This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe pay tribute to Burt Reynolds, dissect the new Halloween trailer and discuss the awful sounding sixth Die Hard movie, the upcoming Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing shows, The Witcher, Terrifier, The Purge TV show, Mortal Kombat and more.
The Rock will play the legendary King Kamehameha and his Big Trouble in Little China movie will be a sequel, not a remake, Streets of Rage 4 is announced, the Doom Patrol has its villain, 90s Nicktoons streaming channel NickSplat launches, Top Gun 2 is delayed and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
NBC is heading back into DC Comics universe with the new comedy Powerless, which follows the employees of Wayne Security, who are trying to create gadgets to help regular people survive the various super-powered battles occurring around them.
For the latest Everything Action Reviewcast, Zach and special guest Gio dive into the first ever “Star Wars Story”, Rogue One (MASSIVE SPOILER WARNING).
The first Star Wars Story, Rogue One tells the tale of the band of rebels that stole the Death Star plans shortly before the start of Episode IV.
The final Rogue One trailer gives us our first look at Mads Mikkelsen’s Galen Erso, who is forced by the Empire to become one of the chief architects behind the Death Star, the plans of which his daughter Jyn (Felicity Jones) is recruited by the Rebellion to try and steal.
There’s plenty of new, awesome, in the trenches action from the new Rogue One trailer, where Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) and a group of Rebel operatives try and steal the plans for the Empire’s newest and deadliest weapon, the Death Star.
Criminal Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) is recruited by the Rebellion to join a special team tasked with getting details about a secret Imperial weapons project in the first “Star Wars Story”, Rogue One, directed by Godzilla’s Gareth Edwards.
Detective Del Spooner is called in to investigate the death of “the father of robotics”, Dr. Lanning, but uncovers a conspiracy involving the new NS-5 model of robot.
Disney continues their recent streak of greatness with the Marvel Comics inspired Big Hero 6, which follows a group of young scientists who must turn their various projects into superpowers when a villain threatens their hometown of San Fransokyo.