It was a massive week of news as Disney and Sony dissolve their Spider-Man deal, Disney announces three new MCU Disney+ shows, including Moon Knight, Ewan McGregor is officially back as Obi-Wan for a Disney+ Star War series, Bond 25 has an official title and much more in the latest News Shotgun.
Pedro Pascal stars as The Mandalorian, a bounty hunter working during the time between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens in the Star Wars universe in one of the marquee original series coming to Disney+.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the major break-up between Disney and Sony over Spider-Man, a new Matrix sequel, the title of the next Bond movie, the animated adaptation of Batman: Hush, Alita: Battle Angel, The Wandering Earth and more.
After the onslaught of the last two weekends, there are only three new releases this weekend in theaters, including the third entry in Gerard Butler’s *Blank* Has Fallen series, Angel Has Fallen, and the highly-rated horror-comedy Ready or Not.
Discovered by Dr. Dyson Ido in the junkyard of Iron City, Alita is a cyborg soldier who tries to remember who she is while becoming entangled with the evil forces lurking in the background.
Kerri Russell plays a teacher who becomes worried by the disturbing writing and drawings of one of her students but the truth is much more horrifying than she could imagine in next year’s Guillermo Del Toro produced, Scott Cooper directed horror movie, Antlers.
Tons of TV seasons are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray as the new seasons get closer, including Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s first season on NBC, Arrow, The Walking Dead, and American Gods along with movies like Brightburn and The Hustle.
Good Boys was the surprise winner at the box office, toppling Hobbs & Shaw and becoming only the third original film of 2019 to top the box office.
A team of deep ocean researchers has to try and figure out how to survive when their lab at the bottom of the ocean is hit by an earthquake and severely damaged in next year’s sci-fi thriller, Underwater.
Outside of Mark Mancina’s memorable and propulsive score for 1994’s Speed, the other music tie-ins are not well known at best and forgotten at worst, like a title track off the soundtrack album from none other than Billy Idol.