Phillip Pullman’s epic fantasy trilogy seems like it is finally getting the adaptation it deserves with HBO and the BBC teaming up for His Dark Materials, starring Dafne Keene, James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, and Lin-Manuel Miranda and arriving this fall.
Richard Adams’ surprisingly violent tale of a colony of rabbits searching for a new home gets a new adaptation on BBC One this Christmas, with an all-star cast including James McAvoy, John Boyega, Gemma Arterton, Peter Capaldi, Taron Egerton, Ben Kingsley and more.
Netflix is getting a live-action Cowboy Bebop and multiple Roald Dahl based series to their streaming service while canceling Daredevil, Hobbs and Shaw and the Kingsman prequel add cast members, Blade Runner is getting an anime series on Adult Swim and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Kit Harrington stars as his ancestor Robert Catesby, who was one of the driving forces behind 1605’s Gunpowder Plot in the upcoming HBO miniseries Gunpowder.
Season 4 of Sherlock finally arrives next year as Sherlock has to unravel the final masterplan set in motion by Moriarty or someone working for him.
Sherlock returns to the era of the original stories with a Victorian era mystery where Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Watson (Martin Freeman) try to figure out what is going on with a supposedly vengeful ghost.
Taking down the serial killers and murderers of London that John Luther has to deal with already makes him a bad ass but dealing with them without a gun puts him over the top.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Interstellar and it’s mixed bag of awesome visuals/terrible dramatic moments, Dumb and Dumber To, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Goosebumps, a double dose of Luther, convoluted Pirates of the Caribbean plots and much more.
DCI John Luther is back to stop two more vicious killers terrorizing London in the upcoming third season of Luther, with four episodes airing back to back this September on BBC America.
This week on the podcast, the guys discuss whether freezing or boiling in a small area is more thrilling, pay respects to Michael Clarke Duncan, horrible children’s movies, 90’s basketball, Troma movies and much more.