This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the many incarnations of Two-Face, the enduring legacy of Deadwood, Steven Seagal saving the environment, the terrible simplification of The Dark Tower, Pickle Rick, Cable, Disney vs Netflix and much more.
Two of the upcoming live action Disney reboots have their villains, Vin Diesel is bringing back Miami Vice, Ian McShane joins Hellboy, Jungle Cruise has it’s director and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Netflix is bringing back Carmen Sandiego, The Rock and Jason Statham are most likely getting a Furious spin-off, General Zod is coming to Supergirl, Will Smith may take over from Robin Williams as Genie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pitch the next Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg movie, recap the big news out of Star Wars Celebration, the insanity of Fate of the Furious, the return of MST3K, Carmen Sandiego, Cloak & Dagger and much more.
Some exciting updates to two 80’s slasher movie inspired games, the first big casting news for Shane Black’s Predator movie, the Justice League is meeting the Power Rangers in comic form next year, Supergirl’s James Olsen becoming a DC superhero and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Back from NYCC and surviving Hurricane Matthew, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about all the big trailers and news from NYCC, JCVD vs a giant penguin, the return of the Arrowverse, the world of Westworld, creepypasta and much more.
If you’re a completionist, this is your week as there’s complete series collections for Heroes, Justified and, our Pick of the Week, Mad Men, along with a bunch of cult classics arriving on Blu Ray.
The week after Comic Con there’s a ton of CW DCverse casting, the first look at X-Men: Apocalypse, the possible next target for Rambo and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The acting world lost another legendary figure yesterday when the news came out that Robin Williams committed suicide. It’s a tragic loss of a man who brought so much to both the comedic and dramatic side of movies.
For seven seasons, Disney brought two hours of awesome cartoons to you every day in the form of The Disney Afternoon. With a rotating lineup that included Ducktales, Talespin, Gargoyles, Darkwing Duck and more, it definitely holds a special place in the heart of every 90’s kid.