When the wealthy patriarch of an eccentric family dies during his birthday party, Southern fried detective Benoit Blanc arrives to determine if there was foul play and, if so, who is responsible in Rian Johnson’s murder mystery Knives Out.
This July is not quite as jam-packed as previous summers but most of the movies are massive with Spider-Man: Far From Home, The Lion King, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and more.
Toy Story 4 stayed on top of the box office for another weekend while Annabelle Comes Home had the lowest opening for The Conjuring Universe and Danny Boyle had his highest opening ever with Yesterday.
1967’s The Graduate is a classic for a number of reasons but one of the most memorable reasons is it’s use of music, specifically Simon & Garfunkel. Director Mike Nichols used “The Sound of Silence” as an editing tool to pace out scenes and intended to replace it for the actual film with original music, […]
Despite barely surviving the video game version of Jumanji, Spencer (Alex Wolff) decides to try and repair the Jumanji cartridge and gets sucked back in. The rest of the group comes to try and find him and get sucked into the malfunctioning cart along with Spencer’s grandfather and his friend (Danny Devito and Danny Glover).
Paul Rudd joins Ghostbusters 2020, Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live action TV series, you can experience Jerry’s apartment and more from Seinfeld in NYC this fall, The Office is leaving Netflix and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
For this week’s podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into the trailers for the new Charlie’s Angels and Roland Emmerich’s Midway, what if Steven Seagal was cast in Batman 89, the horribly depressing ending of Toy Story 4 (No Spoilers), the new Child’s Play, Keanu’s first starring role and much more.
June 2019 closes out with the latest, Annabelle focused chapter of The Conjuring Universe and an alternate reality Beatles-centric musical comedy from Danny Boyle.
Kristen Stewart, Elena Balinska and Naomi Scott are the new team of Angels under the supervision of Elizabeth Banks’ Bosley in the latest iteration of the 70s TV classic.
Roland Emmerich seems to be bringing his bombastic style to the Battle of Midway in a similar looking way to how Michael Bay recreated Pearl Harbor with his World War II movie Midway, arriving in November this year.