The next installment of The Hunger Games is back with the franchise's best trailer yet, with lots of ambitious choir music, decisive lines, big explosions and a sightly heartbreaking shot of Philip Seymour Hoffman. We'll see if the movie lives up to this peek on Nov 21 ... Discuss

In an interview with SlashFilm, Will Ferrell (aka psychotic fashion mogul Mugatu), claimed that Zoolander 2 is currently in development, saying, “We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it.” As Uproxx notes, back in December, Ben Stiller told the site that a sequel to the 2001 cult classic would involve a “time when the whole world has moved on from Derek and Hansel because they’re so ancient history” and showcase their journey back into runway relevance. In other words, there's potential that it's going to be really, really, ridiculously good ... Discuss

YouTube wizards the Auronauts have made an incredible video out of a very simple premise: removing John Williams' signature score from Episode IV's climactic throne room scene. Without the music, you're forced to take in a very awkward, quiet award ceremony with only a few scattered coughs and the Auronauts' unique interpretation of Chewbacca's celebratory roar. The farce is strong with this one ... Discuss

There's no official release date for the latest pairing of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence (following American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook), but the film has had a very tough time making it out of the editing room. The movie was actually shot way back in 2012, and was initially slated to be directed by Darren Aronofsky and star Angelina Jolie. The two had a falling out, and Danish director Susanne Bier was attached to direct with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence who at the time, if you can believe it, were not considered huge stars. Nevertheless, early reactions to the movie have been positive and a strong trailer makes it look like it may have all been worth it for a Depression-era drama about, well, a "love that won't let go" evidently ... Discuss

Batman V. Superman director Zach Snyder has released this new image of the Batmobile that will be providing Batfleck with transportation in his upcoming superhero epic. Once again, Snyder has forgone the subtle approach to design, and just made the Batmobile into a heavily armed black tank. Still, unless it can fly, is totally indestructible and can turn back time itself, we’re still giving the upper hand to Superman ... Discuss

We already know that director Paul Feig has an all-female Ghostbusters revival in the works, and that's pretty good news. But in talking to interviewers at the Toronto International Film Festival, Ghostbuster godfather and walking celebrity lifehack Bill Murray unveiled who he thinks should pick up the proton packs—and it's pretty on-point.

First up, Bridesmaid's Melissa McCarthy—an obvious choice, but a perfect one. Then, Kristen Wiig—one of her generation's finest comedians, so no surprise there either. Linda Cardellini—probably the least known of the bunch, but a terrific choice, and one who worked with Feig in Freaks and Geeks. And finally, Emma Stone—maybe you've heard of her. Stone's solidly in the a-list these days, but she hasn't had a true comedy role since appearing alongside Murray in the excellent Zombieland. So, it's up to you now, Mr. Paul Feig. Who you gonna call? ... Discuss