A sequel to last year’s Tomb Raider is in the works, Disney revealed the full details of their new streaming service, American Horror Story is going back to the 80s, Space Jam 2 is having some trouble, Walking Dead is getting a third series and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Chucky is back on DVD, Blu-Ray (and Netflix) this week and there’s also the prior seasons of iZombie, House of Cards, Vikings, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and more.
Mel Gibson is the front runner for directing Suicide Squad 2, Donald Glover is the new Lion King, Matt Reeves drops out of The Batman, Joe Carnahan is directing a “reimagining” of The Raid and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Game of Thrones leads the pack for this year’s Emmy Awards for the dramas while a bunch of new contenders showed up in the Comedy race.
A remake of the 1976 cult classic, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is set in Texarkana, AR, which was the site of grisly murders by The Phantom Killer, who may have returned 65 years later to start killing again.
True Detective, Fargo and Orange is the New Black drew a ton of nominations as the 2014 Emmy Nominees were announced.
Showtime draws together classic horror icons into Victorian London for their upcoming horror show, Penny Dreadful.
The Emmy nominations were announced and they actually show some progressiveness by instantly recognizing Netflix as a competitor with multiple nominations for House of Cards and ending the stranglehold of Modern Family on the comedy categories.
There’s tons of stuff coming out this week including every Bond movie on Blu Ray, part 1 of The Dark Knight Returns and our Pick of the Week, The Avengers.
The full list of last night’s 2012 Emmy Awards winners, which included a shake up in the Drama categories by a scrappy newcomer.