Justice League finally arrived this weekend but had the lowest opening so far for the DC Extended Universe domestically while true story Wonder performed much better than expected and got rave reviews from both critics and audiences.
The Justice League is finally assembled for the DCEU’s answer to MCU’s The Avengers as Batman and Wonder Woman assemble a team to take on the invading army of Steppenwolf, who is looking to transform the Earth into an apocalyptic wasteland.
Suicide Squad remained on the top of the box office as none of the new releases really impressed with Ben-Hur in particular being a pretty big disaster.
Despite an almost 70% drop off from last week, Suicide Squad remained on top of the box office while Sausage Party had a stronger than expected opening.
It’s been a while since the last Reviewcast but Zach, Chris and Joe are here to discuss the latest entry in the DC Extended Universe, Suicide Squad.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 60sness of Sean Connery Bond movies, the new Batman Telltale game, Matt Damon fighting on The Great Wall, Desmond Doss, Michael Crichton books, Dolph Lundgren in World War II, the evolution of South Park and much more.
One of the most anticipated movies of the summer is here and Joe is here to give his spoiler free thoughts on the next step of the DC Cinematic Universe.
Summer Blockbuster season is here with the release of Captain America: Civil War and the crew of Zach, Chris and Joe are here to share their thoughts and dive deep into the 13th MCU movie (Massive Spoiler Warning!).
After 8 years, the MCU shows no signs of stopping with maybe the best movie yet in the franchise, Captain America: Civil War, as Captain America and Iron Man go to war over both UN oversight for The Avengers and the fate of Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier.
The Jungle Book dominated the box office with a $100+ opening and the second highest ever opening for the month of April