The final Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom reveals that the dino rescue mission that Claire and Owen are undertaking is only part of the story as they are apparently tricked by an evil corporate suit, who wants to auction off the dinosaurs they save as weapons and creates a horrific new genetic monster from the velociraptor Blue’s DNA..
Liam Neeson’s latest action thriller, The Commuter, is out this week along with recent Oscar contender The Post, the long anticipated(?) sequel to Deep Blue Sea, the Blu Ray debut of the slightly forgotten Paul Walker movie The Skulls and more.
After the video game inspired (and hilarious and fun) Jumanji: Welcome the Jungle, the first Rock movie of 2018 is an adaptation of the 1986 arcade classic Rampage as three creatures, including The Rock’s gorilla buddy George, are infected by a genetic editing pathogen and converge on Chicago, destroying everything in their path.
Sterling K. Brown leads a heist crew that has to hole up in an underworld hospital when one of their own is injured but a criminal kingpin arrives demanding something they stole in the upcoming action thriller Hotel Artemis
Rampage took the top spot at the box office with the third highest opening ever for a video game movie while A Quiet Place stayed strong in second and Truth or Dare continued Blumhouse’s insane profitability by earning back around 6 times it’s budget in its first weekend.
No stranger to spy movie themes thanks to Live and Let Die, Paul McCartney delivered the title track to 1985’s Spies Like Us, which starred Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd.
A bunch of TV renewals, casting for IT Chapter 2 and Mulan and the new Terminator, Rick & Morty are entering the world of D&D, the Statham/Rock Fast & Furious movie officially has a director and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Elastigirl is the face of a campaign by a pair of wealthy siblings looking to help bring back superheroes, leaving Mr. Incredible to look after the kids at home, in the long awaited sequel, Incredibles 2.