An Arrested Development sountrack album is on the way, Terminator 5 is coming in June 2015, William Fichtner is Shredder and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Burke and Michael bring Jesse and Sam to Cuba to break one of Burke’s comrades, Sonya, out of a secret Russian prison while Fi and Maddie kidnap a Russian spy in Miami to help them.
A pair of action comedies face off this week with White House Down and The Heat.
Arnold and Sly are trapped in a high tech prison together and must find a way to escape in the upcoming action movie, Escape Plan (formerly The Tomb)
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about classic Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, the greatness of the current TMNT comic, the origins of Dr. Strange, Bigfoot, Superman 1-3 vs Man of Steel, the surprising solidness of World War Z and much more.
Probably best known as the Chairman on Iron Chef America, martial artist Mark Dacascos has appeared in a number of movies and TV shows like Double Dragon, Cradle 2 the Grave and Hawaii Five-0.
A bunch of great comedic actors are featured in the latest movie from Reno 911 masterminds Robert Ben Garant and Tom Lennon, the horror comedy Hell Baby, which finds Rob Corddry and Leslie Bibb as a couple expecting a child that may turn out to be a demon.
Tons of great stuff this week including a new Godzilla series, the wrap up to arcs in Deadpool, Judge Dredd and X-O Manowar and the launch of the new Batman/Superman title.
The bar was set incredibly high for White House Down this weekend by Mike Banning and his attempts to rescue the president from North Korean terrorists in Olympus Has Fallen.
With lots of behind the scenes drama including multiple directors, delays and going over budget, it’s a pleasant surprise that World War Z is as solid as it is, even though it doesn’t come anywhere close to reaching the greatness of the book.