Bad Boys for Life had a massive MLK holiday weekend opening, breaking a number of records, while Dolittle got off to a mediocre start compared to its absurdly massive budget.
One of the biggest singles in his Grammy-winning R&B career, Jamie Foxx’s “Blame It” topped the Billboard charts for weeks, won a Grammy and the music video featured a slew of his famous friends, including Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker and…Ron Howard?
Tons of news from Amazon and HBO about upcoming projects, details about the upcoming Peacock streaming service from NBC, Billie Eilish is performing the next Bond theme, MacGruber is coming back as TV show and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris discuss the 2020 Oscar Nominations, the first trailer for Morbius, the new HBO series The Outsider, the CBSification of Silence of the Lambs, Peacock, 1917, The Lighthouse and more.
The surprisingly well-received Bad Boys for Life arrives in theaters this weekend alongside what is apparently the first truly terrible movie of 2020, Dolittle with Robert Downey Jr.
Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae are a happy couple who are forced to go on the run when a man claiming to be a cop makes them look like murderers and they have to figure out what is going on to clear their names.
Nerdy video game developer Miles finds himself becoming the latest “contestant” on Skizm, a live-streamed deathmatch pitting random people against each other, and with a gun bolted onto each hand.
Shortly after he retires as an assassin for the DIA, Henry Brogan gets word of a top-secret project by military contractor GEMINI that causes him to become the target of a younger clone version of himself named Junior with orders to kill.
The final seasons of Krypton and Veep are out this week (along with the complete series of Krypton) along with Gemini Man, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, a collector’s edition of Brewster’s Millions and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Showtime’s Penny Dreadful returns for a new series that jumps ahead almost 50 years from the original show’s time period to tell a tale in 1938 Los Angeles for April’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.