Our first look at the new Superman for the CW DCverse, a new Michael Crichton book has been discovered, a sequel to The Rocketeer is on the way, The Muppets heading to the Magic Kingdom and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Comic Con treats just keep on coming… The highly-anticipated debut trailer for Kong: Skull Island has been unleashed upon the puny humans of SDCC. The scope looks intense. The action looks frantic. The monsters? Gnarly. And the glimpses of Kong himself aren’t too shabby either! Seeing this footage (and the sheer size of Kong) makes […]
As if you didn’t have enough reason to be excited for Suicide Squad, a new sizzle reel was shown to the crowd at SDCC during the DC panel
After an impressive tease in Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman finally takes center stage in her own solo movie as she is introduced to the world of Man at the height of World War I
Our first look at the Justice League movie is here as Batman and Wonder Woman try to recruit a team to stop an intergalactic threat that is on it’s way to Earth.
There might be a third Mortal Kombat with Christopher Lambert back as Raiden, Kurt Russell’s most iconic 80’s characters are meeting in the comics, Javier Bardem is Frankenstein’s Monster and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
HBO and FX lead the 2016 Emmys with nominations for shows like Game of Thrones, Veep, The People vs OJ Simpson and The Americans
The CW signs a major new deal with Netflix, The Warriors are comign to Hulu, Ghost Rider may appear on Agents of SHIELD, Kiefer Sutherland may join the Flatliners remake and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
A couple of big sequels announced for 2018, the latest edition to the Criterion Collection, the voice cast of Ninjago revealed and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The first wave of info and an official logo (even a new-ish batmobile) for Zack Snyder’s Justice League have made their way online. And while we generally enjoyed Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, we can’t say we’re disappointed to hear about a lighter tone and characters being presented “in their glory” rather than in deconstructed (i.e. […]