After seeing a movie where an actor seems to be his exact double, a shy professor tries to seek the actor out, only for things to quickly spiral out of control in the upcoming thriller, Enemy.
The last day of January was rocked by the news that Jesse Eisenberg is Lex Luthor and there was a ton of other news this week as well.
January closes out with an apparently unfunny comedy and a melodramatic drama.
Seth MacFarlane is back with his follow up to Ted, the western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, co-starring Charlize Theron, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman, Amanda Seyfried, Giovanni Ribisi and Liam Neeson.
Best known for his roles in Tremors and Remo Williams, Fred Ward appeared most recently in 2 Guns and has over 80 other credits over the years.
Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson struggle to survive in the post apocalyptic future of The Rover, coming sometime this summer.
This week on the podcast, Chris, Joe and Zach talk about Damian Wayne, golden age DC heroes, King Arthur and the Knights of Justice, the new Ninja Turtles, Clyde of Bonnie & Clyde’s psychic powers, Yvonne Strahovski and much more.
Deadpool fights zombies, Blade and goes to Hell in three different books while a female crewed Enterprise comes face to face with their male counterparts and much more in this week’s Pull List.
Trying to show the world the power of Tai Chi, Tiger Chen gets drawn into the dark world of Donaka Mark’s underground fighting ring.
Hammer is back with another horror film and it seems like they are trying to capture some of the heat of The Conjuring with the 60’s/70’s throwback, The Quiet Ones.