Out of nowhere, The Purge took the top spot at the box office with $36.4 million, one of the best horror movie openings ever.
Nicolas Cage is an Alaskan detective on the hunt for a serial killer, played by John Cusack in the upcoming crime thriller, The Frozen Ground.
A possible Expendables 3 villain, the end of a fantastic HBO comedy, a classic video game character recast and Steven Seagal’s diplomatic mission to Russia are just some of the stories in this week’s News Shotgun.
Michael is in a dark place at the beginning of the final season of Burn Notice, as the deal he made to get the rest of the gang cleared sent him into deep cover in the Dominican Republic to find an ex-CIA operative who is planning a major terrorist attack.
Ethan Hawke’s wife is kidnapped by a mysterious man who forces him to race through the streets in a Shelby Cobra Mustang to get her back in the upcoming thriller, Getaway.
After consulting with the “tallest TV executive we could find”, Adult Swim determined that the shot for shot remake of the opening of Simon & Simon, starring Adam Scott and Jon Hamm, was NOT the Greatest Event in Television History and tried again, this time with a shot for shot remake of the Hart to Hart opening, starring Adam Scott and Amy Poehler.
Horror vs Comedy this weekend at the box office with The Purge taking on The Internship.
One of the go to guys for period war movies, Barry Pepper is probably best known for playing the sniper, Pvt. Jackson, in Saving Private Ryan and appeared in a bunch of movies already this year, like Broken City and Snitch.
Justin Timberlake gets cheated in a high stakes online poker game and goes to confront the website’s owner and winds up getting a job that gives him a crapload of money but also the attention of the FBI in the upcoming thriller, Runner, Runner.
Liam Hemsworth gets caught in a corporate war between Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford in the upcoming thriller, Paranoia.