The King of Wakanda, T’Challa got drawn into the battle between Avengers factions in Civil War, dealt with an insurrection back in his home of Wakanda and will join the rest of the MCU to take on the threat of Thanos in Infinity War.
The fantastic but brutal western Hostiles is out this week along with one of the best reviewed movies of all time, Paddington 2, heist film Den of Thieves, the eighth season of Shameless and more.
Reporter Eddie Brock becomes fused with an alien symbiote while investigating the shady and dangerous Life Foundation and strikes a deal with his new alien passenger to become the anti-hero Venom.
After losing to The Rock and Rampage last weekend, A Quiet Place regained the top spot at the box office for its third week out while Super Troopers 2 opened way above expectations.
When The Avengers arrived in 2012, it had not only Alan Silvestri’s score available as a soundtrack but an “Inspired By” album of songs called Avengers Assemble, which included the movie’s credits song, “Live to Rise” by Soundgarden.
Jungle Cruise gets it’s villains that will face off against The Rock and Emily Blunt, The Goldbergs spin-off is retooled and picked up for a full season, Ash vs Evil Dead has been cancelled, the MASK movie gets a director, Xander Cage will be back for a fourth movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to two great character actors and discuss the insanity of 90’s superhero show Night Man, Rampage, Barry, a ton of summer blockbuster trailers, MASK, Ghost Recon vs The Division and much more.
It’s a comedy weekend as the long awaited Super Troopers 2 and the latest from Amy Schumer arrive in theaters, although both are apparently not great according to critics.
Coming to Netflix in May, Anon is the latest from director Andrew Niccol, director of Gattaca and In Time, where Clive Owen is a detective in a world where everyone has ocular implants that record everything at all times, eliminating the concepts of privacy and anonymity.
When cybernetic killer Cable arrives from the future to kill a seemingly innocent mutant kid, Deadpool assembles a team of mutants he dubs X-Force to stop him in the upcoming sequel, Deadpool 2.