Each week we'll be rounding up the top five must-see videos for your viewing pleasure. Continue below to watch today's crop of movie content.
James Bond Skyfall press conference in full
It wasn't a very well-hidden secret, but Skyfall was officially announced as the title for the 23rd James Bond film. And seeing the likes of Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe take the stage to gush about 007's next adventure (no matter how vaguely!) has got us very excited for what's in store for Bond.
Harry Potter's Tom Felton talks about the studio tour
One of the biggest phenomenons in recent movie history may have ended, but we recently had the chance to check out the hotly-anticipated Harry Potter studio tour, which will open in March next year. During our visit, we spoke to Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), Warwick Davis (Griphook / Professor Flitwick) and Natalia Tena (Tonks) about their favourite sets and memories from the eight-film extravaganza.
Breaking Dawn - Behind the scenes on the wedding and honeymoon
The latest Twilight blockbuster is almost upon us, and this video featurette should help whet the appetites of fans worldwide. Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and more of the cast chat about some of the key events of Breaking Dawn - Part 1, including the wedding and honeymoon, while you also get a sneak peek of what goes on behind the camera.
Amanda Seyfried loves kicking ass on In Time
The Justin Timberlake sci-fi thriller In Time sees the entire population stop aging at 25 - people only die when they run out of 'time', the worldwide currency. The rich continue on living, while the poor work hard to survive. It's a really cool premise, and to find out more, we spoke with Mamma Mia! and Red Riding Hood star Amanda Seyfried. We also asked whether or not she'd be up for more action roles going forward.
Watch Life in a Day in its entirety
Kevin Macdonald's project is most certainly ambitious if nothing else. 81,000 clips totalling 4,500 hours of footage, all shot on July 24, 2010 by ordinary people all around the world, were compressed into a 90-minute feature. More than 300 different videos eventually made the cut, and it's so expertly put together that it's hard not to be affected in some way.
Which movie videos, virals, interviews or trailers have you enjoyed this week? Leave your comments in the space below!