ABC is bringing the Inhuman royal family, led the powerful Black Bolt (Anson Mount), to IMAX theaters and TV in September in another expansion of the MCU.
Jumanji has transformed into a video game since the original movie and four high school kids are sucked into it and become the game’s avatars in this Christmas’ Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
Closing out our month of vehicular action for Auto Pilot is 1994’s Thunder in Paradise, which featured Hulk Hogan as ex-Navy SEAL “Hurricane” Spencer, who along with his buddy Bru (Chris Lemmon), develops a high-tech power boat nicknamed Thunder that they use to take on various villains in the water around Florida.
Hugh Jackman is singing and dancing his way through the life of PT Barnum in the upcoming musical biopic, The Greatest Showman.
The new Power Rangers is out this week along with the most recent season of FX’s The Strain, The Belko Experiment, T2 Trainspotting and more.
Jackie Chan is out for revenge when his daughter is killed in a terrorist attack in London and comes up against a shady government official (Pierce Brosnan) who seems to be working hard to keep the terrorists identities secret in the upcoming action movie The Foreigner.
Transformers: The Last Knight took the box office over the weekend but it was by far the lowest opening ever for the franchise domestically while Wonder Woman has become the highest grossing movie in the DCEU domestically.
Although it’s full of insane sequences, one of the most insane of “So Bad It’s Good” movie Mac and Me is a dance sequence in a McDonald’s that features the song “Down to Earth” by Ashford & Simpson.
Transfomers: The Last Knight is the only big new release this weekend and it’s apparently about as bad as you expect it to be.
American Ninja’s Michael Dudikoff starred in this 90’s syndicated show as Scandal Jackson, an ex-Navy SEAL who is recruited by the mysterious Cobra agency to be their field agent and help people the criminal justice system has failed.