This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the first trailer for Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker movie, the final form of Gotham’s Joker, the live action cast of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop, the original Pet Semetary, Willow and Val Kilmer and more.
April 2019 kicks off with the latest from DC, a Stephen King remake and a true story from 1970s South Carolina.
Following in the shoes of Arnold, The Rock, Vin Diesel and other action stars who eventually make at least one family comedy, Dave Bautista stars in My Spy, where he plays a CIA agent blackmailed by a nine-year-old girl who discovers him doing surveillance across the street from her home.
With the reboot coming out this month, we’re jumping back to 2004 to watch Guillermo Del Toro’s take on Mike Mignola’s demonic superhero, Hellboy, with the man who was truly born to play him in the title role, Ron Perlman.
Joaquin Phoenix becomes Arthur Fleck, the man who becomes The Joker in some strand of the DC Multiverse, in the upcoming origin story from director Todd Phillips and executive producer Martin Scorsese.
Former cop Mike Murphy has to reluctantly to team up with his old partner to solve his friend’s murder, which puts him between two warring crime bosses in 1930s Kansas City.
Zac Efron plays the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy in Netflix’s upcoming movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, which follows his crimes and trial from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins.
Archer: Danger Island is out this week along with some big late 2018 releases like Vice, The Mule, and Bumblebee, the awesomely titled Sam Elliott movie The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot and more.
April 2019 is going to be one of the biggest months of all time just thanks to Avengers: Endgame but the rest of the month is packed as well with Shazam, Pet Semetary, Hellboy, Missing Link and more.
Dumbo took the top spot at the box office but it was below both Disney’s estimates and industry estimates while Captain Marvel is closing in on $1 billion worldwide and Us had a typical horror movie drop from last weekend but remains strong.