Simultaneously America’s greatest and worst special agent, the legendary MacGruber returns from his faked death to stop international terrorist Dieter Von Cunth from detonating a stolen nuclear warhead.
Probably no one expected a sequel to 2010’s Skyline, let alone one with Frank Grillo and Iko Uwais, but that’s exactly what we are getting soon with Beyond Skyline, where those two bad asses fight back against the invading aliens who are abducting massive amounts of people, including Grillo’s son.
Going rogue from the CIA to protect a potentially world changing battery, Roy Miller globe trots to avoid the actually corrupt CIA agents and gangsters on his trail with unwitting mechanic June Havens in tow.
Disney is heading back to Underland for the sequel to 2010’s $1 billion+ blockbuster, Alice in Wonderland, with Alice Through the Looking Glass.
Based on the dramatic rescue of 33 trapped Chilean miners in 2010, Antonio Banderas stars in The 33, coming out this November.
A year after Guy Ritchie’s take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective, The Asylum threw him up against dinosaurs and dragons in their take on Sherlock Holmes.
The Asylum tried their hand at their first, and I believe last, western with 2010’s 6 Guns, coming out around the same time as Jonah Hex.
One of the best movies and TV show of last year are out on DVD this week along with a bunch of last year’s worst movies.
The (arguably) best of the last year of television was honored last night at the Emmy Awards.
The major networks announced their new and returning shows this week during their upfronts.