Endgame managed to hold off all the new releases to stay on top for the third weekend in a row as it closes in on Avatar worldwide but Detective Pikachu almost managed to top it with the biggest opening ever for a video game based movie.
Founded in 1991, alt-rock band Dogstar featured the one and only Keanu Reeves on bass along with members Gregg Miller, Bret Demrose and Robert Mailhouse and the group toured and put out two albums before breaking up in 2002.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the new, spoilery Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, HBO’s upcoming Watchmen show, the first trailer for IT: Chapter Two, Into the Dark, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II, Cliffhanger and more.
Before the team faces off against an evil, alternate universe Coulson, get caught up with the events of Season 5 of Agents of SHIELD with a recap via Marvel’s Earth’s Mightiest Show YouTube show.
Detective Pikachu arrives as the only well-received new movie of the weekend with the three other new movies getting rotten ratings from the critics.
The grown members of the Losers Club reunite back in their hometown of Derry, ME to try and stop the demonic Pennywise once and for all in the upcoming IT: Chapter Two.
HBO is bringing the Watchmen universe back for a new original series that imagines what that world would look like in 2019 in the wake of the events of the graphic novel.
When CIA agent Bill Pope is killed before revealing vital information, his supervisor authorizes a radical procedure that transfers Pope’s memories, and eventually emotions, into sociopathic convict Jericho Stewart to finish the mission and stop a piece of dangerous tech from falling into the wrong hands.
FX’s wonderfully trippy and endlessly creative X-Men series Legion is wrapping up with the third and final season in June as David Haller deals with the ramifications of his decisions in the previous season and his potential destiny that could end the world.
The fantastic fourth season of Better Call Saul is out this week along with The Lego Movie 2, The Prodigy, Peter Jackson’s WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.