Genndy Tartakovsky brings us to a brutal and violent prehistoric world in his new Adult Swim series Primal, which debuts this October.
Timothee Chalamet stars as Henry V in the upcoming Netflix historical drama The King, where the young king takes over after his father dies and has to deal with the war and palace politics left behind.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with the Elton John biopic Rocketman, the horrific return of The Banana Splits, the previous seasons of shows like Into the Badlands and The Flash and more.
Shown at this past weekend’s D23 convention, a “Special Look” at The Rise of Skywalker has some new footage from the final chapter in the Skywalker Saga, including what appears to be an evil Rey wielding a red, double-bladed lightsaber.
Gerard Butler’s *Blank* Has Fallen franchise got it’s first #1 opening with the third entry, Angel Has Fallen, while Hobbs & Shaw exploded into China with the biggest August opening ever there.
The end credits song for 1979’s The Warriors, Joe Walsh’s “In the City” appeared on the soundtrack for the movie and was also re-recorded by the Eagles, of which Walsh was one of the guitarists.
Pedro Pascal stars as The Mandalorian, a bounty hunter working during the time between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens in the Star Wars universe in one of the marquee original series coming to Disney+.
After the onslaught of the last two weekends, there are only three new releases this weekend in theaters, including the third entry in Gerard Butler’s *Blank* Has Fallen series, Angel Has Fallen, and the highly-rated horror-comedy Ready or Not.
Kerri Russell plays a teacher who becomes worried by the disturbing writing and drawings of one of her students but the truth is much more horrifying than she could imagine in next year’s Guillermo Del Toro produced, Scott Cooper directed horror movie, Antlers.
Tons of TV seasons are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray as the new seasons get closer, including Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s first season on NBC, Arrow, The Walking Dead, and American Gods along with movies like Brightburn and The Hustle.