July closes out with some ass kicking from Charlize Theron in Atomic Blonde and some soul destroying via The Emoji Movie.
Stephen King’s terrifying demonic clown Pennywise is back in September to scare a new Loser’s Club in the remake of IT.
Presumably taking place after First Blood Part 2, Rambo: The Force of Freedom finds everyone’s favorite one man army taking on the evil General Warhawk and his band of colorful evil doers as they try to take over the world.
Will Byers is having visions of the Upside Down and a giant creature in the upcoming season of Stranger Things, arriving just in time for Halloween on Netflix.
Ernest Cline’s love letter to the 80’s is being adapted by Steven Spielberg with Ready Player One, where a massive Easter Egg hunt kicks off in the virtual world of OASIS in the near future, with the first person to find all three eggs inheriting the entire company of the man who designed it.
Our look at TV first episodes is back for the summer and we’re celebrating ridiculous vehicular action shows all month, kicking things off with the classic 80’s show Knight Rider, where The Hoff and a robotic car voiced by Mr. Feeny patrolled the backroads of America fighting for justice.
Alison Brie stars in the upcoming Netflix original series GLOW as one of the initial 12 wrestlers of the 80’s promotion “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling”, with Marc Maron co-starring as the mastermind behind the scenes.
Since the focus of both Breakin and Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo was on break dancing, the soundtracks were key parts of the movies and featured hip&hop duo Ollie & Jerry contributing both title songs along with tracks by Chaka Khan and the first ever appearance by Ice-T.
Charlize Theron stars as MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton, who is sent into Cold War era Berlin to retrieve important and secret files in this summer’s Atomic Blonde.
Refresh yourself on the major plot points of the tense as hell fourth season of FX’s The Americans before the fifth season starts tonight (3/7)