The surprisingly well-received Bad Boys for Life arrives in theaters this weekend alongside what is apparently the first truly terrible movie of 2020, Dolittle with Robert Downey Jr.
2020 begins with a slew of horror, including a new spin on The Grudge, the return of Bad Boys with Bad Boys for Life, World War I epic 1917, the latest from Guy Ritchie with The Gentlemen and more in January.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe discuss the return of the Bad Boys in Bad Boys For Life, the new Terminator: Dark Fate trailer, the next Tomb Raider movie, the shifting futures of the DCEU, the terribleness of Holmes & Watson, the radness of Cobra Kai and more.
After 16 years, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back for a third Bad Boys movie, Bad Boys for Life, which arrives in January next year.
This week on the podcast, Zach is solo for a quick podcast that includes the release of the legendary “Nightmare on My Street” music video, a new Penny Dreadful show, Castlevania, the mediocre action of Hunter Killer, Gladiator 2 and more.
Tons of TV cancellations and renewals, Jurassic Park: The Ride at Universal Studios Hollywood shutting down, Lethal Weapon on-set drama, Bill and Ted 3 officially confirmed, Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets a new home and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Fox and CBS order more movie based TV show reboots, Emily Blunt joins The Rock for a Jungle Cruise, Nintendo confirms the new Super Mario animated movie, Sony is rebooting the Men in Black and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Batman has found it’s new director, Halloween gets a new director and writer, Kevin Smith is moving on to a new Jay and Silent Bob movie, Channel Zero gets two more seasons, tons of Netflix news and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into Ninjago, the XFL, the new Halloween, mid-season TV, creepypasta, Slenderman, Training Day and more.
Jason Momoa may be the new Crow, Bad Boys 3 gets a new title and release date, a bunch of news about the upcoming seasons of The CW’s DC shows, Ghostbusters may have lost Sony $70 million and much more in this week’s New Shotgun.