The sixth entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise is the first direct sequel of the series, picking up on the events of Rogue Nation as Ethan Hunt and the IMF team try and recover a trio of stolen plutonium orbs that will be used in a series of devastating attacks if not gotten back in time.
July 2018 closes out with possibly the best Mission: Impossible movie ever and an extremely well recieved jump of the Teen Titans Go! team to the big screen.
After a mission goes bad, one of IMF’s most dangerous foes escapes and threatens the world with stolen nuclear material while the CIA hunts down Ethan Hunt and his team for going against orders yet again in this summer’s Mission: Impossible: Fallout.
The IMF team is back and, once again, seemingly up against their own government and new villains as a mission goes bad in Berlin that results in a large amount of plutonium to go missing and Ethan on the wrong side of the CIA.
Agent Carter and Better Call Saul get release dates, the Prometheus sequel gets another new title and plot synopsis, The Soup is ending, an Expendable joins Doctor Strange and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Ethan Hunt and IMF are back facing The Syndicate, an evil organization that seems to be designed as an anti-IMF, in this summer’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.
A possible short list for Batman, a major addition to the Expendables 3 cast, 300: Rise of an Empire gets an R rating, Sharknado 2 gets a title and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Machete, Harrison Ford in Expendables 3, Possible Batmen, try to guess the title of the new Bourne movie, the most violent DC animated movie yet, the awesome atmosphere of Dark City and much more.
In this week’s News Shotgun, we learn that EA will be making all the Star Wars games moving forward, Tom Cruise is back for the fifth Mission Impossible, 300: Rise of the Empire is bumped from this Summer and much more.
Bryan Singer enters the gritty fairytale battle of 2012 with his take on Jack and the Beanstalk, starring X-Men: First Class’s Nicolas Hoult (Beast) as Jack.