America’s sweetheart Deadpool seems like your best bet this weekend as the critics loved Wade as much as we do.
15 years after the first movie, all star male models Derek Zoolander and Hansel are back and working with Interpol to figure out who is killing celebrities and why they are dying with Derek’s signature Blue Steel look on their face.
Smash Mouth’s “All Star” was everywhere in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, appearing prominiently in the movies Mystery Men, Shrek and Rat Race, as well as every 5 minutes on every radio station in the country.
The week before Christmas brings us three new movies including the epic conclusion of The Hobbit trilogy, the possible end of the Night at the Museum series and a new Annie.
Security guard Larry Daley (Ben Stiiler) and his historical friends must head to the British Museum to find The Pharoah (Ben Kingsley) and figure out why the magical tablet that gives life to the museum’s exhibits is losing it’s power.
None of the Christmas Day releases were able to unseat The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, which stayed at number one for the 3rd week in a row. In fact, most of the Christmas released bombed horribly with only Wolf of Wall Street doing moderately well.
Five new movies came out on Christmas Day this year and most of them seem to just be OK, according the critics.
While filming the most expensive war film in history, action movie star Tugg Speedman and his fellow actors have to go from fake soldiers to actual soldiers when the shoot goes horribly awry.
Normal guy Walter Mitty escapes his mundane life into epic daydreams in the upcoming movie directed and starring Ben Stiller, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Tons of casting new this week and the big announcement that there will be stand alone Star Wars movies featuring characters like Han Solo and Boba Fett in this week’s News Shotgun.