, like most Marvel flicks, the effects are impressive. But can Paul Rudd really make a movie about a superhero who has the power of ants compete with The Avengers? We will find out soon enough. In the meantime, here’s a clip of Ant-Man testing out his ant suit for the first time ... Discuss

These are two indisputable facts: Internet users love cats. Moviegoers love Jurassic World. The good folks on the Tumblr blog KhanandKittens did the logical thing and decided to use Photoshop to imagine the film as taking place on an island void of big, scary dinosaurs, and instead is inhabited by adorable cats. This is why the Internet was invented ... Discuss

Is Batfleck getting his own movie? According to rumors in The Latino Review—a site that seems to have some inside knowledge when it comes to superhero movies—following the release of Zack Snyder’s Batman V. Superman, the Caped Crusader may be featured in his own solo movie. The site is reporting that The Batman would be slated for a 2018 release, and in addition to featuring Affleck reprising his role as the Dark Knight, he would also direct the film, which may be written by his Argo-collaborator Chris Terrio. Obviously, the future Batman movie is still a rumor, and a lot can change in three years, but with a box office schedule full of Marvel releases, there’s a good chance we’ll be getting more Batman soon, as well ... Discuss

Marvel announced today that it had found the Spider-Man franchise’s next web-slinging hero: Tom Holland. Unlike recent big-screen Spidey’s Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, the 19-year-old British actor isn’t exactly a household Hollywood name. He’s mostly known for his work on stage in Billy Elliot the Musical, though he had a supporting role in 2012’s thriller The Impossible. According to rumors, his first appearance as the hero will probably be in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War before starring in the next Spider-Man film in July 2017 ... Discuss