The Secret Life of Pets managed to hold off the new competition from Ghostbusters to stay on the top of the box office for the second weekend in a row while Finding Dory became the highest grossing animated film of all time.
After months of controversy, Ghostbusters finally arrives in theaters to pretty good reviews while Bryan Cranston stars in another drama based on true events in The Infiltrator.
Visiting his daughter at Stanford, overprotective father Ned (Bryan Cranston) is horrified to meet her boyfriend Laird, a ridiculous internet billionaire with no filter.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Westworld, Bryan Cranston as Zordon and predict the music for the Power Rangers teaser trailer, Jerry Lewis’ infamous Holocaust movie, what’s going on at Universal Studios, The Lost World, Central Intelligence and much more.
Bryan Cranston plays an undercover FBI agent trying to infiltrate the operation of Pablo Escobar in the 80’s in the upcoming “based on a true story” thriller, The Infiltrator.
An extremely mixed bag of movies to close out the first month of 2016 with the latest Kung Fu Panda movie, a rescue drama, a western and a Fifty Shades parody.
Bryan Cranston stars as legendary screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who was blacklisted in the 50’s by the House Un-American Activities Committee for being a suspected Communist.
Bryan Cranston is producing and starring in a new Crackle series from the Robot Chicken team, SuperMansion, where Cranston plays the crotchety superhero Titanium Rex, leader of the League of Freedom superhero team.
Jack Black returns as Po for the third entry in the Kung Fu Panda series, where Po finds he’s not the last panda in the world when he’s reunited with his father, Li (Bryan Cranston)
Don Draper may have been sacrificed to the King of the Monsters this weekend as Godzilla takes on Million Dollar Arm.