Roland Emmerich seems to be bringing his bombastic style to the Battle of Midway in a similar looking way to how Michael Bay recreated Pearl Harbor with his World War II movie Midway, arriving in November this year.
When aliens attack Los Angeles, Sgt. Mike Nantz and his Marine squad are on the front lines trying to stop them.
The Harry Potter universe is back on the big screen this weekend with the prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them along with a trio of dramas, including another real life boxing story.
Aaron Eckhart enters the minds of people possessed by demons to battle them in the world of the mind in the upcoming Blumhouse horror movie, Incarnate.
Offering his engineering skills on contracts to reverse engineer rival tech and then get his mind wiped, Michael Jennings gets in over his head when he realizes a three year contract with Allcom resulted in him helping to make a machine that can see the future and now Allcom’s goons are out to kill him to protect it.
Tom Hanks takes on the role of heroic pilot Captain Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood’s take on 2009’s incredible water landing in the Hudson River that saved the lives of 155 passengers.
Miles Teller stars as real life boxing champion Vinny Pazienza, who defied the odds and recovered from a horrific spinal injury that resulted from a car accident and managed to get back into the ring to try and reclaim his title.
Nicolas Cage is the captain of the USS Indianapolis in World War II, which is sunk by a Japanese sub and the surviving crew members become the target of a swarm of hungry sharks.
Two movies based on true stories and the first holiday movie of the year, but all three are apparently terrible according to the critics.
Visiting London for the Prime Minister’s funeral, the city is attacked by terrorists and President Benjamin Asher and his main Secret Service agent Mike Banning have to fight their way out in the upcoming London Has Fallen.