The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are back and looking much more serious than their 90’s incarnation in next year’s Power Rangers reboot, arriving in March.
When someone is trying to forcibly take over the assassin’s guild John Wick retired from, he’s forced by a blood oath go back in action in Rome, Italy to stop them in next year’s John Wick: Chapter Two.
In March next year, Marvel’s greatest martial artist arrives home to NYC to take on his father’s ruthless business partner and other threats before his team up with the other Defenders later in the year.
Valiant Comic’s billionaire ninja secret agent, Ninjak, comes to live action for the first time in a new webseries next year as he takes on other Valiant heroes like Bloodshot, Eternal Warrior, X-O Manowar and more.
Based on his book of the same name, Guillermo Del Toro is bringing the world of trolls to Netflix with Trollhunters, where regular teen Jim Lake Jr (Anton Yelchin) becomes the defender of both human and troll kind when he becomes the keeper of an ancient and powerful amulet.
The final season of Black Sails begins in January, with Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) leading his pirate allies into the final battle against Britain for the freedom of Nassau and, he hopes, the world.
Previously titled Bastille Day, The Take stars Idris Elba as a CIA agent reluctantly teamed up with a pickpocket (Richard Madden) to figure out who is behind a bombing in Paris.
After three movies in a rebooted Death Race universe, the original cross country road race version is back with the direct sequel to Death Race 2000, Death Race 2050, produced by the B-movie master, Roger Corman.
A young mother and her daughter are stalked by a mysterious creature on a desolate stretch of road following an accident in the upcoming horror movie The Monster, from Bryan Bertino, director of The Strangers.
The third season of Charlie Brooker’s incredible anthology series Black Mirror arrives on October 21st on Netflix and the first trailer is finally here.