Sacha Baron Cohen gets dramatic playing real-life Mossad agent Eli Cohen in The Spy, who went undercover for years in Syria in the late 50s and into the 60s, working his way up to the highest levels of society and sending secrets back to Israel.
Guillermo Del Toro and Andre Ovredal bring Alvin Schwartz’s stories and Stephen Gammell’s disturbing artwork to life in the new horror movie Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
A feature of the animated The Archie Show from the late 60s, Archie, Jughead, Reggie, Betty, and Veronica formed The Archies and had a massive real-life hit in 1969 with “Sugar, Sugar”, which became the #1 song of the year after dominating the charts for four weeks upon its debut.
Created in the late ’60s by Sid and Marty Kroft, the animal gang known as The Banana Splits are coming back on SyFy later this year in an R rated horror remake where they go on a murderous rampage in the studio after it’s announced the show has been canceled.
Best known these days as probably the weirdest member of Dunder Mifflin, Creed Bratton had decades of musical experience before heading to Scranton, including being a member of the iconic 60’s rock group The Grass Roots, who had hits like “Midnight Confession” and “Let’s Live for Today”.
The directorial debut of Tom Hanks, That Thing You Do tells the story of the fictional 60s one-hit wonder band The Wonders, who have a hit song called “That Thing You Do”. The actual single from the movie, while not quite as big a hit as it’s fictional counterpart, still hit pretty high on various Billboard charts and was nominated for Best Original Song.
Taking a cue from Tarantino for his follow-up to Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard delivers the fantastic slow burn, tension-fueled 60’s set thriller, Bad Times at the El Royale.
Ryan Gosling steps into the spacesuit of Neil Armstrong to tell the story of the Apollo 11 mission from his perspective with La La Land director Damien Chazelle behind the camera in October’s First Man.
Seven strangers find themselves at the rundown El Royale hotel near Lake Tahoe, each of them hiding a secret that will put them at odds with the others in the follow-up to Cabin in the Wood from writer/director Drew Goddard.
When the architect of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann, is discovered hiding in Buenos Aires 15 years after World War II, an elite Mossad team is assembled to capture him and bring him back to Israel to face justice in the upcoming thriller based on true events, Operation Finale.