The newest edition to The CW’s superhero line-up, Black Lightning, is out this week along with the final season of The Mick, the latest from Tyler Perry, Stallone and Bautista teaming up for Escape Plan 2 and more are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Although it didn’t reach the insane heights of Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom still had a gigantic opening while Incredibles 2 also put up a ton of competition and became the second highest grossing film of the summer in its second week of release.
Despite it’s true nature as a commentary/satire about nuclear apocalypse, Walk the Dinosaur by Was (Not Was) became a massive hit in 1987, especially in the dance clubs, and was also featured in 1994’s The Flintstones and had covers by George Clinton and Queen Latifah.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only new release out this weekend and its looking to be as big, if not bigger, than its predecessor.
Auto Pilot is back once again for the summer and we’re kicking things off with the wonderfully insane martial arts show from 1995, WMAC Masters, that is like if Mortal Kombat and the WWE had a kid friendly baby as real life martial artists adopt wacky alter egos and compete for a shot to claim the Dragon Star.
Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo team up to hunt down and stop a violent bank robber in the upcoming Lionsgate action movie, Reprisal.
Adonis Creed is back and looking to avenge his father’s death as he accepts a fight against Viktor Drago, the son of the infamous Ivan Drago, in this November’s Creed II.
Not a whole lot out this week on Blu-Ray and DVD but you can check out Pacific Rim Uprising, the latest from Steven Soderbergh and more.
Incredibles 2 dominated the box office with the biggest animated and G/PG openings of all time and making it into the top 10 for a bunch of other record lists.
For 1981’s critically and commercially beloved Dudley Moore comedy Arthur one of the kings of yacht rock, Christopher Cross, provided the smooth, soft rock theme song for the movie that went on to win Best Original Song at the 1982 Oscars.