The Rock’s big summer blockbuster, Skyscraper, pits The Rock’s former soldier/FBI agent turned security consultant up against a massive skyscraper on fire that also has a crew of criminals looking to rob something from within the building.
Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek star in this summer’s Papillon, which is a prison break drama based on both a true story and the 1973 film of the same name that starred Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.
The hilarious comedy Game Night is out this week on DVD and Blu Ray along with the espionage thriller Red Sparrow, real life drama The 15:17 to Paris, the latest from Aardman Animation and more.
Although the investigation in to the murders of Biggie Smalls and Tupac already had a small screen dramatization on USA with “Unsolved”, the story is also coming to the big screen later this year as Johnny Depp stars as detective Russell Poole in City of Lies.
Andy Serkis directs a new dark and gritty version of the classic Rudyard Kipling story, The Jungle Book, that arrives this October.
Although it didn’t quite top his first movie, Deadpool’s second adventure still had one of the biggest R rated openings of all and pushed Thanos and The Avengers out of the top spot at the box office.
As gorgeous and interesting as Quantic Dream’s new game Detroit: Becomes Human looks, there’s one thing the studio’s first game, Omikron: The Nomad Soul will always have over it, a collaboration with the immortal David Bowie, who provided songs, played two characters and performed “live” in the world of the game.
JCVD is back in August for the gritty looking action drama Lukas aka The Bouncer.
Brian Henson takes his family’s creations into places they’ve never dared dream of with the hard R comedy The Happytime Murders, where human detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy) gets paired up with a Muppet PI to investigate a string of gruesome Muppet murders.
A teen discovers and bonds with a AI robot dog designed for the military and must protect his new friend when the military comes to take him back in August’s AXL.